BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - It's officially Cyber Monday which means a lot of people are doing their Christmas shopping.
Americans spent more than $3 billion online for "Small Business Saturday."
Cyber Monday is expected to pull in more than $9 billion that makes up roughly 77% of consumers.
Black Friday already pulled in a record $7.4 billion.
USA Today reports the must-have items on people’s shopping lists are electronics, appliances, and clothing.
Big retailers are not only offering Cyber Monday but also Cyber Week.
Americans spent more money shopping on Black Friday this year than ever before, that’s according to USA Today.
To give you a perspective on how much online shopping is becoming a trend online shopping pulled in more than $7 billion this past Friday that’s data from a cloud-based software company, SalesForce.
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