Ring in baking season with $200 off a KitchenAid stand mixer

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SAVE $200: The KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus Series Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer, which holds five quarts of dough or batter (enough for nine dozen cookies) is on sale at Best Buy for $299.99 as of September 23. That’s 40% off its original price of $499.99 — a solid deal for such a big mixer.


Folks, it’s officially baking season. If you plan to pass the time by making more cookies than your household could possibly eat, you may want an equally sizable stand mixer to help you out. (You may also want to figure out how to pull off a socially-distanced cookie handoff to your friends, but that’s a problem for later.)

At Best Buy, a professional stand mixer from KitchenAid is on sale for $299.99, which is 40% off its list price. With ten speeds, 450 watts of power, and a quite large five-quart capacity, it’s ideal for the Serious Baker, but anyone who anticipates making big batches will likely find it useful. 

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It’s also a bowl-lift mixer, which means you can use a lever to make the bowl sit higher or lower to mix your batter fully. (The alternative is a tilt-head mixer, which tilts forward so the mixer can access the entire bowl.) The conventional wisdom is that bowl-lift mixers are better for big batches or firmer doughs, as they tend to be steadier and more powerful. However, they also tend to require a bit more physical strength to use — if that stresses you out, you may want to consider a tilt-head option.

This isn’t the absolute cheapest we’ve seen this mixer — it’s been priced at $249.99 before — but it’s still a solid deal. If you have your heart set on a KitchenAid and anticipate baking a lot in the near future, it might be a good idea to pounce now.

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