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The UK’s top 50 retailers revealed

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The rankings are based on website visitors, and only transactional websites were included, so price comparison websites have been excluded from the list.

Top 50 UK retailers list

There are countless famous UK retailers that have been mainstays of our high streets for years, and also seen huge online growth in recent years.

Most notable, is that holiday websites are well represented in the rankings, after the travel sector recorded its strongest July performance since 2010.

Mike Read, Managing Director of comScore UK said: “For retailers, online is an increasingly important channel throughout the entire customer experience – from building awareness to purchase and every step in between. Retailers that understand how their consumers are engaging with both their brand and their competitors’ brands online are well positioned to leverage the full potential of the digital channel.”

Here is the full list of top UK retailers (in order):

  1. Amazon UK
  2. Argos
  3. Apple
  4. Tesco
  5. Asda
  6. Next
  7. Marks & Spencer
  8. Asos
  9. Netflix
  10. National Rail
  11. John Lewis
  12. Trainline.com
  13. AVG
  14. B&Q
  15. Debenhams
  16. Thomson
  17. Expedia
  18. EasyJet.com
  19. Boots
  20. Sports Direct
  21. Currys
  22. Ryanair
  23. Thomas Cook
  24. O2
  25. Ticketmaster UK
  26. New Look
  27. Very
  28. LastMinute.com
  29. IKEA
  30. Sainsbury’s
  31. Homebase
  32. Travel Republic
  33. River Island
  34. Premier Inn
  35. On the Beach
  36. British Airways
  37. Screwfix
  38. House of Fraser
  39. Hewlett Packard
  40. Halfords
  41. eDreams
  42. Littlewoods
  43. PC World
  44. Wickes
  45. Travelodge
  46. JD Sports
  47. Mataln
  48. Boohoo
  49. Cineworld
  50. National Express

By Shané Schutte

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