If there's one thing I've always wanted in life, it's a KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Whether that's because I think it would look nice in my kitchen, let me bake all day and night or make me feel as though I'm a GBBO contestant, it's something that's always been on my wish-list. But I think we can all agree they're not exactly affordable.
On the official KitchenAid website, you can spend anything from £399 to £899 on a stand mixer, depending on the size. But, it doesn't always have to cost you so much.
Each year several retailers offer great savings as part of their Black Friday Deals, and we firmly expect the return of some of these discounted prices this year.
But first, it's worth preparing ourselves for what's in store. You know, when actually is Black Friday? What were the deals like last year? And what should be expect this time around?
What Is Black Friday?
Black Friday originates from America, and it marks the start of the post-Thanksgiving sales. Amazon brought the concept over to the UK in 2010 and it has since developed into the biggest shopping event of the year. Most retailers offer discounts of at least 20% over the majority of the weekend.
When Is Black Friday?
This year Black Friday lands on Friday 27 November.
Best KitchenAid Deals From Last Year
Multiple retailers offered amazing price drops last year.
Last Year's KitchenAid Black Friday Deals included:
KitchenAid 4.3L Classic Stand Mixer, Black - reduced to £299 (saving £100, via Robert Dyas)
KitchenAid Artisan 4.8L Stand Mixer, Candy Apple Red - reduced to £329 (saving £179, via John Lewis)
KitchenAid Artisan Blender, Black - reduced to £134 (saving £45, via Lakeland)
Where To Get KitchenAid Black Friday Deals
What To Expect This Year
Lakeland has already hinted KitchenAid deals this year.
In a statement, Lakeland said: ""Our brilliant Black Friday deals and offers include brands such as KitchenAid, Joseph Joseph and Morphy Richards, and many more..."
And with multiple retailers offering great savings last year, we're expecting some huge discounts in November.
We'll be updating this as soon as we spot any deals.
Our Top Tips For Black Friday Shopping
It's no secret how hectic Black Friday can be, and with a second lockdown planned, it looks like most shopping will be online. But, with online shopping comes the risk of products selling out super fast, websites crashing and impulse buying. So, we've put together a small list of tips to help you stay on top of your game this Black Friday, without spending the entirety of your wages.
Stay informed and do your research.
Plan where you want to shop.
Set up accounts (e.g. Amazon Prime.)
Use bookmarking to keep track.
Set a budget.
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