Shoppers flocked to the “bargain” Ninja air fryer to get £50 off the original price.
The Retailers are well known for their excellent air fryers, although they often cost much more than other brands.
But shoppers have spotted two air fryers on sale for £70 and £50 respectively.
Ninja is selling the AF400 dual basket air fryer for £199, down from £249.
There is also a cheaper option, the AF300 dual basket air fryer for £179.99 down to £219.
There’s also a 10% off code that one lucky shopper shared on Facebook’s Coupons & Deals page.
She said: “So Ninja is now discounting the air fryer plus 10%!
“AF400 is £249.99 RRP and I paid £179.99 (save £70). AF300 is £219.99 RRP and I paid £161.99 (save £58)
“It’s nice to have one for me and my mother-in-law.”
To get an extra 10%, shoppers can use NRGC2XZ2.
Shoppers commented with many tagging their friends to share the bargain.
One said: “Haggle, we have yesterday.”
While another said: “Really the best thing I’ve ever bought.”
Of course, despite the huge discount, there’s still quite a bit to spend on an air fryer.
If you want a better deal, Robert Dyas is selling a dual basket air fryer for £99.99.
And Argos now has one online for £110.
Of course, shop around before you buy because you can find something even cheaper.
Remember that it’s just a steal anyway if you’re after an air fryer.
Is the air fryer really worth it?
Air fryers have grown in popularity since energy bills skyrocketed because they can be cheaper to use than conventional ovens.
That said, that’s not always the case and it depends on the air fryer model.
In fact, money-saving expert Martin Lewis recently warned that it’s not always cheaper to use gadgets.
If you’re considering whether to buy an air fryer, you can use a simple formula to figure out how much it will cost.
Cost = energy (in kWh) × time (in hours) × 1 kilowatt price on your energy tariff.
So if for example you have an air fryer that consumes 2,000 watts, you are using it for an hour and the electricity cost is 34p per 1,000 watts, the formula would be:
2 x 1 x 34p = 68p
The six-liter Studio air fryer has a capacity of 1,800 watts.
So the formula to work out the usage cost for one hour is:
1.8 x 1 x 34p = 61.2p
You can use the same recipe with any appliance, so you can do this with your oven and work out the price difference.
For example, a typical oven uses 900 to 3,500 watts of power.
So if you buy one on the lower end of the wattage scale, it’s actually going to be cheaper to use than a Studio fryer.
That said, sometimes it’s easier and more convenient to cook something faster with an air fryer, while using less oil making them a healthier option.
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