When it comes to kitchen appliances, Ninja is one of the biggest names in the business. The brand has secured itself as one of the most popular in the UK with its viral products like the Ninja Creami, not to mention air-fryers – which can be so popular that we've seen sale numbers limited to two per customer on a number of them.

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Our experts have tested a number of Ninja's products across criteria including sustainability, value for money, ease of use and cooking results. The products regularly impress. Ninja's commitment to recyclable packaging is particularly impressive, which is sadly fairly unusual among its competitors.

Ninja products can be fairly pricey. With many UK retailers hosting spring sales at the moment, we're here to help you sort the deals from the duds and find your new Ninja appliance at a great price. Our expert reviews team are seasoned when it comes to finding honest opportunities to save.

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Read on for the best savings to be found across Ninja appliances right now.


Ninja UK deals at a glance

  • Amazon — discounts across air-fryers, multi-cookers and more
  • AO — savings on indoor and outdoor kitchen appliances
  • Argos — the electricals retailer has cut prices across kitchen appliances
  • Currys — find deals on hard-to-find Ninja air-fryers
  • JD Williams — save on lots of Ninja's best appliances
  • John Lewis and Partners — the department store has savings to price match Ninja Kitchen
  • Lakeland — discounts on appliances from dozens of brands including Ninja
  • Ninja Kitchen — the brand itself has discounts across top products right not
  • Very — find discounts as part of its sale

When you're on the look out for deals on Ninja appliances, remember that pricing around sales events can be quite volatile with retailers lowering their prices to stay in line with competitors. This means it's always worth shopping around before you settle on a deal. There are also shopper-friendly additions like loyalty schemes or free next-day delivery which are available at some retailers and worth bearing in mind.

We have seen a number of products go out of stock and the best deals seem to be lasting only for a short time. To avoid disappointment we recommend buying as soon as the model reaches a price that you're comfortable with.


Ninja UK air-fryer deals 2024

Ninja air-fryer MAX PRO 6.2-litre AF180UK

best small air-fryers

Best large-capacity single-drawer Ninja air-fryer

Star rating: 5/5

This single-drawer air-fryer has a distinctly sleek style with silver accents and a reflective screen that extends to the top of the model. Similar to many of the brand's dual-zone designs this has more of a boxy look alongside a large footprint, which provides a 6.2-litre capacity.

There are six functions to choose from including air-fry and max crisp. We used the air-fryer function to cook our chips for 20 minutes at 200C and the final result was well-sealed chips that had a nice, fluffy interior.


Ninja Foodi FlexDrawer dual air-fryer AF500UK

Ninja Foodi FlexDrawer Dual air-fryer AF500UK with olive accreditation badge

Best large-capacity Ninja air-fryer

Star rating: 5/5

This air-fryer boasts Ninja's largest capacity, with a drawer that can be used as a single 10.4-litre space or divided into two. This means you can cook large dishes like a side of salmon or a leg of lamb, or use it to cook a whole meal with the protein in one drawer and sides in the other. On test, we were impressed that while cooking salmon and chicken at the same time using the sync function there was no smell or taste transfer.


Ninja Foodi Dual Zone air-fryer AF300UK

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Best for cooking a complete meal in one

Star rating: 5/5

Almost completely ready to use straight out of the box, the Dual Zone AF300UK makes for a striking piece of kit on the kitchen counter. A clear and concise instruction manual accompanies this model, and while you'll be able to complete basic air-frying tasks with ease, setting up the ever-so-useful sync function (programme both drawers to finish cooking at the same time) does require some assistance from the manual. From duck breast to chips and sausages, we were thoroughly impressed by the results of all our test recipes.


Ninja air-fryer Max AF160UK

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Best air-fryer for quick baking

Star rating: 5/5

Boasting six useful cooking functions including air-fry, roast and dehydrate, this model impressed us most after testing out the baking function; we enjoyed a well-baked, nicely risen cake. But even if you're not looking for a model to bake in, the AF160UK excelled in other areas, such as roasting a whole, small chicken and producing great chips. The control panel is simple to navigate and audible notifications guide you through the entire cooking process.


Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone air-fryer AF400UK

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Best air-fryer for families

Star rating: 5/5

This dual-drawer model can also be programmed so different foods finish cooking at the same time. If you like the sound of the AF300UK, but think its 7.6L capacity may be too small, the AF400UK boasts a spacious 9.5L capacity, so is great for larger households. The cooking results were impressive, whether it was chicken, fish or veggies, everything was browned evenly and stayed moist. We noticed no transfer of smell or flavour between baskets, meaning you could happily cook dinner and dessert in this air-fryer.


