These unmissable Ninja deals are an easy way to upgrade your kitchen appliances. Trust me, I've used them all

We've found deals on the Creami, the Foodi, the Speedi, the Flexi, and the Combi. That's dream-i

Ninja Speedi Rapid Cooker and Air Fryer on a kitchen counter, surrounded by plates of air-fried food.
This is the Ninja Speedi, which covers speedy cooking and air frying. It's one of our favorite Ninja appliances.
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If you want to pick up one of the best Ninja deals of the year, you'll want to be prepped and ready for the Memorial Day sales. Not only will the brand have its own event, third party retailers will be slashing prices across a range of iconic air fryers, blenders, and more.

Our experts have made no secret of the fact that we love Ninja kitchen appliances. They make some of the best blenders and air fryers on the market and it doesn't stop there. I recently tested their TikTok viral Creami and it was everything it promises to be.

If you want to find the best Ninja deals and the biggest discounts on offer, this is where you'll find them. I'll update you on the best deals on offer, right here, every day.

The best deals on Ninja blenders and juicers

The Ninja Foodi Smoothie Bowl Maker on a marble countertop with a bowl of lemons on one side and some cooking books on the other

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Ninja is perhaps best known for their blenders. It's no surprise really. Across the board, they're excellent value and well-built too. I'm a big fan of the Kitchen System, since this covers a range of functions in one, sleek appliance. However, for those looking to be conservative with space, there are plenty more options. The discounts on these aren't huge just yet, but when we get closer to Memorial Day, I expect some bigger discounts to drop.

Ninja Professional Plus Kitchen System | Was $220, now $169.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Professional Plus Kitchen System | Was $220, now $169.99 at Best Buy

This is at the top of our buying guide for the best blender food processor combos. The immensely powerful motor can handle almost every single kitchen task and each accessory offers immense capacity too.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Blast Personal Blender | $59.99 at Ninja

Ninja Blast Personal Blender | $59.99 at Ninja

Our experts reckon this is one of the best personal blenders on the market. It's the perfect size for taking to the gym and boasts a surprising amount of power for its petite capacity too.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Cold Press Pro | Was $119, now $79.95 at Amazon

Ninja Cold Press Pro | Was $119, now $79.95 at Amazon

If you're new to juicing and don't want to spend a fortune, this is perfect. It's compact and simple. Plus, it makes deliciously crisp juice. What more could you want?

Read more in our full review

Ninja Professional Plus Food Processor | Was $120, now $99.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Professional Plus Food Processor | Was $120, now $99.99 at Best Buy

This food processor is perfect for all your simple kitchen tasks. In a matter of seconds, you can have expertly sliced, diced, chopped, and grated ingredients. It's excellent value, even without the discount.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Foodi Smoothie Bowl Maker | Was $119.99, now $89.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Foodi Smoothie Bowl Maker | Was $119.99, now $89.99 at Best Buy

If you're all about your smoothie bowls and acai treats this season, you'll want one of these. We don't have an official review for one of these, but I've used it myself. It's powerful: there won't be a seed left behind in your blends.

Ninja Professional Plus Blender | Was $149.99, now $109.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Professional Plus Blender | Was $149.99, now $109.99 at Best Buy

If you want a powerful, durable blender with some serious capacity, this is the one for you. The Professional Plus has multiple blades inside the main pitcher for an ultra-thorough blend but it also comes with more simple. single-serve cups too.

The best deals on Ninja air fryers

Ninja Air Fryer on a wooden table with the drawer pulled open, full of chicken wings

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When it comes to air fryers, Ninja makes some of the best. Their range covers non-toxic air fryers, dual basket air fryers, compact air fryers, air fryer multicooker combos, and – their latest and greatest feat – stacked tower air fryers. 

If you're interested in taking a look at the best Ninja air fryers on the market, including and excluding the sales, we have a whole page dedicated to the nitty gritty details. However, if you want to shop the sales, here are the best Ninja air fryer deals on offer right now.

