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Digital Travel Sales in Brazil to Top $13 Billion

Sales increases will slow through 2018

February 27, 2015 | Retail & Ecommerce | Travel

Digital sales of travel products and services will rise 14.0% in Brazil this year, eMarketer estimates, after a year of stronger-than-average 34.2% growth in 2014, boosted by the FIFA World Cup. This year, we expect spending on digital travel sales to reach $13.08 billion in the country.

Digital Travel Sales in Brazil, 2013-2018 (billions and % change)

Growth will continue to slow throughout the rest of our forecast period, dropping to single digits in 2018, when sales will reach $17.72 billion.

Brazil will account for just 2.6% of digital travel sales worldwide this year, but that’s a substantial amount for a Latin American country. Mexico, which is second in the region, will account for 2.3% of global sales, while Argentina will contribute just 0.4% of the total.

This share puts Brazil sixth (tied with India) among countries worldwide for digital travel sales share. Only the US and China boast double-digit shares of the global digital travel market.

In terms of digital travel sales growth, Brazil is also expected to come in sixth place this year, after Argentina, Mexico, Indonesia, India and China.

According to May 2014 data from comScore Device Essentials, 12% of traffic to travel sites in Brazil came from mobile devices that month. That was double the 6% rate the previous May.

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