BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--What are the best cooker Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2019 deals? Sales experts at The Consumer Post track pressure, slow and rice cooker prices and have rounded up the best Instant Pot, Zojirushi, Hamilton Beach, Ninja and Crock-Pot cooker deals for shoppers. Links to the latest deals are listed below.
Best Cooker deals:
- Save up to 63% on a wide range of pressure cookers, slow cookers, rice cookers & multi-cookers at Walmart - check live prices on top brands including Crock-Pot, Instant Pot, Hamilton Beach, Aroma & more
- Save up to 36% on Aroma, Black & Decker & more top-rated rice cookers at Walmart - save on rice cookers with 20-cup, 16-cup, 8-cup, 6-cup & 3-cup capacity
- Save up to $430 on top-rated Zojirushi rice cookers & warmers at Amazon
- Save up to $190 on a wide range of slow cookers at Amazon - check live prices on Maxi-Matic, Crock-Pot, Ninja, Instant Pot, Hamilton Beach slow cookers & more
- Save up to 50% on Instant Pot multi-cookers at Walmart
- Save up to 50% on waffle makers at Amazon
- Save up to 59% on Ninja pressure cookers at Amazon
- Save up to 53% on Ninja, Presto, Farberware & more top pressure cooker brands at Walmart - save on a wide range of pressure cookers with 23-qt, 8-qt, 6-qt, 4-qt & 3-qt capacity
Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales run for a limited time. We recommend checking Amazon’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals page and Walmart’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday home page for their full range of live deals. The Consumer Post earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Crock Pot’s best known product is its 6-quart Express, considered as the master in slow cooking. It also steams, sautés, browns, and pressure cooks. It has a keep warm and delay start features so it can hold food at the ideal serving temperature until it’s ready to be eaten. The non-sticking cooking pot can simply be loaded into the dishwasher for a stress-free clean up. As an established brand since the '70s, Crock-pot has expanded its products. They have pressure cookers, rice cookers, and even waffle makers in the market today.
How did the term ‘Black Friday’ start? Black Friday’s informal name is rooted in the large increase in revenue from highly discounted sales that begin on the day after Thanksgiving, a significant factor in keeping many retail stores profitable or ‘in the black’.
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