Vitamix’s Black Friday Sale Includes Their Most Popular Models

published Nov 25, 2021
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A great blender is a bit like a countertop sous chef: a workhorse that can dice veggies, make salsa in seconds, whip up nut butter and dips, and, of course, make the ubiquitous morning smoothie. And while any old blender can usually get the job done, there’s really nothing quite like a Vitamix. With airplane-grade stainless-steel blades that never warp and powerful motors that last forever, Vitamix offers superior construction and incomparable power. Its blades are so fast, just their friction alone can heat up your ingredients right inside the blender, giving you steaming-hot soup in minutes.

But craftsmanship like this comes at a price, which is why Vitamix’s Black Friday sale is a huge deal. Right now through Dec. 31, you can score $50 off Legacy Series and Ascent Series blenders, with some models and accessories marked down even more. It’s all part of their Cyber Weekend of sales, so if you’ve been looking to snag a Vitamix for yourself or for a holiday gift, now’s your chance. Not sure which one to get? We’ve spotlighted some of the best deals below. But act quickly — this sale ends soon.

1 / 4
was $349.95

Consider this the entry-level Vitamix. But while The Explorian series might lack the bells and whistles of the more expensive models, when you’re talking about a Vitamix, there’s really no such thing as a “basic model.” With ten speeds to choose from, the laser-cut stainless-steel blades can go from a rough chop (if you’re dicing veggies) to a smooth purée (perfect for baby food). And the pulse button allows you to layer in coarser chopping, ideal if you’re making the base for a stew.

2 / 4
was $649.95

Go go gadget blender! You can manually operate the A3500 with the speed-control dial — but there are also five pre-programmed settings and a programmable timer, so you can set it, forget it, and trust that you’ll come back to salsa that’s perfectly chunky, not runny. It’s also got built-in wireless connectivity and automatically connects to the container size you’ve chosen (the Ascent line includes a variety of attachments, like a food processor and blending cups). Plus, it links to the Vitamix Perfect Blend app, which unlocks 17 programs and hundreds of recipes. Like all Vitamix blenders, it self-cleans with just a little dish soap and water — and the touch-screen display is similarly easy to clean with just a damp dishcloth.

3 / 4
was $449.95

Get a little bit of everything with the A2300. The Ascent’s got the wireless connectivity that technophiles love, as well as Vitamix’s pulse feature and go-to dial that allows you to manually control the blade speed. And since the A2300 will “know” which container you’re using, it’ll select the maximum blending time, ensuring that you won’t overblend your broccoli cheddar soup.

4 / 4
was $499.95

A happy medium between the previous two models, the A2500 has the manual dial and wireless connectivity of the Ascent line of containers, but it also has three pre-programmed settings (the ever-popular smoothies, soups, and frozen desserts) that offer set-it-and-forget-it functionality with consistent results. You can prep your smoothie (or soup, or even a frozen sorbet!) so it’s ready when you want it to be.

This post originally appeared on Kitchn. See it here: Vitamix’s Black Friday Sale Is On and It Includes Their Most Popular Models