Macy's has exceptionally significant deals in its kitchen department for Black Friday this year. Sales include many items with a 20 percent off price tag, general sales and notable rebates.
The popular department store is offering a slew of savings on many culinary gadgets. Shoppers buying for wannabe chefs or even just for the average person who enjoys whipping up a nice meal might have luck braving the Black Friday crowds.
Shoppers can expect sales on George Foreman grills, Black and Decker rotating waffle makers, and a Bella 5-quart slow cooker.
Black Friday hopefuls looking to upgrade their own kitchen appliances can look forward to ditching those more dull knives because Macys is offering solid steel cutlery by Tools of the Trade for $34.99. The set is marked down from $79.99.
A kitchen's collection of pots and pans can wear overtime and the 2011 holiday season might be the time to replace them. Luckily for Macy's Black Friday shoppers, various stainless steel sets are available.
For example, there is a $29.99 special on a 12-piece cookware set and an $11.99 special on a 5-quart deep-dish skillet. There are a number of rebate only deals available on cookware. For example, a 6-quart pressure cooker is $9.99 after a $10 rebate special of $19.99. A Cuisinart 5.5-quart multipot is originally priced at $39.99 and on sale for $19.99.
For the coffee lovers on your list, there is a whopping 40 percent off all regular-priced coffee makers, teakettles and espresso makers. Macy's is offering sales on Cuisinart, KitchenAid De'Longhi from $5.99 to $25.00.
For the popcorn aficionado, Macy's offers a unique gift on sale. A movie theater popcorn maker goes for $34.99 after a $15 rebate special.
For that person on everyone's holiday shopping list that prefers to stay out of the kitchen but just likes chocolate, Macy's is offering 20 percent off Godiva confections.