The discounter said the new markets include Canada, the U.K. and the members of the European Union. The site locates users and displays pricing in their local currency, automatically adjusted to daily exchange rate fluctuations.
Overstock.com said on Aug. 27, the day of its "soft launch," the site recorded orders from 17 different countries. Traffic has increased since, without marketing.
"With the weakness of the dollar the time has never been better for international customers to purchase American goods, creating a great opportunity for us," said Patrick Byrne, Overstock.com chairman and chief executive."