Amazon’s Annual Best of Prime Celebrates What Members Shopped For, Watched, Listened To, Read and Played in the Last Year
AMAZON’S BEST OF PRIME 2018: PRIME MEMBERS WORLDWIDE ORDERED TWO BILLION PRODUCTS WITH ONE-DAY DELIVERY OR FASTER
Amazon’s annual Best of Prime celebrates what members shopped for, watched, listened to, read and played in the last year
Most awarded show on Prime Video is The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and most binged shows are Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and Homecoming; most beloved comic-to-movie adaptation on Prime Reading is Black Panther, and most streamed artist on Prime Music is Justin Timberlake
Drumroll, please! Amazon announced the Best of Prime 2018, highlighting how Prime members around the world enjoyed their benefits throughout the last year. More new members worldwide already signed up for Prime in 2018 than ever before and, new this year, members in Australia can now experience Prime’s benefits – bringing the number of countries with Prime to 17. Prime members worldwide ordered more than two billion products with one-day delivery or faster in the last year, showcasing the breadth and value Prime members enjoy in delivery speeds.
Top honors in the U.S. went to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (most awarded show on Prime Video), Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan starring John Krasinski and Homecoming starring Julia Roberts (most binged shows on Prime Video), Justin Timberlake (most streamed artist on Prime Music), “Black Panther” (most enjoyed comic-to-movie adaptation on Prime Reading), Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (best-selling product overall), organic apples (most popular Prime member deal at Whole Foods Market) and video game Fortnite (most popular in-game loot from Twitch Prime).
Amazon’s Best of Prime 2018 can be found on Prime Insider at amazon.com/bestofprime.
“We love delivering smiles over the holidays, whether through fast, free shipping or deals on favorites like organic apples from Whole Foods Market, or award-winning entertainment like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” said Cem Sibay, Vice President, Amazon Prime. “Prime members worldwide ordered more than two billion products for one-day delivery or faster in the last year, which is pretty amazing.”