Best KitchenAid mixer deals for February: buy a kitchen icon today

Treat yourself to the best KitchenAid mixer deals and get perhaps the ultimate prestige kitchen appliance for less

Best KitchenAid mixer deals
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Everyone knows about KitchenAid mixers and these are the best KitchenAid mixer deals. Around since the 1930s, they not usually cheap, but they are a great investment that will repay you with years of dough, cake and meringue making, plus all the other things you can do with a KitchenAid mixer. Don't even get us started on the numerous attachments for it, which can do everything from grinding beef to spiralising veg.

The most popular model in both countries is the classic 4.8-litre or 5-quart Artisan stand mixer. There are however a baffling array of other models and a huge choice of colours (or colors). The pricing widgets below have been set up to give you as many deals as possible on the most popular KitchenAid mixers and also their more esoteric ones, from Pro-Line to Mini.

KitchenAid mixer sales in the USA

KitchenAid mixer deals in the UK

Why you should buy a KitchenAid stand mixer

The Artisan stand mixer is a true design classic, as are its various siblings of different sizes. Operation is simplicity itself, with nothing more than a slider to adjust speed. However, in time, you may find that your KitchenAid stand mixer is not so much a handy kitchen gadget as a way of life. There are lots of additional tools and bowls you can buy for it, and the multi-purpose port on its top can be used to attach even more accessories. These include spaghetti makers, vegetable spiralisers, mincers and more. 

One accessory I really recommend is a flex edge beater. These might not have quite the classic look of the original K mixer, but the silicone edge means far less of your mix sticking to the inside of the bowl. And it just so happens some flex edge beaters are on sale at Amazon now. (opens in new tab)

So KitchenAid stand mixers are visually appealing, built to last and supremely versatile. However, it's the core purpose of the KitchenAid stand mixer – efficiently blending ingredients for all kinds of baking – that has cemented its reputation over the years. Consistency is essential in baking, and you can rely on a KitchenAid to produce the right result, time after time. The fact you can also use it as a pasta maker, ice cream maker and striking visual proof that you are a serious baker are just the icing on the cake, so to speak.

The best KitchenAid Artisan and Pro stand mixer deals right now in your area

KitchenAid mixer deals

Where to find today's best KitchenAid mixer deals

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Whether you’re a creative cake maker, pie perfectionist, or mousse marvellist, the KitchenAid isn’t just any old baking tool. It combines clever rotation patterns with powerful features to help you prepare food to precision. And with detachable heads turning it into a slicer, pasta cutter, or even a sausage maker, you know you’re getting your money’s worth.

But while they’re technically advanced, KitchenAid stand mixers are certainly not hard to use. The attachments clip in and out easily, the parts are easy to clean, even though not all are dishwasher safe, and the sliding power control is simplicity itself. 

They’re attractive, too. With sleek, colourful shiny exteriors, and smart stainless steel bowls, KitchenAids really do look smart on the work surface, which means you won’t feel the need to put it away!

KitchenAids do tend to vary in price. A lot of the time it can come down to the combination of bowl capacity and motor power on offer. But it could also come down to design  – KitchenAid is a fan of limited editions – or the number of head attachments that come in the box. 

More deals from around the internet

Amazon Prime Day alternative sales – UK

  • Argos.co.uk  (opens in new tab)– cheap Lego, toys, phones and more
  • AO.com (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– huge sale on electrical appliances
  • Currys.co.uk (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– Epic deals! Up to 40% off 100s of items
  • Dell.co.uk (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– big savings on laptops and desktop PCs
  • eBay.co.uk (opens in new tab)  (opens in new tab)– up to 70% off in the eBay Outlet
  • Very.co.uk (opens in new tab)  – deals on electricals, fashion and home
  • Lovehoney.co.uk (opens in new tab) – discounted sex toys and lingerie
  • Goldsmiths.co.uk (opens in new tab) – savings on watches and jewellery
  • John Lewis (opens in new tab) – great savings plus the John Lewis guarantee
  • Le Creuset (opens in new tab) – premium cookware gets tasty discounts
  • Nike (opens in new tab)  – new sneakers at sneaky low prices
  • ASOS (opens in new tab) – big savings on clothes
  • Schuh (opens in new tab) – save big on shoes, boots and trainers
  • The White Company (opens in new tab) – quality bedding at reduced prices
  • Simba (opens in new tab) – save big on mattresses and sleep bundles

Amazon Prime Day alternative sales – US

  • Best Buy (opens in new tab) – massive savings across every department
  • Dell.com (opens in new tab) – save big on notebooks, desktops, monitors and more
  • eBay.com (opens in new tab) – big discounts in the eBay Brand Outlet
  • Home Depot (opens in new tab) – save on Fall furniture, smart home devices and more
  • HP (opens in new tab) – save up to 30% on select products
  • Lowes (opens in new tab) – save up to $500 on select appliances
  • Lenovo (opens in new tab) – Semi-Annual Sale brings deep discounts to gaming laptops, student laptops and more
  • Microsoft (opens in new tab) – Surface and Xbox deals plus Microsoft Store Exclusives
  • Newegg (opens in new tab) – get your computer parts for less this October
  • Nordstrom (opens in new tab) – new markdowns, up to 40% off!
  • Target (opens in new tab) – Target Deal Days Sales Event takes on Amazon Prime Day
  • Walmart (opens in new tab) – Big Save Event from October 11 through October 15

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