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Last week, we came to you with five kitchen deals to fight off the extended winter blahs. This week, we're back with five more deals on wares for the kitchen. Not only is today's roundup fresh with an espresso machine, a high-end blender, and a new set of dinnerware, but we've also got the scoop on an IKEA sale and a $5 off Home Depot coupon.
Is It Worth It?: Be sure to hit the puree button on this Editors' Choice, which features a price drop of more than $20 after you enter the coupon code. This blender features a 1500-watt 2-horsepower motor, a 64-oz. processing bowl, 72-oz. pitcher, dough hook attachment, two 16-oz. blending cups with lids, and the Healthy Living Guide.
Is It Worth It?: If you're tired mismatched plates and cups, this sale on expanded dinnerware sets is for you. Just click the sale banner at the top to see these items; discounted prices are as marked. Assuming you apply the coupon code, this promotion represents the largest percent-off discount we've seen from Mikasa since last summer (when we saw up to 85% off select items plus an extra 20% off).
A best bet is the Mikasa Color Studio 60-Piece Dinnerware Set in Brown/Gold (pictured) for $351.99 after the coupon (a low by $278). It includes 12 each of dinner plates, salad plates, bread & butter plates, teacups, and saucers. A lifetime replacement policy applies, where you can replace broken or chipped items at 50% off of the current suggested retail price.
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice comes with a double shot of discount bliss: Apply the coupon code "EMCXTXN95" to get a whopping $100 off, and secure a price that's $50 under our December mention. Features include an 85-oz. removable water tank, 15 bar pump pressure, frother, and more. There's a limit of 5 machines per customer, but no limit on how many cups of espresso you enjoy (within sane caffeine limits, of course).
Is It Worth It?: IKEA used to run these goofy commercials with a Swedish guy trying to pronounce the word "sale," and he couldn't do it: "Sell? Soil? Seel?" The punch line was that sales at IKEA are rare, and that's still true today: This one's worth tripping out to your local IKEA to enjoy discounts of up to 20% off select items. This promotion is among the best offers we've seen from IKEA in recent months, although we saw up to 80% off select items in December.
Is It Worth It?: If you can keep your purchase in the $50 ballpark, this discount will amount to about 10% off; which is also tied with an in-store offer from a month ago and among the better dollar-off coupons we've seen from Home Depot recently. So stock up on whatever else your kitchen may need: a new over-the-sink light, perhaps?
Front page photo credit: U Colored