Apple Stores Make 17 Times More Than Most Other Retailers

Apple Stores Make 17 Times More Than Most Other Retailers

In case there was any doubt, Apple's retail stores are killing it. It's not just the company as a whole that's thriving, or any one of its coveted products in a vacuum— the actual retail outlets themselves are driving industry-shattering numbers.

According to recent data from the researchers at RetailSails, well known American retailers like Urban Outfitters, Best Buy and Whole Foods brought in between $500 and $900 of sales per square foot in the previous four quarters. Legacy jewelry seller Tiffany & Co. was unsurprisingly well ahead of that pack at about $3,000 per square foot. But Apple? They doubled Tiffany's numbers, topping the list by a wide margin with $6,000 in sales per square foot.

From a retailer's perspective, Apple products are literally worth more than jewels.

[via Business Insider]

Tags: apple, best-buy, urban-outfitters, whole-foods, tiffany-and-co
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