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Shopify’s Black Friday Data Shows 97% Increase in POS Sales Across Canada

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Shopify has just released its annual Black Friday weekend sales data, revealing positive YoY sales trends compared to 2020. As of this morning, 25% of Canadian sales are cross-border, with Apparel & Accessories, Home & Garden, and Health & Beauty being the most popular product categories.

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According to Shopify’s latest data, Canadians are not only buying from domestic favourites but also from brands based in the U.S., U.K., and Australia. Moreover, there is a 97% increase in point of sale (POS) sales made by Shopify merchants since last year as lockdown measures have eased significantly.

This year also saw $148.41 CAD as the average cart price in Canada, up from 132.73 CAD over 2020, with Toronto, Calgary, and Montréal being the top-selling cities in the country.

Below are some highlights from Shopify merchants in Canada:

  • 12:00 PM EST: peak sales hour on Black Friday
  • Top Selling Cities: Toronto, Calgary, Montréal
  • $148.41 CAD: average cart price
  • Apparel & Accessories: top product category
  • 25%: percentage of cross-border orders
  • Top Cities (Curbside Pickup): Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver
  • Top Cities (Local Delivery): Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa
  • 97%: increase in POS sales made by Shopify merchants since last year

Based on Shopify’s global data, London (UK), New York (USA), and Los Angeles (USA) were the top-selling cities in the world during Black Friday weekend.

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