Vitamix Is Having a Rare Sale, with Black Friday-Worthy Deals on Their Most Popular Blenders

updated Oct 10, 2023
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If you’re like me and have been hanging onto your cheap personal blender for a little too long, you’re likely in the market for an upgrade. But, nailing down the perfect blender is no easy task, and if you’re going to be investing in a pricier option, it pays to know what really sets one blender apart from the rest. How much power it has, container design, speed, blade quality — these are just a few of the factors you should consider before spending your hard-earned money. However, one brand we know hits all of those marks is Vitamix.

Known for their blenders’ superior quality and design, Vitamix’s offerings come with an understandably hefty price tag. But, the Kitchn Essentials List-making retailer is hosting a rare sale on a number of their most popular products and bundles. During Vitamix’s Fall Sale, you can save up to $100 on blenders and bundles. Yep, it’s as fantastic as it sounds! Without further ado, here are the best deals you can take advantage of from now until Oct. 29.

1 / 6
was $559.95

This well-reviewed blender features a 64-ounce container that whips up large batches, but it still fits in a cabinet easily. It’s built with a 2.2 HP motor, which is the brand’s most powerful, so it can tackle anything you toss in it. There’s even a pulse feature to layer coarser chops over purées.

2 / 6
was $149.95

The immersion blender is a lifesaver for small kitchens with limited counter space. “It clicks on super smoothly,” says former executive lifestyle director Lisa Freedman in her review. “And it’s impressively quiet — even when blending up frozen fruit for smoothies. In tests, I’ve found that it can blend up a pot of silky-smooth soups in less than 40 seconds.”

3 / 6
was $799.95

If you or someone in the family has an allergy, this A3500 bundle is for you. It comes with a 48-ounce colored container that makes keeping ingredients separate a breeze. When we tested the Ascent series blender, we discovered that it “make[s] for quicker and silkier blends” and “prevents overheating … jamming, clogging, overuse of energy, and the need to start and stop your blends just to scrape down the sides or shake the vessel.”

4 / 6
was $349.95

We loved the Explorian series when we put it to the test and think it’s an especially great model if you only intend to use it for the basics — it's ideal for producing medium batches for a small number of people.

5 / 6
was $599.95

Composting will have never been easier once you add this nifty device to your kitchen. With a perfect 5-star rating, the Eco 5 FoodCycler turns up to 5 liters of food scraps at a time into a dry powdered plant food. "That same power and efficiency that I love about my blender translates quite well to the grinding and processing of food waste," says contributor Kristina Vänni about the FC-50 version.

6 / 6
was $649.95

This set covers all of your meal prep needs — it includes the standard 64-ounce container for producing medium to large batches, as well as a Self-Detect Base, 12-cup work bowl, two food pushers, and two reversible slice and shred discs for food processing.