Ninja Foodi 6-in-1 Dual Drawer Air Fryer| Was $200, now $159.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Foodi 6-in-1 Dual Drawer Air Fryer | Was $200, now $159.99 at Best Buy

This is incredibly popular with our experts. It's actually the one we choose to use to make our lunch in when we're in the test kitchen. The dual drawers and smart presets make it an essential for busy homes.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Foodi Flex Drawer Air Fryer | Was $179.99, now 159.95 at Best Buy

Ninja Foodi Flex Drawer Air Fryer | Was $179.99, now 159.95 at Best Buy

The beauty of a Flex Drawer is that you get all the benefits of dual-drawer air fryers, without any limitations on the quantities of food that you put in each side. Our experts loved this on test. It's an exciting, innovative addition to the market.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Max XL Air Fryer | $129 at Best Buy

Ninja Max XL Air Fryer | $129 at Best Buy

Not only do Ninja make some of the best air fryers on the market, they make specifically non-toxic ones too. The Max XL, contrary to the name, is a compact model, designed for smaller kitchens. It's coated in an effective, ceramic non-stick that our experts love.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Double Stack Air Fryer | $229.99 at Ninja

Ninja Double Stack Air Fryer | $229.99 at Ninja

This is Ninja's latest and greatest addition to their air fryer range. It's tall and slim, perfect for smaller kitchens. We haven't got a formal review up for it yet, but when we got a sneak peek of it in action, it was quick and efficient.

Ninja Air Fryer Pro | $79 at Walmart

Ninja Air Fryer Pro | $79 at Walmart

Air fryers don't get simpler than this. It's one of Ninja's older designs, but it's hard to beat. The single drawer is quick and effective across the board. You won't need to wait for any preheats and can expect delicious, evenly cooked food in an instant.

The best deals on Ninja multicookers and toaster ovens

Ninja Combi Multicooker on a wooden countertop with a tray of rice and a tray of chicken inside

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If you want an air fryer, a slow cooker, a pressure cooker, a steamer, and a prover, you don't need to buy them all separately. Ninja are super smart when they design any appliances, but their countertop ovens, toaster ovens, and pressure cookers are some of the best. All of them are excellent air fryers in their own right, so when you throw in all the extra functions, they're a steal. Here are the ones to shop right now.

Ninja Foodi Flip Toaster Oven | Was $130, now $89.99 at Ninja

Ninja Foodi Flip Toaster Oven | Was $130, now $89.99 at Ninja

The ultra-slim Foodi Flip can do everything from toasting to air frying and baking. If you're short on space and want an energy-efficient cooker, look no further.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Foodi Possible Cooker | Was $150, now $129.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Foodi Possible Cooker | Was $150, now $129.99 at Best Buy

Whether you're looking to batch cook, slow cook, steam, braise, or bake, you're in good company. Our experts think this is essential for big, busy homes.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Foodi 14-in-1 Pressure Cooker | $253 at Amazon

Ninja Foodi 14-in-1 Pressure Cooker | $253 at Amazon

If you want to talk about hard-working kitchen appliances, this has to be on the cards. It pressure cooks, air fries, steams, bakes, broils, and much more. It's a serious piece of kit.

Read more in our full review

Ninja 12-in-1 Smart Double Oven | Was $350, now $249.99 at Best Buy

Ninja 12-in-1 Smart Double Oven | Was $350, now $249.99 at Best Buy

It's hard to beat the Ninja when it comes to countertop ovens. This has incredible capacity and can work as two separate ovens, or one whole one, depending on what you want to cook. There's nothing else quite like it on the market right now.

Ninja Combi Multicooker | Was $230, now $179.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Combi Multicooker | Was $230, now $179.99 at Best Buy

I've just finished testing the Combi and, quite honestly, I'm reluctant to remove it from my countertop. I haven't touched my oven or hob in weeks: this can steam, air fry, bake, broil, prove, and more. It's quick and easy to use too.

The best deals on Ninja grills, griddles, and pizza ovens

Ninja Woodfire Pizza Oven outside on the table with various foods around it

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Dining outside always sounds glamorous until you have to heat up a pizza oven or grill. Thanks to Ninja's compact and efficient grills, griddles, and pizza ovens, you can enjoy al fresco meals without any of the sweat and prep. All these only need you to flip a switch before you're ready to go. Some can be used indoors and outdoors too, so the rain can never spoil your grilling plans.

