Black Friday, of the America’s favorite days of consumerism, has come and gone, but there seems like there are still hangovers for many. eBay Inc (NASDAQ:EBAY), one of those platforms that revealed some of its best-selling items is still hanging on, thus those who did not experience the Friday, November 25 online deals still have a chance not only for second hand refurbished goods but also for brand new kits.

eBay is one of the oldest and most familiar brands on the internet with a well-established system of returns. It causes no harm in checking what is still limited in stock given that the 2016 edition of Black Friday has officially gone down in the history books.

eBay had everything for everyone

A lot of eBay Black Friday deals and offers were worth consideration.  Millions of retailers and consumers alike turned their attention to the online shopping bonanza. For a very long time, Black Friday has been the go-to event for holiday-inspired discounts until Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), Best Buy Co Inc (NYSE:BBY) , Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT), and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE:WMT) set in, all who are hosting Cyber Monday sales.

However, Black Friday was not short of anything and so was the e-commerce giant, which had plenty of items to offer.  Of particular mention is a watch, which sold every three seconds on Black Friday. It was one of the most popular items on the digital auction that presented a classic look serving as a rather popular choice. eBay also reportedly had a favorable trend of its Pokémon item, which sold every four seconds, and a LEGO item sold every six seconds.

But the top selling categories of items were toys, fashion, and electronics

eBay did not only experience huge sale for its watch, but it also saw quite a bit of demand for tech deals. The likes of a laptop sold every nine seconds; an iPhone 7 was sold every 30 seconds, and a drone was sold every 18 seconds. Gaming also reigned supreme, and the kids can expect to see plenty of toys in this holiday season. Colognes and perfumes performed particularly well. Three of the top five selling items all had the same intention; making their wearers smell more desirable.

Meanwhile, eBay’s stock was trading at $28.95 witnessing an increase of $0.05 or 0.17%.

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