Shoppers can save big on cooking gear. Save $10 on a Capresso cappuccino machine, or get a 12-piece knife set from Cuisinart for $19.
Saving money on food is great, but saving money on cooking gear is even sweeter. That's why today we're highlighting the best kitchen deals of the week. Score an all-time price low on a Capresso cappuccino machine, get a Cuisinart knife set for just $19, and save up to 85 percent at Mikasa.
Refurbished Capresso Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Machine
Store: 1st In Coffee
Price: $69.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $10
Is It Worth It?: If a morning trip to Starbucks is eating a hole in your wallet, consider investing in this refurbished Capresso Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Machine. This Editors' Choice cappuccino machine is tied as the cheapest price we've seen and a current price low by $10. It features a 46-oz. removable water container, two sieves, a swivel frother, and a stainless steel-lined Thermoblock heating system.
A 1-year warranty applies, although it's unclear who backs it.
Cuisinart Advantage 12-Piece Knife Set
Price: $18.52 via coupon code "RelaxCode1" with free shipping
Lowest By: $2
Is It Worth It?: Add a splash of color to your kitchen with the Cuisinart Advantage 12-piece knife set. Coupon code "RelaxCode1" drops this colorful cutlery collection down to $19, which is a very low price for Cuisinart knives. This set includes 8" chef's, slicing, and serrated bread knives, a 7" santoku knife, a 5.5" utility knife, a 3.5" paring knife, and six color-matched blade guards.
Cuisinart PowerEdge Blender
Price: $69 with free shipping
Lowest By: $111
Is It Worth It?: Speaking of color, the attractive Metallic Red finish of this Cuisinart PowerEdge Blender will make sure it does anything but blend in to your kitchen. It doesn't just look good, either; the PowerEdge boasts a powerful 1,000-watt motor with two speeds and a massive 64-oz. jar. It even features pre-programmed smoothie, ice crushing, and pulse functions. An easy Editors' Choice pick at $69, you'll save a whopping $111 on this blender.
Mikasa Circle Chic Tea Server
Price: $12.99 with $7.95 s&h
Lowest By: $12
Expires: June 16
Is It Worth It?: Mixing modern design with classic elegance, the Mikasa Circle Chic Tea Server in Black will bring a little sophistication to your tea time. This contemporary porcelain teapot holds 43 oz. and is both dishwasher and microwave safe. Now available for $13, this tea server has been marked down by $73.
You can save a ton on elegant dinnerware and glassware during Mikasa's Deals of the Week Sale, in which select items are marked up to 85% off. (The banner suggests savings of up to 80%, but we found better discounts within; prices are as marked.) Deals start at $13 and with among the steepest discounts we've seen from Mikasa, but there are very few items included in this sale. Shipping adds $7.95, or bag free shipping on orders of $99 or more.
Sur La Table Baroque Tureen with Ladle
Store: Sur la Table
Price: $49.99 with $10.50 s&h
Lowest By: $40
Is It Worth It?: Epitomizing traditional elegance, Sur la Table's Baroque Tureen with Ladle in White features a clean, simple design that will fit in on almost any tablescape. Made of durable earthenware that resists chips and scratches, this 14" tureen includes a decorative lid with a notch for the ladle, as well as ornate side handles for easy carrying. A $40 savings at $50, this tureen is sure to become a staple at family dinners.
Not digging the traditional aesthetic? You can decorate your table and kitchen with a huge variety of styles and patterns when you shop the Sur la Table clearance sale. You'll save up to 75 percent on brands like KitchenAid, Le Creuset, Kuhn Rikon, and Sur la Table, of course. Shipping starts at $5.95, or bag free shipping on orders of $59 or more via coupon code "SHIPFREE."
Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for DealNews.com, where this article first appeared: http://dealnews.com/features/best-kitchen-deals/