Amazon Prime Day 2019 is on July 15—maybe. That’s the date that recently leaked, but it’s not officially confirmed. Still, that would be around the time Prime Day has happened in the past, and we’ve been expecting another mid-July date (and hoping the site won’t crash again like it did last year).
We’ll be updating this post with info on the best and latest Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals whenever they’re eventually announced, but in the meanwhile, let’s speculate a little.
Last year, the Instant Pot was the best-selling kitchen item, and sold out in 19 hours—we’re guessing it’ll still be a hot item this time around, though perhaps it’ll have some competition from newer models or even other multicookers like the Ninja Foodi or the $1,000+ Vermicular?
Instant Pot 6-Quart 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker, $69.99 on Amazon
We don't know how low the price will go, but it's already almost $30 off right now.
While they’re not as obviously food-related, the Echo Spot, Echo Dot, and Echo Show are also helpful in the kitchen—from assisting with recipes and cooking questions to making it easy to time multiple things and update your grocery list (or just watch Netflix while you’re boiling pasta)—and we suspect they’ll sell just as well in 2019 as they did last year. Since they’re Amazon’s own brand, they’ll likely be more deeply discounted too.
Speaking of Amazon’s brands, now that Whole Foods is owned by the company, we’re sure to see some great deals on groceries in-store (and maybe also online). Amazon already recently lowered prices at Whole Foods on more than 500 items.
Of course, Prime Day should also bring some great deals on kitchenware and other appliances, whether you’re looking to replace one specific thing or totally refresh your kitchen arsenal. (Who wouldn’t want a brand-new cast iron cookware set?)
If you’ve been putting off spring cleaning, maybe you’ll be able to snag some of these Marie Kondo-inspired products for cheap on Prime Day so you can finally actually get your place in order. (Or pieces The Home Edit would love, if they’re more your style.)
No matter what you’re looking for, the best deals will likely be exclusive to Amazon Prime members, but other discounts will still be offered to all—check out The Cheapskate’s tips on making the most of Prime Day (and making sure you’re actually getting good deals), and see CNET’s Prime Day primer and deal predictions.
Stay tuned for more to come on Prime Day 2019!
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