The Best Under-$100 Finds from the Kohl's Home Sale
Score gadgets, appliances and more at seriously discounted prices.
Now through August 2, Kohl's is running a Home Sale with deals on some of our favorite gadgets — including cookware and tools from the Food Network line. Plus, you'll find markdowns on some of our editors' most-loved brands, like Instant Pot, Ninja, Cuisinart, and so many more.
If you're shopping online, you can schedule same-day pickups for products at select stores, or snag free shipping on your order of $75 or more. Whether you need a complete cookware kit for your new home or just want to add a new gadget to your countertop collection, this sale has something for everyone.
Today only (July 27), you'll also get an extra 20% off almost everything — just use code 'FAST20' at checkout!
Take your grill game to the next level with this stainless steel BBQ tool set: It has everything you need whether you're grilling burgers or veggies. You'll get corn holders, skewers, tongs, a turner, a brush and a digital fork thermometer, all in a sleek storage box. Wood accents make this gear extra-special, and everything is heat-safe to 500 degrees F.
Whether you prefer vibrant aqua or classic gray, add a clean-cutting pizza wheel to your utensil drawer. Plus, you can use this dishwasher-safe gadget for more than pizza — think quesadillas, pastry doughs, pie crusts, brownies and so much more. One Kohl's shopper writes, "Great pizza cutter! This cuts through a pizza crust like butter, so easy! I don't know why it took me so long to buy this."
Get better-than-ever results for your next DIY pizza night with this under-$20 tool. This nonstick pan has a textured design that improves airflow and ensures even baking, and a heavy-duty steel construction that's warp-resistant. One shopper says that this is the "Best pizza pan available. This pan cooks pizza with a nice crisp, evenly-cooked bottom. Clean-up is a breeze. After many many uses, my pans still look like new!"
Upgrade your cutlery drawer for less than $10 with this dynamic spatula duo. And don't be fooled by the name — these flexible silicone spatulas are for more than scraping hard-to-reach jars. Use them to frost cakes, cookies, and brownies, then toss in the dishwasher for easy clean-up.
In testing, the Food Network kitchen thought this model was the best coffee maker for a crowd (or someone who caffeinates all day!) and right now, you can get it for under $100. We loved the Brew Pause function, which lets you grab a cup before the pot is full. The auto brew feature lets you schedule brew time (so you can wake up to a hot pot of coffee!), and the carafe keeps your brew hot for up to two hours.
Save $20 on Instant Pot's most-loved model and size. This countertop gadget combines seven appliances into one, and features 14 built-in smart programs like soup, beans, poultry, rice, yogurt and more. The LED screen is easy to use, and the programmable timer delays cooking up to 24 hours for everyday ease.
OK, so this one is more than $100, but we couldn't pass it up. This new addition to the Instant family does (almost) everything. One shopper calls this her "Best kitchen appliance purchase! I have made rotisserie chicken, slow cooked pork roast, cakes, pies, fried chicken, baked apples, lasagna...you name it, I have cooked it. I don't even turn on my oven anymore because I can cook the same amount of food in half the time."
Snag this Food Network-favorite blender for less than $100. Our test kitchen loved the Ninja Professional blender for its unique blade design that efficiently crushes ice, blends and purees. Whether you're making a pitcher of margaritas or an Instagram-ready smoothie bowl, this blender delivers perfectly-blended results, every time. Plus, the container, lid and blade assembly are all dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup.
With camping season in full swing, make sure you have a cast-iron skillet for flavorful campfire cooking. This one from Lodge is our test kitchen's "gold-standard" cast-iron skillet — the company has been making pans since the early 1900s, and they were the first to introduce pre-seasoned pans (now a cast-iron standard). Lodge skillets are already affordable, and now, you can grab one for under $25 at Kohl's.
If you're intrigued by GreenPan's health-conscious nonstick gear, take advantage of this sale and add this frying pan to your cookware collection. The company uses a special ceramic nonstick coating called Thermolon, which doesn't use toxic chemicals found in other nonstick surfaces. We loved the brand in testing out nonstick frying pans.