Monthly unique visitors to U.S. retail websites 2017

Most popular retail websites in the United States as of December 2017, ranked by visitors (in millions)

Monthly unique visitors to U.S. retail websites 2017 This statistic contains data on the average monthly number of visitors to online retail sites in the United States. As of December 2017, 197 million users visited Amazon's websites per month. Second-ranked Wal-Mart had 127 million unique visitors during the same period.
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Online retail in the United States is a multi-billion dollar sector of business-to-consumer transactions where goods are sold via the internet. There are different online retail website categories: some retailer websites are based on brick-and-mortar stores whereas others are designated online retailing companies. There are also auction sites such as eBay which allow third party or private sellers to market their goods.
Most online retail sites require an on-site registration where users provide their payment and shipping details. Online retail sites enable customers to browse a range of products before placing them into an electronic shopping cart. Customers can usually select one of several digital payment options before completing the transaction and having the items shipped to them. Online retail sites are not bound to a physical location or regulations such as store opening times, and as such, have proven themselves immensely convenient for consumers. Brick-and-mortar retailers have been profiting from this, as many have started offering click-and-collect services where customers purchase a product online at any time and then pick it up in store. Some of the most popular e-commerce categories of consumers in the United States include apparel & accessions, computers & consumer electronics, and auto & parts.
In the United States, Amazon.com is the by far most popular online retail site. The market leader averages more than 183 million unique visitors per month and is also leading in terms of revenue and reach. The site’s broad assortment of goods as well as various value-added services such as Amazon Prime or third-party selling make go-to platform for many online shoppers.
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Most popular retail websites in the United States as of December 2017, ranked by visitors (in millions)

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Unique monthly visitors in millions
Amazon Sites197
Walmart127
eBay113
Target83
Apple Sites64
Kohl's59
Best Buy52
Macy's50
Etsy47
The Home Depot39
Unique monthly visitors in millions
Amazon Sites197
Walmart127
eBay113
Target83
Apple Sites64
Kohl's59
Best Buy52
Macy's50
Etsy47
The Home Depot39
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This statistic contains data on the average monthly number of visitors to online retail sites in the United States. As of December 2017, 197 million users visited Amazon's websites per month. Second-ranked Wal-Mart had 127 million unique visitors during the same period.
Online Retail

Online retail in the United States is a multi-billion dollar sector of business-to-consumer transactions where goods are sold via the internet. There are different online retail website categories: some retailer websites are based on brick-and-mortar stores whereas others are designated online retailing companies. There are also auction sites such as eBay which allow third party or private sellers to market their goods.
Most online retail sites require an on-site registration where users provide their payment and shipping details. Online retail sites enable customers to browse a range of products before placing them into an electronic shopping cart. Customers can usually select one of several digital payment options before completing the transaction and having the items shipped to them. Online retail sites are not bound to a physical location or regulations such as store opening times, and as such, have proven themselves immensely convenient for consumers. Brick-and-mortar retailers have been profiting from this, as many have started offering click-and-collect services where customers purchase a product online at any time and then pick it up in store. Some of the most popular e-commerce categories of consumers in the United States include apparel & accessions, computers & consumer electronics, and auto & parts.
In the United States, Amazon.com is the by far most popular online retail site. The market leader averages more than 183 million unique visitors per month and is also leading in terms of revenue and reach. The site’s broad assortment of goods as well as various value-added services such as Amazon Prime or third-party selling make go-to platform for many online shoppers.
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March 2018
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United States
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December 2017
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