Best Vitamix Cyber Week deals – I've found up to $280 off premium blenders

Vitamix Cyber Week deals are essential for the most expensive blenders in the market

Best Vitamix Black Friday deals include the Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series Blender, pictured on a countertop with green juice inside and infront of it
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Vitamix – best known for their excellent but expensive blenders – has launched their Holiday Sale, just in time for Cyber Week. If you're a savvy shopper, you'll have spotted their site has up to $125 in savings up for grabs. But you're an even smart and savvy shopper, you'll know that the best deals aren't even on the Vitamix site.

Vitamix blenders are discounted at Walmart, QVC, Amazon, and Best Buy to name just a few retailers. I've been shopping and searching across all sites to find the best Cyber Monday blender deals. These ones are just too good not to share.

We've already been excited by lots of incredible Cyber Week deals. With Vitamix added to the blend, you'll need to get ready for the biggest discounts and best savings of the year.

Best Vitamix Cyber Week Deals

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Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series Blender

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I've found the best deals on Vitamix and included them below. However, if you're keen to browse the general sales yourself, here are the places to look:

Our experts' favorites

Vitamix A3200 Blender in red on a countertop by a sink with food around it

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Our expert testers have taken these three appliances to our test kitchen and absolutely loved them. They're featured in our buying guides for best blenders and best immersion blenders, so they're really something special. Here are the best deals that you'll find on these tried-and-tested products. We have more Vitamix deals further down the page.

Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series | Was $649.99, now $574.95 at Vitamix

Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series | Was $649.99, now $574.95 at Vitamix
The reputation of this blender precedes it. Ask any expert testers which blender they daydream about and I guarantee it's this one. The powerful motor delivers top quality results across everything from smoothies to soups. This also boasts wireless technology and a 'set it and forget it' function. This was cheaper at Amazon, but the prices have changed so that the $125 saving on Vitamix's Gold Label product is the best deal.

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Vitamix E310 Blender | Was $350, now $275.45 at Amazon

Vitamix E310 Blender | Was $350, now $275.45 at Amazon
If you want to own a Vitamix without paying the price for one, this is the best deal you'll find. There's no other Vitamix under $300 right now and, even though this is one of their best blenders, it's also the cheapest. We loved the soups and smoothies that we made in this, but wanted more than the 48 oz pitcher when we were batch blending.

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Vitamix Immersion Hand Blender | Was $150, now $124.95

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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More Vitamix deals

Vitamix Ascent A3300 on countertop making beetroot jucie with fruit inside, beetroots on the counter and a glass of pink drink to the right

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Whilst our experts haven't been able to take these to our test kitchen just yet, we thought these deals were too good to miss. In the absence of in-person tests, I've researched each model to ensure that it's up to Homes & Gardens' standards. These are the ones which made the cut: they have excellent performance and incredible prices.

Vitamix Propel 750 Classic Bundle | Was $779.95, now $499.95 at Amazon

Vitamix Propel 750 Classic Bundle | Was $779.95, now $499.95 at Amazon
Vitamix's latest and line 'Propel' isn't reduced in many places. At Vitamix, the bundle deal is available with a $100 saving, but that's nothing compared to the whopping $300 discount available at Amazon. I'm not sure how long this deal will stick around for; it's the best I've seen so far.

Vitamix 5200 Professional | Was $549, now $391.65 at Amazon

Vitamix 5200 Professional | Was $549, now $391.65 at Amazon
Tall and slim, this 64 oz capacity blender looks slightly different to other Vitamix blenders. The steep, angled sides ensure a smooth and even blend, but it does mean that this is a bit too tall for kitchens with wall cabinets. This is reduced by over $150, so it's not a deal to miss.

Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender | Was $629.95, now $579.95 at Best Buy

Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender | Was $629.95, now $579.95 at Best Buy
Smoothies, juices, sauces, salsas, you name it, the 750 can do it. This even whips cream. The 64 oz capacity blender is more wide squat than most models, making it easier to store. Reviewers love it and who are we to argue?

Vitamix Ascent A3300 | Was $550

Vitamix Ascent A3300 | Was $550, now $499.95 at Vitamix
This isn't the biggest reduction we've seen, but if you like smart appliances, it could be the one for you. The blender self-detects attachments and can connect to a phone app for extra controls. Users love that this is touchscreen too.

Vitamix A2300 Smart Blender | Was $449.95, now $449.95 at Best Buy

Vitamix A2300 Smart Blender | Was $449.95, now $449.95 at Best Buy
This is one of the most affordable Vitamixes on the market. Available in black, red, white, or slate, it has a sleek finish and speed control setting so you can make chunky salsas as well as silky smoothies. It also comes with a digital timer, so you can keep an eye on your blends (you won't appreciate these until you use them; they're always mentioned in reviews).


Is Cyber Week the best time to buy a Vitamix?

Vitamix blenders are expensive, so it's a good idea to wait until the Cyber Week sales to buy one. We generally see the biggest discounts over this period, so it's the perfect time to own a premium appliance without spending lots of money.

What is Vitamix's gold label?

These are gold accents on the outside of the appliance. They will have the same functions, but just with a more obviously premium finish.

Are Vitamix blenders the best?

We've awarded the Vitamix A3500 the award of 'best blender overall' and all the other models that we've tested have ranked in our best blenders and best immersion blenders buying guides. Our experts love them for their quality and performance, but we understand that they are quite expensive.

How we test Vitamix blenders

Vitamix A3500

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Before we recommend a product, we like to have tested them in our dedicated test kitchen. As soon as we hear about a good blender, our team of experts will call it in and see how good it is at making soups, smoothies, and crushing ice. We always select tough ingredients and test extra features if a blender boasts about them. That way, we can tell you if they're genuinely good or just a gimmick.

In some instances we can't quite get reviews out in time for sales like this. In the absence of in-person testing, our experts will spend hours researching and reading reviews online until they know the appliances as well as if they had been put through their paces in our test kitchen. 

If you'd like to know more about how we test blenders, you can visit our dedicated page which has all the details.

Final thoughts

There's no better time to find luxury for a little less than Cyber Week. These Vitamix blenders all have fantastic reputations and – if our tests are representative of all Vitamix appliances – their praise is all well-deserved. 

I'll keep you up to date with the best blender deals as we get through Cyber Week, but, for now, these are all deals that you won't regret.

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.