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[Future Shop] Future Shop - KitchenAid Stand Mixer Attachments - Up To 50% Off + Up To $110 MIR

Future Shop has KitchenAid stand mixer attachments for up to 50% off in their latest flyer (Nov 25 - Dec 1).
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EDIT: The up to 50% off stand mixer attachments is back in the latest Future Shop flyer (Dec 16 - Dec 22). Some prices are different; they are updated below.
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Full list: http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/category ... 29620.aspx There is also a manufacturer MIR for $20 per eligible attachment and $50 bonus for buying 3 attachments (i.e. total of $110 if you buy 3) from Nov 1 to Dec 24, 2011: http://www.kitchenaidpromotions.com/kap ... ction.aspx (Rebate Form: https://www.therebatecompany.com/Secure ... lform.aspx).

But, Futureshop, Bed Bath & Beyond, Lowe's, and Loblaws Co. Ltd are not eligible for rebate.

However, the trick is to purchase these attachments with PM at a different store (Best Buy, Sears, The Bay, Home Outfitters, etc.) to qualify for the MIR. It'll be cheapest to PM at Best Buy as they have a 110% PM policy.

MIR eligible attachments: http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/KA ... 11_ENG.pdf
  • KPEXTA Pasta Extruder
  • KPRA Pasta Roller
  • KGSSA Gourmet Attachment Pack (Food Grinder, Slicer/Shredder, Sausage Stuffer)
  • FPPA Mixer Attachment Pack
  • KRAV Ravioli Maker
  • KGM Grain Mill
  • FGA Food Grinder
  • KICA0WH Ice Cream Maker
  • RVSA Rotor Slicer/Shredder
  • K5GB Glass Bowl
  • KFETPRA Pasta Roller 2pc
So, the best deal is to PM the grinder ($69.99), slicer/shredder ($79.99), and ice-cream maker ($99.99) at Best Buy, then get MIR from KitchenAid. Final cost will be [$34.99 (FGA) + $44.99 (RVSA) + $49.99 (KICA0WH) - $12 (110% PM)] + Tax - $110 MIR = $117.97 + Tax - $110 MIR = about $13-$26 depending on province.

EDIT: The best deal now is to PM the grinder, ice-cream maker, and the glass mixing bowl at other stores, then get the MIR from KitchenAid.
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S.Chan wrote: Future Shop has KitchenAid stand mixer attachments for up to 50% off in their latest flyer (Nov 25 - Dec 1).
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Full list: http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/category ... 29620.aspx There is also a manufacturer MIR for $20 per eligible attachment and $50 bonus for buying 3 attachments (i.e. total of $110 if you buy 3) from Nov 1 to Dec 24, 2011: http://www.kitchenaidpromotions.com/kap ... ction.aspx (Rebate Form: https://www.therebatecompany.com/Secure ... lform.aspx).

But, Futureshop, Bed Bath & Beyond, Lowe's, and Loblaws Co. Ltd are not eligible for rebate.

However, the trick is to purchase these attachments with PM at a different store (Best Buy, Sears, The Bay, Home Outfitters, etc.) to qualify for the MIR. It'll be cheapest to PM at Best Buy as they have a 110% PM policy.

MIR eligible attachments: http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/KA ... 11_ENG.pdf
  • KPEXTA Pasta Extruder
  • KPRA Pasta Roller
  • KGSSA Gourmet Attachment Pack (Food Grinder, Slicer/Shredder, Sausage Stuffer)
  • FPPA Mixer Attachment Pack
  • KRAV Ravioli Maker
  • KGM Grain Mill
  • FGA Food Grinder
  • KICA0WH Ice Cream Maker
  • RVSA Rotor Slicer/Shredder
  • K5GB Glass Bowl
  • KFETPRA Pasta Roller 2pc
So, the best deal is to PM the grinder ($69.99), slicer/shredder ($79.99), and ice-cream maker ($99.99) at Best Buy, then get MIR from KitchenAid. Final cost will be [$34.99 (FGA) + $44.99 (RVSA) + $49.99 (KICA0WH) - $12 (110% PM)] + Tax - $110 MIR = $117.97 + Tax - $110 MIR = about $13-$26 depending on province.

