This is a sponsored post, but all opinions and math are mine.
I know that there are a ton of deals to be had this week, but I want to highlight one that is always my favorite. The KitchenAid 5 quart Artisan mixer from Kohl’s. I’ve bought one of these every year for the past few years – they make great gifts, and one of them may have been for me. I don’t need one this year, but if you do, Kohl’s is the place to get it. Trust me, I’ve done the comparison shopping. Here’s how the deal breaks down.
First of all, buy it online. Kohl’s Black Friday deals are good online starting on Tuesday, and you do not want to stand in the line in stores on Friday. Plus, you can get all the pretty colors online and shipping is free.
The Black Friday price for the mixer is $349.99.
You can take 15% off with your Kohl’s Charge, bringing your price down to $297.49.
Now go buy an ornament or something for $3 – trust me – so your price is $300.49.
Because it’s Black Friday, you get $15 Kohl’s Cash for every $50 you spend, so you’ll earn $90, bringing your price down to $210.49.
If you have Kohl’s Rewards (I think only available in California right now) you’ll get double points through December 6, earning you 600 points, which is a $30 reward, bringing your price down to $180.49.
And finally, there is $50 manufacturer’s rebate, making your grand total $130.49 for the KitchenAid 5 quart Artisan stand mixer. I told you it was a great deal! If you’d rather look at it a different way, you’ll spend $250.49 on your mixer and get $120 back to spend at Kohl’s for other holiday shopping.
Now, what if you don’t have a Kohl’s Charge or Kohl’s Rewards? It’s still the best deal out there!
Black Friday mixer price at $349.99.
Earn $105 in Kohl’s Cash.
Submit for the $50 rebate.
Spend $300.49 on the mixer and get $105 to spend, or look at your final price for the mixer as $195.49.
Interesting note – this year I noticed that most places are offering Black Friday deals on the 4.5 quart KitchenAid. Trust me, you want the 5 quart Artisan. So go forth and shop!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, and also evidence of the reason I’m not a deal blogger. That’s way too much math for blogging.