Black Friday KitchenAid deals 2021: what to expect

BLACK Friday KitchenAid deals would make November a great time to invest in the brand.

The company’s iconic products are cult amongst bakers and always sought after – even more when available at a healthy discount.

*Remember, just because an item is in the sale, it doesn't mean you can't find the same product, or similar, elsewhere. Always shop around to make sure you're getting the best price.

  • Shop KitchenAid at Currys PC World here

Pre-Black Friday KitchenAid deals

If you can't wait until Black Friday, check out these deals on KithenAids to buy now:

  1. KitchenAid 275W 4.3L Stand Mixer in Onyx Black, £329.99 at Robert Dyas – buy here
  2. KitchenAid Mini Stand Mixer in Empire Red, £320 at Gerald Giles – buy here
  3. KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer with 4.8L Bowl in Matte Fog Blue, £429 at Appliances Direct – buy here
  4. KitchenAid 4.3l Classic Stand Mixer in Onyx Black, £342.10 at eBay – buy here
  5. KitchenAid Gourmet Pasta Press Attachment, £149 at Currys – buy here.

KitchenAid Black Friday deals: what to expect

There were several offers around on KitchenAid products last Black Friday, but the biggest came from kitchen and cleaning specialist Lakeland.

The company knocked a massive £250 off KitchenAid’s big 4.8L Artisan Stand mixer, bringing it down to £300 from its original price of £550.

We can’t promise similar savings this year, but we're expecting some great KitchenAid deals and discounts.

Here are some of our favourite deals from last year to give you an idea of what to expect.


  • KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, £399 at Currys PC World – buy here


In 2020, KitchenAid attachments and accessories were half off at Lakeland.

  • 50% off KitchenAid accessories at Lakeland – buy here


Meanwhile, Selfridges were offering customers 10% off a range of KitchenAid appliances.

  • KitchenAid Artisan K400 blender, £251.10 – buy here
  • KitchenAid Mini Food Processor 0.8L, £62.10 – buy here
  • KitchenAid Onyx Black Artisan kettle, £134.10 – buy here

House of Fraser

The high street store were running a 20% off promotion across all full-priced items, so this would apply to the KitchenAid products it carries, which includes the handy KitchenAid mini chopper (full price £69) and the KitchenAid jug kettle (full price £109).

When is Black Friday 2021?

Black Friday itself will be on November 26 this year, arriving a day after the American holiday Thanksgiving, the fourth Thursday of November.

That doesn’t mean that if you’re looking for Black Friday KitchenAid deals you’ve only one day to do so – far from it.

Retailers often kick off sales days, or even a week or two, ahead of the day itself. Plus, the sale continues after Black Friday in Cyber Weekend and Cyber Monday.

That means there should be plenty of opportunity to pick up your kitchen appliance of choice.

When is Cyber Monday 2021 and is KitchenAid taking part?

Cyber Monday falls on Monday, November 29, this year.

Deals typically continue from Black Friday through the weekend and all of Cyber Monday.

Brands like KitchenAid tend to be reduced on Cyber Monday, with mixers and blenders on sale by as much as 50%.

Who could offer Black Friday KitchenAid deals?

As a highly regarded brand, KitchenAid doesn’t only have its own online store. It's also stocked by top high street and online retailers and isn’t hard to find.

Because most of the stores which stock the brand tend to take part in Black Friday, there could be several top deals on which to save throughout the period.

Shopping around is key then, as prices can change quickly during the Black Friday sales – buying the first deal you see might not save you the most money.

To ensure you get the best price, we’d suggest checking with the following retailers in the run-up and throughout the sales period.

  • Amazon  – shop KitchenAid
  • Appliances Direct – shop KitchenAid
  • – shop KitchenAid
  • Currys PC World – shop KitchenAid
  • Debenhams – shop KitchenAid
  • John Lewis – shop KitchenAid
  • Kitchenaid – shop here
  • Lakeland – shop KitchenAid

Which KitchenAid mixer to buy

Which KitchenAid you decide to go for depends on your needs, your budget and the space in your kitchen.

We recommend the KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer as it's versatile, durable and easy to use – £474.21 at Amazon

If you're more limited on budget or space, check out the KitchenAid Artisan mini – £349 at Currys – buy here.

How much is a KitchenAid blender?

KitchenAid blenders range from £229 for a standard KitchenAid juicer to £649 for the top of the range Blender Plus.

KitchenAid appliances aren’t cheap, but it’s the quality and reliability which makes them such an investment for any home.

More Athleisure Black Friday Deals

Take a look at some of the other Black Friday deals we’ve found around the web

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  • ASOS Black Friday deals
  • Sweaty Betty Black Friday deals
  • JD Sports Black Friday deals
  • Lululemon Black Friday deals

Does KitchenAid offer any other discounts?

Yes, KitchenAid offer a 15% NHS workers discount.

Plus, sign up to the KitchenAid newsletter to get 10% off your next purchase.

How much does KitchenAid delivery cost?

Delivery cost and time of a KitchenAid appliance will depend upon the retailer you order from.

If you do buy direct from KitchenAid itself, the cost depends on the selected destination and shipping time.

KitchenAid states these costs will be made clear in your shopping cart, and you can find the main information page with further details here.

Enjoyed reading our Black Friday KitchenAid piece? Why not check out our Lakeland Black Friday page?

For more on the November shopping bonanza, check out our main Black Friday page.

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