Hudson's Bay Canada: KitchenAid 7-Cup Food Processor Was $170 | Now $110 & Free Shipping

Hudson's Bay Canada: KitchenAid 7-Cup Food Processor Was $170 | Now $110 & Free Shipping

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This weekend Hudson's Bay has a $20 off $100 coupon code going. This coupon is valid on anything you want at Hudson's Bay, whether it is on sale or regular priced. I found a hot deal on some KitchenAid appliances, to which I applied the $20 off coupon to, making it that much hotter. Get the KitchenAid 7-cup food processor (varying colours available), regularly $169.99, on sale for $129.99 for only $109.99 once you add the coupon code FALL. Because you've also hit the $99 minimum for free shipping, tack that on to your deal too.

I have a KitchenAid food processor (although not this model) and I have to say that I love it. Practical for so many uses, I don't think a kitchen should be without one.I'm going to say the sometimes dreaded C word here - Christmas. Now is the time to start your shopping, especially if you see hot deals going on. Could your wife, mom, sister, husband or other aspiring foodie use one of these? For around $100, that's a nice price point for gift giving.

You can slice from thick to thin, coarse to neat and beyond with this processor. There are varying colours available including:

All of these neutral colours are sure to look great in any kitchen. My food processor is empire red, which I do love as it is a bit of a showpiece, but you might want something more subdued to match your appliances.

Surfing around the web for comparable prices, I didn't see this model selling for less than $169.99, with on exception. Amazon sells most colours for $169.99, except white, for which it sells for $129.99. Sears has it for $170, as do other stores that carry the 7-cup model.

The reviews are great on this model as well, with people loving that you can set an exact adjustment for slicing and chopping:

Bought this product after verifying reviews and testing. In an independant test, 4 cooks were rating 4 different food processors, Cuisinart, Black and Decker, Oster, and Kitchenaid. At the end after preparing different types of food with each one they were asked to choose the one they preferred and unanimously selected the Kitchenaid. This why I purchased this model and so far it is living up to expectations.

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