Prime Day Is Over, But These Kitchen Deals Just Might Be Even Better

published Oct 12, 2023
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Round two of Prime Day is now in the rearview mirror, and another one won’t come along until next summer. Even though winter sales — namely, Black Friday — will be here before you know it, the wait can feel endless, and cutting it that close to gift-giving holidays can be a risky move. You aren’t completely out of luck if you missed out on Amazon’s Big Deal Days this week, though. The event may have come to a close, but there are still tons of markdowns on products from top brands. KitchenAid, Le Creuset, and more retailers are offering major post-Prime Day discounts on Amazon that are on the same level.

Cookware, small appliances, gadgets, and more are all up for grabs for way less, but believe me, these deals won’t last forever. The longer you wait post-Prime Day, the bigger risk of letting stellar sale prices pass you by. To help your shopping along, we’ve rounded up 10 items that are still marked down on Amazon. You’re welcome!

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was $99.99

Summer may be over, but ice cream never goes out of season. KitchenAid stand mixer owners need this game-changing attachment that whips up the delicious frozen treat — and trust me, once you make your own ice cream, you’ll never want to go back to the store-bought stuff.

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was $139.99

You really can’t beat this deal if you’ve been looking to overhaul your cookware collection. With 2- and 3-quart saucepans, 8- and 10-inch fry pans, and a sauté pan (two removable handles and matching lids), you’ll have all of the pieces you’ll ever need — for under $100, which is rare. Plus, the cream color is super on trend!

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was $129.95

Established cookware brand All-Clad is pricier for a reason, but when any of their pieces goes on sale, we highly recommend jumping on them ASAP. This fry pan’s high quality stainless steel is guaranteed to deliver great results and last for a seriously long time. Contributor Meghan has been using the brand’s cookware for nearly two decades, so she can attest to their durability and longevity.

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was $79.90

If Le Creuset’s famous Dutch oven is a bit out of your price range, we highly recommend this $68 option from Lodge — which is on sale just in time for fall baking! It’s contributor Stella’s go-to for braising meats, stirring risotto, and more. “The enameled surface distributes and retains heat evenly, so whether you’re cooking quick and hot or slow and low, this heavy duty piece of cookware effortlessly completes the task,” she wrote.

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was $54.95

Another item you can snag just in time for fall: this affordable Le Creuset baking dish. The brand is soon retiring the deep teal shade, which is almost 25 percent off right now, and the material is essentially nonstick, so cleanup is a breeze. “This dish bakes evenly and well. I don't have to worry about how my recipe will turn out. I mix it, pour it into the dish, and Le Creuset does its thing!” a reviewer said.

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was $129.99

Over 40,000 people have bought this efficient air fryer in the past month, and we can see why. Kitchn readers swear by this Ninja pick, too, since it can fit up to 4 quarts, you can clean the basket in the dishwasher, and it can air fry, roast, reheat, and dehydrate.

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was $99.99

As a longtime user of this exact machine, I can assure you that it’s easy to use, fast, and reliable — and what more could you ask for in a coffee maker? You can also brew 6-, 8-, and 12-ounce servings in under a minute!

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was $119.99

This bakeware set is constructed with a type of glass that’s designed for high heat tolerance and is oven-safe up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit. SEO editor Sarah took the dishes for a spin, writing that “Everything performed wonderfully. The bakeware held up well to the high heat of the roast and cold temperature of the freezer, came out of the dishwasher unscathed, and looked beautiful while doing so — a big selling point for me.”

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was $29.99

This best-selling chopper is a meal prep superhero. With over 68,000 perfect reviews, contributor Ashley determined that it really did live up to the hype when she tested it by chopping an onion for a salad. “The best part? The pieces were the perfect size, and they were all totally uniform — something I rarely experience when I chop by hand,” she reported.

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was $36.00

Food containers are a must in any kitchen — bonus points if they look nice, too, like this offering from editor-favorite brand Joseph Joseph. With five bowls and lids that nest into each other, it’ll save you tons of space and declutter your cabinets instantly.

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was $399.99

Short on time for cleaning — or have no space to keep a full-size vacuum? This compact robot vacuum will clear up all the dust and debris on your floors with its three-stage cleaning process, and it even has smart mapping technology so it knows exactly when and where to go around your house.

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was $213.00

A quality knife is an essential in any home chef’s kitchen. This Shun option can handle fruit, veggies, meat, and more with total ease, requiring minimal force. It also features a D-shaped Pakkawood handle that’s comfortable to hold, which is more than ideal if you have quite a bit of chopping to do.