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Kohls has the Ninja XL Blender on sale for $99.99 with a $20 Kohl's gift card offer with purchase (November 10-20). Also, get $10 Kohl's cash with purchase. Makes this deal $40.

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Also, the HealthMaster (endorsed by Montel Williams) is $120 after 30% off coupon and $20 Kohl's cash.

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So it's on sale for $99.99 - $30=$40? Not quite following the math.

NYBonk said: So it's on sale for $99.99 - $30=$40? Not quite following the math.

Here you go:

On sale for $99.99
less $30 for 30% coupon = $70
less $10 Kohl's cash = $60
less $20 Kohl's gift card via mail-in rebate (link on the page in item description) = $40

NYBonk said: So it's on sale for $99.99 - $30=$40? Not quite following the math.

I think the OP was figuring it like this:
99.99 - 30% - $20 - $10 = $40

Ooops...nevermind he beat me to it!

Thanks Cnvrtble98!!

I had a gift card I wanted to use, but the gift card system was down so I had to call in my order. I didn't get CashBack that way. :/ Also there was ($4.37) tax that OP didn't account for.

Good deal though.

My nuttsWtf this can't will not replace the nutt chooper you will love my nutts

Darn, we just used our 30% coupon on something else. But we did buy our Ninja Blender from Bed Bath and Beyond with the usual 20% off coupon, which wasn't a bad deal. I used to use my parent's vita-mix, and my wife and I had a blendtec for a couple months before realizing we had to return it because it was too expensive. Both were excellent blenders that can do so much, but they are about $400 each. Any other blender at the $100 level that I've used ended up breaking, so I gave up on them. As for this blender, so far it actually works really, really well, especially considering the price.

For those who have owned one, is this comparable to a vita-mix or blendtec? As far as throwing whole fruit and veggies in and ending up with a smooth result? I'm interested in the vita-mix but the price is absurd.

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