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Amazon: Black & Decker Juice Extractor with Custom Juice Cup Only $24.97

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Wow! If you are in the market for a juicer, you’ll definitely want to check out this awesome Amazon price drop. You can score this Black & Decker JE2200B 400-Watt Fruit and Vegetable Juice Extractor with Custom Juice Cup for only $24.97, which is 38% off the regular price of $39.99! Seems like a great price for a juicer. And, score FREE 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime or FREE standard shipping on $25+ orders with Super Saver Shipping.

Product Features:
400 watts of power plus a stainless steel cutter and strainer
Large, integrated pulp container reduces space taken on counter
Custom juice cup makes measuring, pouring and serving easy
Dishwasher-safe parts make cleanup a breeze
Measures 13 by 9 by 9-inch; 2-year limited warranty

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  • Tricia says:

    I just received this same juicer from my best friend for Christmas. We tested it out and made carrot juice yesterday! I love it! Easier to use and works great :)

  • jamie says:

    off topic, but I just realized I have a free wall calendar from shutterfly code ($21.99 value) that expires tomorrow if anyone wants it!

  • Jennifer C says:

    I got this for my dad for Father’s Day. He really enjoys it.

  • Melissa says:

    YAY!! Just bought one for the Hubs..THANK YOU!

  • CO Mama says:

    Awesome juicer, super easy to use & clean. Only bummer is I bought it for $10 more : ( highly reccomend! Wouldn’t it be awesome if Amazon offered refunds if you purchase something from them & the the price drops within a certain number of days & you catch it…? Only thing their Customer Service does not have going for them.

  • Queenmum says:

    Thank you so much. This is the one thing I wanted for Christmas and did not get :)

  • Joanna says:

    Anyone have any ideas for a filler item to get free shipping? TIA.

  • Rame1090 says:

    Today this juicer is for $19.99 at Macy’s

  • Juice Fast says:

    We bought the 800 watt one and I think they are terrible. The thing is super hard to get entirely clean and if you don’t wash it well, you end up with a horrid smell and mold growing in very inconspicuous places. The 800 watt one still leaves chunks of food in the receptacle and it’s very wet. A good juicer gets the pulp almost entirely dry. Also, you can’t push the fruit down to make sure it’s getting pressure to juice it because once you push it so far, the blades fling the fruit out the back so you end up with more chunks and wet pulp. Very disappointed and wasted a lot of fruits and veggies. We took ours back and are waiting to get one that’s not so cheap. The guy who is known as the juice master did a bunch of tests on different ones and the high end ones are more expensive but have good warranties and you end up with almost entirely dried out pulp so no waste–because fruit and veggies are expensive especially if you want to buy out of season!

    • Jo says:

      Which brands or styles were recommended by the juice master? I just got this one for Christmas so we only used it once. Not having anything to compare it to it seemed fine so far. If we decide we don’t like it though I would like some ideas on others to consider. Thanks in advance!

    • Jessie says:

      I actually had a higher-end juicer that I ended up taking back because of a part that started rattling inside the motor when I would pick up the machine to put it away. I was afraid that it would go out on me completely. I did some searching for some other juciers and came across this exact one at Wal-Mart for $25.00 and it works great for me.

      I think it all depends on how much juicing you’re wanting to do. Also keep in mind that wattage also depends on how much it can juice at one time for you. The size of the fruit or veggie piece you try to stuff in there affects it’s juice output. If you take your time with it and put smaller pieces in it, it will juice out perfectly.

      To help with cleaning, since there are many small parts to any juicer, I make a sinkful of hot soapy water and stick the parts in it right after I am done jucing. This way it is able to soak and pulp doesn’t get stuck, making it easier to clean. I also let all the parts air dry before putting it away.

      I guess al I am trying to say is just because it’s higher-end or more expensive doesn’t mean it will work better.

  • mila says:

    YES it is 19.99 at macys THANK YOU I’ll get it from there perfect gift for my hubby he has been asking me for a juicer

  • Monica says:

    I have this one! I love it!

  • Dawn says:

    This is off topic, but I’m hoping someone can give me some advice. I just got my mail and the post office returned 7 Kohl’s rebates worth $70 because I put 2 stamps on it and it was 2.50 oz not 2 oz. They didn’t even post mark it on the 23rd when I mailed it so how in the world am I going to put 20 cents on this envelope and remail it and get my rebates or am I just out $70?? The postmark deadline was the 23rd. i stayed up until 2am getting those rebated together and mailed on time. My blood is boiling right now, I am so angry. I never would’ve bought 7 appliances without getting the $70 in rebates.

    • fran says:

      Dawn, Try calling Kohl’s and explain what happened. Maybe they would still be willing to accept them. Good luck! ;)

      • Dawn says:

        Fran, I’ll call them tomorrow. I guess if they won’t accept my rebates I could take the ones back that I haven’t opened and get a refund. I’ll stick the UPC codes back on the boxes, but what about the Kohls cash I got and already spent, will they take that back from me too from the refund amount?

        • fran says:

          Gee, Dawn, I wish I could help you, but don’t know about Kohl’s cash. I really don’t shop at Kohl’s much. Don’t jump the gun, wait until tomorrow to see if they are willing to help you.
          Maybe another Hipster can answer your question about returning items that you got Kohl’s cash. Hipsters????

        • Jo says:

          They would deduct the amount of the Kohls cash you spent if you take them back with the receipt. If you return without the receipt you will get whatever magic # amount their register tells them was the lowest price from the last X # of days. Hopefully they will still accept them from you for the rebate. Good luck.

    • shalini says:

      I once something for which I had gotten Kohl’s cash.The cashier said that if I choose to get cash back , they would deduct the Kohls cash amount, but If I chose a Kohls giftcard as pay back option then I would get the full amount. I did have my receipts with me.. HTH..

      • shalini says:

        oops.. I once returned…

        • Dawn says:

          Thanks everyone, I’ll call the Kohl’s rebate dept first and go from there. $70 is a lot to lose and over $0.20 postage!! If they had only postmarked and then returned it to me I would at least have had proof I mailed it on time.

          • cdawnt says:

            I called Kohl’s this morning and they said they extended the postmark deadline so it will all be fine. They said they are a lot more lenient on their rebates than the manufacturers. :) Kohl’s was very understanding.

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