1. Target's same-store sales up 17% over the holidays as it holds on to some of its pandemic gains  CNBC
  2. Target's holiday sales rose 17%, e-commerce sales more than doubled  CNBC Television
  3. Target Reports Holiday Sales Jumped on E-Commerce Boom  Bloomberg
  4. It's not even Valentine's Day and Target has already decided stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day 2021  USA TODAY
  5. Target’s pandemic holiday strategy pays off with strong sales  The Globe and Mail
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The eighth-largest retailer in the United States Target Corp said comparable sales in holiday period grew more than 17%, driven largely by a 4.3% increase in traffic and a 12.3% increase in average ticket.The eighth-largest retailer in the United States Target Corp said comparable sales in holiday period grew more than 17%, driven largely by a 4.3% increase in traffic and a 12.3% increase in average ticket.

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Target will keep its stores closed again for Thanksgiving 2021. The majority of retailers stayed closed in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.Target will keep its stores closed again for Thanksgiving 2021. The majority of retailers stayed closed in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Thanksgiving store closings: Target closed on holiday for second year

Comparable sales — including a 4% increase in same-store sales and a doubling of online sales— jumped during the busy November and December months.Comparable sales — including a 4% increase in same-store sales and a doubling of online sales— jumped during the busy November and December months.

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The Minneapolis company reported Wednesday that its online sales surged 102 percent for the November and December period. Sales at its stores opened for a least a year rose 4.2 percent. Customer traffic rose 4.3 percent and average amount of sales per customer rose 12.3 percent.The Minneapolis company reported Wednesday that its online sales surged 102 percent for the November and December period. Sales at its stores opened for a least a year rose 4.2 percent. Customer traffic rose 4.3 percent and average amount of sales per customer rose 12.3 percent.

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