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I'll admit it—I might be a shopping addict. But when you find such great deals, how can you not click that little "add to cart" button? Prime Day may be over, but the deals are still rolling through Amazon's site. I've dug through some of the best products at their best prices, so you can snag a great deal.
How do I do this? We'll I rely on the expertise of my coworkers who have spent hundreds of hours testing products to find out which are the best. I then use price tracking tools (and a little searching) to find them at the best possible price. This Saturday, you can save on Instant Pots, Apple Airpods, and so much more.
1. Half off: The most popular Instant Pot on the market
If you haven't gotten an Instant Pot yet, what are you waiting for? It's literally at the lowest price we've ever seen, so you don't really have an excuse. Right now, it's just $50, which is half off and an insane deal. We've never seen it this low and I'm honestly shocked that it's still on sale. People (including myself) love this magical cooking device because it can literally do it all while saving time thanks to its pressure cooking setting. You can steam vegetables, cook rice, and even bake in it—and fast. It's also great for summer cooking when you're already hot and don't want to turn on your oven.
You can also get the Instant Pot in its new colors red, teal, and white—you'll just have to pay $50 more.
2. Lowest price: This strainer that's better than a colander
Pasta might be the easiest thing to cook, but actually straining it is the annoying part. It's super tedious to move the pasta into a colander just to put it back into the pot to added sauce or butter. This genius strainer cuts out the middleman by simply snapping to the side of a pot and draining water without losing any precious noodles. It perfect for lazy people and those just trying to streamline dinner.
We haven't tested this product ourselves, but with more than 1,700 reviews and a 4.5 average rating on Amazon, it's a cult favorite kitchen product. Right now, you can get it for its lowest price in the color red.
3. Lowest price: A device that can make any style of egg
Prime Day brought discounts on a ton of cult-favorite cooking products—and you can still get the Dash Egg Cooker for its lowest price in the colors black, red, and aqua. Let's be honest: Cooking eggs is quite difficult. Too many times the yolk is overly runny or overcooked, essentially ruining your breakfast. But this egg cooker cooks every style of egg perfectly and will help you whip up deviled eggs as an appetizer or a quick breakfast. When we tested this egg cooker, we found that it actually works and and still use it to make a quick breakfast in the office.
4. $100 off: Our favorite affordable mattress in a box
If you're still sleeping on that old mattress from college, it might be time for an upgrade—and this deal is the perfect time to do so. Tuft & Needle makes the best affordable mattress in a box we've ever tested because it's easy to install, reasonable priced, and super comfortable. Right now, you can get it for $100 in the full, queen, and king sizes, which is only $20 more than its Prime Day price.
5. Low price: Apple AirPods
Apple's elite true wireless headphones are usually quite pricey, but right now you can get them for $15 off at Amazon. Now, $15 off doesn't seem like a lot, but when it comes to a rare sale on Apple products, we'll take it. Not only are they popular, but Apple AirPods are the best true wireless earphones out there. They are lightweight, connect easily to Apple products, and are completely wireless. Bonus: They sound much better than their wired counterparts and also comes with a simple charging case and impressive battery life. These 'buds won't be back in stock until July, 24, but you can still take advantage of the sale price.
Prices are accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.