Best Cyber Monday blender deals on Ninja, Vitamix, Nutribullet, and more

Here at H&G, we've tried and tested the best blenders on the market. You can bag them at bargain prices this Cyber Monday

NutriBullet blenders against a blue background.
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If you've been waiting all year to invest in an incredible blender, your patience is about to be rewarded. It's Cyber Monday tomorrow, and a lot of the big-name brands are dropping discounts already. 

As an expert shopper who's in need of a blender, I've been watching and waiting for Cyber Monday home deals to go live. I've spent hours scrolling through all the available deals to bring you the best Cyber Monday blenders at the deepest discounts. 

All the blenders that I've recommended here have been tested by our team of experts and included in our buying guides for the best blenders on the market. We've evaluated each blender on the basis of power, capacity, performance, and the all-important price. 

These Cyber Monday blenders come with guaranteed greatness. All you need to do is choose the right one for your kitchen needs.

Cyber Week Blender Deals

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Some retailers have extended their sales, so if you want to click over to their sites to browse for yourself, here are the places to go:

Best blender deals

Ninja Foodi Heat iQ controls on a countertop

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I'd almost guarantee that investing in a blender will improve your kitchen. These speedy, powerful appliances can whizz up soups, smoothies, frozen desserts, and iced cocktails in a matter of seconds. We've tested a range of models, from luxury ones with heating elements, to cheaper ones which are closer to $100.

Ninja Professional Plus Blender | Was $119.99

Ninja Professional Plus Blender | Was $119.99, now $81.99 at Best Buy
An expert at multitasking, the Ninja comes with a 72 oz pitcher, 64 oz food processor bowl, and other smaller cups too. This is a dream for busy homes, but might be tricky to store. There are discounts on this across most retailers, but this is the best one right now.

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Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series | Was $649.99

Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series | Was $649.99, now $574.95 at Amazon
Vitamix launched their Cyber Monday sales early, but the best deal is off their site and on Amazon. It's still expensive, but if you want the very best, this is the best blender we've ever tested. It's the lowest price since the summer Prime Day. These blenders are highly coveted because it can make soups and smoothies better than a professional.

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Breville 3X Bluicer | Was $214.99

Breville 3X Bluicer | Was $214.99, now $206.00 at Walmart
Combining a blender and a juicer into one product leaves you with this industrial powerhouse. It's in our buying guides for the best juicers and blenders, because it's simply brilliant. It's certainly on the large side in every dimension, so if you're short on space, it's worth considering your options.

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Nutribullet Pro 900 | Was $109.99

Nutribullet Pro 900 | Was $109.99, now $99.99 at Kohl's
This is the best bullet blender in our buying guide. It's perfect for drinks on the go and is really easy to clean and store. It's better suited to single servings and simple smoothies — if that's you, you're in luck.

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Vitamix E310 Blender | Was $349.99

Vitamix E310 Blender | Was $349.99, now $299.99 at Best Buy
Reduced by the same amount across all retailers, this basic Vitamix is a good, less expensive alternative to Vitamix's A3500. It can make soups as well as smoothies, but if you're catering for a whole family, you might need more than a 48 oz pitcher.

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Nutribullet Smart Touch | Was $139.99

Nutribullet Smart Touch | Was $139.99, now $101.99 at Amazon
The best budget blender on the market, Nutribullet's Smart Touch will do a good job for a $100 appliance. It's quick and brilliant at simple tasks, but the exhaust is so powerful that it might blow your kids' drawings off your fridge .

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Best personal blender deals

Cuisinart EVolutionX Personal Blender

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If you don't need capacity for batch blends, portable personal blenders will come in endlessly useful. Lots of these transform into bottles, saving washing up and space, but they don't sacrifice on style. Here are the best ones that we've tested, which are all discounted for Cyber Week.

