7 amazing kitchen appliance deals to snag during Target Deal Days

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Target Deal Days are back! The massive sale officially kicks off Monday, July 11 and runs through Wednesday, July 13, and it includes deals on thousands of items. You can save on tech items (including Apple products!), vacuumskitchen appliancesbeauty products and even grocery items.

However, if you’re a home chef or foodie, you definitely need to check out these incredible kitchen deals on popular kitchen appliances and cookware. You can get up to 40% off of items from KitchenAid, Ninja, Instant Pot, Keurig and more.

One thing to note: Target Deal Days are happening exclusively online and on Target’s mobile app. However, you can free two-day shipping on orders over $35 or if you shop with your Red Card. Additionally, you can opt for same-day delivery via Shipt or take advantage of Target’s free Order Pickup and Drive Up services to get items faster.

So, take a look at seven of the best small kitchen appliance and cookware deals happening at Target right now. However, it’s worth checking out the entire kitchen sale online when you get the chance.

1. Ninja Foodi 4-Quart 5-in-1 Indoor Grill and Air Fryer, $179.99 (Orig. $229.99)

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This is the latest and greatest version of the Ninja Foodi grill. The Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 indoor grill with air fryer does it all: air fries, roasts, bakes, dehydrates and grills food. It’s no wonder it’s a best seller! And now, you can get it for $50 off during Target Deal Days.

2. KitchenAid Professional 5-Quart Stand Mixer, $279.99 (Orig. $449.99)

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KitchenAid makes the ultimate mixers for baking and cooking. Right now, you can get one on sale in ice blue, black, silver or red for 38% off at Target.

3. Instant Pot 8-Quart 11-in-1 Air Fryer Duo Crisp, $139.99 (Orig. $199.99)

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The Instant Pot Duo Crisp comes with an extra special lid that adds air frying to the electric pressure cooker’s many capabilities. The 8-quart size makes it big enough to feed a crowd, too.

4. Keurig K-Mini Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, $59.99 (Orig. $99.99)

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This Keurig single-cup coffee maker is perfect for dorm rooms and tiny kitchens — it’s only 5 inches wide! Use it to brew cups of coffee 6 ounces to 12 ounces in size.

5. Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker, $79.99 (Orig. $129.99)

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If you’re a coffee person who lives with other coffee people, you may need a bigger machine than a single-cup brewer. This Cuisinart coffee maker can brew up to 12 cups at a time and includes a button for brewing classic cups or extra rich cups of joe.

6. PowerXL Vortex Air Fryer, 5-Quart, $59.99 (Orig. $149.99)

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Give your food an extra crispy crunch with an air fryer. This 5-quart version is big enough to make a meal for the whole family! Its six-in-one design also makes it a food dehydrator, pizza oven, baking oven, roaster and it can reheat leftovers.

7. Ninja Kitchen System With Auto IQ Boost and 7-Speed Blender, $149.99 (Orig. $199.99)

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If you’ve been wanting to get a new powerful blender, make it this one. The “Pro Extractor Blades” are so strong they can easily break down whole fruits and veggies — no need to chop them up first.

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