The Best-Selling Christmas Albums

December 19th, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

from Felix Richter,
by Niall McCarthy

When it comes to America's best selling Christmas albums, Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Kenny G. comes first on the list with "Miracles: The Holiday Album".

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Since its release in 1994, this album has sold an impressive 7.3 million copies, according to Billboard magazine. Josh Groban's "Noel" is in second position with 5.7 million units sold while "Merry Christmas" by Mariah Carey comes in third, with 5.4 million. Mannheim Steamroller has a strong presence in the list, boasting the fifth, sixth and seventh best-selling Christmas albums. Altogether, these three albums sold just under 11 million units by the end of 2013.

This chart shows the top 10 Christmas albums by units sold in the United States since 1991.

Infographic: The Best-Selling Christmas Albums | Statista
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