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Cyber Monday is turned into the second Black Friday but it's all based on online sales expects some 120 plus million Americans to log on and go shopping.
I like the online thing because lot of companies offer.
You know same products free shipping you know -- -- waiting lines in the hustle and bustle.
It saves time.
You know lines.
I'm just don't -- -- -- Many shoppers still enjoy the in store shopping experience to.
I did happen but online -- and then have a bit in -- -- -- the kind of like that.
Ambiance of being -- -- with the people who live -- -- lights and all of that sort of thing.
Shopping on mobile devices such as iphones and ipads made up to 10% of cyber sales over the Thanksgiving weekend.
We're different Sunday I probably would use -- -- -- it's a little mini computer.
Online sales were way up on Black Friday this -- expected to top 2010 billion dollars Cyber Monday.
2010 it was 30% bigger than 2009.
And this year expectation will be you know 20% at least -- them Black Friday.
The most part people are in a better position and they -- -- three -- four years -- they paid down -- to put money into savings.
And that means they're a little bit comfortable shopping even a little more than a year.
Online purchases make up about eight to 10% of holiday retail sales but that number is growing every year.
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