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- Prime Day 2019 was the largest shopping event in Amazon history, with sales surpassing those of the previous Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
- This year, Prime members in 18 countries around the world shopped Amazon’s deals — double the number from the first Prime Day in 2015.
- If you’re curious about what people bought around the world this year, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading for the best-selling Prime Day deals from all over the globe.
Prime Day 2019 took place on July 15-16 for a full 48 hours.
We spent the days sifting through the hundreds of thousands of deals to find the best ones to share with you, our readers. While the event may be over, you can still snag some residual deals over the next few days.
Whether you got all you need this Prime Day or didn’t shop at all, it’s fun to look back on the event and see which products, out of the millions sold, stood out. Prime Day deals were shopped in 18 countries around the world, by shoppers with all different needs and desires. We’re sharing the best-selling Prime Day purchases from 18 different countries.
Keep reading to find what deals Prime shoppers from Mexico, Japan, Australia and more loved most:
For reference, some deals we were unable to access and share with you from the Amazon US Site. You’ll see those noted with "n/a" and we’ve provided alternatives if you’d like similar products. Additionally, some products are listed in different currencies, to reflect their real price on their original Amazon site.
United States: LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
LifeStraws are portable, personal water filters that make non-potable water drinkable. This year, American Prime members rushed to stock up on LifeStraws, which were on sale for just under $10. In total, more than 200,000 LifeStraws were purchased over the course of the sales event — the demand was so high that the filters sold out frequently over the course of Prime Day.
- Instant Pot DUO60, $99.95 (This model actually sold out on Prime Day, but you can still choose from the many other Instant Pot models available)
- 23andMe Health + Ancestry Kits, $199
United Kingdom: Sony PlayStation Classic Console
Shoppers in the United Kingdom got nostalgic this Prime Day, jumping at a deal to snag the PlayStation Classic — a miniature version of the original PlayStation launched in 1994 — for about $20. Pre-loaded with 20 games from the original console, and complete with two classic controllers, this set is a steal and sure to provide hours of old-fashioned fun.
Singapore: Meiji Fresh Milk
July 15 and 16 brought Singaporeans great deals on some of their favorite beverages. The best-seller was Meiji fresh milk, which you actually can’t find on Amazon in the US, but you can find plenty of other yummy Meiji sweets as well as milk from a variety of brands.
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