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Although some of the Black Friday sales have ended, some are still going strong and Cyber Monday deals are in full swing! If you want to get a jump start on holiday shopping, there are massive, nearly store-wide sales at Wayfair, Target, and more! I’ve been combing through some of the best kitchen deals, along with some holiday decor items and home goods, too!

Best Cyber Monday Kitchen deals
Credit: Target

Some of the kitchen tools and appliances that I swear by on are sale too, like this 7-speed Kitchenaid hand mixer and my all-time favorite air fryer! There are tons of other kitchen items on sale, and Amazon has HUGE deals in just about every category you can imagine! I’ve sorted through some of the early sales and put together this list of kitchen deals that really stood out! I hope it helps you navigate this hectic shopping season!

My 5 Favorite Cyber Monday Kitchen Deals

  1. Kitchenaid 5.5-Qt Lift Stand Mixer $249.99 at Target (Originally $449.99). Ends today!
  2. Cuisinart Food Processor – $129.99 at Amazon (Originally $179.99).
  3. Vitamix Propel Mixer – $399.95 at Amazon (Originally $629.95).
  4. Nordic Ware Baking Sheets  – $26.98 at Amazon (Originally $51.80). 
  5. Beautiful 6-Quart Air Fryer  – $69.99 at Walmart  (Originally $90).

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The Best Cyber Monday Kitchen Deals on Small Appliances

Best Cyber Monday Kitchen deals
Credit: Cuisinart
  • Cuisinart Food Processor – $129.99 at Amazon (Originally $179.99). This is the lowest price this has been in a while! It can chop, blend, puree, and grate cheese or vegetables. I use mine all the time!  
  • Kitchenaid 5.5-Qt Lift Stand Mixer – $249.99 at Target (Originally $449.99). This is a GREAT price on a Kitchenaid! Save up to 40% off!
  • Beautiful 6-Quart Air Fryer  – $69.99 at Walmart  (Originally $90). This is the air fryer that I use regularly! It’s designed by Drew Barrymore, has a large capacity, and is programmable!
  • Instant Pot Duo – $69.99 at Amazon (Originally $129.99). This makes dinner FAST! They’re great for cooking meat and veggies when you’re short on time. Save up to 46% with the Cyber Monday kitchen deals. 
  • Kitchenaid 7-Speed Hand Mixer – $69.99 at Amazon (Originally $89.99). This 7-speed mixer is more versatile than the 5-speed. It whips cream and egg whites faster and is very handy when you don’t want to dirty the big stand mixer. 
  • Ninja Air Fryer –   $79.99 at Amazon (Originally $129.99). At up to 38% this is the lowest price I’ve seen for this in a while!
  • ThermoPro Digital Meat Thermometer – $12.99 at Amazon (Originally $20.99) – Save up to 38% off.
  • Ooni Koda Pizza Oven – $319.99 at Williams Sonoma (Originally $399). Save up to 20%! Update: As of Monday, this deal is still available!
  • Beautiful 6-Quart Slow Cooker – $49.99 at Walmart (Originally $69.99) Designed by Drew Barrymore, this has a large capacity and is programmable. 
  • Vitamix Propel Mixer – $399.95 at Amazon (Originally $629.95). This is a great deal on these notoriously expensive blenders! Save up to 38%!
  • Ninja 6-in-1 Smokeless Indoor Grill $149.99 at Amazon (Originally $299.99) Save up to 50%!

The Best Deals on Cookware & Kitchen Tools

best black friday kitchen deals
Credit: West Elm
  • Fullstar Mandoline Slicer -$31.95 at Amazon (Originally $44.95). These are so handy for slicing veggies in juliennes or spirals! Save up to 29% off!
  • Marble & Wood Charcuterie Board –  $34.99 at West Elm (Originally $50). I love charcuterie boards! Save up to 30% off! If you need ideas, check out my simple charcuterie recipeUpdate: As of Monday, this deal is still available!
  • Staub Mini Fondue Set – $130 at Wiliams Sonoma (Originally $171). This mini fondue set can be used on gas, electric, and induction. They’re great for New Year’s Eve events! Update: This deal is still available!
  • Nordic Ware Baking Sheets – $26.98 at Amazon (Originally $51.80). These are great for roasting veggies, making cookies, sheet pan cakes, and dinners!
  • Progressive International French Fry Cutter — $17.97 at Amazon (Originally $31.49) Save up to 43% off!
  • Le Creuset Classic Enameled Cast Iron Fry Pan — $99.95 at Williams Sonoma (Originally $175): The top-quality enamel cast iron construction of this pan is incredible for even heat retention. Update: This deal is still available!

More Sales on Holiday Decor Items

Black Friday sales
Credit: West Elm
  • Ceramic Christmas Trees – $15.20 at West Elm (Originally $19) – Add a tea light and let these shine! Save 20% off! Update: As of Monday, this deal is still available!
  • Marble Christmas Tree Charcuterie –  $37 at Pottery Barn (Originally $49.50). I’m big on themed charcuterie boards, and these are really popular right now!
  • Holiday Mug Collection  – $45 (for the set of 4) at Pottery Barn. These Santa and reindeer mugs are just asking for some hot chocolate. Save up to 25% off. They are also sold individually for $11 each. Update: This deal is still available!
  • Velvet Fireplace Stockings$15 at West Elm (Originally $25) These adorable velvet Christmas stockings are up to 40% off! Update: This deal is still available!
  • Christmas Tree Throw Pillow Covers $36.75 at West Elm (Originally $49). If you’re hosting this holiday season, these add a nice touch of holiday decor to the living area. Update: This deal is still available!
  • Santa Pants Wine Bag — $23.50 at Pottery Barn (Originally $29.50): How cute is this?! Whether you use it for your own holiday party or as a gift, it’s a lot of fun! Update: This deal is still available!

Prices were accurate at the time of publishing.

About Alyssa Rivers

Alyssa Rivers is the author of 'The Tried and True Cookbook', a professional food photographer and experienced recipe-developer. Having a passion for cooking, her tried and true recipes have been featured on Good Morning America, Today Food, Buzzfeed and more.

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