By  on November 29, 2019

With Cyber Monday sales expected to increase 19.1 percent to $9.4 billion, the first $9 billion day in e-commerce revenue, according to Adobe Analytics, the shopping holiday will easily surpass Black Friday’s take of $7.5 billion, a 20.5 percent gain over the same 2018 day. The tech firm is forecasting $143.8 billion will be spent online during the entire holiday season, 14.1 percent growth over last year.

With digital giant Amazon in its sights, Walmart Inc. has assembled a raft of exclusive products, including a heavy push in electronics, while Target Corp. for the first time, is offering online doorbusters on Sunday, Dec. 1 and Dec. 2, with new digital offers daily though Green Monday on Dec. 9.

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