KitchenAid Coupons January 2020
How to Save up to $100 on KitchenAid Mixers
KitchenAid stand-alone mixers are a necessity, according to various cooking shows and wedding registries. You won’t see a famous kitchen without one, available in every color of the rainbow. Sadly, not all of us are having our own cooking show or getting married right now. KitchenAid mixers are good looking and very useful, but even with all those qualities, the price might be hard to justify sometimes.
We looked all over the internet to find ways to score this mixer and still have money left for ingredients that will be put in it for fluffy baked goods and meals.
Here are 6 ways to buy KitchenAid mixer and save $100:
1. Refurbished models
There is an entire section dedicated to factory-refurbished models on KitchenAid website, called the Outlet Store. Refurbished models are virtually new, used a time or two for events like cooking demonstrations or photo sessions. In some cases the mixer might have a minor scratch or imperfection. If you can deal with that, you can get it for about $100 less and save a nice chunk of cash to put towards groceries to go with the nice loaf of bread you are about to whip.
2. Track price changes
The prices of kitchen appliances often fluctuate at Kohl’s, Target, Walmart, Amazon, and others. You have a choice of watching the smallest changes and tracking trends or you can let others do this work for you.
3. KitchenAid promotions
Check KitchenAid website for periodic rebates on select models and buy only when you spot a deal like that. You will get your mixer and a rebate in the form of Visa gift card. The rebates are not very large, but every little bit helps.
Another option is to scan internet and coupon aggregation sites for possible sales and promotion codes at various merchants for KitchenAid mixers.
4. Discontinued models
The manufacturer can sometimes discontinue certain colors and then the remainder of the stock in that color goes on significant sale. These deals can be had at various kitchen supply stores and discount retailers like Marshall’s or TJ Maxx.
5. Mini version
Mini mixer has been introduced just last year and is 20% smaller and 25% lighter than the original version. It makes great sense for those of us who don’t have a very large kitchen or a big family to eat all those cookies at once. This mini version has the exact power motor and about $100 smaller price tag. Worth considering, right?
6. Black Friday
If you can wait, do it! You might have to fight the crowds on Thanksgiving evening or hurry to order your mixer online, but some incredible deals are possible on Black Friday. JC Penney, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Sears, and Sam’s Club have had KitchenAid mixers for under $200 on Black Fridays after all coupons and rebates.