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Cooking a healthy homemade meal is arguably easier and faster than ever before. You can have groceries delivered by places like FreshDirect and Instacart; pre-portioned meal kits and recipes can be shipped to your door through services like BlueApron and Sun Basket; and for the truly time-crunched, there are lots of prepared meal delivery services that’ll send ready-to-heat-and-eat foods to your front door.
Still, most of us can agree there’s nothing that quite compares to having a fresh, homemade meal waiting for you at the end of a long day that took little to no effort on your part. That’s why the Instant Pot — the 7-in-1 kitchen gadget that’s been an Amazon Prime Day top-seller for several years — continues to be a covetable Prime Day item. Prime Day 2019 is expected to be no different.
Fortunately for the folks who haven’t jumped on the Instant Pot train yet, this year might be the best time to snag one at its lowest price ever. Last year, the Instant Pot Prime Day deal was for 40% off, but this year we’ve already spotted this pressure cooker for 50% off as an early Prime Day deal. Normally $100 for the 6-quart model, it’s on sale on Amazon for $60 right now, with an additional $10-off coupon. That means you can get an Instant Pot on Amazon for only $50.
This deal is better than both last year’s Prime Day Instant Pot sale, as well as all of the Black Friday deals on Instant Pots. Though Amazon remains tight-lipped as to whether the price will drop even further headed into Prime Day on July 15 and 16, we can only advise on what we know, which is that historically the Instant Pot has sold out on Prime Days in the past.
If you’re looking to snag an early Prime Day deal that’s truly worth it, this might be your best chance. Just be sure to click the coupon checkbox under the sale price on Amazon to add the coupon to your cart, too.
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