Kohls.com: Bella Waffle Iron, Crock Pot, Presto Electric Griddle, and more for as low as $2 shipped after rebate!!

Need to purchase an appliance for yourself or as Christmas gifts? Here’s a deal from Kohls.com that you won’t want to miss!

Each of the following appliances currently have a $10 mail-in rebate (limit one per model), plus you can use coupon code BLACKFRI to get 15% off your entire purchase.

Bella Waffle Iron — $19.99 (from $39.99)
Presto 20″ Electric Griddle — $19.99 (from $39.99)
TRU Party Pot 1.5-qt. Slowcooker — $19.99 (from $29.99)
Bella Deep Fryer — $22.99 (from $34.99)
Bella Single Scoop Coffeemaker — $22.99 (from $29.99)
Black & Decker Quesadilla Maker — $22.99 (from $39.99)
George Foreman Grill — $22.99 (from $29.99)
Black & Decker Electric Can Opener — $22.99 (from $29.99)
Tru Triple Slowcooker — $44.99 (from $69.99)
Nostalgia Electrics Old-Fashioned Movie Time Popcorn Maker — $99.99 (from $199.99)

Shipping is free with a $50+ order and all $50+ orders qualify for $15 in Kohl’s cash back (use this like a gift certificate to purchase something else on your Christmas list!)

So, to get the best bang for your buck, you’d want to order three different appliances that put your total right at after the coupon code $50. Like this:

Buy 1 Bella Waffle Iron at $19.99
Buy 1 TRU Party Pot 1.5-qt. Slowcooker at $19.99
Buy 1 Presto 20″ Electric Griddle at $19.99 (from $39.99)
Use the 15% off code BLACKFRI
Spend $50.97 plus tax out of pocket
Submit for three $10 rebates ($30 total)
Earn $15 in Kohl’s Cash
After the rebates and Kohl’s cash, your total would be like paying $5.97 out of pocket for all three items — or just $2 each!

Last year when they had this deal, the items sold out rather quickly. So I’d recommend not waiting around to make your purchase, if you’re interested in some of these items!

Thanks, Moms By Heart!

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  1. barbara says

    i got the waffle iron,griddle and deep fryer for $56 out of pocket so after deal it will be $11 for all 3 awesome!!

  2. Amy L says

    This is awesome! I was able to take care of two gifts :) AND be able to replace our waffle maker that died last week! Thanks so much for sharing this!

  3. Jill says

    Also, if you have a shopathome account or ebates account, you can earn 6% cash back on your purchase!

  4. Laura says

    Got it! Thanks! I did this last year and had good success. The key, of course, is submitting those rebates. Last year I bought a coffeemaker to use just for tea. Now I wake up to brewed tea!

  5. Lori says

    You do have to cut the UPC off the boxes to submit for the rebate, so keep that in mind if you’re gift giving.

  6. Wendy Kumpf says

    so you need to send each rebate seperate if they are for different items or can you send one rebate form with one receipt and all the UPC’s?

      • Wendy Kumpf says

        so I need to fill out one rebate sheet per item? I wasn’t sure because they are all listed on the same form. I thought maybe they would rather do one $80 check instead of 8 $10 checks. But I don’t want to mess it up, so I guess I will do 8 seperate envelopes with 8 receipts and the 8 upc’s seperate?

  7. A Mom says

    Do you know if you can roll the kohl’s cash? Like if I do the deal today and then tomorrow buy something else, can I use the Kohl’s cash and still get more kohl’s cash?

    • Wendy Kumpf says

      You can’t use the Kohls cash till the 25th I think. Maybe the 26th. It doesn’t roll over and I have had a problem with the order they take some discounts too.
      Give them each discount in order, dont let them know you have it till you want them to know if you use it in store.
      I love to buy presents for my daycare kids there, but beware if you buy them because if they break you get a certain percent back with the kohls cash offer and they NEVER have any replacements because they only carry the toys seasonally. We bought a CARS slotcar set last year and it broke almost right away and there was nothing we could really do.

  8. says

    Thanks! Just did this deal. Wish I had read the comments first and saw the deep fryer, as I just went for the 3 items in the sample scenario. Maybe I’ll make a second order for the deep fryer and some baby clothes.

  9. says

    I went back and placed a second order, as our microwave quit working yesterday. Got the deep fryer (something my husband’s been wanting!), George Foreman grill, quesadilla maker, a stainless steel microwave, jeans for my husband, and two pair of socks for my baby.

    After 15% off code, total with tax came to $218.11. But I will get back $60 in Kohl’s cash, $30 in MIRs, 8% from uPromise ($16.12), 5% from Discover ($10.07). Once all of the rebates are factored in, it’s like I’m getting all that stuff – some for us and some to be gifts – for $101.92 (after tax). Last year at this time, my husband bought our just-broken microwave for $108, so already, I got WAY more than that for less.

    • Becky says

      Thanks for posting this Crystal! This is one of the best deals I’ve done in a long time. I had $50 in Kohl’s gift cards which were earned on my credit card’s cash back program. After using the gift cards, 15% off, and free shipping, my grand total out of pocket expense was just $5.82 for the coffee maker, waffle maker, and griddle!

      Plus, I’ll receive $30 in rebates and $15 in Kohl’s cash. I love getting a great deal! Thank you. :)

      • Elizabeth says

        I tried to get the griddle and it is no longer available. I was able to get the waffle iron though. I tried to several different toys while I was shopping and most I tried was no longer available either. Things are going quickly!

  10. Melissa says

    If you enter Kohl’s website through ShopDiscover and use your discover card to purchase the items, you can get 10% back.

  11. Sup3rgirl says

    I purchased 2 of the waffle makers (one for me and one for my mom) how do I claim both rebates since the rules say you can only do one per household? They are all on the same receipt..do I put one in her name?