Amazon: Instant Pot Ultra 3-Quart Programmable Pressure Cooker Just $75.64 Shipped (Reg. $120)

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Hop on over to Amazon where you can snag this highly rated Instant Pot Ultra 3-Quart 10-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker for just $75.64 shipped (regularly $119.95) – lowest price ever!

This energy efficient pressure cooker now features automatic altitude adjustment, a visual progress bar and steam release auto-reset. It sautes, sears, steams and sterilizes and can easily replace your pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, egg cooker and more!

It is the perfect size for single servings, side dishes and cooking for two.

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Comments 13

  1. Mrs.W

    I used to want an instant pot thanks to your videos I just want your fryer now! LOL

    • Mrs.W

      An air fryer not your fryer!😂

  2. klpps

    Lowest price ever? This was $20 cheaper last week as an Amazon daily deal and Kohl’s had it for $59 with $15 cash back a couple months ago.

    • agray84

      They didn’t have the ultra do that price. It was the duo 3 quart that was that price. This is a great buy!

    • klpps

      Ah I see! Got it.

  3. ToriSC

    My question is if you could only have 10 appliances which 10 would they be? Dishwasher, stove & refrigerator would be 3 but what about the other 7? There is only so much counter space.

    • 50ShadesofLipstick

      Instant Pot, Kitchenaid stand mixer, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker, food processor, and blender

    • GotItTogetherish

      Toaster, microwave, kitchen aid, instant pot or slow cooker, juicer, coffee pot (that should be #1 lol), ninja blender

  4. Blue

    Coffee pot, KitchenAid stand mixer, blender, Cosori, microwave, food processor, waffle maker.

  5. Blue

    Coffee pot, KitchenAid stand mixer, blender, food pro, Cosori, waffle maker

  6. shanel

    Is this big enough for a family of 6?

    • Karen

      In my opinion, no. I have a 6 quart for two of us. You will be restricted on what you can make. This would be good for side dishes, yogurt, or single items. If you make roasts or whole chickens, this would be too small. I’ve seen where many people have both this size and a 6 or 8 quart.

    • agray84

      I have two 6qt and 1 3qt. I wouldn’t recommend it for a family of six

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