TechRadars main article The future is here.
Online shopping is getting much more affordable.
The average online shopping purchase is $6.75, according to data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, a data and analytics firm.
And the percentage of Americans shopping online has increased from 17% in 2016 to 22% in 2018, according the research firm.
That means online shopping is now worth more than paying for a physical item.
The internet has made it possible for consumers to shop online, too.
The price of online products is also dropping, according a survey from e-commerce site ShopRunner.com that asked respondents to rate the online prices of items they have purchased, as of January 10.
That’s a sharp reversal from 2016, when consumers paid more for online products.
Online shoppers are spending more online, even if it means getting a smaller return rate, according Google Trends data.
The survey found that in 2017, the average return on a product was 12.5%, compared to an average return of 7.9% in 2015.
In 2018, that gap narrowed to 7.3%.
This shift is a big reason why Amazon’s Prime Day has gotten so popular.
On Tuesday, Prime Day is the day people can get a free Amazon gift card worth up to $200 worth of products.
That same day, the website will offer free shipping on up to six items.
Amazon Prime Day comes after the company’s Prime Now, a shopping experience that allows customers to shop on their phones, tablets and computers, as well as other devices.
The app, which Amazon started selling in 2014, is still in beta and has not reached 100 million monthly active users, according data from research firm ComScore.
That may not sound like a lot, but Prime Day will help Amazon close that gap.
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