Ninja Foodi Health grill and air-fryer AG301UK

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Star rating: 4.5/5

The versatile AG301UK not only air-fries, but it doubles as a health grill, too. Design-wise, it's unlike many of the other air-fryers we've tested; rather than having a pull-out drawer or an oven-style opening, ingredients are placed inside after lifting the lid. Generally, this model cooked food well: it browned evenly and particularly excelled when cooking chicken, salmon and halloumi. We loved the extra features like the progress bar to indicate the preheating time and intuitive controls.


Ninja Foodi MAX Pro Health grill, flat plate and air-fryer AG651UK

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Star rating: 4.5/5

With seven cooking functions to explore, the ultra versatile AG651UK allows you to grill, griddle (flat plate), bake roast, air-fry and much more. It's not got a small footprint, but considering the wealth of cooking tasks it can complete, this comes as no real surprise. The control panel is intuitive, but you'll need to consult the manual when assembling. Our test recipes cooked well on the whole and we particularly liked the even and defined grill lines imparted onto our halloumi, though we found the temperature probe a little unreliable when cooking chicken.


Ninja Foodi MAX Dual Zone air-fryer AF451UK

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Star rating: 4.5/5

As with other Dual Zone air-fryers, the height and footprint of this model demands a good amount of real estate on a countertop. It has a large capacity making it a great option for catering to a crowd, a large household, or if you prefer to cook multiple dishes in your air-fryer simultaneously. It also has a cooking probe included, which we found helpful in cooking our chicken breast on test, although it did take a while to get used to the functions of the probe.


Ninja Air-Fryer AF100UK

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Star rating: 4/5

This is one of the first air-fryers Ninja released in the UK and looks very typical of a single-drawer, round air-fryer. At 3.2L, the basket is sturdy and holds up to the model's four pre-set functions to roast, dehydrate, reheat and air-fry. As the machine is at the more affordable end of Ninja's air-fryer offerings (that's before any savings), it lacks some of the bells and whistles you'll find on pricier models, but it does the basics really well. On test, we were impressed by the dehydrating function as well as the air-frying function which produced evenly cooked chips and satisfyingly intense roasted vegetables.


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Ninja Foodi Power Nutri Blender 2-in-1 with Smart Torque and Auto-iQ 1100W CB100UK

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Best overall smoothie maker

Star rating: 5/5

This blender is one of the most powerful that we've tested, blitzing everything we tried in 30 seconds or less. While it is pretty noisy (and may well make you jump on first use) we were impressed by the result. You get two cups with this machine — one with a spout lid and a bowl with a storage lid. As with many other Ninja products we've put to the test, we enjoyed the thoroughness of the instruction booklet, which included a quick-start guide and helpful recipe book.


Ninja 3-in-1 food processor with Auto IQ BN800UK

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Best intuitive food processor

Star rating: 5/5

If versatility is a priority for you when it comes to kitchen appliances, this offering from Ninja is likely to tick a lot of boxes. It comes with a roomy jug for food processing, a sturdy glass blender and a single-serve blender with the capability to complete a number of different functions like sauces and spice mixes. We found this blender super powerful, making its way through all our ingredients in a matter of seconds.


Ninja 2-in-1 Blender with Auto-IQ BN750UK

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Star rating: 4/5

This is a versatile blender designed with daily use in mind. It includes a 700ml individual blender cup which locks directly into the base and can be used with the model's speed settings before being taken on the go. Unlike many other blenders it doesn't come with a plunger, but rather the blade system is strong enough to reach the ingredients at the top and draw them down to be blended. The main drawbacks of this model on test were how loud it is and it's size on the countertop — it's fairly bulky with a large footprint.


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Ninja CREAMi Deluxe 10-in-1 Ice Cream and Frozen Drink Maker NC501UK

Ninja CREAMi Deluxe 10-in-1 Ice Cream and Frozen Drink Maker NC501UK

Star rating: 5/5

This is the remodelled version of the viral Ninja Creami ice cream maker and on test we were really impressed with how it performed. It comes with three generously sized tubs so you can make and store multiple ice creams at once. There are a whopping 10 different functions to choose from including ice cream, frozen yogurt, gelato and slushie.

We tested Ninja's malt ice cream recipe which had a nicely smooth texture with only the slightest grittiness of ice crystals, which we were impressed by given that you freeze the mixture solid before it's spun by the machine.


Ninja CREAMi ice cream & frozen dessert maker NC300UK

Ninja CREAMi Ice Cream & Frozen Dessert Maker NC300UK

Best high-tech ice cream maker

Star rating: 4.5/5

The Ninja Creami is an ice cream maker with a difference. Where most ice cream makers work by churning and freezing the mixture simultaneously, this model requires you to freeze the ice cream base first before putting it in the machine. It then uses powerful blades to shave the frozen mixture and churn it together. We found this produced a smooth, creamy ice cream.

