Singles Day 2017: Nicole Kidman launches Alibabas sales

Falling on the 11th November, Singles’ Day has fast become the biggest shopping day in the world. Last year, a record-breaking $17.8 billion of sales were made …

Singles Day shopping spree smashes record in China - YouTube

This makes Singles Day 2017 an excellent opportunity to upgrade your home theatre or buy that gadget you’ve had your eye on and save some money at the same time! I’ve pulled together the various Singles Day 2017 sales for the largest online retailers for you to browse so you can find the best deals possible.

Official Singles Chart Top 100 | Official Charts Company

Alibaba says this years sales amounted to $25.3bn (£19bn), $7.5bn more than in 2016. Only half way into this years Singles Day, sales had already surpassed last years total.

Singles Day - Wikipedia

Getting Ready for the Deals on Singles Day 2018 Singles Day may be relatively new to the UK, but it has been a popular sales event across Asia since 2009. In the UK, massive online retailers like AliExpress and Amazon are joined by many other stores including ASOS, New Look and GearBest, to deliver a diverse range of deals.

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Official Singles Chart Top 100 19 April 2019 - 25 April 2019 The Official UK Top 40 chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on

What is Singles Day and how will it look in 2017? - EDITED

Shoppers have spent more than $25bn (168.2bn yuan) during China’s annual Singles Day, smashing previous records for the world’s largest retail event.

What the worlds largest shopping day says about China

On 11 th November 2017, SinglesDay – the world’s biggest shopping day – smashed retail records once again. This year, the annual event became four times bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday with shoppers spending more than $25bn during the course of the day.

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