The demand for these two gadgets all but guarantees that the big doorbusters from each brand will sell out. (It doesn’t mean they won’t return later in the season, but no promises.) We’ve already seen it happen with Walmart’s $119 deal on the 13-in-1 Foodi, which is already out of stock after being on sale for a day or two.
We’ll keep you posted on any new price drops and availability changes from early Black Friday events across the internet. We’re specifically on the lookout for a discount on the WiFi-enabled Instant Pot Pro Plus, which has only dropped by $50 a few times in the past.
All newly added deals have been marked with a ✨, and any multicookers marked with a ⚡️ are already at their Black Friday price, as confirmed by select retailers’ early Black Friday sales. Anything with a strikeout was either sold out or no longer available at the sale price at the time of writing, but check back often — we’re updating this page constantly.
If Instant Pots in the 10-or-more functions realm seem like overkill, the 7-in-1 Instant Pot Duo is a classic choice — especially at just $50. It acts as a pressure cooker, rice cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, sauté pan, and food warmer, all of which can be customized through 13 one-touch programs for more specific menu items like rice or stew.
Walmart has silently dropped one of the newest Foodi models, the 6.5-quart OL501, to $129 — a genuinely unbelievable $150 off its usual $279.99 and $30 cheaper than the sale price Amazon is offering for the same model. The 6.5-quart Foodi is spacious enough for cooking two layers at once with a separation rack and crisp basket included. A whopping 14 functions in total span techniques from sous vide to yogurt making to dough proofing.
At more than 50% off, you could buy a handful of these 8-quart Insignia multicookers for the price of one Instant Pot of the same capacity. The Insignia model doesn’t make yogurt like most Instant Pots, but its selection of 12 presets does include searing, sautéing, and making cake.