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KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Tilt Head Stand Mixer + Food Grinder ($64.99 value) $208 AC/AR + Free Shipping at Bloomingdales

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KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Tilt Head Stand Mixer #KSM150PS
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Sale: $259.99 - $52 (CODE: FRIENDS) = $207.99 shipped

Free Kitchen Aid Food Grinder (model FGA) via mail in rebate
https://www.kitchenaid.com/promotions/ [kitchenaid.com] or see PDF file attached below
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Food grinder link doesn't work?

EDIT: It can be found on this page: http://www.kitchenaid.com/promotions/
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Food grinder link doesn't work?

EDIT: It can be found on this page: http://www.kitchenaid.com/promotions/
thank you, i went ahead and attached the pdf file as well
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Is the 6 quart worth the premium over this model?\

Edit: I'm thinking the even slicker deal is to get this model from Costco for $269: https://www.costco.com/KitchenAid...04199.html, which is also eligible for this grinder rebate. Thoughts?
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Is the 6 quart worth the premium over this model?\

Edit: I'm thinking the even slicker deal is to get this model from Costco for $269: https://www.costco.com/KitchenAid...04199.html, which is also eligible for this grinder rebate. Thoughts?
when I was looking to buy my mixer, the difference between a 5-quart and the 6-quart was explained to me that the premium one is better for a double batches (cookies, brownies), big cakes, and bigger breads/doughs because it has a bigger bowl and stronger motor. I went with the 5-quart because I tend to make one/small batches of stuff. I'm not sure if she was right, but I trust her
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when I was looking to buy my mixer, the difference between a 5-quart and the 6-quart was explained to me that the premium one is better for a double batches (cookies, brownies), big cakes, and bigger breads/doughs because it has a bigger bowl and stronger motor. I went with the 5-quart because I tend to make one/small batches of stuff. I'm not sure if she was right, but I trust her
Cool - that makes sense.
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Is the 6 quart worth the premium over this model?\

Edit: I'm thinking the even slicker deal is to get this model from Costco for $269: https://www.costco.com/KitchenAid...04199.html, which is also eligible for this grinder rebate. Thoughts?
I bought that exact 6qt one, and returned it. It has problems with making smaller batches. If you need to make larger mixes all the time then go with that but otherwise go with a 5qt
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KitchenAid's leak grease into mix. They don't tell you. You find out later. They do not support and block requests for service on this issue. Google it....
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when I was looking to buy my mixer, the difference between a 5-quart and the 6-quart was explained to me that the premium one is better for a double batches (cookies, brownies), big cakes, and bigger breads/doughs because it has a bigger bowl and stronger motor. I went with the 5-quart because I tend to make one/small batches of stuff. I'm not sure if she was right, but I trust her
Another difference I've noticed when using both is that the tilt head is much more convenient compared to the 6 qt one. Just a personal preference.
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Just to be clear, the free attachment is mailed after sending the rebate w/ Mixer proof of purchase right? Meaning we don't buy the food grinder in the same order, but mail in to receive it in ~8 weeks? Never done a rebate like this before.
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Is the 6 quart worth the premium over this model?\

Edit: I'm thinking the even slicker deal is to get this model from Costco for $269: https://www.costco.com/KitchenAid...04199.html, which is also eligible for this grinder rebate. Thoughts?
I am so tempted to buy the Costco one over an Artisan, but I keep telling myself to hold off until a major deal (like the last one where it was $225 or so)---I know this one you say is eligible for food grinder, but who actually uses that? I wish it was a different attachment Smilie
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KitchenAid's leak grease into mix. They don't tell you. You find out later. They do not support and block requests for service on this issue. Google it....
I would be surprised if most food appliances didn't have a slight issue with non-use. If you are not using a mixer at least once a month then you probably are wasting your counter or cabinet space.
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Just to be clear, the free attachment is mailed after sending the rebate w/ Mixer proof of purchase right? Meaning we don't buy the food grinder in the same order, but mail in to receive it in ~8 weeks? Never done a rebate like this before.
yes that is my interpretation as well
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I would be surprised if most food appliances didn't have a slight issue with non-use. If you are not using a mixer at least once a month then you probably are wasting your counter or cabinet space.
Your surprise, or not, to the thousands who have reported this issue on Kitchenaid mixers, it was a shock. The same shock as when they refuse to support the issue.

I have never had any other kitchen or food preparation appliance leak machine oil into food. I'm no spring chicken. KitchenAid used to have the reputation as the very best, and worth every dime. But, since the company was bought by Whirlpool, the quality standards and build on these mixers is down. Same with their service. Like I said in the earlier post... google it.
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Your surprise, or not, to the thousands who have reported this issue on Kitchenaid mixers, it was a shock. The same shock as when they refuse to support the issue.

I have never had any other kitchen or food preparation appliance leak machine oil into food. I'm no spring chicken. KitchenAid used to have the reputation as the very best, and worth every dime. But, since the company was bought by Whirlpool, the quality standards and build on these mixers is down. Same with their service. Like I said in the earlier post... google it.
thx for the heads up, i will google
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