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The best oven deals for July 2020

Buying an oven is not just buying another appliance. It can be quite the process and you might be wondering what a convection oven is or if you need gas or electric. You have to decide based on the size that will fit your kitchen, the design, features, if you want an oven with a range or just an oven, if you need a built-in oven or free-standing unit, etc. There are many factors to consider before you even begin pricing different brands.

Whether you consider yourself an experienced chef or you just want to bake some boxed brownies, we have done the homework for you and found the best deals on all types of ovens, so you will be able to choose one that fits your needs.

Today’s Best Oven Deals

  • GE 30-inch stainless steel freestanding electric range$540, was $759
  • Frigidaire 30 inch Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven$598, was $799
  • Frigidaire 30-inch gas freestanding range with 5-burner cooktop$548, was $749
  • Danby 20-inch electric range with oven $520, was $650

  • Whirlpool 30-inch built-in single electric wall oven$850, was $1,170

Magic Chef 24-Inch Freestanding Gas Range, Stainless and Black

$899 $1,050
Expires soon
This versatile appliance has a programmable convection oven that circulates hot air to quickly cook food, plus a four-burner stainless steel cooktop with brass burners for reliable operation.

KitchenAid 30-inch Stainless Steel Double Oven Induction Range

$2,609 $2,899
Expires soon
This model boasts Even-Heat Convection technology that produces perfect cooking results, plus a steam rack that adds moisture to the oven. It can cook large quantities at separate temperatures.

Samsung - 5.9- cubic foot Convection Freestanding Electric Range

$698 $899
Expires soon
This large capacity range has fan convection that distributes heat throughout the oven faster and more evenly, while the flexible cooktop accommodates different pan sizes on 5 specialized elements.

GE 30" Stainless Steel Freestanding Electric Range

$539 $759
Expires soon
This model has two powerful elements capable of boiling water 25% faster than standard GE elements as well as producing even heat and great results.

Samsung Self-Cleaning Freestanding Gas Convection Range - Stainless steel

$650 $900
Expires soon
This versatile kitchen workhorse boasts an efficient convection system that lets you bake cookies and cakes with ease, complete with a stovetop griddle for preparing delicious meals.

Whirlpool - 30-inch Built-In Single Electric Wall Oven - Stainless steel

$850 $1,170
Expires soon
With the FIT system, this oven will easily fit in your kitchen without remodeling. Its Delay Start helps you get dinner to the table on time, while its Keep Warm setting helps keep food warm inside.

Whirlpool - 5.1-Cubic Foot Freestanding Gas Range - Stainless steel

$470 $630
Expires soon
Large enough to prepare multiple dishes for large meals and reliable enough to complete daily cooking tasks. It provides 5,000 to 15,000 BTUs of heat to meet a wide range of cooking requirements.

Frigidaire 30 inch Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven

$598 $799
Expires soon
Featuring five element cooktop with powerful 3,000W quick boil and expandable elements which provide flexibility to meet cooking needs. Quickly clean your oven in 2-hours with the self-clean cycle.

Danby 20-inch electric range with oven

$579 $650
Expires soon
This oven is a compact solution for small space living. The 20 inch free standing electric range has a large 2.3 cu. ft. oven capacity and angular control panel and front knobs.

The type of oven you need will probably be dictated by how your kitchen is set up. Unless you are remodeling your kitchen or building a new house, the decision will more than likely already be made for you. Some homes are set up for gas ovens, and some are set up for electric ovens. Older kitchens are usually designed for freestanding ovens that have built-in ranges. Many newer kitchens have wall ovens with separate range tops that are located on an island or another part of the kitchen.

With the design of your kitchen limiting your choices when it comes to a new oven, it can be tough to find the balance between what you want in an oven and what you need to fit your space. The good news is that there are many different colors, sizes, and styles of ovens available, so you will probably be able to find one that you like, and that actually works for your kitchen set up. Regardless of your wants and needs, today’s ovens are full of technology that will make your life easier, such as timers, auto-turn offs, notifications, and more. Buying a new oven may help you bring out that inner baker that you always knew was hiding somewhere.

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