|December 3, 2014|
|Groupon Set Record-Breaking Deals Over Holiday Weekend|
|By Chris Crum|
Groupon announced that it experienced a record-breaking holiday weekend for deal sales in North America. The company says it had the most successful four days ever in its six-year history.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday specifically were the two biggest days in Groupon's North American history. For the full Black Friday through Cyber Monday weekend, Groupon's North American sales were up over 25% compared to last year.
"We just had our best days ever as a company as more and more shoppers are coming to Groupon via our popular mobile app to score big savings on a wide selection of amazing gifts," said Groupon CEO Eric Lefkofsky. "With nearly double the number of deals compared to last year, we're making it easier [...]
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