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1999 holiday online sales look merry: Jupiter

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Consumers are expected to spend $6 billion online during the 1999 holiday season, up from $3.1 billion spent during the same November/December period last year, according to Jupiter Communications. The research company predicts that of that $6 billion, $5 billion will be spent on products and $1 billion on travel services. Jupiter expects that 10 million online users will begin shopping in 1999, many of whom will make their first purchases during this holiday season.

Copyright September 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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