More shoppers bought on Amazon Prime Day 2018 than last year. Plus, 37% of shoppers say they shopped at non-Amazon e-retailers during Prime Day, and of those shoppers, more than half purchased from a non-Amazon retailer, according to a new survey.

More shoppers bought on Amazon Prime Day this year compared with last year, with 28% of consumers saying they made a purchase this year, up from 25% last year, according to an Internet Retailer exclusive survey with Toluna of 1,006 consumers conducted online July 18-19.

Plus, 42% of those Amazon Prime Day shoppers spent more than they did last year. Of the 281 consumers that purchased on Amazon for Prime Day 2018, more than 41% of them spent more than $100. Electronics and apparel were the most popular product categories for purchases.

Even though Prime Day is Amazon’s sales event, 37% of consumer browsed on e-commerce sites other than Amazon.com during Prime Day, and 51% of those shoppers bought on another retailer’s website.

Here’s a breakdown of how consumers shopped on Prime Day 2018:

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