Black Friday is nearly here and deals are starting to pop up across multiple retailers. With online ordering being at an all-time high, it’s key to get your gift purchases and home necessities ordered quickly. The latest early deals we found are on a favorite kitchen appliance brand: the Nutribullet.
Right now through December 1, shoppers can get everything on the Nutribullet site for 25% off using the code GETGIFTING. For tools ranging from $60 up to $140, 25% makes for huge savings across the board—you just need to decide which tool is right for you.
With the power levels of a high-end tool and a compact footprint, the Nutribullet is a great buy if you’re not yet in possession of a blender, juicer, or food processor. All of the Nutribullet cups and pitchers are dishwasher safe, and the blades pop right out of the base for easy cleanup. The high-performance materials are BPA-free and can hold up to both hot soup-making and frozen fruit smoothie temperatures.
Nutribullet has options ranging from a speedy 600-watt personal blender to a 1200-watt full-size blender package with serving cups. We’ve broken down some of the best options below, depending on your needs or loved ones you’re giving to. Be mindful that shipping times will only increase the longer you wait, and the stock won’t last for some of the more popular tools.
At 1200 watts of power, 64 ounces of capacity, and the ability to make hot soups and cold gazpacho, this blender is the right choice for a cook with a large kitchen they use every day.
NutriBullet 1200W Full-Size Blender, $75 (originally $100) at nutribullet.com
Any parent with an infant can use a helping hand, and when it comes to feeding babies and toddlers—fresh, healthy food is a premium everyone would like to afford. This tool makes it easy to blend and puree fruits and vegetables for easy meals when you need it.
NutriBullet Baby Bullet Blender, $45 (originally $60) at nutribullet.com
Fresh juices are great to have in the fridge for breakfast but are also essential in plenty of cocktail recipes. Real orange, lemon, and lime juice is simply superior for those purposes (as well as baking) so investing in a juicer is a win-win for everyone involved in both making and consuming drinks.
NutriBullet 800W Juicer, $75 (originally $100) at nutribullet.com
Tiny apartments and smaller kitchens are a conundrum for people who love whipping up meals for themselves, and if a full-size blender isn’t in the cards this tool is the perfect solution.
NutriBullet 600W Personal Blender, $45 (originally $60) at nutribullet.com
This tool takes the largest blender and adds in two large cups with to-go lids for plenty of versatility (even for two different smoothies). Great for busy parents, hungry teenagers, and anyone serving picky eaters.
NutriBullet Blender Combo, $105 (originally $140) at nutribullet.com
A food processor is an underrated kitchen tool, and if you can combine the cabinet space with the base of your blender—it’s simply a gift in itself. Anyone who loves smoothies, chops veggies, or bakes regularly will get use out of this multi-tool.
Magic Bullet Kitchen Express Blender and Food Processor Combo, $52 (originally $70) at nutribullet.com