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Man grilling steaks with Ninja Foodi DG551 6-in-1 indoor grill on countertop

Save $80: The 6-in-1 Ninja Foodi DG551 Smart XL indoor grill with air fryer is now $199.99 at Amazon. As of Nov. 1, this is the lowest price ever at a 29% discount.

Cooler fall weather is welcome, but it's still a bit of a buzzkill for grillmasters. And while the best air fryers and Instant Pots do a lot these days, they don't always fill the void left by your outdoor grill—unless you upgrade to a new indoor option.

Enjoy year-round cookouts with the 6-in-1 Ninja Foodi DG551 Smart XL indoor grill, on sale for $199.99 at Amazon. At an $80 discount, this is the lowest price ever on this combo cooker released just this year—and well ahead of the Black Friday rush.

The Ninja Foodi DG551 is a great indoor option for a virtually smoke-free grill. Its new and sleek design fits up to six steaks at once, or about 24 hot dogs. You can also skip the guesswork that often comes with grilling thanks to a smart cooking system. Get the perfect degree of doneness—from rare to well-done—with four protein settings and nine customizable settings.

And to make it even easier, the Ninja Foodi includes the Foodi Smart Thermometer, which continuously monitors temperatures for the best results. But it does plenty more than grill the best steak or chicken. You also get the option to air crisp, roast, bake, broil, and dehydrate a wide range of meals with simple controls and a wide temperature range. Plus, it's easy to clean thanks to a ceramic-coated grill grate, crisper basket, and cooking pot that are all dishwasher safe.

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