One of the reasons that many people don’t consider buying a Thermomix is due to the cost. And while many of us don’t have the $1939 to outlay upfront there are different payment options available for different circumstances. We explain these during our in-home demonstrations or on an individual basis. One of the things I like to mention to my customers is to consider it an investment because you will get a return on it for the lifetime of the Thermomix. In other words, it will pay for itself over and over and over again once you have it on your bench.
The table below is something that I included in my April Newsletter to show people how to save money on a weekly basis.
|Item||Qty||Shop Cost||TM Made Cost||Difference|
|Loaf Bread – Bakery||x3||$9.00||$3.00||$6.00|
|Juice 2 L||x2||$9.00||$3.00||$6.00|
|Sauce in a Jar – Stroganoff||x1||$3.50||$2.00||$1.50|
|Vegetable Stock 1 Litre||x2||$7.00||$1.00||$6.00|
NB: Costs are approximate and may vary in individual circumstances.
This is just some examples. Think of what you buy and how you can make it. Especially when it comes to saving on Gluten Free and other anti-allergy items.
And, you can continue to save money even after the Thermomix is paid for. Imagine what you could do with an extra $40 per week or approx $2000 per year.
I’d be taking a holiday!
Some interesting reading on the subject can also be found at the links below:
Retro Mummy 
The information mentioned about is what my customers advise me they save money on each week and is not an official statement from Thermomix in Australia.