Amazon Kiosks and Automated Retail
Members convert on Amazon.com 74% of the time, Millward Brown says.
- Amazon Prime members convert 74% of the time on Amazon.com, says a new study from Millward Brown Digital, compared to 13% for non-prime members.
- Prime members also showed a preference for Amazon, converting 6% of the time at other warehouse retailers’ e-commerce sites.
- If membership growth for Amazon Prime continues at its current pace, half of all U.S. households could be Amazon Prime members by 2020.
According to a study from Millward Brown Digital, Amazon Prime members have a conversion rate of 74% on Amazon.com, compared to 13% for non-prime members1. This means that Prime members are much more likely to buy something when they visit Amazon than non-prime members. Prime members also showed a preference for Amazon, converting 6% of the time at other warehouse retailers’ e-commerce sites.
The average conversion rate across all of e-commerce is between 1% to 2%. This shows how effective Amazon is at attracting and retaining loyal customers who are willing to spend more on its platform.
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