Getting healthy around the holidays is never easy, which is why you’ve had your eye on a NutriBullet for a while now. The price may have scared you off in the past, but with Black Friday right around the corner, you’ve got the perfect chance to pick up one of these handy nutrient extractors without having your wallet shredded.
In all the excitement of the holiday season, it can be tempting to purchase whichever product gives you the best deal. However, falling into that trap is the fastest way to a bad case of buyer’s remorse. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up some of the best models with the hottest deals, so you don’t have to do all the heavy lifting.
Is Black Friday shopping already stressing you out? See our Black Friday Survival Guide to get a better idea of how to approach the hectic holiday.
Take a look at some of the deals we’ve collected for you here, and check back throughout the holiday weekend for updated deals on your favorite models:
Before picking out a Black Friday saving on a NutriBullet blender, it’s important to understand the range (plus the savings you can enjoy).
NutriBullet blenders range from a respectable basic model to an all-singing, all-dancing Bluetooth-enabled smart blender (the Balance).
In practice, you can do everything you need with even the cheapest, original model, the NBR-1201. As you step up to the more expensive ones, you get a few more accessories, or the smart functionality of the Balance. But for powerful blending and easy action, you can’t go wrong even with the cheapest model.
When it comes to planning out a healthy regimen, it can be a huge hassle to keep track of recipes, find measuring cups, and add the right amount of ingredients. NutriBullet products can help with that to a certain extent, but there’s still a lot of guesswork that goes into making the perfect smoothie.
Well, not anymore. The NutriBullet Balance is the newest model from the self-proclaimed creators of nutrient extraction, and it comes with some serious smart tech upgrades. With the Bluetooth-enabled NutriBullet Balance mobile app, you’ll be able to track exactly what goes into each smoothie.
As for the specifics, the device comes with two 32 oz cups, the classic stainless steel precision extractor blade, two to-go lids, two comfort lids, and the 1200-watt Power Base with the Smart Nutrition Sensor for real-time nutritional information.
From a Black Friday standpoint, the NutriBullet Balance could be poised for some serious savings. As the newest addition to the lineup and easily the most expensive, you could be lucky enough to get this smart bullet blender for a steal.
This model has had a massive Black Friday price drop, falling to $129 rather than its usual $179.
Not everyone who’s looking for a NutriBullet is completely entrenched in their healthy eating regimen. Most people are just looking for a quality, easy-to-use blender that gets the job done, and that is why the NutriBullet PRO is the company’s top selling product.
The NutriBullet PRO doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the previous two models, but it does come with everything you need to extract nutrients like a champ. As review after review shows, the heavy duty blade can cut through pretty much anything you’d want to put in a blender – perfect for those tough to blend ingredients.
The NutriBullet PRO is a more affordable option than the previous two models, which means it has a little bit less to unpack. It comes with one to-go lid, one 32 oz comfort cup, one 24 oz handled comfort cup, one extractor blade, and a 900-watt High-Torque Power Base.
The NutriBullet PRO is already pretty affordable, but the price has dropped significantly in the past. If you’re looking for a deal on the most popular item from NutriBullet, this Black Friday could be the best time to pull it off.
We’re seeing the NutriBullet PRO at $68 this Black Friday, a great price cut for this model.
If you’re new to nutrient extraction, all these NutriBullet models are probably pretty intimidating. I mean, pre-programmable mobile apps and Bluetooth-enabled mobile apps? You’re just looking for a blender! Fortunately, you can’t go wrong with a classic, which is why the original NutriBullet is here for you.
This simple, easy-to-use blender comes with all the basics to get you started with nutrient extraction without all the added fluff. One setting, one speed, all the power you need to take on whole foods and turn them into nutritious smoothies.
The original NutriBullet obviously comes with fewer accessories, but nothing major is missing. It still comes with a 24 oz cup with comfort ring, an 18 oz short cup with handled comfort ring, the extractor blade, a recipe book, and the 600-watt Power Base.
As for price, the original NutriBullet is the most affordable model from the company, but prices can always go lower on Black Friday. Recently, prices have dipped pretty low and stayed there, which means we could be due for another big price drop when the holidays roll around.
In time for Black Friday, you should be able to pick up this entry-level NutriBullet for $48.
If you’re an avid nutrient extractor, you’ve probably got your routine down to a science. Whether it’s a healthy cleanse after a long weekend or protein boost before your afternoon workout, you know exactly what and how you’re going to blend before you even get to the kitchen. In that case, the NutriBullet Select is perfect for you.
This handy device comes with five variable speeds and three pre-programmable settings, so that you can get that perfect blend every single time. This incredibly versatile device can do everything from dicing ice to mincing meats. Plus, with the additional recipe book, you’ll be able to branch out and stay healthy.
As for what’s in the box, the NutriBullet Select comes with a 10 oz cup for comfort drinking, a 32 oz portable cup with vessel grip, a three-piece 28 oz pitcher cup for easy pouring, a to-go lid, a resealable lid, the extractor blade, and a 900-watt, High-Torque Power Base.
The NutriBullet Select is another one of the more expensive models in the lineup, which makes it a prime savings opportunity on Black Friday. Prices have dipped considerably low in the past, even under $100, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled this holiday season.
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