There’s no denying that we’re a nation of bread-loving Brits. In fact, research by Kantar in 2018 found that bread products are purchased by 99.8% of British households – that’s equivalent to 11 million loaves of bread sold each day.


With over 3,570 specialist bakeries and 12,704 supermarkets nationwide, bread is pretty easy to come by in the UK, but there’s something extra-special about a loaf you’ve made yourself.

Either through necessity or the extra time we were all being afforded, lockdown saw many turn to home-baking. In fact, breadmaking was the biggest trend of the year at BBC Good Food. As sourdough starters bubbled away and bakes became more daring, for many of us, breadmaking turned into a hobby that has lived on beyond the pandemic.

As much as we love to get hands-on when breadmaking, it’s not always practical. Enter: the breadmaker. These nifty appliances knead, prove, knock back and shape loaves at the touch of a button, all without you having to lift a finger or turn the oven on.

We’ve tested a wide variety of breadmakers, from small and simple models, to large devices that make bread, plus jam, cakes, yogurt and more. So, if you're looking to save some dough, the good news is there are plenty of deals to take advantage of.

Black Friday may be over, but we're continuing to track new breadmaker deals as they go live throughout December, so keep this page saved so you don't miss out on the biggest discounts.

For recipes, resources and ideas for how to eat well on a budget, discover our Cook Smart campaign and our complete guide to energy-efficient cooking. Or visit our reviews section and discover more than 600 practical buyer’s guides offering unbiased advice on what equipment is worth investing in. Find everything from the best food processors to other energy efficient kit such as best air fryers and best microwaves.

Breadmaker deals at a glance

  • Amazon – thousands of deals are live
  • Very – offers across microwaves, air-fryers, coffee machines and more
  • Lakeland – 20% off Panasonic breadmakers
  • John Lewis and Partners – save on home and kitchen electricals
  • Boots Kitchen Appliances – deals across large appliances, TVs and more
  • Appliances Direct – up to 50% off small appliances
  • Currys – save up to 40% on thousands of products
  • Robert Dyas – savings across kitchenware, accessories, appliances and more
  • Argos – deals across all product categories
  • Ninja – save up to 25% on air-fryers and food processors
  • JD Williams – discounts available now across air-fryers and stand mixers
  • Panasonic – save on top-rated breadmakers and other appliances
  • – 'mega deals' on microwaves, coffee machines and air-fryers

All of these brands are competing for your attention, so they’ll be watching their rival brands’ deals and discounts closely and adjusting their prices accordingly. We’ve also seen brands like John Lewis and Partners, AO and Currys offering a price-match promise in the past. Keep an eye out for added extras on prices that appeal to you, such as free delivery.

Breadmaker deals

We’ve spotted several savings across many of our top-performing breadmakers. We'll also be updating this page regularly as new discounts go live.

Panasonic SD-YR2550SXC

Best breadmaker for range of settings

Grey panasonic breadmaker with black lid and gold badge

Star rating: 5/5

Wattage: 550W

As the most high-tech breadmaker on this list, this Panasonic model has it all. It's equipped with 31 settings in total, as well as four that are gluten free, its also one of the only models we've tested with an ingredient dispenser, meaning you can be truly hands-off with this model. A great option if you're after something versatile.

This model was available at around the £150 mark a few months ago, and prices may drop further – but these deals are currently the best on offer.

Read the full Panasonic SD-YR2550SXC review.

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Tefal Pain and Delices

tefal breadmaker in grey and black

Star rating: 5/5

Wattage: 700W

We love this breadmaker for the quality of the bread it produces, as well as all the additional functions it comes with. This versatile machine can make yogurt, cottage cheese, jams and preserves, as well as a good number of breads, including gluten-free loaves. This model is a great all-rounder.

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Read the full Tefal Pain and Delices review.

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Panasonic SD-YR2540

black and grey panasonic bread maker with gold badge

Star rating: 4.5/5

Wattage: 550W

If you're into spelt bread, this is the breadmaker for you. It's the only model on this list with a setting for spelt loaves, plus it comes with a variety of 31 other settings. this model is easy to use and has an inbuilt ingredient dispenser too. Loaves are highly customisable so you're sure to never get bored of this machine.

Read our full Panasonic SD-YR2540 review.

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Panasonic SD-R2530

Best breadmaker for rustic loaves

black breadmaker with extra compartments and gold badge

Star rating: 4.5/5

Wattage: 550W

This breadmaker gave our loaf a pleasing rustic look with a crisp crust and light, fluffy crumb. It comes with a wealth of settings, including a fruit and nut dispenser, plus a delay timer so you can wake up to the smell of fresh bread in the morning – an absolute win for us.

It's versatile too, and the bonus functions for making gluten-free loaves, dough only and packet-bread mix are a clever and unique addition. Deals-wise, we saw it drop to £120 in July this year – not far off the current price – so we'll be keeping our eyes peeled to see whether further discounts are dropped.

Read our full Panasonic SD-R2530 review.

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How to shop safely online

When looking for breadmaker deals, avoid being duped by targeted scams by only shopping with retailers you trust – if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Avoid sites and private sellers that you don't recognise, particularly on social media, and don't give out personal information similar to security questions – as they could be used to predict passwords.

Rest assured, we won't be adding any links to this page unless we're fully comfortable with the retailer. For more tips and advice, read our guide on how to avoid online scams when shopping online.

How do we find breadmaker deals?

We look through a range of retailer sites when looking for breadmaker discounts to see what's being offered and for how much.

You'll find that prices increase and decrease as retailers try to compete with each other, so we always track every price to make sure you're always getting the best deal possible, then update this page accordingly. We also look at smaller retailers as well as larger ones, as they can sometimes offer discounts that big brands aren't able to.

How do we select breadmaker deals?

As you shop online, you'll see there are a lot of breadmaker deals around, but those listed on our guide are the top performers of more than 40 shortlisted, tested and reviewed by the BBC Good Food team.

That means each product has been put through its paces using our rigorously tested recipes, which look at performance on everyday tasks and additional settings. Discover which breadmakers were rated best and awarded five stars in our best breadmakers guide.

How to get a good breadmaker deal

  • Read reviews: Our experts have tested a range of different breadmakers on the market, so we really do know the best models around. All our reviews are impartial and include up-to-date guidance on the products actually worth your money.
  • Buy when you see a price you like: many discounts won't be around for long, so don't hang around when you find a good deal.
  • Stick to a budget: to make the most of the deals available, try to set a budget and stick to it.
  • Use tools to alert you to good deals: websites like CamelCamelCamel are useful as they track the price history of Amazon products, so you can see how they've fluctuated over time.

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