Ninja Woodfire Outdoor Oven | Was $400, now $299.99 at Home Depot

Ninja Woodfire Outdoor Oven | Was $400, now $299.99 at Home Depot

If you want all the benefits of a pizza oven without the hassle, this is perfect. It's compact, petite, quick, and efficient. I consider myself a bit of a pizza oven snob and I love this.

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Ninja Woodfire Outdoor Grill | Was $359.99, now $ at

Ninja Woodfire Outdoor Grill | Was $359.99, now $ at

I can't overstate how useful this is. It makes a great mini BBQ, plus you can use it as a smoker. It's incredible value and doesn't demand too much space either.

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Ninja Sizzle Grill and Griddle | Was $140, now $99.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Sizzle Grill and Griddle | Was $140, now $99.99 at Best Buy

Smoke-free griddles are useful if you have a balcony or you want to cook indoors. This easy, efficient option delivers delicious flavors, just without any of the smoke and mess.

The best deals on Ninja coffee, drinks and ice cream makers

Ninja Creami ice cream maker with ice cream and milkshakes nearby

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Ninja Creami Deluxe | Was $250, now $219.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Creami Deluxe | Was $250, now $219.99 at Best Buy

After the immense success of their original Creami ice cream maker, Ninja launched the Creami Deluxe. This can make iced drinks, including frappes and milkshakes as well as frozen yogurt, sorbet, and ice cream.

Read our full review here

Ninja Creami Original | Was $199, now $149 at Walmart

Ninja Creami Original | Was $199, now $149 at Walmart

You'll recognize the Ninja Creami from TikTok. It makes incredible ice cream in a matter of seconds and it's even better at plant-based or low-sugar recipes.

Read more in our full review

Ninja DualBrew Coffee Maker | Was $160, now $139.99 at Target

Ninja DualBrew Coffee Maker | Was $160, now $139.99 at Target

This is one of our favorite coffee makers of all time. You can make filter coffee, iced coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, and more. It's versatile and incredible value too.

Read more in our full review

Ninja Thirsti Sparking Drink Maker | Was $199.99, now $169.99 at Best Buy

Ninja Thirsti Sparking Drink Maker | Was $199.99, now $169.99 at Best Buy

If you like the idea of a SodaStream, but you want to be able to add fizz to more than just water, this is a great investment. In true Ninja style, it's sleek, simplistic, and excellent value for money.

Where can I buy the best Ninja deals?

Ninja Thirsti Sparkling Drink Maker

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If you want to scroll through the sales yourself, searching for the best Ninja deals, here are the places to go. Not all of them have Memorial Day sales live just yet, but you'll be able to make some sort of saving nevertheless.

FAQs

Should I wait for Memorial Day sales to buy a Ninja product?

There are already some decent discounts across Ninja's own site and Best Buy, so if you don't want to wait around and risk stock running out, it's worth picking up one of these Ninja deals. However, if you think you can wait a little longer, Memorial Day (May 27) isn't far away, so you'll be able to bag an even bigger discount then.

Which brands are better than/comparable to Ninja?

Ninja are some of the best in the market for all of the appliances they make. They're great innovators. However, if you want to shop around, here are some suggestions for brands with similar offerings around the same price point:

  • Blenders and food processors: Nutribullet is probably the closest you'll come to Ninja. They use blending cups rather than pitchers, so most people prefer Ninja. However, if you will use single-servings, Nutribullet blenders and food processors are worth looking into.
  • Air fryers: Instant Pot is the biggest rival to Ninja. They make incredible air fryers, but they don't always tick the same boxes as Ninja.
  • Countertop ovens: there's no single brand dominating the market, so I'd recommend taking a look at our buying guide for the best toaster ovens. If you want my opinion, the Ninja Combi is close to unbeatable.
  • Grills, griddles, and pizza ovens: for the size and pricepoint of Ninja's offering, there aren't any competitors worth considering. However, we have buying guides for bigger grills and more substantial pizza ovens that are worth taking a look at.
  • Ice cream makers: the Ninja Creami is completely different to the rest of the market, so there's nothing to compare it to really. If you want to see what else is out there, take a look at our buying guide for the best ice cream makers.
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.