Amazon Canada Amazon.ca: Instant Pot Duo Mini 3-Quart 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker $67.99 (regularly $89.95) Get an Instant Pot Duo Mini 7-in-1 Cooker for $68!

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Cook your holiday meals faster with this deal from Amazon.ca, because you can get the Instant Pot Duo Mini 3-Quart 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker for $67.99 (regularly $89.95) with free shipping, for a total savings of $21.96!

This is the lowest historical price ever for the three-quart model, but the six-quart DUO60 model will be $69.99 at Canadian Tire on Black Friday for those looking for a larger Instant Pot.

However, this smaller Instant Pot may be a better choice for small household or students, as it is a fully-featured 7-in-1 model in a compact 3-quart package, meaning it's less unwieldy and easier to store if you have minimal counter-space. Product features include:

  • All the features of the Instant Pot duo -- the bestselling electric pressure cooker in North America
  • Generous 3-quart capacity, great for smaller families or where space is at a premium
  • Emits no steam, heat or cooking smells
  • Features fully automatic pressure cook programs, three slow cook heat settings, saute, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, delay start and auto keep warm
  • 700W of power to reach pressure quickly
  • Stainless steel internal components including lid and inner cooking pot

This offer is available for a limited time and Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

Not an Amazon Prime member? Read our guide to see what it has to offer and find out if it's right for you.

While these items were in stock at the listed prices at the time this deal was posted, Amazon practices dynamic product replacement -- once their stock of an item is depleted, it may be replaced with the same item sold by a third-party retailer for a different price. Double-check that the listed price and shipping fees we posted are still available before you buy.

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    • These are really nice and discovered why people recommend them so much, some positives off the top of my head are that the food tastes better, it reduces cooking time significantly, save on your electricity bill, they are actually easier to clean then you might think. But I do recommend getting at least the 6 quart version just in case you have company or feel the need to mow down on some leftovers.
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    • 3 qt or 6qt for a student living on their own? Seems to be same price for the 6 qt at canadian tires starting thursday.
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    • GeorgeC766546 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 3:43 am
      3 qt or 6qt for a student living on their own? Seems to be same price for the 6 qt at canadian tires starting thursday.
      How much will CT sell the 6qt for?
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    • Woo! Thanks OP. I was hoping the smallest one would go on sale.
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    • Sgt_Strider wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 3:49 am
      How much will CT sell the 6qt for?
      69.99, and 10% Canadian Tire Gift card at rexall too
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    • GeorgeC766546 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 3:43 am
      3 qt or 6qt for a student living on their own? Seems to be same price for the 6 qt at canadian tires starting thursday.
      The 3 quart will limit your pot in pot options but the 6 quart is pretty big for one person.

      If I were you id get the 3 quart.
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    • GeorgeC766546 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 3:43 am
      3 qt or 6qt for a student living on their own? Seems to be same price for the 6 qt at canadian tires starting thursday.
      I live on my own and have the 6qt, 3 qt would be too small for large things like pork ribs, whole chicken and soup.
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    • GeorgeC766546 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 3:43 am
      3 qt or 6qt for a student living on their own? Seems to be same price for the 6 qt at canadian tires starting thursday.
      this is a pressure cooker and no one in the universe would recommend a 3qt pressure cooker. it is not actually 3qt of food unless you are making a stew. there will be air in there. so this 3qt is PROBABLY literally one meal for an adult male

      for comparison, here they recommend a 6qt and 8qt https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-pressure-cooker/
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    • I too am wondering whether I should get the 3 or 6qt.

      I'm one person, but I like to have leftovers, so I'm leaning towards the 6. But my worry with the 6 is that there may be a minimum liquid amount I'd have to use. For example, would I be able just to make a small amount of something if I wanted?
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    • GeorgeC766546 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 3:58 am
      69.99, and 10% Canadian Tire Gift card at rexall too
      I think BB is selling the 8qt for $99 next week. I want to get one that's enough to cook for 5-6 people.
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    • alexh9 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 4:30 am
      But my worry with the 6 is that there may be a minimum liquid amount I'd have to use. For example, would I be able just to make a small amount of something if I wanted?
      to really know what you're buying, look up and read the user manual before you buy. you will find that the amount of water needed for pressure cooking is measured in cups. we're talking 0.5 to 2.0 cups of liquid for the entire thing to run
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    • alexh9 wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 4:30 am
      I too am wondering whether I should get the 3 or 6qt.

      I'm one person, but I like to have leftovers, so I'm leaning towards the 6. But my worry with the 6 is that there may be a minimum liquid amount I'd have to use. For example, would I be able just to make a small amount of something if I wanted?

      Yes, you only need a cup of water in it to pressure steam for eg.

      Look at some youtube vids, the 3 qt is bigger than it sounds, theres a vid showing someone steam 3 large sweet potatoes cut into 6 halves. At a guess Its probably quicker to cook with as less volume to bring up to pressure.

      Instant pots allow you to fill 2/3rd max in the pot for pressure cooking, so if you think about it that's 2 quarts of food you could make. Quite a lot still.

      If you plan on making in bulk though, grab the 6.
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    • I purchased this in addition to the 8qt I already have. At the price points now, it's worth having both for maximum versatility imo. When cooking rice for 2-3 people, I find the larger one is overkill.
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    • Sgt_Strider wrote:
      Nov 20th, 2017 4:30 am
      I think BB is selling the 8qt for $99 next week. I want to get one that's enough to cook for 5-6 people.
      I hope amazon has the same deal, that is the one I also want.
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    • Thanks, good deal
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    • I have the 6qt one, it's way too big for my need, we have only 2 people in the house , would prefer eat fresh with smaller pot :P
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    • 3 qt ain't gonna cut it if you want left-overs. soups and stews are generally much tastier when they sit in the fridge for a night or two anyway. i say get the bigger one!

      but heh, lots of happy people posting positive experiences with the smaller 3 qt pot. to each their own, we all deserve to be happy. :)
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    • I have the 6 qt, I generally make recipes that yield 4-6 portions. Leftovers and packed lunches for a few days. I do feel a little silly using it to make just 1 cup of rice, but it works fine.
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    • WM has a better deal IMO.
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