You can buy an Instant Pot for $60 today

Hurry! This Instant Pot deal will be gone before you know it!

Instant Pot Sale
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As far as we're concerned, an Instant Pot is practically synonymous with fall. Since an Instant Pot can do everything from steam rice to whip up a batch of homemade yogurt, it can technically be used year-round. However, there's something about fall that makes want to cook an endless supply of chilis, hearty stews, and sauces—and what better way to do so than with an Instant Pot? 

If you've been curious to give the Instant Pot a try—but never took the plunge—you're in luck. Today, Amazon is taking nearly $70 off Instant Pot's 10-in-1 Aura multi-cooker. Like any Instant Pot, the Aura makes whipping up a delicious, home-cooked meal a breeze. Simply add all your ingredients, select a setting, and the Instant Pot will take care of the rest. With a six-quart capacity and 10 programmable settings, the Aura is designed to create an easy, virtually effortless meal that will have you craving seconds.

While Instant Pot's 10-in-1 Aura cooker normally costs $129.95, Amazon's currently selling it for $59.99. (If you do the math, that's over 50% off.) In fact, an Amazon price tracking platform called CamelCamelCamel claims this multi-cooker is the cheapest it's been in months. But hurry! Since this is one of Amazon's Deals of the Day, it'll be gone before you know it. 

Instant Pot Aura 10-in-1 Multi-Cooker Slow Cooker | Was $129.95, now $59.99

With a 4.4/5 rating on Amazon, nearly 900 positive reviews, and an "#1 Bestseller" badge on the site, Instant Pot's Aura 10-in-1 cooker is bound to deliver. Thanks to its 10 programmable settings, this option can roast, stew, bake, steam, slow cook, sauté, and warm your ingredients to your heart's (okay, tastebuds) desire. Want to get a head-start on your meal prep? The 24-hour ‘Delay Start’ allows you to postpone the cooking start time, while the keep warm function will maintain your dish's temperature until you're ready to chow down. 

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