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A $49 Instant Pot steal and more great Walmart Cyber Monday kitchen finds (updated)

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This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2019, your source for the season’s best gifts and deals, hand-picked by the experts at CNET.

Holiday season has officially arrived, and with that comes the inevitable downpour of sales. And right now, Cyber Monday is in full swing. Although Walmart has been releasing its sale prices since the beginning of Black Friday, there are a handful of new additions for Cyber Monday that are worth checking out and quickly snatching up before everything is sold out. 

Right now on Walmart’s website, you can browse all the items that are on sale. From Instant Pots to robot vacuums, check out our favorite kitchen and home items with discounted prices, and for the full list of Cyber Monday deals visit Walmart.com.

Read more: The best Black Friday deals on kitchen appliances and cookware


These nonstick dishwasher-safe pans, which come in a bright red or blue, arrive with a mini egg pan, two fry pans, a sauce pan, a soup pot, silicone tongs and a slotted spatula. 


If you just want an Instant Pot, scroll down to see one of the best deals around, but if you’d like more for your money, check out Walmart’s Instant Pot bundle offers for Black Friday. Choose one of three Instant Pot models and then select the accessory of your choice, like a silicone egg rack, silicone steamer insert or silicone egg bite mold — for an additional $2-$5 depending on the item selected (the accessories normally retail for $11 and up apiece).


In the market for a stand mixer? Save $211 on this tilt-head stand mixer available in four colors, including this fetching twilight blue.


Save $35 on this Ninja blender, brimming with 1,000 watts of power. Let the powerful blades crush, blend and puree all your ice and ingredient needs for large quantities of margaritas, daiquiris, milkshakes and smoothies. 


This Pioneer Woman 20-piece gadget set is marked down to $20 from $39, brimming with all of Ree’s essential kitchen tools and decorated in bright colors and florals. The set includes a peeler, a julienne peeler, a grater, a whisk, tongs, a spatula, a spoon, a basting brush, a wood turner, four measuring spoons, four measuring cups, a large measuring cup, a spoon rest and a cutting board.  


This single-serving Keurig coffee maker (normally $59) is the ideal gift for the caffeine lovers in your life. Not only is this Keurig’s slimmest coffee maker, but it’s also available in five different colors, so it can easily fit in and match any kitchen. 


We can’t pass up a good Instant Pot deal (down from $100!), and this seven-in-one multiuse model is the best kitchen appliance for cooking any warm dish this winter: Soups, stews, chilis and more can be made at the push of a button. 


Air fryers (a smaller version of a convection oven) are all the rage right now, and if you’ve been itching to get your hands on your own to make healthy baked French fries, you’ll want to capitalize on this deal. At nearly half the original price ($49 down from $99), this digital air fryer is supereasy to use with four built-in smart programs, allowing you to roast, fry, bake and reheat your favorite dishes.  


Clean up wrapping paper bits and Christmas tree needles more easily this holiday season with a robot vacuum from Shark. Controlled using an app on your phone, the vacuum (originally $349) quietly and seamlessly maneuvers across your floor, which means you’ll never have to think about vacuuming the house again. 

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This story was written by Grace Gonzalez for Chowhound.


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