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UNVEILED: Australia’s 100 most-loved online retailers of 2019

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Woolies tops the list of Australia’s most popular online retailer, according to a new ranking by e-commerce resource site Power Retail.

The ranking, which revealed the top 100 online shopping websites Aussies love most found the two supermarket giants topped the list, with Woolies beating Coles by a few points.

They were followed by deals website Catch and online clothing retailers ASOS and The Iconic taking fourth and fifth place.

However several brick-and-mortar stores featured in the top ten, such as Kmart, JB Hi-Fi, Myer and Target.

The ranking assessed the online retailers based on a number of metrics such as search capabilities, time spent on site, accessibility, delivery options, payment options, and more.

Aussies spent $21.3 billion in online shopping in 2018, up 18.7 per cent from the year before, according to research by Australia Post.

These are the 100 online shopping destinations Aussies love most:

  1. Woolworths
  2. Coles
  3. Catch
  4. ASOS
  5. The Iconic
  6. GraysOnline
  7. Kmart
  8. JB Hi-Fi
  9. Myer
  10. Target
  11. Kogan
  12. Officeworks
  13. Vistaprint
  14. Big W
  15. Amazon Australia
  16. IKEA
  17. Ozsale
  18. Cotton On
  19. The Good Guys
  20. Microsoft
  21. Chemist Warehouse
  22. Supercheap Auto
  23. Rebel
  24. Harvey Norman
  25. City Beach
  26. Spotlight
  27. Dan Murphy’s
  28. Marks & Spencer
  29. Beserk
  30. Mecca
  31. EB Games
  32. Jeanswest
  33. Nourished Life
  34. Bunnings Warehouse
  35. SurfStitch
  36. HP
  37. Best & Less
  38. BCF
  39. Birdsnest
  40. Priceline
  41. Naked Wines
  42. Fantastic Furniture
  43. Bonds
  44. Forever New
  45. Adore Beauty
  46. Anaconda
  47. Sephora
  48. Booktopia
  49. Showpo
  50. David Jones
  51. Adidas
  52. Sportscraft
  53. Harris Scarfe
  54. Strandbags
  55. Blue Thumb
  56. Kathmandu
  57. Appliances online
  58. Mwave
  59. PC Case Gear
  60. Platypus Shoes
  61. Pet Circle
  62. Temple and Webster
  63. Country Road
  64. Witchery
  65. Sydney Tools
  66. St. Frock
  67. Pet Barn
  68. Mountain Bikes Direct
  69. Beacon Lighting
  70. Sportsgirl
  71. Autobarn
  72. Fishpond
  73. Hard to Find
  74. Pushys
  75. Tent World
  76. 99 Bikes
  77. Kikki K
  78. The Body Shop
  79. Connor
  80. Kitchen Warehouse
  81. BrandHouse Direct
  82. Style Tread
  83. Michael Hill
  84. Nike
  85. MyDeal
  86. Oroton
  87. Ishka
  88. Wittner
  89. Total Tools
  90. My Pet Warehouse
  91. BNKR
  92. Shaver Shop
  93. Under Armour
  94. First Choice Liquor
  95. Freedom
  96. General Pants
  97. House
  98. Glue store
  99. Peter Alexander
  100. Seed

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