For many home cooks, a stand mixer is one of their most prized kitchen appliances and it’s not difficult to see why – they’re versatile, hard working and a real statement piece. They come in many shapes and sizes, from high-tech models with in-built scales and warming functions, to simple workhorses designed to simply whisk, knead and mix. Whatever you’re after, thorough research is key.


Thankfully, we’ve done all the hard work for you. Our best stand mixers guide tells you everything you need to know about these wonderful machines, and features a full list of the very best that we’ve tested. Some models can also come with a hefty price tag – so if you see one you like at a price you're happy to pay, make sure you snap it up, as most deals aren't around for long.

Once you’ve settled on the stand mixer you want, come back to us here. We’re continuing to tracking the price of all the stand mixers we've tested, then will update this page accordingly. Why not bookmark this page, so it's easy to access?

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Stand mixer deals at a glance

  • Very – 100s of deals across home and electricals
  • Lakeland – save up to £20 on Lakeland stand mixers
  • Amazon – thousands of deals live across home, kitchen and tech
  • John Lewis and Partners – save on electricals, home and cookware
  • Currys – up to 30% off home and tech
  • Appliances Direct – up to 25% off small appliances
  • Harts of Stur – save on stand mixers, air-fryers and coffee machines
  • Hughes – up to £200 off selected home and kitchen appliances
  • Argos – save up to 25% on small and large electricals
  • Robert Dyas – deals across the entire product range
  • Kenwood – end-of-season offers are live
  • KitchenAid – up to 20% off in the winter sale
  • – deals on large appliances, including dishwashers and ovens

All of these retailers are competing for your attention and will be closely monitoring the prices set by their competitors as much as they are their own. And don't forget, some retailers like Currys, AO and John Lewis and Partners offer a price match service.

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Stand mixer deals 2024

Kenwood Titanium Chef Patissier XL

Best blow-out stand mixer for doughs

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Star rating: 5/5

Wattage: 1400W

If you’re after a stand mixer with all the bells and whistles, this Kenwood model is a great choice. It’s packed with more useful features than any other model on this list, including integrated scales, an additional 7-litre EasyWarm bowl, a touchscreen display and a unique warming function.

It’s sophisticated, modern and powerful, and a fantastic buy for keen home bakers.

Read the full Kenwood Titanium Chef Patissier XL review.

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KitchenAid Artisan 4.8L

Best stand mixer for range of colours

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Star rating: 4.5/5

Wattage: 300W

Earning the title of KitchenAid’s most iconic stand mixer is no mean feat, but the KitchenAid Artisan is so recognisable, it’s no surprise it has. It’s simply designed compared to some of the Kenwoods we’ve tested, but comes with a deceptively powerful motor and sturdy attachments. We’re only seeing the plain colours available at the moment, but we’re hoping to see more of the vast array of colours come on sale throughout the month.

Read our full KitchenAid 5KSM125 review.

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Morphy Richards MixStar

Best compact stand mixer

Morphy Richards MixStar

Star rating: 4.5/5

Wattage: 650W

This is the model for people short on space. This compact little machine features all the traditional functions without taking up the large footprint of traditional models. The MixStar shone when making cake, but produced light buns and glossy meringues, too.

Read our full Morphy Richards MixStar review.

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Kenwood kMix

Best stand mixer for luxe kitchens

Kenwood kMix stand mixer

Star rating: 4.5/5

Wattage: 1000W

The kMix range is a great option if you’re after the power of Kenwood’s Chef range without the large footprint. This model features the same hardwearing attachments and powerful motor, producing uber light cakes and fluffy meringue, even with one egg white.

Read our full Kenwood kMix review.

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A good rule of thumb to follow is, if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is. You can reduce the risk of being scammed by shopping through reputable retailers you know and trust, and avoid sites or private sellers you don't recognise or are suggested to you via social media.

Avoid giving out personal information similar to security questions as they could also be used to predict passwords, and use the recommended secure payment methods when buying online. We also won't be adding any links to this page unless we're fully comfortable with the brand. For more tips, read our guide on how to avoid online scams.

How do we find stand mixer deals?

When we search for stand mixer deals, we look through a wide range of retailer sites to see what's being offered. As retailers compete with each other, we often find prices go up and down a few times, so we continue to track every price to make sure you're always getting the best saving possible, and update this page accordingly.

We also look at the small retailers as well as the big ones, as they sometimes offer a price that larger brands cannot. Our aim is to help you find the biggest and best stand mixer deals, whichever the retailer.

How do we select stand mixer deals?

There are a variety of stand mixer discounts around, but those that are listed here are the top performers of more than 40 shortlisted, tested and reviewed by BBC Good Food reviews experts.

We put each stand mixer through its paces using thoroughly tested recipes, which assess both their performance on everyday kitchen tasks and additional functions. You can find out which models performed best in our guide to the best stand mixers.

The cost-of-living crisis is continuing to affect all of us, and we’re now more aware than ever of the amount of energy that we’re using. That’s why we’ve also listed the wattage of each of the products we’ve tested, so you’re able to see – at a glance – whether the stand mixer you’ve got your eye on is likely to be cheap to run.

For more energy-saving tips from us here at BBC Good Food, read our guide to energy-efficient cooking. And if you’re looking to stock up, our best energy-efficient appliances guide features the very best low-wattage appliances.

How to get a good stand mixer deal

  • Look at reviews: we can all be swayed by a deal that looks good, but you won't want to risk the model you have your eye on being a dud. Our experts have tested a range of different stand mixers on the market, so we really do know the best ones out there. Each review is impartial and includes up-to-date advice on the products actually worth your money.
  • Stick to a budget: to make the most of the discounts available, try to set a budget and stick to it.
  • When you see a price you like, buy it: Dedicated sales periods offer great opportunities to save, but many are only available for a short time, so don't hang around.
  • Use tools to alert you to good deals: sites like CamelCamelCamel track the price history of Amazon products.

How to calculate your KwH usage

The wattage of stand mixers can vary wildly. Some only require a couple of hundred watts, others reach the thousands. It’s unlikely that you’ll have to run your stand mixer for longer than 15 minutes continuously, but it’s still worth knowing how much it’s going to cost you.

This simple sum will help you work out a stand mixer’s kWh usage. Take the wattage and multiply it by the hours of use per day (for less than an hour you’ll need to make this a decimal), then divide the total by 1000. The final cost per kWh will depend on two factors: your energy tariff rate and where you live.


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