Where to Find Budget Kitchen Appliances

The high price of kitchen appliances has prompted many homeowners to search for more inexpensive options. Fortunately, there are many options available for those looking to go this route, from online resale stores, to local classified websites, to department store clearance centers. Let's look at some of these options for budget kitchen appliances.


Why consider buying used kitchen appliances?

Appliance resale stores, both online and brick and mortar, are a logical place to start your search for budget kitchen appliances. You'd be surprised at what you can find used. Many refrigerators and stoves are almost new, sometimes used only in show houses, or from new construction homes where the owner wasn't satisfied with the original appliances. The cost of used appliances, varies depending on condition, age and features, but can be significantly lower than new, sometimes half as much.

Another good place to look is the local online classifieds. Often, when people move into a new home, they change out the appliances and sell them locally. The good thing about this option is that you can see it before you take it home. You can also talk to original owner and learn about any quirks it may have.

Other places to find budget kitchen appliances

Some people just don't like used kitchen appliances, no matter the condition. The idea of using someone else's stove, refrigerator and especially dishwasher, is not appealing to them. Luckily, there are some other options for those looking to buy new and still save money. One of those places is a department store clearance center. Many of these specifically sell appliances; last year's model, scratch-and-dent, or unused returns.
Prices at these clearance centers are incredibly reasonable, almost that of buying used.

One more option for budget stoves, refrigerators & dishwashers is builder's liquidation centers. Many cities have stores that sell home-builders', contractors', and manufacturers' left over products. These places don't always carry appliances, but they are still a worthwhile place to check out.