The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals You Can Still Get

Prime Day might be over, but that doesn't mean the sales stopped.

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It's official: Amazon Prime Day is over. For the uninitiated, during these two days (Tuesday and Wednesday, July 12 and 13) Amazon slashed prices on thousands of items, including all things kitchen-related. But, fear not! There are still plenty of great Prime Day deals happening.

We parsed through them to find our favorite sales available right now.

Editor's Picks

  • DII Swedish Dishcloth Set

    lemon swedish dish cloths

    Normally $18, Now $14

    Swedish dishcloths are the reusable sponge-paper towel hybrid you need (need!) in your kitchen. Why? They're incredibly absorbent, dry rapidly, and are perfect for cleaning dishes, wiping down counters and stovetops, and more. You can read all about why we love Swedish dishcloths here.

    A Swedish dishcloth underneath a running faucet

    Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

  • Chef'n FreshForce Citrus Juicer

    Chef'n ® FreshForce Citrus Juicer

    Normally $25, Now $18

    When life gives you lemons, you need this juicer, which is our favorite manual-style model. It can juice a citrus half in one swift movement—no grinding back and forth, no juice on your hands—plus, it extracts more citrus oil from the peels, for more fragrant juice. And at less than $20, there's really no excuse not to get it.

    Juice being squeeze from a lemon into a small metal measuring cup.

    Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

  • Lodge 10.25-Inch Cast Iron Skillet

    Lodge 10.25-Inch Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet

    Normally $30, Now $20

    There's so much you can do with a cast iron pan. We use ours all the time for both sweet and savory recipes including pan-roasted chicken and skillet chocolate cake. And, right now, the Lodge 10.25-inch pan is just $20 (33% off). It happens to be our favorite cast-iron skillet, besting ones that cost hundreds of dollars.

    Cast iron pan pizza

    Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

  • Stasher Silicone Reusable Storage Bags

    Stasher Silicone Storage Bags

    Normally $55, Now $40

    If you're looking to cut back on your use of single-use plastics, investing in a set of sturdy, durable, and easy to use reusable silicone bags is a good move. A few Serious Eats staffers own these Stasher bags and are big fans. There lots of single Stasher bags on sale for Prime Day so you can shop around and get just what you need or buy a four-piece set.

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  • Cuisinart 7-Quart Dutch Oven

    cuisinart dutch oven

    Normally $100, Now $70

    The larger version of our favorite budget-friendly Dutch oven is $30 off right now. Oh, think of the things you can do with a great Dutch oven! Like soups, stews, braises, and no-knead bread.

    Photo of a red Cuisinart Dutch oven

    Serious Eats / Emily Dryden

  • Coffee Gator French Press Coffee Maker

    Coffee Gator 34-Ounce French Press Coffee Maker

    Normally $55, Now $40

    One of our favorite French press coffee makers is $15 off. Made out of durable, layered stainless steel, this affordable French press keeps coffee hot for a long period of time. It's also one of our favorite cold brew coffee makers. (Note: The grey color is the only one discounted.)

    Plunging Gator French Press

    Serious Eats / Ashley Rodriguez

  • Bentgo Kids Prints Lunch Box

    Bentgo Kids Prints Lunch Box

    Normally $40, Now $27

    This snazzy five-compartment kids bento-style lunchbox is 50% off—a great deal! We love the cute, durable case and little compartments. Find some kid-friendly recipes to fill it with here.

  • Bentgo Classic All-in-One Stackable Bento Lunch Box Container

    Bento Lunch Box Container

    Normally $30, Now $15

    Like your kid's Bentgo Kids Prints Bento-style lunch box? Well, the good news is twofold: One, they have a classic (read: adult) version, and two, it's 50% off. If you're RTO, this is a great pick.

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  • Anova Culinary Wi-Fi Immersion Circulator

    Anova sous vide cooker

    Normally $220, Now $140

    Our favorite sous vide machine with on-board display (for those not looking to fiddle with an app) is on super-sale. However, for those looking for an app-controlled model, it also has that and is WiFi- and Bluetooth-enabled. It's quiet and pretty dang accurate, too.

    Anova Precision Cooker with Cambro water bath

    Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

  • AeroGarden Harvest

    AeroGarden Harvest

    Normally $165, Now $90

    If you want to try your hand at gardening but don’t have any outdoor space, an Aerogarden is a great solution. The hydroponics system makes growing fresh herbs in your home or apartment easy. All you have to do is add seed pods, water, and more water or nutrients when the Aerogarden tells you to. You can grow herbs, lettuce, and even cherry tomatoes.

