Ree Drummond's New Instant Pots Are Definitely Going to Sell Out

The new designs are SO pretty — you might want to snag one before Black Friday.

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October 17, 2019
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The Pioneer Woman has done it again! Ree Drummond just launched two brand-new Instant Pots just in time for the holiday season. Based on how we've seen these launches sell in the past, you might want to get your hands on one as soon as possible. Here's what to know.

The New Instant Pots Are Cheaper

To start, Ree's latest Instant Pots are cheaper than her originals because these pots are part of the Instant Pot DUO line, which is a little more simplified compared to the Instant Pot LUX line she used for her original collection. These new Instant Pots retail for $89 full-price, while the LUX usually retails for $99. That's already a $10 drop — and once these models go on sale, we guarantee they'll sell out quick.

You'll Find a New Color

In addition to new floral prints, this round of Instant Pots comes in a bright coral-red called "Frontier Rose" (pictured above). Good news for anyone who's not a fan of the original blue. Though, if blue is more your thing, there's also a teal hue called "Dazzling Dahlia," that comes with a beautiful prairie flower print.

They're Available for 2-Day Shipping

Although Ree's line is available exclusively at Walmart, you don't have to wait to receive your product if you order it online. Both of Ree's new Instant Pots are eligible for 2-day shipping, which is great news if you're pressed for time, or you know, just can't wait to start cooking!

While these Instant Pots may seem abundant now, don't be surprised if they start flying off the shelves come Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you have a Pioneer Woman fan in your life (or maybe that's you!), we strongly suggest purchasing this product now so come Christmas you'll be a better gift-giver than Santa!

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