Instant Pot deals (especially Instant Pot Black Friday deals) are essential for any savvy shopper. Who doesn’t want to save money on an Instant Pot? A 6-or-7-in-1 multi-cooker that makes dinnertime easy and fast? Sign. Me. Up.
The best part? You can easily save 50% on one if you know where to look. Here’s some of my favorite places to find Instant Pot deals.
Remember to download the official KCL app to get notifications about deals coming from all your favorite stores.
1. Take advantage of Instant Pot deals and snag some Kohl’s Cash.
Kohl’s runs Instant Pot deals pretty consistently. Plus, for bigger orders you can get Kohl’s Cash to use on future purchases. Here’s one deal I saw in September 2020 for 58% off an Instant Pot along with Kohl’s Cash:
Spend $50, receive $10 Kohl’s Cash
Free shipping on orders of $75+ or free curbside pickup
Final Price: $79.99, plus $10 Kohl’s Cash
Kohl’s is a great place to find these deals, because you can stack promo codes and use Kohl’s cash to bring the price down. Just keep in mind you can only use one percent off code per order.
2. Shop Instant Pot Black Friday deals on Amazon for 50% off.
Instant Pot Black Friday deals are pretty common, but Amazon has some of the best. In 2019, I saw up to 50% savings on Instant Pots for Amazon Prime members during Black Friday, like the Instant Pot 6-Quart Duo 60 (reg. $99.95) for just $49.
Sign up for Amazon Prime a few weeks before Black Friday and be ready to jump on the deals.
3. Pick up an Instant Pot Duo Nova for over 50% off during a Macy’s Black Friday sale.
Macy’s offers free shipping on orders over $25, so you’ll be good on your Instant Pot purchase. Before you get shopping, make sure to create a Macy’s account and sign up for emails to get an immediate 25% off coupon.
4. The Walmart Pioneer Woman Instant Pot is constantly on sale.
Walmart’s generally got some great rollback deals on their Instant Pots. However, one consistent deal I’ve seen throughout 2020 has been on the Walmart Pioneer Woman Instant Pot 6-Quart LUX60 (reg. $99) for anywhere between $49-59.
Walmart also just began carrying the special edition Mickey Mouse Instant Pot, so let’s hope that goes on sale soon, too.
5. Always scan Instant Pot barcodes with the Target app to check on lower prices.
When you’re out shopping for your Instant Pot, scan the barcodes with the Target app before you make your choice.
If it’s a better deal, show your cashier the price listed on the Target app and they’ll give you the lower price. Stores like Walmart, Kohl’s, and JCPenney all price match Target, so it doesn’t hurt to take a look before checkout.
While you’re at it, you may want to do the same with the Amazon app.
6. Buy an Instant Pot Duo Nova if you can get it for 50% off.
Throughout September of 2020, I saw some major deals on the Instant Pot Duo Nova. Within a couple weeks, Belk, Macy’s, and JCPenney had the 6-Quart model for 50-53% off.
The kicker? JCPenney also gave customers $10 in rewards with the purchase.
7. Use BrickSeek to check Instant Pot inventory before you leave your house.
Instant Pot deals sell out quickly, so use BrickSeek to make sure your local store actually has Instant Pots in stock.
Enter the item’s UPC code on BrickSeek to see what inventory looks like. One of the easiest ways to find a UPC code is to use Barcodelookup.com and search for the model you want.
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