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By Christie Calucchia
February 27, 2020
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It’s almost springtime, which means you’ll soon be trading in hot coffee and tea for refreshing iced beverages and blended drinks. But if you’re not looking forward to spending $15 a pop on nutritious smoothies or indulgent margaritas (balance is key), now is the perfect time to invest in your own high-quality blender. And lucky for you, the best-selling Ninja Chef Blender is currently on sale at Walmart.

It usually goes for $150, but the popular blender is discounted by 34 percent right now, bringing the price down to just $99. The blender features a super-powerful 1500-watt motor system and the brand’s widest array of speed ranges on the market. That means it can blend even the toughest ingredients with ease, so you can whip up a creamy smoothie or chunky salsa in minutes.

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You can operate the blender manually or use one of the 10 preset Auto-iQ programs, which include soup, ice cream, flour, and nut butter settings. Simply turn the dial to whichever food or drink you’re blending and let the appliance do the work for you.

Along with a two-quart pitcher, the blender also comes with a tamper stick to help mix ingredients and a 24-ounce double-walled tumbler for taking blended creations on the go. It’s perfect for bringing your morning smoothie on your commute or even transporting dip to a potluck. 

The blender has plenty of great reviews on Walmart’s site from shoppers who say it’s the best blender they’ve ever used, and that it works great whether you’re blending sauces, soups, or smoothies.

There’s no telling how long this deal will last, so head to Walmart to grab a Ninja blender while it’s still on sale.

Ninja Chef 1500 Watt Blender with Auto-IQ and Smoothie Cup

To buy: $99 (was $150); walmart.com.

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