What are the Best Selling Products of All Time?

The world is living in a global commercialization age today. Where various countries are engaged in a worldwide market having able to purchase and sell products from another country. This is why product sales were able to reach sky high since then. And local purchases had been only a part of this massive market.

Products that were able to reach the global market made extraordinary results in sales. They made over-the roof profit for the company and were able to get millions of people worldwide. These products did not just generate money for the company’s pocket. Still, they proved worthy of influencing people by crossing multiple cultures and societies around the world. You can simply identify them as the best-selling products of all time, for they are vastly accepted and adored by millions to billions of people.

So, try to check some business facts below for the list of best-selling products of all time. Who knows, you could already own some of these products or might purchase some of them in the future.


This is a video game console and was the most powerful one during its time created by Sony. It was first released in the United States in 1995 and reached 344 million sold units worldwide.


This is a drug that lowers the LDL or harmful cholesterol levels in the body. It was created by Pfizer Incorporated, a pharmaceutical company in Manhattan, New York City, to lessen the risk of heart disease. Through the years, Lipitor managed to reach nationwide sales and was widely accepted in various countries. The total sales they made is 141 billion US dollars in their lifetime revenue.


Created by the Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota, the Corolla is one of the few vehicles that reached global sales. They had sold a total number of 40.7 million units around the world. And they were favored by most customers due to the vehicle’s reliability, low gas mileage, and affordability.

Star Wars

When it comes to movies and entertainment, the Star Wars movies franchise is popular from different corners of the world. It was initially produced by the 20th Century Fox until later created by the Walt Disney Company. It accumulated 4.6 billion US dollars of profit for all the Star Wars movies, adjusted for inflation.


Categorized under electronic gadgets, the iPad was created by an American technology company, Apple, in 2010. It reached 211 million sold units worldwide since it was released in the United States. 

Mario Bros. Franchise

Nintendo created a video game with Italian plumbers as main characters. This is the Mario Bros. video game being played using the Nintendo gaming console. It was first released in 1981 in the United States. Since then, it accumulated 262 million sold units globally and played by kids and kids at heart. Marion Bros. started to have different versions and names in other gaming consoles and is voted to be the most popular video character of all time.

Harry Potter Novel Series

JK Rowling is a legend for creating Harry Potter. Its book alone reached 450 million sold units worldwide. Because of its extreme popularity, movie producers partnered with JK Rowling to make eight movie franchises in 2001 and ended in 2011. The Harry Potter movies grossed 7.7 billion US dollars internationally. Rowling also published a website dedicated to Harry Potter, pottermore.com, in 2012. Fans are thrilled and supported the website that gained one billion visits in its first weeks of launching.


One of the technology giants and innovators today is Apple, and one of its iconic products is the iPhone. The first release of the iPhone was in 2007, and Apple took the market by storm that it sold 95 million units in its first two quarters. Despite warning from business analysts that the iPhone already reached its market peak, its sales continued to skyrocket inside and outside the United States.

Even today, new versions of the iPhone continued to be released every year and had lifetime sales of 516 million units. Since its first launch, the iPhone became the benchmark of technology globally. It had served several countries to ease communication, utility, and information in education, community, government, private sectors, and other aspects of the society.