Hot Kitchen Appliances (Around $8)

This is a fantastic sale from JC Penney on Cook’s kitchen appliances.

You can get a Cook’s Power Blender, 12-cup Programmable Coffeemaker, or Belgian Flip Waffle Maker for around $8 after sale & rebates!

Here is how to take advantage of this great deal:

Step 1: Click to check out the JCPenney page on Shop At Home.  By shopping through this link you will get 9% cash back on your purchase.  Click where it says “shop now” on the right hand side. (This 9% offer expires 10/17).

Step 2: Search for the item you would like to purchase: “Cooks 5-in-1 Power Blender”, “Coffeemaker 12-Cup Programmable (this one is a few dollars more expensive)” or “Belgian Flip Waffle Maker” and then add them to your cart.

Step 3: When you check out use the code BESTSALE and it will take $10 off your final total making it $19.99.  Select “ship to store” and shipping will be free.

Step 4: Then print the Cooks Kitchen Rebate form (go ahead and print it now in case they pull it).  You can get one rebate per item so if you would like to buy more than one you can go back and purchase a second item.  If you choose to get a second item, follow the directions above exactly except at check out use the code GOTTADO and that will take the $10 off.  Do not purchase them together- you will need two receipts.

Step 5: In a few days you will see your 9% rebate in your Shop At Home account! 

Thanks Money Saving Mom!

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  1. Laura says

    I have never had any problems using Shop At Home for rebates. I have never downloaded their toolbar or used any of their other services however. Since using them as a website does not require you to download anything there is no software added to your computer to be spyware. And since I give them my couponing e-mail address when they do e-mail me it goes to the box where I can ignore it if I wish.

  2. Sarah says

    Is safe to use? My husband says that he doesn’t trust it and has heard that your computer gets adware/spyware from that website. Not sure if that’s true or not. I’d love to save money through it, but you just can’t be too safe.