How Much Does An Ice Cream Machine Cost?
Author : Efrain S.
To find quick costs online, it’s super easy. You just have to google. Now, how about when in search of where to buy? Well, let me give you a few more pointers here, dear reader…..
You can go online as the first safe bet and my fave choice without a doubt — Amazon, eBay, these two are the top places to go to get a great deal ( and save money ) . You can also do Best Buy but online, as well as Walmart ( through their online ordering site ) . In terms of cost, it all depends on the model you would like to get, what it can do or can’t do for you, and even the type of ice cream it can make ( regular vanilla, two – flavor, rolled or fried, etc…. you get the idea there ) . These machines can be as cheap as $50 - $60, or as I’ve seen, as pricy as $15,000 ( and even higher ) . But like I said, the cost for that will depend on so many of these values, traits and features / benefits.
To at least give you some guidance…..
First of all, if you get a stainless steel, single – flavor, much larger type of machine, like one made with 1920 watts / 16 amps potential, then you are looking to pay anywhere from like $3,000 - $10,000 just as a ball – park figure ( better start saving now, he he he heh ) ….dependent on the 3rd - party seller, as well and their price listings, not to mention the brand’s ( if you buy directly, instead ) . But on the cheaper end, if you start small and just learn how to use one of these machines, and make it work in your basic kitchen, you ought to think about going with anything that Cuisinart ( a truly known kitchen appliance brand that sells like crazy these days — look in your kitchen to see if you have more than likely already owned something of theirs, which you probably have, he heh ) makes, and for ice – cream machines, it does sell various different models. And it sells them on Walmart Online, Kohl’s Online, Macy’s Online, and other places. Usually, if you can’t find a model in – store, then the online version of that store ( if they have one, as most big retailers definitely do ) will have it and let you order it straight there…. and sent home for you ( without or without extra shipping costs, but that usually depends on how much you spend on the order…. more often than not, anything more than $100 in purchases will often not incur extra shipping costs, but don’t quote me on that, he he he heh…. some online suppliers may still charge shipping, regardless of how much you buy from them… it’s just business, as usual ) .