Amazon Prime Day Instant Pot, KitchenAid & Kitchen Appliance Deals (2020): Early Grill, Air Fryer, Blender, Oven & Coffee Maker Sales Rated by Spending Lab

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Here’s a guide to the best early kitchen appliance deals for Amazon Prime Day, including discounts on Instant Pot cookers and air fryers, KitchenAid mixers, Nespresso and Keurig coffee makers and espresso machines, Vitamix and Ninja blenders, and top-rated grills and smokers, toaster and microwave ovens, dutch ovens, and refrigerators. Links to the top deals are listed below.

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Impressive deals and discounts on over a million products are available on Prime Day, Amazon’s annual 48-hour sales event for Prime members.

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The annual Prime Day shopping event includes attractive deals and discounts on the best-selling kitchen appliances such as air fryers, blenders, toaster and microwave ovens, dutch ovens, grills, smokers, espresso machines and coffee makers, and refrigerators. Instant Pot, Ninja, KitchenAid, and Cuisinart are among the most well-known kitchen appliance brands on Amazon, offering a diverse range of cooking equipment such as multi-cookers, toaster ovens, air fryers, and blenders. Instant Pot in particular is popular for its smart cookers with multiple one-touch programs enabling users to steam, cook rice, saute, and even slow cook meats. In a similar fashion, Ninja’s air fryers and blenders have given the company much success on the online shopping site.


11 Best Early Amazon Prime Day Kitchen Deals

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With so many offers on the table, you’ll want to be prepared. So to help you make the most of the epic sale, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about Prime Day 2020, including early deals you can shop before it even starts.

What is Amazon Prime Day and when is it?

Prime Day 2020 will begin Tuesday, October 13 at 12 a.m. PT and wrap up at 11:59 p.m. PT on Wednesday, October 14. The exclusive sale is only available to Prime members—but anyone can cash in by signing up for a free 30-day trial (after that, it’s $119 a year). 

Members get access to thousands of deals throughout the two-day event, but fortune favors the fast shoppers. Many Prime Day sales are only available for a short time, and “lightning deals” end when the item is out of stock. However, there are multiple limited-time sales throughout the day, so it’s important to keep checking the Prime Day main page to make sure you don’t miss anything. 

Where can I find the best Prime Day 2020 kitchen deals?

Amazon will feature its many sales across its website, smartphone app, and Alexa-enabled devices, but head to the Deals page for a collection of its most impressive discounts. If you’re looking for a specific product or brand, Amazon’s mobile app has a new feature called “watch this deal” that will send an alert when an item goes on sale.

Too excited to wait? You’re in luck, because the Amazon has already dropped a number of early Prime Day deals. We went ahead and found the best kitchen discounts (plus some home deals

McConnell hasn’t been to White House since early August because of lax COVID rules

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday said he has not been to the White House since August because of its lax policy on the coronavirus.

McConnell made the comments shortly after a press conference, following President Trump’s diagnosis with the coronavirus.

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell of Ky. walks towards the Senate floor on Capitol Hill, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, in Washington. 

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell of Ky. walks towards the Senate floor on Capitol Hill, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, in Washington. 

Despite being in constant communication with the president, the Kentucky Republican said he hasn’t been to the White House since August 6.

“My impression was their approach to how to handle this is different from mine and what I insisted that we do in the Senate, which is to wear a mask and practice social distancing,” McConnell said.


He reiterated the comments at a second event later in the day, saying that he avoids going to the White House because he “personally didn’t feel that they were approaching the protection from this illness in the same way that I thought was appropriate for the Senate.”

The Senate has implemented strict safety measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus, including social distancing and spreading out caucus meetings and committee hearings.


President Trump announced on Friday that he and the first lady have tested positive for the coronavirus. Since then other high-level officials have also tested positive. Two of them, Republican Sens. Mike Lee of Utah, and Thom Tillis of North Carolina, both attended a Rose Garden event late last month where the president formally nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his pick to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Medical Team: Trump Could Return to White House as Early as Monday | National News

President Donald Trump’s medical team on Sunday gave a positive outlook on his health following his coronavirus diagnosis, saying he could be released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to return to the White House as early as Monday.

The doctors described two incidents of drops in Trump’s oxygen saturation – the latest on Saturday morning, which prompted the doctors to put the president on dexamethasone, a widely available steroid that has been shown to reduce death in severe COVID-19 cases. Trump’s physician, Dr. Sean Conley, did not know if Trump was given supplemental oxygen at that time, and he did not say how low the president’s oxygen levels dropped.

The doctor disclosed that Trump was put on supplemental oxygen on Friday following a high fever and his first drop in oxygen levels, despite Trump being “fairly adamant” that he did not need it, according to the doctors. He remained on oxygen for about an hour, Conley said.

Conley did not say if the president’s CT scans or X-rays have shown any damage to his lungs.

“There’s some expected findings, but nothing of any major clinical concern,” he said.

When asked why he didn’t reveal that Trump was previously on supplemental oxygen during a press conference on Saturday, Conely said: “I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude that the team, the president, over his course of illness has had. I didn’t want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and in doing so, came off that we were trying to hide something, which wasn’t necessarily true.”

Conely also tried to explain the differing statements between him and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, who reportedly told pool reporters on Saturday that the president’s condition had been “very concerning.”


After concerning early Covid symptoms, Trump faces critical days ahead, sources say

President Donald Trump is “doing very well” after his first night at Walter Reed Medical Center where he is being treated for the coronavirus, White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said Saturday.

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But a White House aide, who refused to include their name, told members of the White House press pool that the president’s condition may been more serious than the physicians suggested. The pool is a small group of reporters who travel with the president on behalf of all the news outlets who cover the White House.

“The President’s vitals over last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care,” the aide said in a statement to the press pool that but not directly to NBC News. “We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery.”

A source familiar with the President’s condition said some of the same to NBC News on Saturday: “Some the President’s vitals signs Friday morning were early indicators of the potential for progression beyond mild illness.”

NBC News’ Dr. Torres explains treatment, next steps for Trump after Walter Reed update



The assessment was a stark contrast to Conley’s assessment.

The president has been fever free for 24 hours; is not currently receiving supplemental oxygen and has normal organ function, Conley said, adding he is “cautiously optimistic.”

It was unclear whether the aide or the president’s physician had more update information.

Trump broke an extended silence on Twitter on Saturday, writing to praise medical professionals, adding, “With their help, I am feeling well!”

Conley declined to predict when Trump might discharged. He will be on a five-day course of an experimental drug treatment, the doctors said.

The doctors said Trump had