Hey, Disney fans: This Mickey Mouse Instant Pot is on sale for $59 at Walmart's Deals for Days event

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Hot-Diggity-Dog, and anything else you want to cook too! (Photo: Walmart)
Hot-Diggity-Dog, and anything else you want to cook too! (Photo: Walmart)

Ah, Mickey Mouse. Whether you think of his classic cartoons or his modern-day reimagining, his patient T-shirt pose or his pointing fingers from that famous watch-face, he's a mouse to be reckoned with. Maybe you even know him as Topolino, as he's referred to in Italy, or Mi Lao Shu in China. After almost 100 years, that classic three-circle face comes in many names and many forms, but the one universal truth is that the plucky mouse's smile always brightens people's day.

Now you can add a bit of Disney whimsy to your kitchen counter, with Mickey wrapped around one of the most celebrated cookware products of the last decade: the Instant Pot 6-Quart Duo Electric Pressure Cooker. This cult-fave appliance was already well worth it at the original price of $79, but Walmart has sweetened the metaphorical pot by knocking a full 25 percent off. That means you can score this popular Mickey Mouse pressure cooker in white for only $59!

Yes, in the midst of a little healthy competition, Walmart is stealing the show with an Anti-Prime Day sale called Deals for Days. And this particularly delightful deal will bring a smile to your kitchen!

Walmart will give you free shipping on orders of $35 or more. To score free shipping on all orders, plus lots more benefits including speedy delivery, sign up for Walmart+. Get a free 15-day trial here (a quick three-question survey will add on an additional two weeks for a solid 30 days of use).

A fun instant pot that'll have you flipping your lid! (Photo: Walmart)
A fun instant pot that'll have you flipping your lid! (Photo: Walmart)

Not only is this 7-in-1 gizmo easy to clean — boasting fingerprint-resistant, stainless-steel sides and a dishwasher-safe lid, inner pot and accessories — it'll also help you keep the kitchen clear of clutter, taking the place of so many other appliances. That's right, it does the job of an electric pressure cooker, rice cooker, slow cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, sauté pan and food warmer all in one compact, cartoon character adorned device.

Want to cut down on your workload? Let the Instant Pot handle it, with 13 Smart Touch customizable programs for automatically whipping up beans, ribs, soup, stew, desserts and more. You can even make Walt Disney's favorite dish, chili, with just a push of a button and feel like you're smack dab in the middle of that Burbank commissary where Mickey Mouse was so often sketched.

Mickey is all over this model. (Photo: Walmart)
Mickey is all over this model. (Photo: Walmart)

Disney fans and foodies alike can't get enough of this fun and fancy-free pressure cooker. "I love this Instant Pot!!" one five-star reviewer shared. "The Mickey Mouse version is exactly like the regular six-quart Duo — just prettier. This has changed how I cook."

"So easy to use and makes dinner a breeze!" another noted. "This one appliance replaces several others, plus it makes me happy. Easy preparation and easy cleanup. It is a no-brainer!" In fact, 88 percent of customers who reviewed the Mickey Mouse Instant Pot gave it a full five stars, many echoing the sentiment of this reviewer: "OMG, it's the cutest!!!"

Don't wait another second. Bring the world's most iconic cartoon character and America's favorite multicooker into your kitchen before this deal is, well, done.

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