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A week after Prime Day, multiple Ninja Foodi models are still on sale


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Person taking pizza out of Ninja Foodi toaster oven and air fryer

As of Oct. 20, these are the best air fryer deals to shop:

The internet has been talking your ear off about air fryers for years, and maybe you've finally decided to perform your own hype test — but not at full price, of course.

Whether you settle on a basic basket design, one that doubles as a toaster oven, or one that can replace a handful of countertop appliances depends on a few things: counter space, how many people you're cooking for, and realistically, how much you'll use functions outside of air frying. We've separated them below.

Basket-style air fryer deals

Why we like it

At just over $30, the Elite Gourmet air fryer is an easy option for people cooking for one or two. The compact cooker features simple time and temperature adjustments and a digital display.

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Oven-style air fryer deals

Why we like it

Ninja also makes an oven-style version of the Foodi. It doesn't pressure cook, of course, but it does air fry, sear crisp, griddle, and more, consolidating a total of 11 appliances down into on device that can flipped and stored on its side.

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Multicooker and grill combo deals

Surprise: It's yet another version of the Foodi. This time, the 7-in-1 Indoor Grill Combo has dropped a few dollars below its price for the October Prime Day. (That's 46% in savings.) More than just an air fryer, it's also capable of grilling, roasting, baking, and more. Plus, it can fit up to six steaks, mains, and sides at the same time for a family-sized meal.

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