Upgrade Your Kitchen Appliances for Cheap With Walmart's Flash Deals This Week

Grab these hot deals to upgrade your kitchen before July 13.

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Updated July 18, 2024
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Upgrading kitchen appliances can be expensive, but Walmart's Flash Deals this week can make the price tag "irresistible." 

There are more than 1,000 deals this week, but some of the best are on items you may have been eyeing for your home but have been holding off until a good deal comes along. Snag these great options before July 13. 

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Stand mixer

Courtesy of Walmart Stand mixer

Price: $77.99

Machines should do all the manual labor humans dislike, such as mixing things. 

Pick up a six-speed mixer that holds five and a half quarts and save your arms from the strenuous boredom of holding a mixer — or worse, having to mix things with a fork. The horror! Regularly priced at $185.


Knife block set

Courtesy of Walmart Knife block set

Price: $35.99 

Are your kitchen knives high-carbon stainless steel? And are they available in pink? That color might be a niche market, but they also come in a respectable yellow, grey, or black. 

This set offers 14 pieces with a Rockwell hardness of 52±2, giving them a durable edge while offering corrosion resistance. Regularly priced at $54.99. 

Immersion hand blender

Courtesy of Walmart Immersion hand blender

Price: $29.99 

The Vavsea immersion blender offers a 1,000-watt motor and four accessory options for whisking, blending, chopping, and frothing. These little gadgets are great for quick jobs and easy cleaning. They are regularly priced at $99.99.

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Ceramic cookware (induction compatible)

Courtesy of Walmart Ceramic cookware

Price: $59.99

The cookware game is changing, and people are tossing their Teflon in favor of ceramic-coated non-stick options that offer the excellent benefit of not releasing toxic fumes the way Teflon often does. 

This 14-piece set from Carote is also compatible with induction stovetops, which require special pots and pans but offer much faster cooking times and better energy efficiency than traditional stoves with electric burners or gas. 

The handles are also removable, making them convenient for storage in kitchens with limited space. They are regularly priced at $199.99. 

Ice cream maker

Courtesy of Walmart Ice cream maker

Price: $62.99

I scream, you scream, we all scream about the rising price of a quart of ice cream. The Airmsen ice cream maker pays for itself after roughly eight times making your own ice cream at home. 

The only drawback is that you have to know a full 20 minutes in advance that you will want ice cream — which is pretty quick for whipping up any flavor of ice cream you want from scratch without leaving your home. Regularly priced at $159.99.

Bottom line

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There are always a few "want but can wait" items on any kitchen wish list, and Walmart Flash Deals can be a great way to remove the waiting. 

The deals come and go quickly, so it's a great place to keep an eye out when searching for big-ticket items that can often offer savings of 50% or more. This week's deals end July 13, so if you've been hoping for some upgrades, peruse through before it's too late. 

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For a limited time, you can get your first month free with a Single Payment home warranty plan.

Get a free quote

 

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Cassandra Yorgey is a journalist with more than 15 years of experience covering a multitude of topics ranging from science-fiction and fantasy genre reviews to the impacts of sociological developments on the political landscape. She champions financial literacy and consumer protections that value human life over monetary profits. She has been featured in both online and print publications, including AOL, Examiner, MSN, Exemplore, Yellowbook, and Wealth of Geeks.