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Ninja slashes up to £20 off Air Fryers but you’ll need to be quick


SOMETIMES you can’t be a takeaway, and top of the list for most families is usually chips.

So luckily for fast food fans and families, Ninja has slashed £20 off their Air Fryers in time for Easter Weekend.

 Looking to make your own fakeaways at home?

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Looking to make your own fakeaways at home?

The Air Fryer’s have up to £20 off, and are available now from Ninja.co.uk, AO.com, and Amazon.

  • Save up to £20 on Ninja Air Fryers – buy here

However shoppers will need to be quick as similar models have already sold out online.

They’re perfect for households looking for a home cooked takeaway, or a fakeaway – because we all need some comfort food right now.

We’ve found two models with £20 off, so it’s a great time to snap one up.

The Ninja Air Fryer Max AF160UK is recommended by Trusted Reviews and currently on sale for £129.99 from £149.99.

With six different modes, and a large 5.2L capacity, it’s an easy way to make a variety of meals.

It’s six cooking functions include Air Fry, Roast, Bake, Reheat, Dehydrate and Max Crisp.

You can buy it from AO.com, Ninja and Amazon here.

However, if you’re looking for a healthier alternative Ninja’s Foodi Health Grill and Air Fryer AG301UK has also been reduced from £199.99 to £179.99.

It uses Cyclonic Air Technology, with temperatures up to 265C to Air Fry to create low fat versions of fried foods with five functions, Grill, Air Fry, Roast, Bake and Dehydrate.

All of the above deals are available at AO.com, Ninja and Amazon here.

 

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