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This year Vitamix is discounting new machines by $50 to $70 in the US and Canada, starting today, Nov 17th. I spoke with the folks at Vitamix, and they do not anticipate additional Black Friday discounts, except for the Premium Black Stainless A3500, which will go down to the same price as the normal Stainless A3500 on Black Friday. They are also offering some additional discounts on Certified Reconditioned. If all of the different Vitamix models are confusing, check out my Vitamix comparison page.
These deals are scheduled to run through January 7, 2018, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they sell out of certain colors/models before then.
Here are my top picks:
Lowest Prices (US and Canada)
E310 for $299.95 (US only). This is the lowest price I’ve seen for a new Vitamix machine. The E310 was already at a price point $100 lower than previous comparable models. This machine is just as capable as the more expensive models. For more details, see my E310 review.
You can save even more by buying reconditioned. The Recon 5300 is an additional $100 off, bringing it down to $259.95 (C$349.95 in Canada). Certified Reconditioned Vitamix units are guaranteed to be as good as new.
$70 off Ascent Series (US and Canada)
The Ascent Series is Vitamix’s latest, and has various new technology upgrades, including digital timers, container detect, and Bluetooth connection to app. Plus, it comes with a longer 10-year warranty. Note that you can still use these machines the same way as earlier Vitamix models (there’s no need to delve into the Bluetooth capability if you don’t want to.)
If you click one of the links from this site and add an Ascent model to your cart, you’ll see an additional $20 discount!
My personal Ascent picks are the A2300, which gets you into the Ascent line at the lowest possible price, and the A3500, which has all the premium upgrades. The intermediate A2500 and A3300 are also worthy, if you happen to like their combination of features. For more details, see my Ascent Series review.
$50 off all New Legacy Machines (US and Canada)
In many cases I think Explorian, Ascent, or Reconditioned are a better buy. However, the New Legacy machines are still perfectly good. If you want a premium machine, but don’t want Ascent, the Pro 750 is for you (the Pro 750 and A3500 are the two models that come with metal base options). The 5200 and 7500 are also still great machines. And the Personal Series is surprisingly effective, in a smaller package. You can peruse my Vitamix comparison page for more discussion. And don’t hesitate to contact me or comment below if you’re confused.
Reconditioned Premium Legacy Machines (US Only)
These ones have the biggest dollar savings, and they have been going in and out of stock:
You can majorly lower your upfront cost with Vitamix’s generous payment plans.
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Check out my holiday gift guide.
Blendtec is running different deals by the week, and they have announced their schedule. Make sure you click through from this page to apply free shipping.
Black Friday (1 day only; Nov 23 6pm MST — Nov 24 11:59pm MST):
Cyber Monday Week (Nov 26 5pm MST — Dec 1 5pm MST):
Pro 750 & Twister Jar Bundle for $499.95 (regularly $729.90)
Dec 3 — Dec 8, 5pm MST:
Spoonula & Spectacula Bundle for $19.95 (regularly $49.90)
Dec 10 — Dec 15 5pm MST:
Blendtec GO for $99.95 (personal to-go jar, regularly $149.95)
Ongoing (but prices could go up at any time)
As usual, free shipping will be applied in your cart if you click any of the Vitamix or Blendtec links from this page.
Black Friday Pricing Note
One other thing to note about Vitamix Black Friday deals is that Vitamix has pricing agreements with its retailers. Probably for this reason, I have never seen a Vitamix doorbuster advertised at a brick-and-mortar store. I am less certain about Blendtec’s agreements, but Blendtec machines are not sold at many brick-and mortar stores.
(Comments below include comments from past year’s sales, which were different from this year’s.)