Amazon Prime Day is here! We’ve compiled a list of the latest Amazon Prime Day kitchen deals to keep you up-to-date on all the savings to be had.
While it is traditionally held in July, last year Amazon postponed its Prime Day sale until October to accommodate supply chain interruptions and shipping services overwhelmed over the summer. For 2021, Amazon has announced that Prime Day is happening on June 21 and 22. This is good news for bargain hunters planning to restock their kitchen appliances after a year of heavy homebound use or for those with a newfound love of cooking to upgrade their gear without breaking the bank.
Because so many shoppers over the last year have been concerned with purchasing basic supplies (paper towels, toilet paper, Lysol spray, masks, and sanitizing wipes), the warehouses are full of items that would normally have sold but did not. This sets the scene for deep discounts for Prime Day —the warehouses need to be cleared of stock, and so prices may be unusually low.
Traditionally, the best Prime Day kitchen deals are on name-brand luxury small appliances and cookware. If you’ve been eyeing a new super-powered blender or countertop convection oven, this is the time to snap up a bargain. To make sure you’re getting the best deal, you can check out CamelCamelCamel, which tracks Amazon’s prices on individual items and can show you how much you’ll save and help you choose the right time to buy. You can also check Amazon Coupons while you’re shopping; these are daily or weekly coupons that Amazon offers to savvy shoppers who look for them. All you need to do is “clip” the coupon by clicking the box, then add the item to your cart.
One of the best ways to ensure that you get the best deals is to sign up for Amazon’s Prime Rewards Visa card. You’ll get a $100 Amazon gift card upon approval. If you’re a regular Amazon shopper, you’ll notice that often just below the price you’ll see a figure showing how much you’d have saved with the card: That’s because cardholders get 5 percent back on all Amazon purchases and an additional 20 percent off of categories of items that regularly rotate, plus early access to deals year-round.
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Do I Need Amazon Prime to Get Prime Day 2021 Deals?
Yes. The first Prime Day was held to celebrate Amazon’s 20th birthday—and to draw in more subscribers. Luckily, Amazon Prime offers a free 30-day trial for new members with no penalty for canceling, so you can sign up at no cost to access the sales. Amazon offers several levels of Prime; you can pay monthly or annually. If you’re a student, you’re in luck: You’ll qualify for a 6- month trial and a half-price Prime Student membership after the trial is over. If you have an EBT card or receive government support, your monthly cost after the trial is reduced by more than 50 percent. You will need to enter credit card information when you sign up for the trial, but you will not be charged until you’ve reached the end of the 30 days, so if you’re not hooked by then, don’t forget to cancel.
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The Best Amazon Prime Day Kitchen Deals 2021
Prime Day deals come in waves through the weeks leading up to Prime Day and on the day (or days) itself. Kitchen appliances and accessories are traditionally a hot category for deep discounts, as companies regularly release new and updated versions of their products, so you can probably score a great deal on this year’s model. In addition, the full warehouses are restocked with products that were hard to find for a while during the pandemic, so demand will be high, and it pays to think ahead about what you might want or need to update, upgrade, or refresh your cooking space. Read on for our picks of the best Amazon Prime Day kitchen deals.
OUT OF STOCK. Get barista-quality lattes, flat whites, macchiatos, and cappuccinos at home with this milk frother. Just pour milk in and you’ll have silky-smooth foam perfect to pour over your coffee in moments. This frother can make hot or cold foam so you can elevate your iced drinks, too. It even works to create a rich foam from nondairy milks. Stop going to the coffee shop and save money with this great Prime Day deal!
NOW $44.99 (was $54.99). Go back to basics with this nonstick frying pan set. The 8- and 10-inch frying pans are the perfect sizes for tons of recipes, and nonstick pans are invaluable for their easy cleanup and functionality. Calphalon pans include two nonstick layers which makes for more even heat distribution. More layers also means increased durability, so these pans are perfect for everyday use. You can save an additional 10 percent when you clip the digital coupon!
NOW $499.95. Upgrade your kitchen with this sleek, sophisticated blender. The Vitamix is unrivaled in power and functionality, and this model takes it to a new level. The intuitive programmable timer, automatic adjustments, and high-performance motor ensure perfect results every time, whether you’re making a piping-hot butternut squash soup or a frozen acai bowl. And at this great price, now is the time to pick one up and experience Vitamix for yourself.
NOW $69.99 (save an extra 10% with coupon). This electric kettle is a must-have for the pour-over purist. The gooseneck spout and counterbalanced kettle allow for the perfect pour-over flow rate. Five temperature presets ensure that you never ruin your morning by burning your coffee or tea. Its sleek, distinctive design will be a focal point on your kitchen countertop.
NOW $169.95 (was $189.95). Le Creuset products need no introduction. Generally regarded as the gold standard of enameled cast-iron cookware, Le Creuset’s nearly indestructible pans heat evenly, brown beautifully, and don’t require added oils. The updated handle and added helper handle make it easier to lift and move this heavy pan.
