Walmart’s Spring Sale Just Might Be Better Than Amazon’s — Here Are 10 Kitchen Deals You Shouldn’t Miss

published Mar 21, 2024
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We’ve had our eyes on Amazon’s Big Spring Sale all week, bringing you the latest intel on the best deals to shop this weekend. Of course, when such a major sale crops up, you can always expect other retailers to launch their own savings events — and we’re certainly not complaining. One competitor sale you can’t miss is Walmart’s. The superstore just posted hundreds of deals for its own Super Spring Savings Event, and there are so many top-notch kitchen finds to check out. From cookware to countertop appliances, you can stock up on everything you need for at-home cooking at a huge discount. We had a look through the sale section and saw plenty of shop-worthy markdowns, and on editor-favorite brands, no less! Pick up a KitchenAid stand mixer or perhaps a new two-in-one vacuum mop for easy post-cooking cleanups. There’s so much to look through, so we went ahead and listed 10 of our favorite finds below. Take a peek, and let’s get shopping!

1 / 10
was $399.99

Whether you're a seasoned baker or you like whipping up the occasional batch of cinnamon rolls, you won't regret adding KitchenAid's stand mixer to your countertop one bit. With this model’s impressive 4.5-quart capacity and 10 speeds, it makes baking and a range of other kitchen tasks — especially if you grab the extra attachments — a breeze.

2 / 10
was $419.99

Dyson really does live up to the hype, according to our staffers. Despite its silm, lightweight build — which makes it perfect for quick cleaning jobs — the V8 vacuum provides powerful suction. Its compact size also hardly takes up any space, and though it comes with a docking station, you can slide the vacuum and its attachments under the bed or inside a closet for east storage.

3 / 10
was $99.99

This cookware set is shockingly affordable, and it has tons going for it. The detachable handle is especially useful for storage and grabbing the dishes out of the oven without a mitt. Plus, the pans really are nonstick, regardless of whether you clean them right after use or soak them in soap and warm water first.

4 / 10
was $139.99

This study metal shelving unit is perfect if you don’t have enough storage space for all of your kitchen gear, garage items, or basically anything else. The shelf can hold up to 250 pounds, and the lockable wheels allow you to move in between spots easily. Best of all, when it’s not in use, it folds down to save space.

5 / 10
was $199.00

Ninja’s ice cream maker is a favorite of one of our editors, Britt. “It’s so easy to store pre-made mixtures in the freezer that I often have multiple pints frozen at one time,” she wrote in her review. “Whenever I have a craving for something sweet, all I have to do is grab one, load it into the Ninja CREAMi, and enjoy it — all in less than five minutes.” Say goodbye to store-bought!

6 / 10
was $44.99

This best-selling chopper is a meal prep superhero. Contributor Ashley determined that it really did live up to the hype when she tested it by chopping an onion for a salad. “The best part? The pieces were the perfect size, and they were all totally uniform — something I rarely experience when I chop by hand,” she wrote.

7 / 10
was $99.99

There's nothing more annoying than a vacuum cord getting caught on every piece of furniture. With the Shark VACMOP, there's no need to worry about pesky cords anymore. Plus, you get a two-for-one deal — this Shark has both powerful vacuum suction and spray mopping capabilities. It also comes with two disposable VACMOP pads and a bottle of multi-surface hard floor cleaner, or everything you need to get started on your deep clean.

8 / 10
was $99.99

You’ll get the best of both worlds with this machine; it works with both K-Cup pods and ground coffee. Your coffee will stay warm thanks to the 12-cup glass carafe and heating plate, and it even comes equipped with a convenient pause-and-pour feature.

9 / 10
was $59.99

These glass containers are way more durable than plastic counterparts, and the clear glass means you get an instant visual reminder of what food is in your fridge. You can use them as meal-prep containers for individually portioned meals, but they'll also work well for storing leftovers.

10 / 10
was $229.99

Maybe you’ve yet to grab an air fryer, or maybe you’re ready to upgrade to something larger and more versatile. This sizeable machine combines the functions of a toaster oven and air fryer, letting you save counter space and cook more variety of meals in more ways. It's a win-win, especially at this price.