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Ninja Foodi 8 Quart (9-in-1)

For my birthday, I decided I might like to get rid of most of my kitchen appliances and convert to the Ninja Foodi 8 Quart, Nine-in-1. I received a few gift cards to go towards it and today I got it for a steal! The deal is so great that I had to share with you!

I will start by saying I'm not a Kohl's shopper. It's not that I dislike Kohl's, but I haven't mastered the ins-and-outs of their sales or their Kohl's cash, which I always seem to forget to take with me anyway. I had planned on purchasing the item on Amazon. Yet, as I read reviews, I realized I needed to compare the Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 v. the Ninja Foodi Grill. I heard Kohl's carried both, so I went there for a side by side look.

I decided to stay with my initial thought of wanting the Ninja Foodi 9-in-1. This thing boasts of being able to be a pressure cooker, air crisper, sear/sauté function, bake, broil, steam, slow cook, dehydrate, and make yogurt. If I can get rid of my CrockPot, AirFryer, InstaPot, and dehydrator, I am going to have so much more room in my pantry! Plus, the reviews of the Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 are outstanding.

When I was at Kohl's, I realized the original price of $350 was marked down to $280. Currently, Kohl's is offering a Friends & Family coupon that is 20% off and Ninja is NOT excluded in the coupon.

That brought the item down to $224. Upon checking out, I was asked if I wanted to open a Kohl's credit card to which I immediately replied no. But their marketing worked as the screen showed me this would save another $78 (equivalent to 35%). So I agreed. After all of my discounts and then 7% tax, I paid $156 for this! WHAT! That is an amazing price. I have had this item marked on (a site that alerts you when their is a price drop on Amazon), so I knew the price hadn't been lower than $230 over the past two months and it has never been lower than $200 on Amazon. I'm thrilled with my purchase and my savings! And way to go Kohl's for an awesome savings!


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