BlendJet 2 | Was $50

BlendJet 2 | Was $50, now $44.88 at Walmart
Reduced across most retailers, this completely cordless blender is a convenient and inexpensive model. It did a good job of protein shakes, but our smoothies were never perfect, especially with tough ingredients.

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Beast Blender | Was $194.95

Beast Blender | Was $194.95, now $165.95 at Macy's
If there's ever an instance to judge on appearances, it's here. This beautiful appliance can make smoothie bowls and doubles up as an infusion system for water and tea. It's portable and beautiful too.

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Best immersion blender deals

Vitamix immersion blender

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Immersion blenders are some of the most underappreciated kitchen appliances. If you invest smartly, your immersion blender can make smoothies and soups as well as whisk, chop, and much more. We've tested the best on the market and, whilst they're not all on sale, there are some good offers available.

Vitamix Immersion Hand Blender | Was $150

Vitamix Immersion Hand Blender | Was $150, now $124.95
With five speed settings and super sharp blades, this is one of our favorite stick blenders. There are two ways to buy it: on its own without any accessories, or in a bundle with a whisk, stand, and blend jar for another $50. You save $25 either way.

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Cuisinart EvolutionX Cordless| Was $78.99

Cuisinart EvolutionX Cordless| Was $78.99, now $62.36 at Walmart
Cordless, comfortable to use, and surprisingly powerful, Cuisinart's immersion blender is one of the best models we've tested. It's incredible value, because it comes with a whisk, food chopper, and blending jug, covering a range of functions in one appliance. 

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How much should a blender cost?

There's no specific price point that a blender should sit at, because different ones will have different motors and extra features. The cheapest personal blender you'll want to look at should be around $50 and our favorite blender costs just under $700. It's important to consider value when looking at blenders, because if they come with lots of attachments, they'll be offering you functions of other appliances.

Is the Vitamix the best blender?

We've put Vitamix's A3500 at the top of our best blenders buying guide because it's powerful and has a range of useful functions. However, that's a very generic assessment, designed to cover most needs. If you only want to blend soft fruits and need a portable option, there are plenty of better blenders.

Should I buy a blender on Cyber Week?

If you're in the market for a blender, there's no better time to buy than Cyber Week. This is the biggest sales period of the year, so you'll get more for your money if you can wait for the sales.

How we test blenders

Ready to blend with the NutriBullet Pro 900

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At Homes & Gardens we thoroughly test every blender before we recommend them to you. As soon as we find a blender that we think looks good, we take it to our test kitchen. There, our team of experts use it to make smoothies, soups, and crush ice. If there are other special functions, we'll test them and let you know our thoughts on their efficacy too. 

Aside from taste and texture tests, we also make notes on the appearance, cleaning, and storage that comes with each appliance. Essentially, we ensure that you'll have no nasty surprises waiting for you when your blender arrives at home. If you'd like to know more, you can read our dedicated page on how we test blenders.

Final thoughts

Breville The Q Blender

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There's no better feeling than bagging a discount on a brilliant blender. I use mine every day, but also live in a compact, urban apartment. When I'm shopping Cyber Week blender deals, I'm looking for the most versatile appliances available, which are (obviously) discounted enough to snap up. I think the deals will get bigger and better tomorrow, but there's no guarantee that stocks will last.

Laura Honey
eCommerce Editor

Laura is our eCommerce editor. As a fully qualified barista, she's our expert in all things coffee and has tested over thirty of the best coffee makers on the market. She has also interviewed Q-Graders and world-leading experts in the coffee industry, so has an intimate knowledge of all things coffee. Before joining Homes & Gardens, she studied English at Oxford University. Whilst studying, she trained as a master perfumer and worked in the luxury fragrance industry for five years. Her collection of home fragrance is extensive and she's met and interviewed five of the world's finest perfumers (also known as 'noses'). As a result of this expansive fragrance knowledge, she always puts quality and style over quantity and fads. Laura looks for products which have been designed simply and with thoughtful finishes.