Bosch 6.5-Qt Universal Mixer – $319, Reg. $399

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It’s Cyber Monday — and I’ve been waiting for a deal on a Bosch mixer.

We almost always get one, and first thing this morning, I got a price alert on this Bosch MUM6N10UC Universal Plus Stand Mixer, 800 watt, 6.5-Quarts — down to $319, regularly $399.

Shipping is free, although not through Amazon Prime.

  • Lightweight 6.5-quart plastic BPA-free bowl with easy-grip handle and removable drive shaft for easy cleaning; bowl is dishwasher safe. Bottom drive allows easy addition of ingredients.
  • Dual beaters provide triple whipping action up to any whipping task. Whip as little as one egg white, mash up to 10 pounds of cooked potatoes, shred cooked chicken.
  • Powerful belt-driven Transmission ensures adequate torque for almost any recipe, even kneading up to 14 loaves (15 pounds) of whole grain bread dough or mixing up to 34 dozen cookies in a single batch
  • A variety of optional attachments and accessories will to turn your mixer into a kitchen machine. Grind meat, juice citrus, make fresh homemade pasta, and more.
  • Includes wire whips with plastic whip drive, dough hook, and 2-piece pouring shield and lid

Full disclosure: I’ve been sitting on this deal for several hours, debating whether or not to post, because honestly, we’ve seen it go lower. This model was $299 three years ago for Black Friday.

And I don’t like to share deals unless they REALLY are deals! (And not just discounts.)

BUT, I’ve also received multiple emails and Facebook messages from folks looking for discounts on the Bosch. And when I told them about this one, with the major caveat about the price, they all encouraged me to post.

SO…. I’m sharing this deal with you — but with the asterisk next to it isn’t an all-time low price, like most deals that I post.

I will continue to keep my eye out, but given that half of Cyber Monday has already passed us by, I do think this is a good price you can feel confident in buying.

(Thanks for the nudge, Andrea!)




  1. FYI the line about kneading 15 lbs of dough is misleading. This bowl only holds about 3 lbs of. flour.. the large metal bowl sold separately can hold 6 lbs of flour. The line above was referring to motor strength not capacity.

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