I think there's a flaw, the extra $50 says "BONUS RECEIVE AN ADD ITI ONA L $50 REBATE with the purchase of 3 or more qualifying appliances**" and "**multiple purchases must be made at the same retailer"

I don't think the $50 will apply to multiple attachments even though it's under the heading of "Qualifying Appliances"
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Stranger wrote: I think there's a flaw, the extra $50 says "BONUS RECEIVE AN ADD ITI ONA L $50 REBATE with the purchase of 3 or more qualifying appliances**" and "**multiple purchases must be made at the same retailer"

I don't think the $50 will apply to multiple attachments even though it's under the heading of "Qualifying Appliances"
The attachments have qualified in the past as "appliances", when the rebate has been worded the same.
However, purchases from Futureshop do not qualify.
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Note that the three attachments must be purchased from the same retailer, but you may purchase them at different locations of the retailer (Source: someone who asked a KA rep from the last deal lol). I know from personal experience that it can be extremely difficult to find all three at one location sometimes, so this comes in real handy.
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arisk wrote: The attachments have qualified in the past as "appliances", when the rebate has been worded the same.
However, purchases from Futureshop do not qualify.
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jjj112 wrote: Where you see this :(

It's right in the rebate form "Rebate Offer not available on purchases made at Bed Bath & Beyond, Future Shop, Lowe’s or Loblaws Co. Ltd"

Read the OP, you can PM them elsewhere (e.g. BB) and then use the rebate.
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arisk wrote: The attachments have qualified in the past as "appliances", when the rebate has been worded the same.
However, purchases from Futureshop do not qualify.

I'm in even if the bonus $50 doesn't apply. It would be fantastic if it does.
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Stranger wrote: I'm in even if the bonus $50 doesn't apply. It would be fantastic if it does.

It does apply. I did this last year with 3 attachments. I think it was even the 3 attachment recommended by the OP. I bought at Home Outfitter's or something with no PM, so this is even a better deal.
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Home Outfitters is still offering a $20 gift card for every $50 purchased right now too.
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FYI, the Artisans are $279 at Sears starting Dec. 1, plus the $50 rebate from KA, so it's the same price as FS, but for those who prefer no GC..
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gmark2000 wrote: Home Outfitters is still offering a $20 gift card for every $50 purchased right now too.

Does Home Outfitters PM? Because that to me seems like the best deal. You could buy the three attachments in the OP and come out 20$ ahead.
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nextguy wrote: Does Home Outfitters PM? Because that to me seems like the best deal. You could buy the three attachments in the OP and come out 20$ ahead.

NVM, I just saw on their website that they do.
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Tell me if my calculations are correct.

If I were to go to Home Outfitters and price match, I'd get the following.

Ice Cream Maker, $50
Mixer Attachment, $100
Pasta Press, $130

$280. For which I'd get the $20 gift card for every $50 spent, or $100 in gift cards.

Then it's $280-$110 or $170.

$170 - $100 worth of gift cards. The effective cost for $560 worth of attachments would be $70?

Except that I see you must use the $20 gift cards between December 2-17, and you must spend $50 for each $20 card.

Another Edit! Would I be save in assuming that the "money card" could not be used to purchase gift cards?

I will answer my own question.


[QUOTE] Money cards are redeemable for merchandise only and cannot be redeemed for Dyson, All Clad, HBC Gift Cards or Gift Registry online purchases. Redeemable only at Home Outfitters stores.[/QUOTE]
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Am I the only one that sees the Mail in Rebate being applied twice in OP?

I hope I'm wrong.

