The Apple Stores are the envy of every other retailer on the planet. From their wonderful aesthetic to the constant stream of customers, they’re all but universally a success. So, just how much better do Apple Stores do than the competition? According to a new study, they bring in twice as much in sales per square foot as anyone else on the market.
According to RetailSales, Apple has topped their list of chain store productivity, pulling in a whopping $6,050 in sales per square foot of store. The closest second place? Tiffany, at $3,017.
It looks like these numbers were generated simply by taking the brick-and-mortar sales numbers from the companies, and splitting it among the square footage of store space they use.
Apple is the only tech company to break the top ten, a section otherwise dominated by luxury and clothing products. Interestingly, if you look at more of the report, there are plenty of other chains that sell more than Apple on a per store basis, they just tend to be physically much, much larger.