  • Kuhn Rikon Auto Safety LidLifter/Can Opener

    Kuhn Rikon Safety Can Opener

    Normally $31, Now $22

    Our top safety can opener pick is $9 off right now. It's intuitive to use, has built-in pinchers to lift lids off, and comes in three colors (all of which are on sale).

    Kuhn Rikon safety can opener

    Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

  • Libbey Classic Can Tumbler Glasses

    Libbey Beer Can Glasses

    Normally $27, Now $18

    These glasses from Libbey (which makes super-solid glassware) are great for summertime cocktails, spritzers, beer, smoothies, and iced coffee or cold brew. Plus, now that they're on sale, they're less than $5 a pop.

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  • All-Clad Stainless Steel Saucepan with Lid

    all-clad saucepan

    Normally $180, Now $120

    While we're Team Saucier over saucepan, you can't go wrong, really, with any piece of stainless steel cookware from All-Clad...especially at 33% off. A 3-quart saucepan is the move if you're looking for all-around useful size.

  • Traeger Grills Pro Series 34 Electric Wood Pellet Grill and Smoker


    Normally $700, Now $600

    We've reviewed Traegers favorably in the past and while we haven't tried this particular model, it's a good price for a Traeger, which is the pioneer of pellet smoking. Another Traeger grill we like (the Lil' Tex Elite) is also currently on sale for about $500.

  • Zojirushi Stainless Steel Mug

    Zojirushi SM-KHE48AG Stainless Steel Mug, 16-Ounce, Smoky Blue

    Normally $30, Now $22

    If you want a travel mug that keeps your coffee or tea INCREDIBLY hot for hours and hours on end, this one from Zojirushi is it. It also has a lock button on its lid and a spout that's easy to drink from. It's Grace's go-to for bringing coffee or tea on a hike, since it's so leakproof.

    Zojirushi Travel Mug

    Serious Eats / Taylor Murray

  • Breville the Barista Express Espresso Machine

    Breville Espresso machine

    Normally $750, Now $650

    We tested a similar model to this one in our espresso machines review and while we didn't name it our top pick, our coffee expert called it "a great option for someone who wants an all-in-one espresso experience." The machine features a built-in grinder, digital temperature controls, and more.

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  • Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Brewer


    Normally $330, Now $230

    While it's not our favorite coffee maker, if you enjoy tinkering to get the perfect brew, this Moccamaster might be worth getting (we found its brew basket had to be agitated during brewing in order for it to extract properly). Plus, it's 12% off. If you're looking for a slightly simpler machine, check out our automatic drip coffee brewer review, and this one that goes through our budget picks.

    The Cafe Smart and Technivorm on a countertop

    Serious Eats / Ashley Rodriguez

  • Ozera Popsicle Molds

    Ozera Reusable Ice Pop Molds, Set of 6

    Normally $20, Now $14

    Our budget-friendly popsicle mold recommendation is currently 35% off. We found them easy to fill and quick to unmold. The set features drip guards and comes with a silicone funnel and cleaning brush.

    Popsicle mold

    Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

  • Igloo 40 Quart MaxCold Wheeled Cooler

    Igloo MaxCold 40 Quart Wheeled Cooler

    Normally $70, Now $48

    This was our best affordable pick in our cooler review (it nearly kept pace in ice retention with the Yeti Tundra 45 Cooler) and now it's $32 off! Snap this deal up and you'll have a great cooler to bring to the beach this summer.

    Side angle of the Igloo Max Cold Cooler

    Donna Currie


When is Prime Day 2022?

It's official: Amazon Prime Day 2022 will be happening July 12 and 13, according to a press release from the company.

What is Amazon Prime Day?

Amazon Prime Day is one of the biggest sales events of the year and offers discounts on a huge range of products (including kitchen, home, clothing, and more). Prime Day includes deals that are offered for the entirety of the two-day event, as well as Lightening Deals that are available for a limited amount of time and often sell out very quickly.

Do I need to be an Amazon Prime member to shop Prime Day Deals?

Yes, to shop Prime Day deals you must be an Amazon Prime member. If you're not already a Prime member, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial. (Prime costs $14.99/month or $139/year.)

What other brands have sales around Prime Day?

A lot of other major retailers (including Target, Nordstrom, Walmart, and Bed, Bath & Beyond) also offer deals during Prime Day. Smaller retailers—like ThermoWorks and Made In—have offered deals in the past during this time period too. You can expect retailers to do much of the same this year.

Additional reporting by
Ariel Kanter
Ariel Kanter
Ariel Kanter is the director of commerce at Serious Eats, where she manages everything from equipment reviews to gift guides. She's been with the site since 2016. Her writing has also appeared in New York magazine, Time Out New York, amNewYork, Afar, Today and Refinery29.
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