Amazon Prime Day Kitchen Deals That You Need to Check Out Now

Kitchen appliances, as much as we love them, can be super pricey. Amazon Prime Day, which runs October 13-14, is almost here to give you the perfect opportunity to get appliances you’ve been dreaming about at a discount.  From high-quality cookware from beloved brands to trendy appliances, there’s plenty of kitchen essential deals to shop guilt-free. Aspiring chefs and people who use their oven to store shoes—we’re looking at you, Carrie Bradshaw—can find gadgets that’ll make cooking and baking easier without breaking the bank.

Prime Day is basically the sale that kicks off the holiday sale season, so it’s a great opportunity to get a jump start on holiday shopping, whether you’re shopping for you or looking for a gift for a loved one. In order to shop all of Amazon’s great deals, you’ll need to be a member of Amazon Prime. If you aren’t, don’t fret—you can sign up for a 30-day free trial, so you can add everything from beauty to electronic deals to your cart and take advantage of Prime’s speedy shipping.

Below are some of our favorite deals, including a few that are actually live and shoppable right now. Go take advantage of them while supplies last.

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Instant Pot jump-started the slow cooker and pressure cooker craze. This innovative appliance takes a lot of pressure—pun intended—off of dinner and meal prep.

Instant Pot Duo Mini 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker

Instant Pot.


You can save almost $20 on this cult-favorite, which is 25 percent off. This Instant Pot pressure cooker is super versatile and can also

The earliest Prime Day kitchen deals we’re bookmarking, ASAP

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Although Amazon Prime Day is still a week away, we’re already looking ahead to one of the biggest shopping events for the kitchen and home. A handful of announced cookware deals have already started cropping up, and while the sale prices won’t activate until Prime Day hits, you can simply bookmark this page or toss these seriously marked-down pots and pans into your cart while you wait for Oct. 13. 

Read more: When is Amazon Prime Day 2020? And what kinds of deals can you expect? 

We’re talking 16-piece cookware sets priced at just $60, and big-name brands like GreenPan, Blue Diamond and OXO offering up deals on grill pans, skillets, ceramic nonstick pans and kitchen utensils. For now, keep this page handy and check back often as we’ll keep this story updated with more kitchen and home Prime Day deals as they become available. 


Complete with a sturdy stainless steel handle that’ll stay cool, the skillet also boasts a durable, hard-anodized coating that will help easily release whatever’s cooking. 


Only available on Amazon, these ceramic skillets are scratch resistant, designed to stand up to even the toughest of daily demands. Not only are the pans oven- and broiler-safe, you can also toss them in the dishwasher for easy clean-up. 

Green Life

Available in six bright colors, this 16-piece cookware set includes all the basics: a 4-inch mini skillet, 7- and 9.5-inch skillets, 1- and 2-quart saucepans with lids, a 5-quart stock pot with lid, a 2.5-quart sauté pan with lid, a 7-inch stainless steel steamer and four kitchen utensils.

Blue Diamond

Every meal can be a breeze, thanks to

Salter Kitchen Scales Black Friday Deals 2020

Salter kitchen scales are a must-have in the kitchen, especially if you consider yourself a home baker. They’ve been the UK’s leading food weighing scales for over 260 years (yes, really), and have since been developed and improved to ensure total accuracy in the kitchen. Which is exactly why they appear on many people’s wish lists (including ours).

But as much as we love their affordable pricing, we’re always on the lookout for bargains. So, with Black Friday around the corner, we’re taking a deep dive into what might be on offer this year.

Black Friday originates from America, and it marks the start of the post-Thanksgiving sales. Amazon brought the concept over to the UK in 2010 and it has since developed into the biggest shopping event of the year. Most retailers offer discounts of at least 20% over the majority of the weekend.

When Is Black Friday?

This year Black Friday lands on Friday 27 November.

Salter Kitchen Scales

Types Of Salter Kitchen Scales:


    Where To Get Salter Kitchen Scales Black Friday Deals

    Asides from the official Salter website, various scales are stocked amongst several retailers including John Lewis, Currys, Amazon, Lakeland and more.

    What To Expect This Year

    We’re unsure what to expect this year, but with retailers like John Lewis, Lakeland and Amazon promising huge price-cuts across a range of kitchen products, we’re anticipating some reasonable deals on Salter Kitchen Scales.

    We’ll be updating this piece as soon as we spot any deals.

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    Former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, former second lady Jill Biden, reported earning over $16.5 million in total since leaving the White House, according to new 2019 tax returns filed on Tuesday.

    Both the Bidens and Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff released their 2019 tax returns ahead of the first presidential debate between Biden and President Donald Trump set to take place on Tuesday night in Ohio. 

    The Bidens reported earning over $944,000 in taxable income, paid a little over $346,000 in taxes, and received a refund of nearly $47,000 in 2019, their returns show. 

    The debate also comes after The New York Times published their first installments of reporting on Trump tax returns they obtained, highly sought-after documents that Trump has refused to voluntarily disclose. The Times revealed that Trump paid no income tax in ten of the fifteen years between 2000 and 2015, and paid just $750 in income taxes in both 2016 and 2017. 

    Harris and Emhoff, a prominent entertainment lawyer, jointly reported over $3 million in taxable income and paying $1.18 in taxes in 2019, including payments