In Bitcoin, fees tend to decrease as you target longer block confirmation times. For example, a standard transaction with 1 input and 2 outputs has a fee of approx. $3.06 for confirmation within 6 blocks. If I target confirmation within 40 blocks the fee drops to $0.95 cents - a significant savings. If I target confirmation within 1440 blocks the fee drops further to approx. $0.48 cents.
For Ethereum I was only able to find fee estimates for 3 levels of speed - low, average high. Low speed targets confirmation within (approx.) the next 15 min, average targets confirmation within 2 min 39 sec and high targets confirmation within the next 30 seconds. The cost of each target is $1.97, $2.57 and $4.08 respectively (at the time of writing).
My question is this: Is it possible to target longer confrimation times (such as 60 min, 400 min and 24 hrs) to reduce fees even further (like we can do with Bitcoin)? If so, how can I get estimates for targeting confirmation within N blocks/minutes for Ethereum?