With all the spending that happened earlier this week, now we’re all kind of wondering, “What did people buy on Amazon Prime Day?” Well Amazon answered that question—with some pretty neat details.

Oh, and if you thought Black Friday is the biggest sale day of the year, forget about it. With over 100 million products purchased, this year’s Prime Day put Black Friday, Cyber Monday and even last year’s Prime Day to shame. So which of the 100 million products were the most popular? We’ve got the scoop for you!


Instant Pot

The 6-Quart 7-in-1 Multi Use Instant Pot was a top seller in the United States. Yep, you've heard the hype—and it's all true. This multi-functional kitchen item is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer/warmer and can be used to saut´e or brown. 

23 and Me DNA Test

So you say you're not entirely sure where you come from? Well 23andMe DNA Tests help you find out exactly what your ancestry really is. Customers enjoyed deep, deep discounts on Prime Day—picking up plenty of these at-home test kits. 

LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

LifeStraw is a personal (one person) water filtration system that is ideal for hiking, camping, backpacking or doing anything where fresh water isn't always available. This handy gadget removes over 99.9 percent of waterborne bacteria and parasites, making it safer to drink. 

Toshiba 4K Ultra HD Fire TV Edition

The Toshiba 4K Ultra HD Fire TV Edition (both 50-inch and 43-inch models) are now the best-selling TV deals ever for Amazon. Shoppers got early access to this deal and clearly they took advantage of it. If you weren't one of the lucky customers who scored this Prime Day discount, you can still order this snazzy smart TV at Amazon's regular price. 

Organic Strawberries

The Prime Day discounts extended into the real-world, with Whole Foods Market saving Prime members big with in-store deals too. So what were shoppers buying at Whole Foods on Prime Day? It looks like organic strawberries were a big winner!

Play-Doh Shape and Learn Shape a Story

U.S. shoppers weren't the only ones spending money on Prime Day. Customers in Singapore got the same super-deals, buying up everything from loads of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar to this Play-Doh Shape and Learn Shape a Story set. 

Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones

The Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones were a popular pick for our Canadian friends. It seems like our neighbors to the north really enjoy the noise-cancelling power of these headphones...maybe we're being too loud?

Presto! Ultra-Soft Toilet Paper

Amazon brands were also popular picks on this major sale day. Amazon's Presto! Ultra-Soft Toilet Paper was a top seller in the everyday essentials type of category. After all, why not pick up something you need everyday—especially when you can save big? 

—Erica Loop

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