In short: The 2022 Prime Day edition has made history and Amazon is very pleased with the results. The e-commerce giant said this year’s two-day savings event was the largest ever. Customers from all over the world collectively purchased over 300 million items, averaging over 100,000 purchases per minute during the sale.

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In 2021 Amazon said over 250 million items were sold during Prime Day.

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According to research firm Numerator, the average order size for Prime Day 2022 was $52.26, up from $44.75 a year earlier. In addition, nearly two-thirds (62 percent) of households placed at least two separate orders during the sale.

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The numerator said the top five items sold were Fire TV sticks, Echo Dot 4th Gens, Blink cameras and doorbells, Amazon gift card reloads, and Ring Video doorbells, in that order. This reflects Amazon’s official report, which notes that Fire TV, Echo, and Blink devices are among the best-selling items in the world.

Prime Day officially ended yesterday, but a few deals are still pending. Apple Watch SE 40mm costs $219 after 22 percent off and the Roku Streaming Stick 4K 2021 costs only $29 after a 42% price cut. Acer Aspire 5 still 15% off its regular price, yours is $549.99 and the Intel Core i3-10100F is just $68.99 after an instant savings of 13 percent.