Zulily.com: Ninja BL810 Ultima Blender Only $149.99 (Regularly $260)

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Great deal on a Ninja Blender! For the next few days (or until they sell out!), Zulily.com is offering up the Ninja BL810 Ultima Blender (choose from five different colors) for just $149.99 (reg. $260!) – be sure to shop now for the best selection. Note that shipping appears to be $7.95 per blender. These same blenders are priced at over $220 on Amazon.com with great reviews.

Not familiar with Zulily? They’re an Online Boutique that specializes in high quality products for moms, kiddos, and babies. They are a members only site and you do have to register, but it’s FREE to sign up and there are NO strings attached.

(Thanks, Heather!)

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  1. irene

    Been thinking about splurging on a Vitamix. Wondering if this is a good substitute. Does anyone have personal experience to share?

    • tef

      Im holding out for a vitamix. Black Friday is my plan . Vitamix has a 7 year warranty. That alone is worth it to me.

      • irene

        Wow, thanks for the feedback all! So, what’s your plan for Black Friday? I’ll wait to grab a deal, too!!

        • tef

          Save my cash & then buy the best deal. That’s what my sis did. That way it’s all said & done ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Marshajean77

            I have a vitamix….I bought it from QVC on their easy pay option so it was like 4 payments of $150 rather than a big chunk and no interest or shipping. We use it twice a day. My husband is paleo and makes smoothies instead of juicing so he uses the whole vegetable and vitamix pulverizes anything!!!

    • tef

      My sister said Vitamix is worth it. Her ninja sucked. That’s why im holding out.

      • Nikki

        Ninja works great for me. I actually had a Vitamix first and it broke. This works better I think.

    • Erin

      Nothing compares to a Vitamix.

      • Sarah

        Def hold out for a vitamix or BlendTec! Even the refurbished ones come with a warranty ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Jaime

      My mom bought one and wasn’t happy with it and returned it

    • Michelle

      I LOOOOVE my ninja! It works awesome and its way cheaper than the vitamix!! I got it for a great deal at Target about 2 months ago, ended up getting it for $130 (which is like 1/3 the price of the vitamix give or take, FYI) I personally would highly recommend the ninja… never used the vitamix so I cant vouch for it although I have heard its great, too… just expensive!

    • KL

      I had a Magic Bullet for my smoothies, and it was fine, but still chunky. Bought the Ninja 800 and LOVE IT!! Put in 1/2 cucumber, frozen whole strawberries and frozen chunks of pineapple…it produced a chuck-free smoothie! Great product! Im returning my Ninja 800 for the 810. Same base…but 800 only compatible with 72oz pitcher, the 810 comes with pitcher plus a couple of individual cups. $149 for the 810 is an amazing deal!!

  2. shalini

    Does anyone have an experience with this blender? Is it good for veg smoothies?TIA

    • Emily

      I love my ninja blender and think it can blend anything I throw at it! I do think at Kohl’s, you can get a better deal! I got the blender, batter bowl and two individual cups for about this price after coupons and cash back.

      • shalini

        Thank you Emily.. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Ashley

    Is this similar to Costco’s every day price? I have been looking into these, but I’d prefer to get it at Costco in case there are any issues. They have a fab warranty program.

    • Suzyq

      Costco had it on coupon last month for $119 but not sure what the everyday price is

  4. Michelle

    I bought this blender when it was on sale at target and I love it. I use it almost everyday to make smoothies.
    It is easy to use and to clean. It comes with a 2 year warranty.
    there are videos on YouTube that compare vitamix and Ninja blender.

    • Pharmchick

      My SIL has this and tbh I didn’t like it at all.

  5. Jamie

    This is around the same price as what is at costco, but the costco bundle includes the personalized blender and dough/bread blender.

  6. Yessenia

    Is this product kinda like a Nutri Bullet?

  7. vergin

    is there any different motors and sizes of vitamix, because ninja, there is couple different motors.
    if it is which one is best.

  8. sj

    Curious what people prefer between Vitamix and Blendtec?

  9. Lynette

    Hi Ladies! I highly recommend the Vitamix. I had been bugging my husband to get me one…and I just received one for our anniversary ๐Ÿ™‚ It is AMAZING! To save money, we bought the certified refurbished standard package (7 year warranty). One can get free shipping by using a bunch of online codes on different websites.

  10. Meg

    Anyone regularly make but butter at home? what blender do you suggest for it?

    • Meg

      *nut butter. ah fat fingers.

    • Bee

      Vitamix! All the way! I make almond butter all the time. Set it on its lowest setting (otherwise if you put it on the “high” setting the nuts will be flung to the sides of the container by the centrifugal force and you’ll have to keep scraping them off), and just let it go for a few minutes. As long as you keep it on low, the Vitamix will just do its thing! Perfect almond butter every time! ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Bee

    So for those who want to know how the Vitamix compares to a Ninja – I have had BOTH a Ninja and a Vitamix over the past few years and I have also used a friend’s BlendTec. I’m just going to start off by saying that the difference between a Vitamix and BlendTec’s performance is so minimal, that it just comes down to personal preference in regards to minor details – they are both WONDERFUL blenders! Anyhow, as far as the Ninja, it just doesn’t cut the mustard for me. I make LOTS of veggie/fruit smoothies (aka green smoothies), and the Ninja just never gave me that creamy “smoothie” consistency. For instance, a smoothie I regularly make consists of 1 banana, strawberries, mango chunks, 1 carrot, spinach, 1 stalk of celery, coconut oil, and coconut milk – The Ninja would ALWAYS leave gritty chunks of carrots and celery in my smoothie no matter how long I let the blender run. Same thing would happen if I would make a banana-almond smoothie – the Ninja just could not pulverize the almonds any smaller than a grain of rice. Now I don’t know about you, but if I’m having to chew my smoothie in the morning, I think its time for a new blender! Enter Vitamix! It really doesn’t matter what I throw in there – almonds, chia seeds, ice, bananas, and coconut milk – or – apples, carrots, celery, spinach, and strawberries – I know I’m truly going to get a smooth smoothie with the Vitamix. BUT, having said that, the Ninja did fine when I made smoothies using soft fruits such as berries, bananas, peaches, etc. And it also was amazing for pureeing COOKED vegetables (I made baby food all the time). So if you are a “fruit smoothie” person, or you need to puree cooked veggies, then maybe the Ninja is the way to go. As for me, I’m a Vitamix girl. Anyway, that’s my 2 cents. ๐Ÿ™‚

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