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Best KitchenAid deals: Classic stand mixers with big discounts

Ready to do your best baking? Then you’re going to need the best mixer. Stand mixers are essential for blending and mixing ingredients to create your masterpiece — and you need one that you can count on. If you’re in the market for a new mixer, you definitely don’t want to miss these KitchenAid mixer deals, so you can start crafting the best baking recipes without breaking the bank.

KitchenAid Classic Series — $280, was $330

 The KitchenAid Classic Series stand mixer

A mixer built to last. The KitchenAid Classic Series is made with durable and built-to-last metal construction and is ready to knead with ease, and thoroughly mix or whip ingredients to prep a variety of recipes. It also allows you to use up to 10 attachments (sold separately) and has up to 10 speeds. Whether you’re cooking or baking for a crowd or for two, this mixer has the space for it all.

KitchenAid Lift Stand Mixer — $320, was $450

KitchenAid Pro 5 Plus 5 Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer on a white background.
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With professional-style performance, you’ll definitely be stepping up your culinary caliber with the KitchenAid Lift Stand Mixer. It packs two times the power compared to other mixers and features a three-point locking bowl for stability when you mix heavy, dense ingredients along with 11 unique speeds (it even includes half speeds). From folding and kneading to mixing, shredding, or beating, this sturdy stand mixer has you covered. Plus, there are more than 10 attachments available to add some versatility to your kitchen (sold separately).

KitchenAid Artisan Series — $380, was $450

KitchenAid Artisan Series 5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
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Express your personality not only in your baking, but in your choice of stand mixer. Coming in a vibrant red, chrome, and ink blue, the KitchenAid Artisan Series stand mixer allows you to find the perfect color to match your style and decor. Easily add and mix ingredients thanks to the similar tilt-head design, giving you better access to the bowl.

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