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Want to get healthy in the New Year? Our expert reviewers are constantly updating this live page with the hottest juicer deals

With the New Year fast approaching, it’s a great time to buy a juicer. Whether you’re starting a cleanse as part of a New Year’s resolution or just fancy some homemade juice as fresh as you can make it, there’s plenty on offer in the after-Christmas sales. 

The downside is that a good juicer can cost a lot of money. Masticating - or slow juicers - can be particularly pricey. Thankfully, there’s plenty of great products on markdown, and we’ll bring all the best deals to you - live - as they drop.

 After-Christmas Juicer Deals - US  

  • Amazon (opens in new tab): budget-friendly juicers on markdown
  • Bloomingdale’s (opens in new tab): $170 off Kuvings juicers 
  • Bed Bath & Beyond (opens in new tab): a wide rage of brands and savings on budget juicers
  • Best Buy (opens in new tab): save $30 on Ninja and Nutribullet juicers
  • Home Depot (opens in new tab): an enormous range of juicers, with up to $50 off budget models
  • Hurom (opens in new tab): 25-35% off Hurom juicers in their Holiday Sale
  • Macy’s (opens in new tab): $150 off Kuvings and 15% off Nutribullet
  • Ninja (opens in new tab): gift yourself sale through December 31st, with up to $140 off select products
  • Nutribullet (opens in new tab): promo bundles with shake and smoothie powders thrown in
  • Target (opens in new tab): centrifugal juicers starting from $60
  • Walmart (opens in new tab): spotted: centrifugal juicers starting at $31

 After Christmas Juicer Deals - UK  

  • Amazon (opens in new tab): thousands of juicers on markdown
  • AO (opens in new tab): savings on Sage and Ninja juicers
  • Currys (opens in new tab): up to £50 off Philips juicers
  • John Lewis (opens in new tab): up to £30 off Ninja, Dualit, KitchenAid and Sage
  • Robert Dyas (opens in new tab): huge savings on Salter juicers
  • Very (opens in new tab): up to £70 off Ninja, Nutribullet and Sage
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Morning everyone, hope you've had good Christmases and Hanukkahs. This is Alex David, Head of eCommerce here at Homes & Gardens, signing on to bring you all the very latest juicer deals - live. 

Ninja juicer

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Ninja JC101 Cold Press Pro | was $129.99, now $99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
There's no way around it - this is the best budget slow press juicer on the market. It's the best priced juicer expert tester Millie has ever used, so while it can't quite match premium brands it comes in at hundreds of dollars cheaper.

Nutribullet Slow Juicer on a white background

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Nutribullet Slow Juicer | was $199.99, now $164.44 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Nutribullet Slow Juicer is our pick for the best juicer for compact spaces. It's a great choice if you're working with a small kitchen but still want to make healthy juice, and comes at a much lower price than others on our list - now even cheaper at Amazon.

Do I need a blender or a juicer?
It depends on what you're trying to achieve. For juice – thinner, more watery – you need a juicer. For shakes and smoothies - thicker, lumpier – you need a blender. It's really that simple. If you want both, your best bet is Breville's 3x Bluicer, which can perform both functions in one appliance. Our expert Head of Reviews Millie Fender scored it 100% when she put it to the test. 

What's the difference between cold, slow, masticating and centrifugal juicers?

Slow, cold press and masticating juicers are all the same thing. They use a crushing, squeezing auger slowly squeeze fruit and vegetables, separating the liquid from pulp.

Centrifugal juicers use spinning (hence centrifugal) blades to force fruits and vegetables up against a fine mesh, forcing liquid out of the solid body of the fruit. 

Slow juicers tend to be more expensive than centrifugal juicers, because the slower method of juicing produces much less froth and pulp, creating a cleaner, smoother juice. 

NutriBullet Juicer Pro

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Do Nutribullet make the best juicers?
This is something of a trick question. Nutribullet mostly make blenders. While we love them – we've dedicated a whole page to explaining which Nutribullet blender is best – these blenders make smoothies and shakes rather than juice. If you're set on Nutribullet, though, we loved the Nutribullet NBJ50200 Juicer Pro (opens in new tab) on test, and you can grab it for $30 off at Amazon.

Breville Juice Fountain Elite 800JEXL

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Breville Juice Fountain Elite Juicer, 800JEXL | was $450, now $299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Juice Fountain Elite is among Breville's best juicers. It has a handy three-inch feeding chute, and titanium reinforced blades that will cut through pretty much anything you throw at it, with dual-speed controls operating at 6,500 and 13,000RPM. You can now save $150 at Amazon. 