Also, without sounding douchey, which MIR in the link is the one were looking to use?
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To me, Home Outfitters' GC promo scheme is next to useless, not only you have to spend extra ($50) to use the GC ($20), they also only give you a narrow time frame to use them, so even if you've racked up 5 GC's, are you ready to spend 5 times $50 within the next 2 weeks?!


TCWeasel wrote: Tell me if my calculations are correct.

If I were to go to Home Outfitters and price match, I'd get the following.

Ice Cream Maker, $50
Mixer Attachment, $100
Pasta Press, $130

$280. For which I'd get the $20 gift card for every $50 spent, or $100 in gift cards.

Then it's $280-$110 or $170.

$170 - $100 worth of gift cards. The effective cost for $560 worth of attachments would be $70?

Except that I see you must use the $20 gift cards between December 2-17, and you must spend $50 for each $20 card.

Another Edit! Would I be save in assuming that the "money card" could not be used to purchase gift cards?
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OP any answer on the MIR double up you've stated?

About to head to Best Buy on my lunch to pick these things up!!
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TCWeasel wrote: Tell me if my calculations are correct.

If I were to go to Home Outfitters and price match, I'd get the following.

Ice Cream Maker, $50
Mixer Attachment, $100
Pasta Press, $130

$280. For which I'd get the $20 gift card for every $50 spent, or $100 in gift cards.

Then it's $280-$110 or $170.

$170 - $100 worth of gift cards. The effective cost for $560 worth of attachments would be $70?

Except that I see you must use the $20 gift cards between December 2-17, and you must spend $50 for each $20 card.

Another Edit! Would I be save in assuming that the "money card" could not be used to purchase gift cards?

I will answer my own question.

How about this:

You purchase these three items:

Ice Cream Maker 50
Slicer/Shredder 45
Food Grinder 35

Total price is 130 - 60 - 50 = 20
Plus you get 2 x 20$ GC = 40$

So effective price is -20

Now you can use the two gift cards to get:

Mixer Attachment 100
Pasta Press 130
A second Food Grinder 35

Total price 265 - 60 - 50 (use a different address for the MIR) - 40 (gift cards) = 115
Plus you get 5 x 20$ GC = 100$

So effective price is now 15$

So in total you get:

Ice Cream Maker 50
Slicer/Shredder 45
Food Grinder 35
Mixer Attachment 100
Pasta Press 130
A second Food Grinder 35
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marklin wrote: To me, Home Outfitters' GC promo scheme is next to useless, not only you have to spend extra ($50) to use the GC ($20), they also only give you a narrow time frame to use them, so even if you've racked up 5 GC's, are you ready to spend 5 times $50 within the next 2 weeks?!

Yet, sadly, it's more than any other store would do. Even if you don't use them all, you're still saving 40% on anything you buy over $50.

CTC will give you CT money back, but then don't appear to carry anything except the multi attachment pack in terms of attachments.

Currently they've buy one get one free for twin Henkel knives of which I need one or two more. That sale ends December 1, using the cash card begins December 2.

I can't think of anything at Home Outfitters I'd need at $250, to save $100.

Though I have being eyeing that Actifry.
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nextguy wrote: How about this:

You purchase these three items:

Ice Cream Maker 50
Slicer/Shredder 45
Food Grinder 35

Total price is 130 - 60 - 50 = 20
Plus you get 2 x 20$ GC = 40$

So effective price is -20

Now you can use the two gift cards to get:

Mixer Attachment 100
Pasta Press 130
A second Food Grinder 35

Total price 265 - 60 - 50 (use a different address for the MIR) - 40 (gift cards) = 115
Plus you get 5 x 20$ GC = 100$

So effective price is now 15$

So in total you get:

Ice Cream Maker 50
Slicer/Shredder 45
Food Grinder 35
Mixer Attachment 100
Pasta Press 130
A second Food Grinder 35


Nope. You can't use the gift cards yet. And they probably won't still being giving them out when they are valid, plus the sale will be over.

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