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Kohl’s: Cuisinart Breadmaker Possibly Only $53.99 Shipped + Earn $10 Kohl’s Cash

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Hop on over to Kohls.com where they have this Cuisinart Breadmaker on sale for just $99.99 (regularly $119.99).

Even sweeter, today, April 22nd only, you can save an extra $10 off a purchase of $50 or more when you use promo code BONUS10 at checkout (or with this in-store pass)!

Plus, if you receive emails from Hip2Save and/or Kohl’s, you may have received a one time use discount code worth up to 40% off your entire purchase – valid today, April 22nd only! Head over here for more information!

In addition, through today, April 22nd, all you Kohl’s cardholders can save 30% off your entire purchase with the promo code TULIPS30 and score FREE shipping on every order with the code KCSHIP at checkout.

If you are not a Kohl’s cardholder, you can save 15% off your entire online purchase with code HURRY15 at checkout.

Note that these % discount codes are not combinable with the Mystery Offers mentioned above.

Did you receive a mystery code? Consider this deal…

Cuisinart Breadmaker $99.99 (regularly $119.99)
Use the code BONUS10 ($10 off $50)
Final cost with the 40% off code from your email $53.99 + get $10 Kohl’s Cash
Final cost with the 30% off code from your email $62.99 + get $10 Kohl’s Cash
Final cost with the 20% off code from your email $71.99 + get $10 Kohl’s Cash
*Opt for free in-store pickup or shipping is free on any order of $75, otherwise shipping is $8.95. OR if you’re a Kohl’s Cardholder, use promo code KCSHIP for free shipping.


Kohl’s Cardholder Deal Idea…

Cuisinart Breadmaker $99.99 (regularly $119.99)
Use promo code BONUS10 ($10 off $50)
Use promo code TULIPS30 (30% off)
Use promo code KCSHIP (free shipping)

Final cost $62.99 shipped + get $10 Kohl’s Cash!


 
Not a Kohl’s Cardholder? Do this deal instead…

Cuisinart Breadmaker $99.99 (regularly $119.99)
Use promo code BONUS10 ($10 off $50)
Use promo code HURRY15 (15% off)

Shipping is free on orders $75+
Final cost $76.49 shipped + get $10 Kohl’s Cash!


Plus, get Kohl’s Cash!

Today, April 22nd, you’ll get $10 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 you spend. Your Kohl’s cash will be redeemable April 23rd- April 29th.


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Comments 14

  1. Leahjfc1

    I’ve had this machine for about three years. I love it!!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Woohoo! Good to know how well it has been holding up for you! I really need to grab one! I LOVE to make cinnamon bread, but it is a lot of work, takes up most of the day and two loaves are gone within 24 hours here. LOL!

  2. Tracy

    I just bought one for me and my husband. I used to make a lot at my parents with their bread machine. So glad i could get this at a good peice.

    As a side question i was going to purchase a small kitchen island and i see a few on kohls.com. i want it to be againat a wall so not looking for big, is there one that is not a lot of money that holds quite a few things with drawers and cabibets for around 100 dollars or so?

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Hi Tracy! Great question. I have been shopping around for a Kitchen Island as well. I do see a few over HERE. Hope that helps!

  3. Jackie

    Cost effective how would this be? For example how much do you guys usually spend on ingredients? Would love to get one but I’m on the fence if it might be cheaper to buy bread from the store or make my own

    • Leahjfc1

      It really depends on the recipe. Some are only flour, salt, sugar, yeast and water. While others use a lot of butter. Also, this machine can make jams and it also has a dough cycle. It’s been fun experimenting with different recipes. My kids love it!

    • Rachel

      You could always try getting one from the thrift store and trying it first. There’s always a ton of bread machines at my thrift store for cheap

    • Lana

      If you are a member of a club store bread flour is really cheap there. I figure our bread costs 70 cents a loaf and there are no weird ingredients not to mention the pizza crust dough that we make weekly among other dough for dinner rolls and such. I have a $289 Zojirushi and I figure it paid for itself in 9 months.

  4. Workaholic

    I’ve had this machine for a couple years and I love it. I don’t know if it’s super cost effective, maybe $1 per loaf and often times it doesn’t come out looking like one from the store, but it taste good. I make pizza, cinnamon rolls, and doughnuts. I’ve also also made jam. One thing I’d strong suggest is using kitchen scale. I’ve heard complains of the machine being too loud or wobbling around the counter but that’s because the dough is too heavy/dry. It should never sound like that. Weighing the ingredients makes it so much easier and the dough will always come out perfect. This is the best price for this machine.

    • Cassandra (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience, Workaholic!

  5. Midwest Jess

    Thank you! My bread machine has started burning the loaves. Perfect timing to get a new one.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome! Happy you can grab this one as a replacement!

  6. Teresa

    My kid is allergic to eggs and wheat, has anyone ever tried making a gluten free, vegan loaf in this?

  7. Becky

    I have 4 bread makers that I use. I got the last 3 from the thrift store for $5 each. My regular bread recipe is 1 cup warm water, 1/4 cup of brown sugar, 1 tbsp milk, 2 tbsp oil, 1 tsp salt, 3 cups flour (I use white the most, sometimes do a cup or two of wheat) and 2 1/4 tsp of yeast. I love making dough for pizza and cinnamon rolls also. My machines range from 80-100 min for the dough cycle

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