Black Friday deals arrived early this year, and now, even though the actual day has passed, most retailers continue the same deals as they shift to Cyber Monday sales. So, blenders and other kitchen appliances are still on sale at great prices. Now is the ideal time to take advantage of these last-minute Black Friday blender deals.
With so many deals out there, we’ve also narrowed things down to the very best offers including Black Friday coffee makers, Instant Pot deals, and more. We’ve rounded up the best remaining Black Friday blender deals right below. We’ve also looked at what you need to know when choosing a blender during Black Friday sales so you make the right decision.
- NutriBullet Blender — $99, was $120
- Ninja Professional Plus Blender with Auto-iQ — $100, was $110
- Ninja Mega Kitchen System and Blender — $160, was $200
- Ninja Professional Plus Kitchen System with Auto-iQ — $180, was $200
- Breville the Q BBL820SHY1BUS1 Blender — $350, was $600
- Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender, Professional-Grade, 48-ounce Container, Black — $350, was $450
- Vitamix A2500 Ascent Series Smart Blender — $500, was $600
With so many great Black Friday blender deals out there, it can be intimidating to know where to start. A sensible rule of thumb is to know your budget and stick to it. Don’t overspend just for the sake of a great deal. Once you know your budget, we recommend checking out our best blenders guide so you know exactly which are the best of the bunch.
The best brand overall is the Blendtec Designer series of blenders, but that doesn’t strictly mean it’s the perfect choice for you.
One consideration to make is how quiet you need the blender to be. Generally, the more powerful the motor, the noisier it is, but that’s not always the case. Something like the Breville Super Q Blender is a good call, being quite quiet yet also powerful.
Related to that, not all blenders are equally powerful. Check the power ratings to determine how easily it’ll be able to slice and dice. If you simply need a blender for the basics, you won’t have to worry about a high power rating. If you need a blender that can puree root vegetables, however, you’ll want to aim high.
If you have limited space, it’s also worth making sure you don’t buy a blender that’s too big. Something like Ninja’s Master Prep Professional range is great on size while still being super useful for making smoothies, soups, or sauces. Depending on your needs, a personal blender might do the job just fine if you simply want to blend down some veggies and fruit for an individual smoothie.
Finally, some blenders offer extensive programmable features. This can be super useful if you want to step away and let it do all the work for you, but it’s not essential. Alternatively, if you want to be completely hands-on, you won’t need these features so it’s not worth paying the extra. A couple of programmed settings can be helpful, but there’s no need to go overboard.
Whether your budget is $25 or $2,500, you can find blenders that match your price range. There’s no shortage of blender choices, for sure, but how much should you spend? As always, after considering your budget and what you can afford and want to spend, the most important consideration in choosing a blender is how you will use it. If you want a device to make smoothies that consist of various liquids in small quantities, a sub-$50 personal blender is a good choice. If you’re going to add solids including tough veggies like kale to your smoothie recipe, you’ll need more power, possibly a lot more power.
You can find moderately powerful blenders for $50 to $100, but if you’re really going to get serious about smoothie creation, you might want to consider premium blenders from brands such as Vitamix and Blendtec. One excellent example is theon sale on Amazon. Both brands sell a range of high-powered models, priced from $200-ish to $500 to $700. Another choice is to buy a combination blender/food processor or a blender/juicer, again with price tags that start at $200 and can way up.
Most Black Friday blender deals offer fabulous savings, but you still need to be diligent when shopping. Retailers use Black Friday to sell the latest and greatest products at super prices, but they also often sell older and slower-moving inventory during Black Friday. Every Black Friday deal isn’t necessarily a good buy. Be careful of sales that stress fast action, such as when retailers use countdown timers. There are loads and loads of great deals this year if your dream product sells out, be careful when you select a substitute because sometimes you might later wish you’d checked out the features or the release date more closely.
You can find many legitimate great deals on blenders by shopping around or you can let Digital Trends do the legwork for you as we highlight the best deals and features of the blenders above. We do the same type of screening with Instant Pot deals.
- Amazon Black Friday: Amazon as always has excellent Black Friday blender deals still available now. The only difference is now Amazon calls them Cyber Monday deals.
- Best Buy Black Friday: All remaining Best Buy Black Friday deals continue today as Cyber Monday for blenders and everything else.
- Walmart Black Friday: All of Walmart’s Black Friday deals are called “Last Chance Final Day Deals,” so go for it.
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