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[Walmart] Cuisinart Compact Automatic Bread Maker - $39 YMMV

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[OP]
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Aug 30, 2013
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[Walmart] Cuisinart Compact Automatic Bread Maker - $39 YMMV

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=6845918101

Check around for stock. $39 seems a pretty good deal. Better if you can find it at $20.
With bread running at $2-4 a loaf, the return could be had within a couple of dozen uses.
Reviews seems great. Other vendors showing as high as $180
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Member
Jul 6, 2005
288 posts
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Hmm Maybe it is me but the link comes up out of Stock and list price of $143.98
Sr. Member
Oct 18, 2009
504 posts
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Not possible for anyone in Ontario. This isn't sold via Walmart Grocery.
Newbie
Feb 11, 2013
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Waterloo
sverige101 wrote: Not possible for anyone in Ontario. This isn't sold via Walmart Grocery.

Call your local Walmart on the curbside pick up phone number. They will reserve it for you for pick up. You just can't purchase non-essential items in store.
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Oct 22, 2007
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zecatz wrote: Call your local Walmart on the curbside pick up phone number. They will reserve it for you for pick up. You just can't purchase non-essential items in store.
How do you pay for it?
Member
Oct 9, 2019
273 posts
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Victoria, BC
Thanks Op, shows 6 available @ $39 at my local Walmart. I'll go and grab one now!
Newbie
Dec 20, 2014
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Wpg
FWIW Wpg Walmart showed an original price of $59, compared to $120+ online. Snagged one, thanks OP.
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Newbie
Feb 11, 2013
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Waterloo
dealio411 wrote: How do you pay for it?

When you go to pick it up, you can pay cash/card.
Member
Mar 14, 2018
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I’m so glad it’s not available in my location. Just bought one from Costco for $99
Sr. Member
Oct 18, 2009
504 posts
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Picked one using curb-side pick up at the Walmart near me...
Funny thing is there were 2 others in the cart behind the table waiting to be picked up by others, assuming RFD'ers Face With Tears Of Joy
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Dec 16, 2011
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Pointe Claire
The one we use must be at least 10 years old. Are new ones significantly better?
Member
Nov 6, 2013
223 posts
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Got this one and the Sunbean bread maker. Keeping the Sunbeam, makes better bread, to my taste. The Cusinart is a lot smaller and looks way more modern..
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Jul 22, 2020
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Shihtzus wrote: I’m so glad it’s not available in my location. Just bought one from Costco for $99
Is the inside pot non-stick coating or steel?
Jr. Member
Jul 16, 2009
189 posts
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I noticed that the home made bread is way more flaky than the commerical ones. Is that normal?
Newbie
Aug 23, 2012
86 posts
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Montreal
dogdayafter12 wrote: The one we use must be at least 10 years old. Are new ones significantly better?
New ones suppose to be breaked more easily, I bought below Frigidaire one from Costco at $59.97 in April and it stopped working in May, had to return it.
https://www.costco.ca/frigidaire-stainl ... 78423.html

I found one at local Walmart and I spent $5 more for extended warranty to be safe.
Newbie
Oct 1, 2006
63 posts
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non-stick. The paddle is non-stick coated as well.
Newbie
Oct 1, 2006
63 posts
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Have this unit, been using it for the past 6 months every 3-4 days to make a 2lb loaf. It works great, takes about 3.5hrs to bake a loaf. It is a little loud when kneading, but otherwise works really well. To my non-stick comment, if you put a lot of seeds, you will notice the coating wear in a few spots, specifically on the kneading paddle.
Sr. Member
Aug 31, 2012
543 posts
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Toronto
Not available. Too bad because I was thinking of this one or the Sunbeam. Not sure if this one makes GF bread.

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