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Amazon Prime Day—or rather, days—is back. Deals are available starting Monday, June 21 and end Tuesday, June 22, with flash discounts appearing throughout and extra coupons hidden just for Prime Members. And while we love a good sale as much as the next shopper, we prefer to shop with at least 30% shaved off the original price. We did the searching and browsing for you to find the absolute best deals for your kitchen—appliances, food prep, and beverage accessories included.



Slow Cooker:

Instant Pot Duo Plus 6 Quart 9-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker (54% off)
$54.95, was $119.99



Ninja Compact Kitchen System (31% off)
$109.99, was $159.99



Delish by DASH Compact Stand Mixer, 3.5 Quart (38% off)
$49.99, was $79.99


Air Fryer: 

Dash Tasti Crisp Electric Air Fryer Oven Cooker (33% off)
$39.99, was $59.99


Countertop Oven: 

Calphalon Performance Air Fry Convection Oven (32% off)
$169.99, was $249.99


Cooking & Prep: 


Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet With Assist Handle (33% off)
$17.90, was $26.68


Knife Block:

Wusthof 6-Piece Epicure Block Set (30% off)
$349.96, was $499.95


Knife Set: 

Cuisinart Advantage Color Collection 12-Piece Knife Set with Blade Guards (62% off)
$24.99, was $65.00


Food storage: 

Stasher 4-Pack Platinum Silicone Food Grade Reusable Storage Bag (30% off)
$38.49, was $54.99


Beverage Accessories: 

Coffee Maker: 

Keurig K-Slim Single Serve Coffee Maker (38% off)
$49.99, was $79.99


Cold Brewer: 

Presto Dorothy™ Electric Rapid Cold Brewer (57% off)
$29.99, was $69.99


Soda Maker: 

SodaStream Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker (42% off)
$49.99, was $85.99


Wine Opener:

Oster 4-in-1 Cordless Electric Wine Opener (33% off)
$19.99, was $29.99


Electric Kettle:

Amazon Basics Stainless Steel Electric Hot Water Kettle (30% off)
$17.49, was $24.99

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