Walmart saw online sales increase 79 percent in Q3 as consumers modify shopping behavior

Walmart’s business continues to be impacted by the ongoing global health crisis, and not exactly in a bad way.

Total revenue for the three months ending October 31, 2020, reached $134.7 billion, an increase of 5.2 percent compared to the same period a year earlier. Even more impressive is the fact that eCommerce sales in the US were up a whopping 79 percent during the quarter.

The high mark serves as further indication of how consumers are modifying their behavior during the pandemic, increasingly electing to limit their exposure to others by shopping online and having groceries delivered to their homes or ready for curbside pickup at their local store.

Heading into the holidays, there’s no indication that online shopping is going to slow down in the final few months of 2020.