Macy’s After-Christmas Sale Has Some of the Best Deals We’ve Seen on KitchenAid, Nespresso, and Staub

published Dec 26, 2023
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Gift-giving season may have just come to a close, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t treat yourself after checking off everyone on your list. Maybe you didn’t get the exact kitchen item that you’ve been eyeing this year, or you’ve got some extra cash that was gifted to you — or maybe you’re like us and are itching to give your kitchen a refresh in the New Year. In either case, you deserve it!

In fact, there’s no better time to splurge on yourself than the final week of the year because you can make the most of the spectacular sales most retailers are putting on. Macy’s has been rolling out some shockingly low prices during their huge year-end event, including on editor-loved brands like KitchenAid and Staub. So, as we count down to 2024, you can also cross off any items that are still lingering on your wishlist, and start off the New Year strong with a fully stocked kitchen. It’s time to get this party started!

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was $484.95

I don’t blame you if you avoid baking when you have to mix by hand — but you can bake as often as your heart desires once you add a KitchenAid stand mixer to your countertop. (Personally, I don’t know how I ever went without mine.) This model has a 5-quart capacity, which can churn out up to nine dozen cookies, and comes with a flex edge beater that completely eliminates the need to scrape down the side of the bowl. It’s a total lifesaver!

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was $249.95

Contributor Dana said that her Nespresso machine was the best purchase she’s made in a decade — and it totally deserves such high praise. You’ll get café-quality cups for a fraction of the price, saving you a ton of money in the long run. “I thought the little burst of joy every morning would wear off, but it hasn’t,” Dana said of her easy-to-use machine. Pro tip: She loves to use the made-for-iced-coffee blends in the summer.

3 / 10
was $543.00

Like a Dutch oven, the French version is a total workhorse in the kitchen, able to do anything from boiling to frying. Staub’s cocotte, though, has the advantage of having taller sides and being slimmer. “Because I like to use my cocotte for dishes that involve lots of liquid, like chicken adobo, the taller sides reduce the chance of boil-overs and minimize mess,” senior food editor Kristina wrote. “These days, this cocotte edges out my Dutch oven, as it contains splatter so much better — no one likes getting hit with drops of hot oil.”

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was $114.99

All-Clad’s pro-quality cookware is generally pretty pricey — which makes sense given how long it lasts — so that’s why we always recommend waiting to snag it until it's on sale. With this deal, you can get two heavy-gauge aluminum, nonstick fry pans for the price of one.

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was $400.00

You won’t likely find a better deal than this 14-piece set from J.A. Henckels, which is over half off right now. It comes with every variation of knife you could ever need in your kitchen, plus kitchen shears and a self-sharpening knife block.

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was $39.99

This versatile, nonstick pan is even more affordable than usual right now. It can tackle everything from roasting to frying. Its durable aluminum body distributes heat evenly, and when you’re done, you can toss it in the dishwasher for an effortless cleanup.

7 / 10
was $289.95

If you know us here at The Kitchn, you know we’ll always sing Le Creuset’s praises. Their sturdy Dutch ovens are a staple in a number of our editors' kitchens, ​​and this shallower variation is perfect if you’re most often cooking single-person meals. Plus, its shallower depth makes stirring and serving easier.

8 / 10
was $166.99

This do-it-all toaster oven will quickly become the most-used item in your kitchen, whether you’re whipping up french fries or a 12-inch pizza. (Yep, it's that spacious!) You can bake, broil, toast, keep warm, and air fry, and it comes with all of the tools you’ll ever need, including an air fry basket, bake and broil pan and rack, and a crumb tray for easy cleaning.

9 / 10
was $142.99

Trust us, you won’t regret hopping on the air fryer train. In fact, you’ll never know how you went without it. Using little to no oil, this option has six preset cooking functions to cover your every need, including air fry, roast, broil, bake, reheat and french fries. It can also cook up to seven servings at a time, which’ll save you a ton of work at meal time.

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was $129.95

Those with limited counter and cabinet space should definitely opt for a single-serve blender like this one, but even though its size is compact, it’s not lacking in power. The Nutribullet’s strong stainless-steel blades can chop through tough ingredients, and you can get the exact texture you’re looking for with its handy pulse function.