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July 17, 2015

Top selling items per country on Amazon Prime Day

by John_A

Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day has since passed and while many consumers felt disappointed with the deals it was amazing for Amazon. They sold 34.4 million items which is 398 per second! As well as 18% growth compared to Black Friday 2014. That is truly astonishing figures and no wonder why Amazon said they are excited to host it again next year.

“Prime Day was a record-breaker globally – it surpassed all of our expectations,” said Alexandre Gagnon, Country Manager for “This week has been the busiest ever for Prime signups and we saw more members shopping on on Prime Day than on Black Friday or Cyber Monday. We can’t wait to do it again next year.”

Here are the top sold items on Prime Day per country:

  • Canada: Huggies Diapers

  • US: Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy

  • UK: Lenovo FLEX 10 10.1-inch Multimode Touchscreen Notebook

  • Spain: SSD Drive

  • Japan: Green Smoothie mix

  • Italy: Logitech Keyboard

  • Germany: Croc Sandals

  • France: Monopoly Boardgame

  • Austria: Croc Sandals

A few other insane facts about Prime Day are they sold 51,000 Bose headphones, compared to only eight the previous Wednesday. A total of 56,000 Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy boxsets. Even 10,000 Meguiar’s X2020 Supreme Shine Microfiber Towels, compared to 244 on the same day last week.

Did you buy anything on Prime Day? Tell us in the comments.

Source: iphoneincanada, Telegraph

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