Omega juicer

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Omega VSJ843QS Juicer | was $479.95, now $443.27 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This masticating juicer is right at the top of our testing wish list. We can't wait to get our hands on it and give it a whirl - it boats an impressive 15 year warranty, so you know it's a reliable machine. 

Hurom H-AA juicer

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Hurom H-AA juicer | was $459, now $367.20 at Hurom (opens in new tab)
This compact, premium masticating juicer is one of our favorites. It takes up hardly any space on the countertop and you can also use it to make nut milks and frozen treats. This deal will save you nearly $100 on the attractive rose gold colorway. 

Are slow juicers healthier than centrifugal juicers?
No. The claim used to be that slow juicers are healthier because their cooler running temperature retains more nutrients in the juice they produce. Because centrifugal juicers produce so much force, it used to be said that they create heat that destroys some of the nutrients in the juice. 

However, it seems increasingly unlikely that a centrifugal juicer produces enough heat to cook and therefore destroy nutrients. The only difference health-wise is that slow juicers make nicer juice with less foam. 

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Hurom HP Slow Juicer | was $379, now $284.25 at Hurom (opens in new tab)
This cold press juicer is ideal for serving up single cups. Our reviewer loved its design and compact nature, which meant it could be stored away in a kitchen cupboard with ease.

If you are unsure whether a juicer is right for you, first, take a look at our brilliant guide on the 5 types of juicers, and which type is best for you.

Nurtibullet juicer

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NutriBullet Juicer Centrifugal Juicer Machine | was $79.99, now $109.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Are you a juicing novice looking for your first foray into juicing? If you answered yes, then we've sourced a brilliant discounted juicer. Don't miss out – this offer won't last forever.

Morning everyone! Zara here, content editor at Homes & Gardens. I'll be with you for the next few hours with the very best juicer deals.

NutriBullet juicer pro

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NutriBullet Juicer Pro | was $159.95 now $149.95 at Macy's (opens in new tab)
A small saving but a saving nonetheless on the NutriBullet Juicer Pro, voted our best juicer for speedy juices in our best juicer guide. This quick, simple juicer is perfect for beginners. You can blast through lots of fruit and vegetables without chopping and it comes with plenty accessories for storing homemade juice.

Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer EVO820GM

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Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer EVO820GM | Was $599.00 now $525.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
It doesn't look like Kuvings have any after-Christmas sales on their juicers at the moment, however, you can save on this refurbished Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer EVO820GM on Amazon - voted our best juicer overall by our testers in our best juicers guide.

Do you struggle with the clean-up after using your juicer? Millie Fender, our head of reviews here at Homes and Gardens, shares with us her five top tips when learning how to clean a juicer.

Premium Big Mouth® 2-Speed Juice Extractor

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Hamilton Beach Premium Big Mouth 2-Speed Juice Extractor | Was $163.00 now $129.85 at Macy's + enjoy an extra 10% off with code JOY (opens in new tab)
Voted our best centrifugal juicer for quick clean ups, the Hamilton Beach Premium Big Mouth 2-Speed Juice Extractor is not only easy to clean, it is brilliant value for money, delivering a lot of the same performance and features you’ll find in some of its pricier competition.

See all 11 images Follow the Author Mendocino Press Follow The Juicing Recipes Book: 150 Healthy Juicer Recipes to Unleash the Nutritional Power of Your Juicing Machine

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The Juicing Recipes Book: 150 Healthy Juicer Recipes to Unleash the Nutritional Power of Your Juicing Machine, by Mendocino Press | Was $15.99 now $11.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you're looking for some delicious new juice inspiration, save on the The Juicing Recipes Book at Amazon, featuring 150 juice recipes for high-energy juices, cleansing juices, weight loss juices, and more.

Coffee-lover and Homes & Gardens' news editor Megan Slack shares some of the benefits of juicing after she swapped her morning coffee for homemade juice for one week.

Nutribullet Slow Juicer on a white background

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Nutribullet Slow Juicer | was $199.99, now $163.18 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Nutribullet Slow Juicer is our pick for the best juicer for compact spaces. It's a great choice if you're working with a small kitchen but still want to make healthy juice, and comes at a much lower price than others on our list - now even cheaper at Amazon.