Instant Pot

PSA: The Instant Pot Is Absurdly Cheap, Thanks to Amazon Prime Day

If you've been thinking about buying one, there's no better time than Prime Day.

July 15, 2019

The Instant Pot is the Brad Pitt of the food appliance world. Ever since it came on the scene, it's been wildly popular—and just like almost every movie Brad Pitt has ever starred in, never fails to break the box office (so to speak). This multi-cooking wonder, which counts food writers, home cooks, and famous chefs all as fans, remains a consistent best-seller for retailers around the world, especially Amazon.

Which is why it should come as no surprise that the behemoth online retailer has been offering up massive discounts on the Instant Pot this Prime Day: the company's annual shopping holiday, which will last for a glorious two whole days this years, and is happening right now.

So whether you've been dreaming about buying an Instant Pot of your very own or thinking about gifting it someone for a birthday or the holidays (which really aren't that far away), make sure you take advantage of the Amazon Prime Day deals below. And remember: These magical discounts are set to disappear on July 16, when Prime Day ends.


The Best Amazon Prime Day Instant Pot Deals

Instant Pot Duo Plus 60, 6 Quart 9-in-1

$129.95 $55.99 (save 57%)

This is Amazon's biggest Instant Pot Prime Day deal so far, so you know the savings are going to be big (as in, "over 50 percent off" big). Not surprisingly, the Duo Plus has all the same bells and whistles of the regular Duo, along with two extra appliance settings and a couple of snazzy features—now for just $55.99. We're talking 15 smart cooking programs just the touch of button away, a 1,000+ recipe app, and the Instant Pot Alexa Skill.

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But if you want to buy the Duo Plus in a different size than the classic six-quart, take note: the eight-quart version is slightly discounted at 13% off, for $139.95; the smaller, three-quart version is not on sale at the moment (but we'll let you know if that changes).

Instant Pot Duo Plus 6 Quart 9-in-1 Photo by Amazon

Instant Pot Duo 6 Quart 7-in-1

$99.99 $55.99 (save 44%)

This endlessly popular, top-selling multi-cooker has over 27,000 five-star reviews—so, yeah, we'd call this one a winner. Combining seven kitchen appliances in one (think: pressure cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker, and more), this six-quart option is the best place to start. And at just $55.99, adding one to your kitchen counter is cheaper than ever.

Instant Pot Duo 6 Quart 7-in-1 Photo by Amazon

Instant Pot Duo 8 Quart 7-in-1

$139.95 $69.95 (Save 50%)

You'll find the same seven cooking functions, plus 14 smart programs for specific types of meals (be it soup, rice, poultry, or stews), this eight-quart version of the Duo is just a little bit roomier. If you've got a big family or like to host often, this Instant Pot is probably right for you. Thanks to Prime Day, it's just $69.95—while supplies last.

Instant Pot Duo 8 Quart 7-in-1 Photo by Amazon

Instant Pot Duo Mini 3 Quart 7-in-1

$79.95 $50.99 (Save 36%)

If you have a cramped kitchen (raise your hand if you live in New York City), this mini Instant Pot Duo is set to be your best friend. It can do everything its larger buddies can do, just on a smaller scale. At $50.99, the price is just as teeny tiny as the goods.

Instant Pot Duo Mini 3 Quart 7-in-1 Photo by Amazon

Instant Pot Lux 6 Quart 6-in-1

$79.95 $59 (Save 26%)

This luxed-up version of the Instant Pot has six of the most important cooking features—pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, sauté, steamer, and warmer—but its sleeker design makes it fit in just a little bit more smoothly with the rest of your kitchen's decor. For just $59 on Prime Day, this appliance looks fancier than it actually costs. Bonus: the eight-quart version is 20% off, at $79.

Instant Pot Lux 6 Quart 6-in-1 Photo by Amazon

Instant Pot Ultra 8 Quart 10-in-1

$179.95 $126 (Save 30%)

Meet the next generation of Instant Pots: the Ultra. With a central dial that allows you to simply turn and press for extra cooking precision, plus high-tech features like altitude adjustment, cake and egg programs, and a steam release button, you get the crème de la crème of multi-cooking for just $126.

Instant Pot Ultra 8 Quart 10-in-1 Photo by Amazon

Which Instant Pot do you have your eye on this Amazon Prime Day? Tell us in the comments below!

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Gemma1122 July 16, 2019
Instant Pots should start showing up in yard sales and thrift stores at any moment now. I think I can wait.
 
Jordan July 15, 2019
Not cool that you're supporting Amazon today just for the sake of SEO to get clicks. Hate to see this site dissolve into clickbait over the past year, but here we are.
 
epicharis July 15, 2019
I'm weirdly relieved to hear this. I thought it was just me and my cooking tastes changing, but the site is clearly becoming something very different than what it was even just a few short years ago.
 
epicharis July 15, 2019
Stop encouraging people to cross picket lines. This is absolutely contrary to the ethos of a site that promotes handmade design and valuing labor. Instant Pots are about $50 every Black Friday, for goodness' sake.
 
Bri L. July 15, 2019
The Brad Pitt of appliances???? As in wildly overrated? A fad past its prime??? Not a kind comparison, and to be fair, the old fashioned stove top pressure cookers are faster to use because they reach temp faster and can be depressurized ultra fast in the sink under cool running water so you don’t need to spew steamy smelly air all over your kitchen. (I own both and find the stove top version much closer to “instant” in its performance.)
 
J July 15, 2019
Prime workers are striking today and tomorrow due to terrible working conditions.

Would be nice to see some solidarity from companies rather than continual promotion of Amazon through affiliate links.