According to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners’ 2017 research, as an average Prime member, you spend about $1,300 per year on Amazon. $700 if you’re a non-member customer. Curious what’s your number?
If you’re using Mint or similar service to track all your household expenses it is fairly easy to filter spendings down by a vendor. If you don’t have a way to track all your expenses across all your cards, here’s a way to find your total amount spend on Amazon.
- Log in to your Amazon account.
- In the Ordering and shopping preferences click on Download order reports
- Choose “Orders and shipments” option as the Report Type. Earliest start date as possible (the earliest year is the year you became a customer) and hit Request Report.
- After a couple seconds you will see your report ready to be downloaded in Your Reports table below. Let’s Download it and take a look in Excel (if you don’t have Excel just import it into Google Sheets).
- Now let’s brush off some of your basic Excel skills, select column U, click Σ Auto Sum and confirm.
- Voilà, your Amazon Grand Total number!
Uh oh, looks like we’re a double average Amazon Prime customer with spending $2,627 per year. When I saw the number for the first time I thought it also includes returns, but it doesn’t… Hope your number is better.