Cook Fast, Live Young: Black Friday Deals for Your Kitchen

Cook Fast, Live Young: Black Friday Deals for Your Kitchen

You may associate Black Friday with getting deals on laptops and Christmas gifts, but you can also take home some discounted items for your kitchen. The best way to find out what’s available is to look through your local sales circulars, but I’ve compiled a few deals that may be available in your area. And don’t forget, if you hate getting up early and braving the crowds, there are many deals available online on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Samsung French Door Refrigerator at Lowe’s
Sales Price: $1,800
You Save: $500

Looking to upgrade your old fridge? Now might be the time. Home Depot and Lowe’s have many fridges on sale, but this is the one that was recommended by Consumer Reports and also had a significant savings.

Black & Decker 4-Slice Countertop Oven at Target
Sales Prices: $19.00
You Save: $10.99

Save energy in 2011 by using a toaster oven instead of your full-size over when you can. Visit the site to see if it’s available at a store near you before you head out on Black Friday.

Cuisinart Handy-Prep 3-Cup Food Processor at Best Buy
Sales Price: $39.99
You Save: $40.00

Make it easier to live up to your New Year’s Resolution to cook more. Food processors make all that prep work a lot faster.

5-qt. Crock-Pot Slow Cooker at Sam’s Club
Sales Price: $16.98
You Save: $14.00

Slow cookers allow you to “set it and forget it” until dinner time, which is great on busy days. Be aware that you do need a membership (or a friend with a membership!) to benefit from Sam’s Club deals.

Black & Decker Blender, Coffeemaker, or Electric Griddle at Walmart
Sales Price: $9.44
You Save: Est. between $10 and $20

All three items are under $10. They also have a Black and Decker Triple Slow Cooker that is just a little more (and also a little bigger) than the one at Sam’s Club, in case you can’t get a hold of a membership there for $18.92.

Have you discovered a killer Black Friday deal for the kitchen? We’d love to hear about it in the comments!

Juliana Weiss-Roessler has ten years of professional writing and editing experience. For four years, she managed the web content for the star of an Emmy-nominated reality series. Currently, she is an editor for the geek girl e-zine, a contributor to the career blog at, and owner of the food blog Follow her @cookfast on Twitter and learn more about her work at

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. ChuckG at 11:03 pm

    Only problem with crock pots is the food prep time. You still have to slice, dice veggies and protein, unless you can buy those pre-cut for you.

  2. champ76 at 2:13 am

    I love using my crock pot and I get a lot of use out of it so the crock pot deal would be a good one for me to maybe consider for a back up in case mine decides croak on me any time soon.The french door refrigerator from Lowe’s is an aweome deal.What a nice chunk of change that has been deducted from the original price.Too bad I do not need a new one because otherwise that is a deal that would be hard to pass up.

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