Amazon Prime Day is one of the biggest online shopping events of the year. And now it goes beyond Amazon: Every year there are more and more Prime Day competitors hosting concurrent sales during the event. While Prime Day itself is a fast-moving, quickly changing frenzy of Instant Pots, Le Creuset cookware, and Vitamix blenders, there are plenty of other places on the internet to search for discounted kitchen products. This means that even if you don’t have an Amazon Prime membership, you can still reap the benefits of all of the discounts going on.
You’ll know you’re at a Prime Day rival sale when it has some vaguely different name, like “Beyond Big Savings” or “The Big Save” or “Deals for Days.” But if it sounds like too much work to skim all of the major retailers’ websites, we can help—with kitchen deals, at least. Take a look below to find some of the best markdowns on kitchen appliances we have found from Prime Day competitors like Target, Walmart, Best Buy, and more. While many of these sales are running concurrently with Prime Day (July 12–13), some have already listed early Prime Day deals, so don’t waste any time.
Bed Bath & Beyond
For Bed Bath & Beyond’s “Beyond Big Savings” event, the store is offering up to 50% off sale and clearance items. Most noticeably, a big selection of KitchenAid stand mixer attachments are on sale, including a beloved flexible beater attachment and a pasta making attachment.
$450.00, Bed Bath & Beyond
$220.00, Bed Bath & Beyond
$60.00, Bed Bath & Beyond
$35.00, Bed Bath & Beyond
$70.00, Bed Bath & Beyond
Zwilling is really putting the Z in crazy with their ZCommerce sale event. In addition to being a well-regarded knife seller, the German company Zwilling is also the parent company of Le Creuset's greatest foe, Staub, which makes similarly beautiful and well-performing enameled cast iron Dutch ovens. Amid all the Prime Day fanfare, they've flown in under the radar with some absolutely bonkers deals, with many items up to 70% off. Many of the items are factory seconds, which means that they might suffer from minor cosmetic wear or packaging damage. But anybody on Epi staff would tell you that buying seconds is the best way to get seriously discounted kitchen goods.
Best Buy is calling its competing sale event “Black Friday in July.” Expect discounts on vacuums and techy gadgets like the temperature-controlled Ember mug, and espresso maker and coffee maker deals. They’re also offering savings of $170 on select KitchenAid stand mixers—those are some of the lowest prices we’ve seen for new KitchenAid stand mixers.
$400.00, Best Buy
$450.00, Best Buy
$700.00, Best Buy
$1400.00, Best Buy
Walmart’s not-Prime Day sale is called “The Big Save” and will be going through the 13th. A lot of the Walmart deals are in the home appliances category, including several deeply discounted robot vacuum cleaners and regular vacuum cleaners. Also: Take a gander at the cold press juice extractor that’s nearly 75% off.
As was the case last year, Target “Deal Days” will be running again across all Target retail categories, but our eyes are on the discounted appliances. Expect savings on lots of blenders, toaster ovens, and other small appliances that are dorm room ready for the fall back-to-school season.
Originally Appeared on Epicurious