That number represents a 32 percent increase over the same time the previous year, ADI said.
The number of online spending during the two-month holiday shopping period was, for the first time, over $1 billion every day, according to ADI, which shows that the predominant mode of spending over the past year because of the pandemic is likely here to stay.
ADI also noted that Cyber Monday sales went past $10 billion, which made the average spend around $3 billion per day.
Contactless shopping was also prevalent, ADI said, as customers would buy goods online and pick them up in the store. That method yielded an increase from 15 percent to 25 percent in