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The Holiday Season Breaks Records Again and Again

The crashing you hear is good news for online retailers.

First, the one-day record for US online retail sales was set on Cyber Monday 2006, November 27, when sales reached $608 million.

According to comScore Networks, a mere one week later, on Monday, December 4, a new single-day spending record was established as consumers spent $647 million online — $39 million more than the total spent on Cyber Monday.

But, as the old come-on says, "You ain't seen nothin' yet!" On Monday, December 11, consumers spent $661 million, breaking the record for a third time this year.

And only two days later, on Wednesday, December 13, the record was broken again, with $667 million spent online in a single day.

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