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The Ninja Foodi 4-in-1 8-qt. 2-Basket Air Fryer on a kitchen counter surrounded by plated meals.

Get dinner on the table in a flash. Shop the best early Black Friday Ninja Foodi deals at Walmart and Amazon, available as of Nov. 18:

Need some assistance with the heavy lifting holiday cooking requires? Walmart and Amazon have dropped a few early Black Friday deals that offer major price cuts on some of Ninja's best multi-cookers and air fryers, with the best price we've seen on the Ninja Foodi 14-in-1 8-qt. XL Pressure Cooker Steam Fryer with SmartLid and more.

Most of these deals will likely fly off the shelves, so read on for more details and shop these kitchen gadget sales before they're gone.

Our top pick

Why we love it

This cooker does it all, and the price is more than right. Amazon has one of Ninja's newest Foodi models, the 8-quart OL601, for just $149. That's a whopping $130 off its retail price of $279.99. Its extra-large size makes it the perfect companion for cooking large holiday meals (or any large meals for that matter), with three cooking modes and 14 functions under one roof. It's a pressure cooker, air fryer, slow cooker, yogurt maker, rice cooker, and just about everything you can think of. If you've got dinner to prepare for a host of people, this is the best Ninja Foodi multi-cooker currently at the best price we've seen.

Budget pick

Why we love it

This two-basket Ninja Foodi air fryer can handle two different types of food simultaneously, which cuts out the annoying step of back-to-back cooking. Whether you want to cook up some crispy French fries or reheat old pizza, this air fryer's Smart Finish technology syncs cooking times so both foods can finish at the same time – which means dinner is ready quicker. It's on sale at Walmart for just $99, which is $50 down from its usual $149.99 price tag. It's also cheaper than Amazon's pricing, — the retailer is currently offering a renewed model for $139.99, which makes Walmart the best deal here overall.

Best for smaller portions

Why we love it

Smaller families or single-person households don't always need to spring for the biggest multi-cookers on the market. The 6.5-quart Foodi is a bit smaller than the bigger cooker currently on sale at Walmart, but it's plenty large enough to cook two meals at once in dual layers, with an included separation rack and crisp basket included with your purchase. It's also $25 cheaper than the sale price Amazon is currently offering for the same model. And it's got you covered in terms of cooking options: it comes with all 14 functions its larger cousin has, from yogurt maker to rice cooker and everything in between.

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