Looking to get a KitchenAid mixer for half price? It’s a lofty goal, but doable. KitchenAid stand mixers retail anywhere from $299.99 for a Classic Plus Series 4.5-Qt and $1099.99 for a Limited Edition Pro Line 7-Qt Mixer.
While most think buying a KitchenAid mixer as an investment, they go on sale often. So, if you’re in the market for one, there’s no reason to pay full price.
1. Buy the 6-quart KitchenAid Pro 600 Series Stand Mixer at Kohl’s for less than $260.
Where’s the best place to buy a KitchenAid mixer? Shop Kohl’s. It’s an easy way to get a KitchenAid model cheap. The KitchenAid Pro 600 Series 6-qt. Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer, which can handle mixing up to 13 dozen cookies or 8 loaves of bread dough, is regularly priced at $529.99 at Kohl’s.
Look for a sale price or rebate that lowers the price to at least $329.99. Earn Kohl’s Cash of $60 plus $15 Kohl’s Rewards for members (free to sign up) to use on later purchases. With both of these incentives, it’s as if you spent $254.99 on a mack-daddy mixer that comes with a dough hook, flat beater, wire whisk, and wide-chute pouring shield.
Compare this deal to the KitchenAid Appliance Outlet refurbished model priced at $289.99. Cha-ching!
Never miss the big sales, like Black Friday at Kohl’s. Simply sign up for their rewards program and emails to get the latest scoop.
2. Look for half-price KitchenAid Mixers on Amazon.
It’s not uncommon to see various stand mixers on sale at Amazon for up to 50% off, like this one from 2020:
However, the best time to buy a KitchenAid mixer on Amazon is during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend and Prime Day in July (which was in June 2021 most recently). Prime Day is Amazon’s summer version of Black Friday, and many items hit their lowest price of the year on this day thanks to Lightning Deals (for Prime members only). Be on alert! Prime Day has become so popular: start watching for mega-sales to ramp up when summer starts!
3. Look for KitchenAid Mixers at Target at 40-50% off once a month.
Although the best time of year to buy a KitchenAid mixer is typically during the holidays, you can find KitchenAid mixers on sale throughout the year at Target.
Here’s a recent deal at Target:
Use RedCard for 5% off
Final price: $189.99
TIP: You’ll get the deepest savings when you combine online percentage-off (or Target Circle offers in store) with sale prices.
4. Grab a bargain-priced KitchenAid Artisan 5-quart mixer at Best Buy.
When you hear the words Best Buy you probably don’t think about buying a KitchenAid mixer; however, it may be THE place to go if you are looking to score a model on the cheap. Yep, the Geek Squad electronics store carries a variety of appliances, including KitchenAid mixers. Sign up for my BEST BUY rewards to earn reward points for every dollar spent, plus you won’t miss out on future KitchenAid deals or TV or computer specials for that matter. Here’s a recent deal I found:
Free shipping on orders of $35 or free curbside pickup
Final price: $349.99
5. Buy a used KitchenAid mixer from eBay or Amazon and save hundreds.
If you don’t care about what color you get or some minor cosmetic scuffs, used or refurbished mixers from eBay will save you some serious cash. A recent eBay auction for a used, but in good condition, KitchenAid Professional 600 Series 6 Qt. 10-Speed Stand Mixer (dough hook and flat beater) sold for $179.50, including shipping.
Not nearly as cheap as eBay, but I did find a “renewed” KitchenAid Professional 600 Series 6 Qt. 10-Speed Stand Mixer on Amazon at $499.99.
Although eBay is a great place to get a cheap KitchenAid stand mixer, it’s important to remember when you shop the auction site you must pay attention to a seller’s ratings, shipping/return info, and what accessories or attachments are included. You want to make sure your huge savings don’t cost you in the end. If you don’t want to take the risk and you’re willing to pay more at Amazon, they have the Amazon Renewed Guarantee.
6. Buy attachments and accessories from Amazon (KitchenAid.com if Amazon doesn’t sell it).
No matter the model, if you’re buying a KitchenAid mixer you’ll want to pick up some attachments and accessories to go with it. Over the last few years, KitchenAid has created a ton of attachments that will help you rock in the kitchen.
Just to give you an idea of how useful the attachments can be, here’s a quick list of some of the most popular:
Don’t forget accessories. Although you can find KitchenAid accessories in stores and online (cough, Amazon), you might run into some that Amazon doesn’t carry, in which case, hit up KitchenAid.com. Prices on the two sites are comparable, so go with whatever you fancy.