Best Prime Day blender deals 2020: The best sales you can still shop

Prime Day deals are a great way to save money on a new blender, but Prime Day is now over. The good news, however, is there still some excellent blender deals available. If one of these deals catches your eye, don’t wait to buy or you might miss your chance.

Today’s best Prime Day blender deals

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Ninja BN801 Professional Plus Kitchen Blender System

$180 $200
With an immense array of blending options for every cooking need, no home cook has a complete kitchen without the Ninja BN801 blender system, capable of complementing any dish with perfect produce.
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Vitamix A2300 Ascent Series Smart Blender, Professional-Grade

$448 $550
Vitamix’s A2300 allows you to produce tasty concoctions from appetizers to dessert. A sound investment that's built to last with durable stainless steel blades and high-performance cool-running motor.
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Ninja Professional Plus Blender with Auto-iQ

$90 $100
This blender combines 1,400 watts of power along with strong blades to crush ice for your smoothies, frozen drinks, and ice cream, all at the touch of a button.
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Ninja Nutrient Auto-iQ Blender

$70 $120
This blender features intelligent programs that combine unique timed pulsing, blending, and pausing patterns, thoroughly breaking down ingredients for maximum nutrient and vitamin extraction.
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KitchenAid K400 Countertop Blender, 56-Ounce, White

$250
With Preset Recipe Programs for Ice Crush, Icy Drinks, and Smoothie this KitchenAid blender can create delicious drinks as well as control taste and texture to fit your personal preference.
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Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender, Professional-Grade, 48-ounce Container, Black

$313 $350
From appetizers to desserts, the possibilities are endless with the Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender. Simply choose from 10 variable speeds or its pulse feature to mix, puree, or emulsify ingredients.
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Vitamix Drink Machine Advance Blender

$619 $699
With six dedicated programs, a pulse feature, and a 48-ounce container, the Vitamix Drink Machine Advance blender has everything you would need to enjoy commercial-grade smoothies.
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Oster Versa Blender

$199 $230
Oster's Versa Blender has 1,400 watts of power for thorough blending and a variable speed dial so all cooks can have precise performance control.
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Ninja Mega Kitchen System and Blender

$150 $200
Bring out the versatility in your kitchen with this Ninja Kitchen System that provides Professional Performance, perfect for food processing, food blending, and nutrient extraction.
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Nutri Ninja Auto-iQ Blender (BL480D)

$70 $100
The smart bullet blender's Auto-iQ tech saves you the guesswork with a one-touch operation. Each pre-programmed setting serves to deliver consistent results with max nutrient and vitamin extraction.
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Ninja Duo Auto IQ Blender with NutriNinja Single Serve Cups (BL641)

$160 $180
Take the guesswork out of drink making with this blender's Auto IQ. This tech also breaks down the ingredients thoroughly for maximum extraction of flavor and nutrients.
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BLACK+DECKER Crush Master Blender

$25 $50
With 10 different speeds to choose from, the BLACK+DECKER Crush Master blender provides any home chef with total control over the consistency of their produce, making it an absolute steal.
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Hamilton Beach Hand Blender With Attachments and Bowl

$28 $35
This 2-speed hand blender from Hamilton Beach comes with a set of dishwasher-safe attachments that would allow you to prepare a variety of dishes in no time at all.
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NutriBullet Blender

$97 $120
For the home cook in need of a well-rounded blender, the NutriBullet blender is an excellent option that comes with three speeds and a pulse function to give you complete control over your produce.
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Cuisinart Velocity Ultra HP Blender

$100 $106
You can count on Cuisinart's Velocity Ultra to serve up refreshing drinks with Ice Crush and Smoothie controls. Its 56-ounce jar has a tight-seal lid, soft-touch handle, and a 2-ounce measuring cup.
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Ninja BN701 Professional Plus Blender

$90 $100
If you want a powerful blender that can provide you with smooth and chunk-less batches, the Ninja BN701 is an excellent kitchen companion with 3 pre-set programs for up to 72 oz. of produce.
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Ninja Professional 72-Oz. Blender BL621

$100 $120
This Ninja Pro blender lets you have freshly prepped beverages on the go with its 16-ounce Nutri Ninja cup while the lidded 72-ounce container lets you blend larger batches of fruits and veggies.
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Nutri Ninja Nutrient Extraction Single-Serve Blender (BL450)

$59 $79
Nutri Ninja's Pro single-serve blender crushes through ice, seeds, skins, and stems so that you can enjoy smooth and personalized 18- or 24-ounce drinks in no time at all.
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Breville the Q BBL820SHY1BUS1 Commercial Grade 1800-Watt Quick Super Blender

$350 $550
Breville's commercial-grade blender uses an 1,800-watt motor for lighter and smoother textures. Five speed settings and four one-touch programs: Green Smoothie, Dairy Smoothie, Pulse/Ice and Soup.

How to choose a blender

The world of blenders gets confusing quickly.  The most effective strategy for getting the best deal on a blender that meets your needs is to plan. These are the factors to consider in your planning:

  • Type: Are you looking for an immersion blender (a stick-like device), a cup-capacity quick blender/chopper, a smoothie blender, an all-purpose utility blender for family cooking, or a commercial model that makes quick work of blending, cutting, mixing, or even pulverizing the thickest, toughest ingredients for hours? Prices generally follow function, but it’s easy to overbuy.
  • Power: Blender brands brag about their power in watts, but the better measure is to check out the types of functions they brand features for a given blender. Just as you don’t need an 800-horsepower car for commuting, you don’t need a commercial level blender to whip up a smoothie.
  • Size: If you already know you’ll use a blender for various tasks with widely different capacities, choose a container just a bit larger than needed for your average use. A larger than normal full-size blenders can require a disproportionate amount of counter and storage space.
  • Versatility: Many blenders have different speeds and functions, sometimes programmable. Again, moderation is a good idea. If you tend to stick to the same recipes most of the time, a blender with more than three or four functions and six or more speeds is likely overkill.
  • Cleaning: Look for any clues about how easy it is to clean a blender that catches your interest. Dishwasher-safe components are common, but sometimes disassembly is difficult. Check it out or look at user reviews.

Should I shop on Prime Day or wait until Black Friday?

With Prime Day and Black Friday placed so close together this year, there’s a strong possibility that Amazon may not be able to restock its products in time for Black Friday (and by extension Cyber Monday). Amazon also saw massive shipping delays in the first few months of the pandemic, so it might be smart to get your holiday shopping out of the way sooner rather than later. There also won’t be any noticeable difference in prices between these two events so don’t worry about that. Our advice to you: Get on these Prime Day blender deals as early as you can so you can get a leg up on your holiday shopping this year.

Are any Prime Day blender deals too good to be true?

We expect to see tons of blender deals come Prime Day. Before buying your new blender, make sure you do a little bit of research. Look at the different brands available on Amazon beforehand so you can decide in advance what type of blender is best for you. Always stick to household names, never buy a product with bad reviews or low ratings. Also if you see a significant discount on any blender make sure that the deal doesn’t seem too suspicious. If something is heavily discounted but has bad reviews, it’s safe to say that even the low price doesn’t make that product worth an investment.

We strive to help our readers find the best deals on quality products and services, and we choose what we cover carefully and independently. The prices, details, and availability of the products and deals in this post may be subject to change at anytime. Be sure to check that they are still in effect before making a purchase.

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