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Best air fryer deals: $15 Bella Pro to $150 Ninja Foodi

From being a healthy way to freshly fry your favorite recipes to quickly and thoroughly reheating leftovers or preparing frozen meals, the air fryer is an essential kitchen appliance. If you’re looking to add a new air fryer to your kitchen lineup, we have some good news. Both Best Buy and Walmart have unbeatable deals on top brands like Ninja, Bella Pro, and more. Keep reading to find the perfect fryer to add to your kitchen.

Bella Pro Series Analog Air Fryer — $15, was $50

The Bella Pro Series Analog Air Fryer
Best Buy

Now this is one you simply can’t-miss. This Bella Pro 3 Series is more than half off, at Best Buy making it a complete steal. Cook your favorite meals to crispy perfection whether you’re cooking for two or a group (up to four). The stainless steel heating elements quickly heat up, which speeds up cooking time while the circular heat technology thoroughly cooks your meal.

Gourmia Digital Window Air Fryer — $59, was $100

The Gourmia Digital Window Air Fryer
WalMart

This air fryer give you the perfect preview of your meal. The Gorumia 8-Quart Air Fryer has a window so you can closely watch your meal cook and crisp. Perfect for big meals or parties, the large basket size allows you to cook a meal for up to eight people. Plus, it has 12 one-touch cooking presets cover popular options like, air fry, bake, roast, broil, dehydrate, and more — and it also features preheat and “turn food reminder.”

Bella Pro Series Digital Air Fryer — $70, was $130

The Bella Pro Series 8-Quart Digital Air Fryer with some fried food at the side.
Best Buy

This air fryer went digital. The Bella Pro Series 8-Quart Digital Air Fryer comes with a built-in touchscreen so you can quickly select the settings you need with a simple touch. It also holds a large capacity making it just the thing for big meals. Also, know you’re investing in quality thanks to the stainless steel construction for added durability. Bonus: Both the pan and tray are dishwasher-safe so clean up is a breeze.

Ninja Air Fryer — $90, was $100

Ninja Air Fryer on a white background.
Best Buy

This  Ninja Air Fryer gives the perfect amount of versatility. It offers a wide range of heat options so you can (from 105-400 degrees Fahrenheit so you can do everything from prep dehydrated snacks to cooking full meals. And we mean it when we say full meals, you can make up to two pounds of food thanks to the convection heat in this air fryer — making it big meal approved.

Bella Pro Series Digital Air Fryer with Dual Flex Basket — $100, was $180

The Bella Pro Series Digital Air Fryer with Dual Flex Basket
Best Buy

Back to the Bella Pro, this 9-Quart Digital Air Fryer features even more perks. It also features a touchscreen, and also allows you to cook two different foods at the same time which makes it a multitasking dream come true. It’s also equipped with six built-in smart cooking functions. And it even allows you to cook the same meal in both baskets thanks to syncing technology.

Ninja Speedi Rapid Cooker & Air Fryer — $100, was $180

The Ninja Speedi Rapid Cooker & Air Fryer
WalMart

Get more bang for your buck and cook huge meals with the The Ninja Speedi. This appliance allows you to cook a three-part meal in as little as 15 minutes in one pot. It features a Rapid Cooking System that uses two different cooking methods at the same time so you can choose between the rapid cooker or air frying mode.  The rapid cook functions allows you to steam and crisp, steam and bake, and more while air fry mode gives you the option of air frying, sautéing, slow cooking, and more.

Bella Pro Series Indoor Grill and Air Fryer — $100, was $150

The Bella Pro Series Indoor Grill and Air Fryer
Best Buy

Another option that gives more bang for your buck, this one allows you to bring the joys of grilling into the comfort of your kitchen. The Bella Pro Series 10.5-quart has eight cooking functions that brings versatility to your cooking. You can use the high-heat grill option with temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit or air fry using up to 80% less fat. Plus, it has a window so you can view your creation and non-stick parts.

Chefman Multifunctional Digital Fryer+ Rotisserie, Fry, Roast & Bake — $100, was $130

The Chefman Multifunctional Digital Fryer
WalMart

The Chefman Multifunctional Air Fryer takes versatility up a couple of notches. With more than 17 preset options, it allows you to cook your favorite meal with the touch of a button. It features rapid air technology and high-speed convection oven system with options to air fry, roast, dehydrate, bake, reheat, and more. The large basket fits up to 10 liters, making it perfect for cooking for a crowd.

Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 — $150,was $170

Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 8-quart on a white background.
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The Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 combines some of the best features of  our air fryers listed above. It features versatility on so many levels with two baskets and options like frying, roasting, and more. The baskets are independent, allowing you to simultaneously cook two different dishes. More options doesn’t mean more clean up; the baskets are easy to clean and have dishwasher-safe crispers.

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