Prime Day 2020 has come to an end and what a whopper it was this year! In our round up of deals below, the ones which are no longer available have been crossed out but fear not as incredible Black Friday USA deals 2020 are not far away at all. And if you need kitchen appliances, we've rounded up the Black Friday Ninja Foodi deals this year.
Amazon Prime Day Instant Pot deals will come in two forms, the first is daily deals which will last until the event is over, or until stock sells out. The second is Lightning Deals, and as the name suggests, these deals will only be around for a really limited amount of time so you’ll have to be speedy.
To cash in on the best Amazon Prime Day Instant Pot deals, you’ll need to have an Amazon Prime membership and you’ll also need to be logged into your account to be able to see the deals.
To make the biggest savings without hours of searching, bookmark this page and check back to see the latest deals as we update them here for you.
Best Prime Day Instant Pot deals today
Instant Pot Ultra Mini hot Pot, Pressure, Slow Cooker, 3 Quart, Silver: was $119.95 | now $49.99 at Amazon
Cook endless meals without breaking the bank thanks to Amazon Prime Day's brilliant savings on this Instant Pot. With more than 50% off, this deal is too good to miss. View Deal
Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 cooker (6QT) |
Was $99.95 Now $79
You can already save a healthy $20 on this super popular Instant Pot 7-in-1. Perfect for beginners, and a large enough capacity for most home-cooked meals for a family.View Deal
Instant Pot Duo Plus 9-in-1 cooker (6QT) |
Was $129.95 Now $119.95
A more advanced Instant Pot with nine functions, including rice cooking, steaming, and yoghurt making! Might be too much for basic cooks, but ideal for experienced users.View Deal
Other Pressure Cooker Deals
Moosoo 13-in-1 pressure cooker (6QT) | Was $109.99 Now $83.99 (with coupon)
If you don't have to get an Instant Pot, then this Moosoo pressure cooker does the same things and more. This has 13 functions in a single device, and it's currently a massive $26-off with coupon.View Deal
Mueller UltraPot 10-in-1 cooker (6QT) | Was $79.97 Now $75.97
You save 5% with the coupon when you add this Mueller UltraPot to your basket. Mueller is a great alternative to Instant Pot, and this has an impressive average user score of 4.5.View Deal
Ninja FD401 Foodi 9-in-1 cooker (8QT) | Was $269 Now $219
If you need a bigger cooker that can boil, dehydrate, and air-fry, then the Ninja is a popular choice. This model is $50-off, and has overwhelmingly positive reviews.View Deal
Instant Pot Buying Advice
How to get the best Amazon Prime Day Instant Pot deal for you
There are a few things you can do to get ahead of the game when it comes to bagging a Prime Day Instant Pot deal. Follow these steps and you'll be able to get what you need, and save the maximum amount of money...
1) Know what Instant Pot you want (and the one you REALLY want)
Chances are, if you're searching for Instant Pot deals, you already know you want an Instant Pot. You may already know what model you think is best for you. If you don't, then do a bit of research (we've listed our top four Instant Pot models below), and pick a Pot that works for you and your family.
Next, find one that is maybe a bit more luxury. Maybe it's bigger, maybe it has a few more features - something that's really excellent, but maybe you can't quite afford, or you think it's perhaps not worth paying full price for. Now you're set.
2) Check the price history
There are plenty of sites that track the price history of items in online retailers, and our favorite for Amazon is CamelCamelCamel. This gives you a full breakdown of the item's price history in a handy-to-follow graph format. It tells you the highest, lowest, and average prices of the item. So, if you're looking to make sure you're really getting the best Prime Day Instant Pot deal, make sure you have a quick look at CCC now, and then check it again on the day itself.
3) Know when to buy
Shopping can get pretty tense on Prime Day, so if you're looking for a particularly hot Instant Pot deal, it's tempting to just get it right away. That's absolutely the right tactic, unless you're willing to settle for any kind of Instant Pot. In this case, it pays to shop for either Amazon Lightning Deals, which are timed deals with limited stock, or to wait for the inevitable 'second wave' of Prime Day deals, which come on the Tuesday.
We absolutely recommend buying the model you want immediately, if it's on sale during Prime Day. Check your chosen Instant Pot, check the 'dream pot' you thought you couldn't afford, and make your choice then and there. Items will sell out, and if you have your heart set on a specific model, just get it. If you can wait, though, you may find something even better in a Lightning Deal.
4) Get a Prime Membership in advance
A wise, wise bit of advice here. If you think the best Amazon Prime Day Instant Pot deals will sell out quickly in 2020 (and we definitely do), then make sure you have a Prime Membership in advance. Amazon not only offers a free trial for Prime Membership, but it also offers discounts on this ahead of Prime Day. Get yourself set, signed up, and ready to buy. Prime Day sales are only available to Prime members, so you need to be signed up to take advantage of the offers. We recommend signing up the weekend before Prime Day, ready for the sale on Monday.
Our favorite Instant Pots
Last year's Prime Day top seller, the Instant Pot Duo combines seven popular kitchen appliances (pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sauté, yogurt marker and warmer) into one six-quart pot. The best-selling pressure cooker has an easy to read display with 14 different one-touch smart programs that include dishes like soup, chili, and rice. The Instant Pot Duo also lets you pressure cook on low or high so you can adjust the temperature based on what meal you're preparing.
This particular model is popular because the size is perfect for most families and the price is affordable and frequently discounted at online retailers.
The Instant Pot Lux is the most basic model with six kitchen appliances and 12 built-in smart programs. This six-quart Instant Pot slow cooks, pressure cooks, makes rice, sautés, steams, and has a "keep warm" option but lacks the yogurt setting that the other models include. The Lux can only pressure cook on high, which may require monitoring to make sure meals don't overcook.
This is a fantastic model for beginners and for those that are looking for a more affordable option. The Lux is the least expensive Instant Pot model and can normally be found on sale.
Perfect for large families, the eight-quart Instant Pot Ultra is the ultimate pressure cooker for anyone who loves to cook. In addition to the seven appliances the Duo offers, the Ultra can also make cake, cook eggs and sterilize. This feature-rich Instant Pot also includes a central dial that provides added precision in program selection and temperature adjustment. The Ultra includes an impressive 21 pre-set temperature options and 16 different built-in smart programs. The Ultra also offers an altitude adjustment setting to give you a hand with recipe conversion.
Because the eight-quart Instant Pot Ultra is packed with added features, it does cost more than the previous models, but for adventurous cooks, it will be worth every penny.
The mighty but small Instant Pot Mini is perfect for singles or couples that only need to prepare small portions. This three-quart pressure cooker still combines seven kitchen appliances in one and offers 11 different built-in smart programs. The compact Mini also features 12 different temperature settings and includes up to four hours of pressure cooking time.
The affordable Mini is excellent for making side dishes and small meals, and the compact size makes it perfect for travel and storage.
Looking for slow cookers instead of Instant Pots?
We've got a guide to the top-rated slow cookers for 2020, from big brands like Crock Pot, Black+Decker, and more.
Perhaps you just want a simple rice cooker instead?
Our list of the top rice cookers for 2020 will get you small appliances that cook rice perfectly in minutes, with little fuss.