We are feeling extra #blessed this week, guys.
We haven’t seen a big sale on them since Cyber Monday in November, so six long months later, stoked would be an understatement. These things aren’t cheap.
Of course, the sale doesn’t include every single Vitamix blender ever made, but some that are on sale have a better deal than they did on Cyber Monday, so we’re content. We know a professional-grade blender is a pretty hefty investment, so being able to say that you saved $100 on it is pretty sweet.
Here are the best deals:
If you’re in a packed household, are constantly cooking for large parties, or just like leftovers, the 64-ounce container on the Vitamix 5200 blender will be your new best friend in the kitchen. This is a good choice for those new to the Vitamix fam, as there may be a slight learning curve. Its straightforward variable speed dial is black and white (literally and figuratively) giving you absolute control without messing with any of that “smart” stuff.
But simple doesn’t mean less quality — according to the listing, its steel blades reach speeds fast enough to create friction heat and can get cold soup steaming hot in less than seven minutes. Neat. Regularly $549.99, you can save $100 and get it for $449.95 here.
Oh, look: Vitamix has a blender with an app, because of course they do. For the ultra tech-savvy people (who have used a Vitamix before), the Vitamix A2300 Ascent Series Smart Blender can connect to the iOS and Android app to unlock the blender’s 17 smart programs, as well as over 500 recipes. Depending on your batch size, you can switch out the containers (it comes with a 64-ounce one) and the motor base will automatically adjust its blending times for the size you’ve chosen.
With the same manual speed and pulse controls mentioned above, this blender gives a seriously customizable experience. Regularly $549.95, you can save $100 and get it for $449.95 here.
If Vitamix blenders are the Ferraris of the blender world, then the Vitamix 750 Programmable Blender is the self-driving car. It’s equipped with five pre-programmed settings for walk-away convenience, self-cleaning (in less than a minute), and consistent results for smoothies, soups, and other purées. You can also fine-tune these programs with manual speed controls as well as pulse controls for chunkier recipes like salsa. The blender houses Vitamix’s most powerful motor yet with 2.2 horsepower, but is also somehow one of Vitamix’s quietest blenders.
Again, a 64-ounce container is pretty big, so prepping for large families or parties is a go. Regularly $699, you can save $219 and get it for $479.99 here.
Another hella convenient option is the Vitamix Ascent A2500 Blender. Its three program settings (smoothies, hot soups, and frozen desserts) also automatically adjust to the pitcher size to process your recipes and with the best blade speed. It then stops the blender when it’s done (aka no babysitting). The digital timer helps remove the guesswork for maximum walk-away convenience. If anything goes wrong, it also has a 10-year warranty.
Regularly $599.95, you can save $150 and get it for $449.95 here.
But sometimes, you just gotta be selfish. The Vitamix S30 Personal Blender comes with an included “personal blending” cookbook and 20-ounce container that can be turned into a grab-and-go cup when you add a lid. Cut down your morning routine with four pre-programmed settings (smoothies, dips and spreads, frozen desserts, and power blends for greens), designed for optimal processing times and getting to work on time.
It also comes with a 40-ounce pitcher for a meal for two. (Mmm, kale smoothies for date night.) Regularly $399.99, you can get it for $329.99 here.
The grandaddy of them all: The Vitamix Quiet One Blender is for people who take their frozen drink making VERY seriously — or who have a mini heart attack every time a loud blender is turned on. Vitamix’s website says it’s only intended for commercial use, so we weren’t sure if anyone aside from Starbucks employees would actually purchase this — but most of the reviews are actually from people who bought it for their house and are amped about how quiet it truly is (especially in homes with toddlers or newborns).
Mostly, we just needed everyone to know that a $1,127.48 countertop blender exists and that it’s only $999 today. If you’ve been wanting to splurge on something excessive, you should do it now here.
Accessories like assorted sizes of pitchers, personal portable bottles, and tamper holders are also on sale. And, if you’re balling on a budget, you can find deals on certified refurbished Vitamix blenders for as low as $249.99, like this super well-reviewed one.