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America’s Top 25 E-commerce Retailers By Sales

Dominated by Jeff Bezos’s online behemoth, of the total $201 billion in retail E-commerce sales in the United States, the following top 20 companies currently accounts for $159 billion of US retail sales overall, with Amazon, Walmart, Apple, Macy’s, and the Home Depot taking the top five spots. The data are based on a sampling of roughly 180 US retail companies

It’s worth noting that Amazon’s e-commerce sales are $79.3 billion while Walmart has $13.5 billion, and Apple totals $12 billion, according to eMarketer. Analysts expect e-commerce sales in the United States to continue growing by 10 to 12 percent year-over-year.

These are the 25 American E-commerce retailers (ranked by annual sales)

Company: E-commerce Sales (in U.S.
E-commerce Share of Total Sales:
1. Amazon.com $79,268 74.1%
2. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. $13,484 2.8%
3. Apple $12,000 5.1%
4. Macy’s $4,829 17.5%
5. The Home Depot $4,267 5.0%
6. Best Buy $3,780 9.4%
7. QVC $3,722 42.7%
8. Costco Wholesale $3,618 3.1%
9. Nordstrom $2,699 18.9%
10. Target $2,524 3.4%
11. Gap Inc. $2,519 15.6%
12. Williams-Sonoma $2,501 50.7%
13. Staples $2,384 11.1%
14. Kohl’s $2,367 12.4%
15. Sears Holdings $2,057 7.9%
16. Wayfair $1,919 100.0%
17. Walgreens $1,883 1.7%
18. L Brands $1,816 15.4%
19. HSN $1,810 49.2%
20. Groupon $1,747 56.0%
21. Overstock.com $1,648 100.0%
22. Lowe’s $1,636 2.8%
23. Victoria’s Secret (L Brands) $1,485 19.9%
24. Nike $1,410 4.5%
25. Neiman Marcus $1,389 27.4%
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