Amazon Prime Day 2018 results in 100 million products sold
And you know finally Amazon's 36 hour Prime Day is finally over.
They were projected to make $3.4 billion from-
From the day and a half sales.
One estimate was that it was going to be $3.4 billion in sales, which is staggering considering that it's in the middle of July well away from From the holiday shopping season.
So how did they do?
You have three seconds, by the way.
They hit all their numbers as expected.
This is the third year where they hit a record and more people joined Prime than any day in previous history.
The company is growing so quickly, though, that a lot of these stats are probably gonna get lapped Eventually, or pretty soon, probably in the holiday shopping season anyway.
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