Home NEWS America

Millennials embrace Black Friday and Christmas e-commerce spending more than ever, says TrueFacet


Millennials are expected to make the most of e-commerce throughout the upcoming shopping season more than ever, according to the leading US digital marketplace for luxury watches.

It is anticipating that more young customers than in previous years will choose online shopping versus fighting crowds in brick and mortar stores.

This year, TrueFacet is hoping that, based on the site’s record growth trajectory since its founding in 2014, it is set to break all fourth quarter records with Black Friday, Cyber Monday and a dedicated Cartier and Rolex sale.


The watch and jewelry e-commerce site is also offering deals on Patek Philippe, FENDI watches and Bulgari pieces as part of this season’s deals.

TrueFacet says it has addressed the millennial’s demands in a data-driven tech world and ensures that all the relevant information is available online for a generation which likes to extensively research before making a purchase.

TrueFacet believes it is this research for a rare item that leads a lot of millennials into the pre-owned watch market in search of hard-to-find-products.

Additionally, at a time when demand for luxury products from Rolex, Patek Philippe, and other luxury watchmakers is at an all-time high, TrueFacet says it stands to benefit from these new product shortages as customers are willing than ever to embrace authenticated, refurbished luxury goods from TrueFacet.

Previous articleVintage Rolex with moonphase set to smash $1m barrier at Christie’s upcoming New York auction
Next articleLand Rover & Zenith produce a Defy Classic collection launching alongside the 2019 Range Rover Evoque


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here