This model has gained something of a cult status in the last year, and on test we definitely understood the hype around it. It's pretty unusual to see the Ninja Creami on sale, so if you've got your eye on one, we'd recommend acting fast.


Ninja Speedi 10-in-1 Rapid Cooker and air-fryer ON400UK

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Star rating: 4.5/5

The Ninja Speedi is a multi-cooker with the capability to steam, bake, slow cook, roast, dehydrate, air-fry and more. If you're interested in air-frying but want to prioritise versatility this could be a really good option. The internal tray means you can cook in two layers inside the machine, essentially doubling the capacity of its 5.7L pot. To air-fry, the tray needs to sit on the base of the pot before you can use it as a normal air-fryer, or to air-fry elements before incorporating them in the rest of a dish.


Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 multi-cooker OP350UK

Ninja Foodi 9-in-1 multicooker OP350UK

Star rating: 5/5

Like many Ninja appliances that we've tried, this model is super user-friendly with a dial which turns to select one of the nine pre-set cooking functions. These include slow cooking, grilling, air-crisping, dehydrating and pressure cooking, making it a versatile piece of kit. It looks impressive straight out of the box, and comes with a set of guides and instructions which will put you at ease even if you haven't used a multi-cooker before.


Ninja Foodi MAX 15-in-1 SmartLid multi-cooker with Smart Cook System 7.5L OL750UK

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Best air fryer multi-cooker

Star rating: 4.5/5

With a single lid and 15 pre-set functions this model of multi-cooker leaves behind many of the difficult eccentricities of older models. The result is a versatile and yet streamlined appliance which performed well on test. We used the sear function for the vegetables and meat for our beef stew before using the slow cooking function, which produced a rich stew with nicely rendered fat.


Ninja Woodfire electric BBQ grill and smoker OG701UK

Ninja Woodfire Electric BBQ Grill Smoker OG701UK product image with badge

Star rating: 5/5

This barbecue from Ninja is a great example of its innovative technology. It's powered by electricity, but has an integrated smoker box that burns wood pellets to add a smoky flavour to food – without using charcoal, gas or open flames. If it's versatility that you're after, this machine is sure to impress with seven functions that include grill, air-fry, roast, bake, dehydrate, reheat and smoke. Temperatures can reach up to 260C and there's also an in-built timer and non-slip feet to keep it steady.


Ninja Woodfire electric outdoor oven OO101UK

Ninja Woodfire Electric Outdoor Oven OO101UK

Star rating: 4/5

While different from many pizza ovens we've tested, this is a versatile model with features for barbecuing and smoking as well as cooking pizzas. Although a little boxy in design the pizza oven is well built, with an attractive and easy to use control panel. There are six different pizza settings on offer: artisan, thin, pan, New York, frozen, and custom. Since the oven is entirely electric, it lacks the open flame which usually gives leopard spotting to a pizza crust so our pizzas were a little pale, but they still tasted great.


How to use a Ninja air-fryer

Air-fryers have certainly been the 'it' kitchen appliance of the last year. But with so much discussion around them, do you really need one?

Air-fryers work by circulating hot air to give foods a 'fried' finish but with a fraction of the amount of oil used for deep fat frying. They have excellent energy efficiency credentials, plus are great if you live in a smaller household and want to cook without turning on the oven.

If you're after versatility, an air-fryer could also be a really good option. After a quick three minutes of pre-heating, Ninja's air-fryers can reheat, bake, dehydrate, max crisp and roast. The pre-sets available will vary depending which model of air-fryer you choose, but you can use your air-fryer to cook everything from halloumi fries to brownies.

For more inspiration, check out our comprehensive guide to the best Ninja air-fryers.


How to get a good deal on Ninja products

Ninja is one of the biggest brands when it comes to small kitchen appliances, and it releases new products on a regular basis. So whether it's a blender, food processor, air-fryer or a different appliance you've got your eye on, you're more likely to find a good saving on a slightly older model, as the latest releases are rarely included in sales periods.

Other important factors to consider when looking for a good deal include precisely how you'd like to use the appliance. Some work well for one specific function, while others have been made with versatility in mind and can complete a number of functions to a high quality. However, buying a 'versatile' appliance is only going to give you true value for money if you regularly use all of its functions, especially as these are the appliances which tend to have a higher cost attached to them.


How do we select deals?

Our expert reviews team have years of experience working the biggest annual sales events to find the best deals. Throughout the year, we test and review dozens of products across different categories, and look to find deals on appliances we found impressive during testing.

There are a number of different things we look out for when selecting deals, like how much money the deal is saving and how much this is as a percentage of the original price — the best deals tend to be from 20 per cent off and upwards.

Another important factor is the retailer where the deal is being listed. We advise that you only buy from retailers which your recognise and trust. Remember, if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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