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Top 10 US E-Commerce Companies, 2020

Amazon comes first at United States citizen’s preferences when they want to make their online purchases. According to eMarketer data, Amazon’s retail e-commerce sales share for 2020 reached 38,7%, leaving far behind all the other competitors. Amazon is at the top of the list which includes the giants of e-commerce in the United States for 2020. The company announced that net sales 2019 increased 20% to 280.5 billion dollars, compared with 232.9 billion dollars in 2018. Excluding the 2.6 billion dollars unfavorable impact from year-over-year changes in foreign exchange rates throughout the year, net sales increased 22% compared with 2018.

In the second place comes Walmart. The company’s retail e-commerce sales share for 2020 reached 5,3%. eBay ranked third, according to eMarketer data with a total 4.7% online sales share for 2020. Apple and The Home Depot follow closely at 4th and 5th place of the list with total 3.7% and 1,7% online sales share for 2020 respectively.

The list also includes Wayfair, Best Buy, Target, Costco and Macy’s. Although these five companies have managed to gain a place at the list, their online sales share is very small comparing to the leader Amazon.

Here are the top 10 US companies, ranked by retail e-commerce sales share for 2020:

  1. Amazon 38,7%
  2. Walmart 5,3%
  3. eBay 4,7%
  4. Apple 3,7%
  5. The Home Depot 1,7%
  6. Wayfair 1,5%
  7. Best Buy 1,3%
  8. Target 1,2%
  9. Costco 1,2%
  10. Macy’s 1,1%

The rank represents the gross value of products or services sold (browser or app), regardless of the method of payment or fulfillment. Travel and events tickets are excluded.

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