You possibly purchased something on Amazon during holiday season; the online giant had plenty of appealing Cyber Monday and Black Friday offers all over toys, technology, and home products. So a number of users took benefit of the savings this holiday season that, in terms of the amount of products traded, the firm had its “single largest shopping day.” Black Friday was a huge success as well. The firm surpassed its own record of sales for the holiday. Amazon claims that it traded “millions” of goods between Cyber Monday and Thanksgiving, and while that is a vague figure, it is surely impressive.
Amazon claims that the best-selling segments all over the world for the timeframe comprise home, toys, health, fashion, and personal care. In the US, the best selling products on Black Friday comprised Amazon’s own Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot with Alexa Voice Remote, Keurig K-Cafe Coffee Maker, Play-Doh Sweet Shoppe Cookie Creations, and LEGO City Ambulance Helicopter Kit.
Amazon surpassing its own records is not a surprise—something along these lines takes place almost every Black Friday, Prime Day, or Cyber Monday. But this volume of sales is what has kept the firm in the leading position for so many years.
On a related note, Amazon earlier claimed that Prime Day 2019 will be a “2-day parade of over a million offers.” The action began earlier in July and new offers were dropped as frequently as every 5 Minutes for full 2 Days. In addition to this, Amazon also launched a preview of what will come.
Echo users had a benefit. Alexa in July started offering early access to specific offers when users asked the Echo, “Alexa, what are my offers?” Alexa highlighted the leading offers everyday, which helped users jump on discounts as they arrived.