Ninja Foodi blender is $50 off at Amazon, and Vitamix is on sale, too

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TL;DR: Blenders from Ninja, Vitamix, and Magic Bullet are up to 50% on Amazon and Walmart as of March 4.

Though we do it every year, carrying yourself through months of nighttime starting at 5 p.m. and wind so cold it hurts is no easy feat. Finally making it to daylight saving time (which starts on March 8) is cause for celebration in itself — we’ll cheers to that.

Buying yourself a nice blender is the perfect addition to the fresh start we all hope to make in spring. The Ninja Foodi blender (yes, the Foodi comes in blender form), the Magic Bullet, and even a Vitamix are up to 50% off at Amazon and Walmart today, posing a deal for any skill level or people who don’t want to spend more than $20 on a kitchen appliance.

Here's where to get a Magic Bullet personal blender for less than $20

Don’t underestimate the small joys of a refreshing morning smoothie or your ability to make fancy restaurant-grade margs and queso at home. The Ninja Foodi blender is one of the most versatile countertop appliances you can have: Settings for hot soups, dips, sauces, ice cream, and much more can expand your menu options tenfold, and you’ll always have an easy way out when you’re asked to participate in a potluck. 

$119.99 is still $20 more than its lowest price in Amazon history, but it hasn’t dropped to that since the holidays.

Here's where to get a Magic Bullet personal blender for less than $20

Magic Bullet — $19.96 (save $20.03)

Here's where to get a Magic Bullet personal blender for less than $20

Being grown means having a personal blender on hand. Some rushed mornings before work require a to-go smoothie for breakfast instead of sitting down with toast, and some weeknight evenings require a batch of guac all to yourself because Chipotle scammed you earlier that day. The barely 9-inch tall Magic Bullet provides enough torque to chop, grate, and blend foods from frozen fruit to cheese, and it’s hella easy to store.

Here's where to get a Magic Bullet personal blender for less than $20

Finding a Vitamix that’s actually on sale (and not just sporting an inflated original price) is pretty rare. This one’s the real deal. Still going for the full price of $349.95 on Vitamix’s website, you can save $50 and finally flex that Vitamix on your counter for less than $300 (because that’s somehow more justifiable than $350). The Vitamix E310 Explorian’s Pulse feature provides a burst of power to knead bread or pizza dough, and the included tamper pressures thick mixtures toward the blades so you won’t have to pause for scraping. 

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