NOW $52.34. Following the rash of pandemic baking over the last year, good quality bakeware has been hard to find. This set of carbon steel bakeware is a wonderful upgrade if you’ve been using old pans you dug out of the back of the cabinet. Nonstick and heavy-gauge, the baking sheet, muffin pan, loaf pan, and two 9-inch cake pans will set you up for years of high-quality results at a bargain price.
NOW $39.98 (was $49.97). A hand-sharpened German-steel blade at this price point is a steal. Saveur Selects has crafted a strong all-purpose chef’s knife. The handle is gently tapered to fit smoothly and securely in your hand while a full bolster protects you from nicks and small cuts, making it safe to chop, slice, and dice your summer vegetables for a barbecue. It’s not a lightweight, either: This santoku-style knife is as capable of cutting meat apart at the joints as it is mincing, and makes a great all-purpose tool.
NOW $299.95. Weak juicers can be frustrating and waste a lot of perfectly good food. There’s no danger of that with this Breville—1,000 watts of power and 40,000 filtering holes extract 30 percent more juice than most juicers can. Plus the 3-inch-wide chute allows for whole fruit to be dropped in, saving time on preslicing the fruit prior to juicing. Quick and easy cleanup (nearly all parts are dishwasher safe) leaves less mess for you to clean up before sitting down with a tall glass.
NOW $38.91 (was $49.99). Presto’s Electric Skillet lets you set the temperature and walk away, with no need to keep an eye on the burners or worry that your food will burn or boil over. Meat, potatoes, and vegetables can nestle side by side with a light sauce and cook consistently in this nonstick pan—the high-domed lid will even accommodate a whole roasting chicken—and the 16-inch size has room to cook enough for your whole family. If you have a family of late risers, it’s also great for keeping eggs, French toast, or waffles warm without burning or getting tough so you don’t have to be a short-order cook on the weekend.
NOW $185. If you’ve ever blended soup in six batches in a blender, hauled out a stand mixer to whip a little cream, or skipped trying almond butter because you couldn’t bear to find the blades for the food processor, this immersion blender set from Breville is going to make your day. One handle snaps on to a powerful immersion blender, a whisk, and a 3-cup chopper, and a press of your finger starts the powerful rotation to get the job done with no fuss, minimal cleanup, and easy storage.
NOW $599. The silhouette isn’t unfamiliar—many bakers know the bowl-lift 6-quart KitchenAid Mixer well. It’s been hard to find in stock this year, so locating it at this price (with free Prime shipping—nothing to sneeze at for an item that weighs in at 30 pounds) is a find. It’s available in a range of colors and has plenty of optional accessories, but the power, capacity, and presence of this base unit make it a classic and traditional upgrade for cooks using a hand mixer or those who need more room in the bowl.
NOW $115. Mini refrigerators aren’t usually fashion statements, but this one is. Sleek and compact, the Midea All Fridge is available in several sizes and colors to suit your needs and preferences. The door hinge is reversible, so fitting it into tight college dorm spaces is easier—no need to worry about contorting other items to open in an inconvenient direction. The All Fridge will keep drinks, snacks, and small meal components chilled and ready to serve, including larger 2-liter bottles and gallons. Easy to move and clean, it’s a great gift for someone heading off to school or with an apartment that has a shared or too-small kitchen.
NOW $119.95. Crispy, crunchy deep-fried food, without the oil or cholesterol? The Instant Pot Vortex Plus Air Fryer is fast and easy to use, circulating super-heated air around your food to provide fried texture without the health hazards or mess. Because it’s an Instant Pot, you’ll expect it to do more than one thing, and the Vortex Plus doesn’t disappoint; this unit also bakes, broils, roasts, reheats, and dehydrates—much faster and more thoroughly than an oven.
NOW $69.90 (was $115) (save an extra $10.49 with coupon). On the stovetop, in the oven, under the broiler, and in the refrigerator, the Lodge Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven is a powerful cooking tool that works well in any application. High-temp sauteing and searing are no challenge, and braising and slow cooking are especially effective because of the heat retention inherent in cast iron. And because it’s safe in the oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, it can take on any baking or roasting task. The enamel is nonstick and chip resistant, so this pot will remain shiny and effective for years. Plus, it’s pretty: One of the hardest tasks will be choosing from more than 10 deep, rich colors to enjoy.
NOW $395.93. It’s hard to find multifunctional tools that perform all of their functions well, but the Breville Smart Oven toasts to perfection, bakes, broils, roasts, and defrosts with aplomb, and the convection fans speed up all of these processes. The smart elements detect where more heat is needed and dispatch it, ensuring that every piece of food is cooked evenly and thoroughly. An easy-to-read LCD display takes the mystery out of programming with a few simple presets. Easy to use, easy to clean, and high performing, this oven makes quick work of cooking tasks and means you don’t need to crank up your oven, so it’s especially useful during the warm months.
Prices listed here are accurate as of the last update on 6/23/2021.