Vitamix Cyber Monday blender sale – best savings and the lowest prices
Vitamix Cyber Monday deals are offering huge savings across the range of this pro-standard powerhouse blender. Take a look at our edited pick
- (opens in new tab)
- (opens in new tab)
- (opens in new tab)
- Sign up to our newsletter Newsletter
It's the ideal time to invest in a high-powered blender to take your food prep to the max with one of these Vitamix Cyber Monday blender deals. A powerhouse blender brand, Vitamix is renowned for aircraft-grade stainless-steel blades, a unique 'vortex' system that channels ingredients for perfect blending, and a cool-running motor that won't burn hot however hard and fast you are blending.
We've tested the best blenders on the market, and Vitamix consistently ranks high for its quality, longevity, and all-round power. As we found in our Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series Smart Blender review, this premium model is capable of producing some of the best smoothies, soups, and dips our tester had ever made in her home kitchen. In fact, her verdict was that 'home chefs and those who care about quality American-made appliances should look no further.'
Vitamix is a premium brand and has a higher price tag than some other blenders, so these Cyber Mondayx offers are the ideal time to invest in a trusted appliance that will upgrade your kitchen today.
Vitamix Cyber Monday sale retailer quick links
- Amazon (opens in new tab): Save up to $120 off the Vitamix Explorian blender, plus more Vitamix deals
- Best Buy: (opens in new tab)One of the best Vitamix offers, with $125 off the usual price of the Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series, down to $574.95
- Target (opens in new tab): Find a range of deals on Vitamix blenders when you shop online, plus an extra 15% off with code CYBER15
- Walmart (opens in new tab): Want to save up to $200 on a Vitamix blender? This is the place
- Wayfair (opens in new tab): Black Friday deals across the Vitamix products, including blenders, immersion blenders and accessories
- Sur La Table (opens in new tab): Save almost $160 when you buy the Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender
Best Vitamix Cyber Monday blender deals
With a range of great Black Friday deals on Vitamix blenders, you'll want to check out the features, power and accessories on offer so you can decide which Vitamix blender you should buy. And if you're deliberating between Vitamix and other brands, our analysis of Vitamix vs Ninja Blenders and our comparison between Vitamix vs Blendtec Blenders will help you decide the best option for you for Black Friday and beyond.
If Vitamix is your choice, follow our edit of the best Black Friday deals on offer right now.
Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender| Was $449.95, now $289.96 at Sur La Table (opens in new tab)
Blitz and blend frozen fruit, hot soups, creamy dips, and ultimate smoothies with this powerhouse blender. The pulse control and powerful motor will work their way through even the toughest ingredients. We love its lower profile, meaning it can fit easily on your kitchen worktop, beneath cabinets. Comes with a five-year warranty that covers parts, performance, labor, and shipping.
Vitamix A2500 Ascent Series Blender in White|Was $549.95, now $424.99 with code CYBER15 at Target (opens in new tab)
The white version of this classic Vitamix model is our kind of cool. It also comes with a 10-year limited warranty.
The Vitamix A2500 Ascent Series Blender has built-in wireless connectivity, which means the blender base is able to sense the container size you have chosen and will adjust program settings and blending times to suit. You can also set it manually, with variable speed control and a pulse feature for the perfect texture every time.
Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series Smart Blender in Graphite |Was $649.95 now $574.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)A professional-grade blender with an impressive 64 ounce capacity and a chic graphite color that will bring style to any kitchen. This model has serious tech credentials, with touchscreen controls, wireless connectivity for automated blending and timing. The Vitamix A3500 Ascent Series features five programs: for smoothies, hot soups, dips and spreads, frozen desserts and even self-cleaning.
Vitamix Professional Series 10-speed Blender in Pearl Gray |Was $629.95 now $579.95 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
10 speeds and five program settings allow you to custom-blend your ingredients to achieve the ideal texture, from chunky salsas to super-smooth soups. This model comes with a tamper, to press ingredients into the container without coming into contact with the blades. Best Buy also offers a seven-year warranty on parts and labor.
Vitamix A2300 Ascent Series Blender in Red|was $499.95, now $449.95 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
All the smart functionality you'd expect from the Vitamix Ascent Series – but this time in red. As well as automatic blending times, plus a digital timer for when you operate the A2300 in manual mode, the Ascent Series has a range of compatible container models, so you can build your own customized blending system.
Vitamix Legacy 7500 Blender in White|Was $559.95 now $509 at Wayfair (opens in new tab)
Features the most powerful motor in a Vitamix household blender, plus a radial cooling fan and thermal protection system so you can be sure it won't overheat. The 64 ounce container is spacious, yet the low profile of the Vitamix Legacy means it will fit easily on your kitchen worktop.
Vitamix TurboBlend Three Speed Blender| Was $399.95 now $369.95 at Vitamix (opens in new tab)
With just three speed settings – Low, Medium and High – the Vitamix TurboBlend is simple to use but retains all the power and performance of pricier models, thanks to its stainless-steel hammermill and cutting blades.
Is a Vitamix Blender worth the money?
Vitamix is an American-owned family company that has been making blenders since 1937. That legacy is built on producing high-performance kitchen appliances that combine solid materials, like the stainless-steel cutting blades, with the latest in smart technology, such as wireless connectivity.
Other brands, such as Ninja and Blendtec, produce blenders with similar specifications, so it's worth comparing models to find the functionality you require. However, Vitamix is consistently highly rated, both by customers and our own Homes & Gardens blender reviews, for performance, power and ease of use.
What can you do with a Vitamix?
A Vitamix blender consists of a base, which contains the motor; the cutting and blending system, which comprises stainless-steel cutting blades and hammerhead; and a container, which is where ingredients are placed for blending.
A Vitamix has various speed settings, which allow you to refine the texture of your food, from chunky to smooth. There are also various programs tailored to frozen, hot and ambient temperatures. It means you can blend frozen fruit and vegetables for a smoothie, create smooth soups, creamy dips, or chunky salsas. You can whizz up a jug of frozen mojitos, too!
Vitamix also offers a range of accessories, including blending cups and bowls, stainless steel containers, and food processor attachments, so you can build your own bespoke blending system.
Andrea has been immersed in the world of homes, interiors and lifestyle since her first job in journalism, on Ideal Home. She went from women's magazine Options to Frank. From there it was on to the launch of Red magazine, where she stayed for 10 years and became Assistant Editor. She then shifted into freelancing, and spent 14 years writing for everyone from The Telegraph to The Sunday Times, Livingetc, Stylist and Woman & Home. She was then offered the job as Editor on Country Homes & Interiors, and now combines that role with writing for sister title homesandgardens.com.
How to repot succulents – plus expert tips on the best time to do it
Follow our easy step-by-step guide to repotting succulents and get them back on track fast
By Sarah Wilson • Published
Instant Stand Mixer Pro Review: a cult brand turns to baking
The Instant Stand Mixer Pro is a new direction from the makers of the Instant Pot, and it’s surprisingly good. Could it dethrone KitchenAid?
By Camryn Rabideau • Published