When you're not inheriting a tricked-out kitchen TV set or being gifted a mixer , the price can be a little hard to justify. That's why we scoured the interwebs for ways to score a KitchenAid on the cheap. Opt for a refurbished model. View photos Photo credit: AFP / Getty More There's a whole section of KitchenAid's website called the Outlet Store that's devoted to factory-refurbished models. All this means is that they've been used for events like a store demonstration or a photo shoot, and sometimes they've got small, cosmetic imperfections. You stand to save $100 or more, which you can put toward ingredients for all those loaves of bread you're about to mix in your new KitchenAid. Track price changes. You could stare at your computer screen for hours every day, obsessively checking to see if the price of a mixer decreases - or you could continue working and making money to afford said mixer and let someone else do the watching for you. Camelcamelcamel tracks Amazon for dollar dips. SlickDeals does the same for Amazon, plus tracks prices at Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's, Macy's, Target, and more. Check KitchenAid's promotions page.
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