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  • Ninja up to £90 off selected products

    Ninja up to £90 off selected products

    Includes air fryers. Some items cheaper elsewhere


    The Ninja Black Friday event* has started and you can find discounts available across a wide range of Ninja products including air fryers, food processors, blenders and cookware, from Thursday 3 November until 9am on Wednesday 30 November, or while stock lasts.

    Ninja told us that the majority of its deals are already live, but there will be some further offers going live between now and the end of the sale. Though, it added that the discounts won't be getting any deeper, but rather more products will be added – so all discounted items are currently at their cheapest and won't drop in price between now and the end of the sale.

    Delivery is free and should take between three to five working days.

    Here are some examples, both good and bad, we found when we checked at 10.32am on Friday 25 November:

    Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and be sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. Always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.

  • Ninja Kitchen air fryer & grill £175 (normally £250)

    Ninja Kitchen air fryer & grill £175 (normally £250)

    Via MSE Blagged code. Plus 20% off Ninja Cookware. Excludes Northern Ireland


    Update 12.12pm Friday 19 August: Ninja has told us that the grill & air fryer has now sold out, but the 20% off code for the Cookware range of pots and pans is still available. 

    If you go online to Ninja* you can get a Foodi Max Health Grill & Air Fryer for £174.99 (normally £249.99) when you enter the MSE Blagged code MSE75 at the checkout. This deal will end at 11.59pm on Tuesday 23 August or when all 3,000 units have sold out, whichever's sooner. 

    As well as the grill & air fryer, there’s another code – MSECOOK – for 20% off Ninja's Cookware* range of pots and pans. This code is also valid until 11.59pm on Tuesday 23 August, or until 2,000 codes have been redeemed. The code is valid on all items found in the Cookware range via the link above, and there is no limit to how many items you can use the code on.

    You’re not able to use both codes in one transaction, so if you’re after both the grill & air fryer and a discount on the Cookware range, you’ll have to place two separate orders.

    Delivery's free and Ninja says it aims to ship orders the next working day, but it can take around three working days to arrive. Ninja delivers to most of the UK, but not to Northern Ireland.

    The grill & air fryer has six different cooking functions, including air fry, bake, roast, reheat, dehydrate and grill. Ninja says this model can cook up to six portions, so a decent size if you’re cooking for guests, family or friends.

    The Ninja Foodi MAX Health Grill & Air Fryer AG551UK* includes:

    • Six cooking functions. Ninja lists these as air fry, bake, roast, reheat, dehydrate and grill.
    • 3.8L cooking pot
    • 3.8L crisp basket
    • 740cm² grill plate
    • Cleaning brush
    • Chef-created recipe guide  


    What is Ninja and is this deal any good?

    Ninja is a popular kitchen appliance brand, known for its blenders, air fryers and food processors. It's part of the SharkNinja group, which sells the Shark vacuum cleaners. When we checked on Friday 5 August, Ninja had a 'great' score of 4.1 out of 5 from 11,000+ reviews at Trustpilot

    This grill & air fryer has decent reviews on both John Lewis and on Ninja's website and our code made this the cheapest way to buy. The next cheapest we could find this sold elsewhere on Tuesday 16 August, was £249 at Curry's and John Lewis. Though remember to check prices at other retailers before buying, to make sure you're getting the cheapest price.

    This cooker comes with a one-year guarantee. 

    See our Supermarket coupons page to see if you can make a saving on the weekly shop.

    MSE Chris K says:

    We've yet to crunch the numbers ourselves, but we've heard numerous reports from MoneySavers and in the MSE forum that it can be cheaper to cook certain meals in an air fryer, rather than heating up a much larger oven. So if you're trying to be more energy conscious, it could work out cheaper to cook in one of these air fryers – though you'll need to weigh up the initial cost of buying it first.