If you’re looking for oven deals, there are factors to consider other than the brand. Buying a new oven isn’t hard, but you need to make choices. One of your first considerations is whether a convection oven is a better way to go than a gas or electric oven. You also have to decide on your new oven’s size, design and features. You can choose an oven with a range or an oven only and if you need a built-in oven or a free-standing unit. As with major appliances during the height of the pandemic supply-chain woes, good deals on ovens were scarce as prices increased for the ovens that were available, whether they were sold singly or in kitchen appliance package deals. Most, but not all, of the oven supply-chain shortage pressure is now relieved so you have more choices and the deals are better. Whether you consider yourself an experienced home chef or just want to bake brownies, we’ve done the homework for you and lined up the best oven deals.
Amana 4.8 Cu. Ft. Electric Range
— $648, was $869
Summit RG200WS 20-Inch-Wide Sealed Burner Gas Range, White
— $740, was $776
Frigidaire 30 inch Electric Range with Self-Cleaning Oven
— $899, was $1,199
Cosmo Fan-Assisted 36″ 6 cu.ft. Freestanding Gas Range
— $2,665, was $3,146
Frigidaire Professional 30-In. Double Electric Wall Oven
— $2,969, was $2,999
ZLINE 36″ 4.6 cu ft. Freestanding Gas Range
— $3,650, was $7,750
ZLINE 48″ 6 cu. ft. Freestanding Dual Fuel Range
— $5,400, was $6,345
The type of oven you need is usually dictated your kitchen arrangement. Unless you are remodeling your kitchen or building a new house, the decision of oven type and most other factors will already be made for you. Some homes are set up for gas ovens, other can only use electric ovens. Older kitchens are usually designed for freestanding ovens that have built-in ranges. Many newer kitchens, however, have wall ovens with separate range tops located on an island or another part of the kitchen. Before venturing off to online or physical stores, making a list that differentiates features you want and those you must have can save a lot of time.
The design of your kitchen can narrow your choices in picking 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 that actually works for your kitchen set up. Regardless of your wants and needs, today’s ovens are packed with technology that will make your life easier, such as timers, auto-turn offs, notifications, and more. Buying a new oven may help bring out your inner baker or sauté superchef.