Target offers full week of cyber sales to shoppers shunning in-store purchases during coronavirusNovember 27, 2020
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One day for cyber deals? Target says it's offering seven.
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The big-box retailer's move will help it capitalize on the increasing number of shoppers who have relied on the retailer's online services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The company's Cyber Week will kick off Nov. 29 and run through Dec. 5, including discounts in categories from electronics to toys, home décor, apparel and everyday essentials.
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While closings intended to curb the spread of the deadly COVID-19 have forced many retail behemoths into bankruptcy, those with highly developed online operations have fared better.
Last week, Minneapolis-based Target disclosed that its online sales surged 155% in the three months through Oct. 31 as consumers relied heavily on their computers and smartphones to nab holiday gifts.
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A few months earlier, Target reported the largest quarterly revenue growth, including an online sales spike, in its 58-year-history. Online sales nearly tripled during the three-month period ended Aug 1, while same-store sales spiked 10.9%.
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