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Instant Pot DUO 8-Quart Pressure Cooker $76.49 Shipped (Regularly $170) + Earn Kohl’s Cash

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instant pot tipsHop on over to Kohls.com where you can snag this Instant Pot DUO 7-in-1 Programmable 8-Quart Pressure Cooker for just $89.99 shipped (regularly $169.99)!

Even sweeter, sign up for Kohl’s Mobile Sale Alerts by texting SAVE24 to 56457 and you’ll score a unique discount code valid for 15% off your online purchase. If you are already receiving Kohl’s text offers, you can try first texting STOP to 56457 and then text SAVE24 to 56457.

Plus, through September 9th, get $10 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 you spend. Your Kohl’s Cash will then be redeemable from September 13th – September 23rd.

Check out this deal idea…

Instant Pot DUO 7-in-1 Programmable 8-Quart Pressure Cooker
Use unique 15% off text code
Just $76.49 shipped (regularly $169.99) + Earn $10 Kohl’s Cash


This 7-in-1 pressure cooker features 14 smart programs including soup, meat/stew, bean/chili, poultry, sauté/simmer, rice, multigrain, pressure cook and more and is the perfect size for larger families!

The LCD display shows the progress of your dish from preheating, cooking and warming settings. Plus, it cooks two to six times faster while using up to 70% less energy.

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Comments 14

  1. Ashlie

    Does anyone know if this will be the best price for the 8qt? Or is there a possibility that the Black Friday savings with $15 kohl’s cash or 30% off will be a better deal? I have a reward and 15% off so it’ll be $76 for me.

    • Shirley Yeo

      You can type Instant Pot in the search bar at the top LHS of the Hip2save site to peruse previous deals. Hope that helps! 🙂

  2. Dee

    Does anyone have a coupon for 15 or 20% off that you’re not using that I may have?? I have some Carters fun cash and Old Navy super cash that you can have. I will also email you the $10 Kohl’s cash after I purchase the instant pot. Pls email me at thuylong5 at gmail dot com. TIA

  3. Janice

    Emailed you

  4. VB_Clipper

    Just found out my Williams Sonoma offers cooking classes, many are free but some cost….any-who…. my store is doing a few demos with the Insta-Pot and there is one that offers a Insta-Pot Cookbook w/class and another that offers a Insta-Pot Tool w/class.

  5. Sandra

    Eek excited I took the plunge. I’ve been debating and debating and decided having the extra room to make more for leftovers is what would be best for us even if it takes a wee bit longer to pressurize. Also Bonus found out I had 10 rewards bucks to use too so brought the price down even more. Now just to figure out how to make those 6qt recipes for the 8qt.

    • Liza (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yay! Glad you were able to snag one Sandra! And awesome that you had the extra savings too! 🙂

    • AZ

      Just keep in mind that the 8 qt will also take longer to release pressure compared to the 6 qt. (this matters a lot when you need to release pressure after 5-10 min in certain recipes that call for it to avoid overcooking something) and you’ll need more water (1.5 c minimum) for it to work vs. a smaller sized IP. As far as recipes go, most recipes that you see will be for the 6 qt. and you would keep cook times the same, increase the amount of solid food in the recipe (but be careful not to go past the Max line, obviously!) and ensure that you have enough water to bring the IP to pressure. HTH!

      • Shirley Yeo

        Great tips! Thanks so much. Debating on buying one and didn;t realize all recipes are for 6Q..8Q seems better to allow for leftovers. Do most have 6Q? Must be site that translates recipes from 6q to 8Q -d o you think?
        Thanks for your great advice! 🙂

        • AZ

          Yes, the 6 qt is the most popular size…I have a one for my family of 4 and it makes *plenty* of leftovers and cooks in bulk easily. If you have a family of 6 or more, then I’d go w/ the 8 qt….otherwise the 6 is plenty spacious enough. There’s no site that translates recipes from one size to the other…and it’s not necessary either. You can easily just double the quantities of everything in the recipe, but just be sure to stay below the max line, keep your cook time the same as the recipe states, and account for any liquid that will not evaporate (so you don’t need to double the liquid in the recipe necessarily). Join the IP community group on FB for more advice!

  6. Bhumi

    Hi , we have one in target called Instant pot duo80 on sale so is this both the same?

  7. Jacklyn

    So i tried to get the 15% code but it said that i already receive the text….. however i never got one for a 15% off code just the one for labor day.

  8. Leslie

    Legos at Kohls!!!!!!!! I almost cried tears of joy when I was at work there today. I can’t wait for our 35% off employee discount weekend.

    • Liza (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing Leslie! We will have to keep an eye out for the LEGOs at our stores too!

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