The day after Christmas, statistics from Amazon on its customers' holiday purchases reveal what we ordered and how much we procrastinate.
Someone who lives in an area served by Prime Now's one-hour delivery ordered a package of 36 Bai5 antioxidant drinks at 10:24 p.m. on Christmas Eve and received it at 11:06 p.m.
Prime one-day shipping users had an earlier cutoff time, with the last order to go out in time for Christmas shipping at 2:44 p.m. on Dec. 23. The recipient in Philadelphia got Nature's Miracle stain and odor removal spray and a men's Champion Evo Fleece full-zip hoodie.
We also shopped more on the go as nearly 60 percent of Amazon.com customers used a mobile device, a trend that "accelerated as customers got later into the shopping season," Amazon said.
Amazon said more than 10 million new members worldwide tried its Prime service for the first time this holiday season. We also ordered 10 times as many items using Amazon's same-day delivery service during this holiday season than last year.
Our fascination with "Frozen" stayed hot, with enough purchases on Amazon of Elsa dolls "to reach the top of Cinderella's castle 855 times."
Feel-good purchases through Amazon's charity-supporting site smile.amazon.com also increased, with 16 more times customers shopping on that site than last year's holiday season.
Digital cameras aren't dead, just more portable. GoPro won the cameras section on Amazon.com with the HERO4 Silver and the headstrap mount.
Amazon also said if every customer who bought Pokemon Alpha Sapphire or Pokemon Omega Ruby this holiday season followed the mantra "gotta catch 'em all," more Pokemon would have been collected than the entire U.S. population.
Fortunately, we're too lazy.