Macy’s: T-fal Actifry Multi-Cooker Only $120 Shipped (Reg. $250) + Earn $20 Macy’s Money

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Cook all your favorite fried food with only a tablespoon or less of oil!

Both Macy’s.com and Amazon.com are offering up this T-fal Actifry Multi-Cooker for just $119.93 shipped (regularly $249.99). Even better, if you purchase from Macy’s.com, you’ll get $20 in Macy’s Money which you’ll then be able to redeem from May 31st – June 7th.

Prepare healthier fried foods and other favorites at home with the T-fal ActiFry low-fat fryer and multi-cooker. Using just a tablespoon or less of oil, the machine cooks to perfection a variety of menu items, from meats and seafoods to stir-fries, vegetables, desserts, and more.

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  1. Ni

    Does anyone have one of these? I found one on clearance around Christmas. I have not opened it and have debated taking it back. The clearance price was great, but it is sizable and it really needs to be worth it if I have to find kitchen space.

    • April

      I have one and love it for fries! I’ve also done chicken wings and they turned out great. I don’t keep mine out because it does take up a lot of room. I received it as a gift -with that being said I probably would not pay that much for it.

    • Kris

      What was the clearance price? Just wondering how low these go for.

      • Ni

        I think that someone made a mistake with the clearance price. I got it for $29.?? at Bed, Bath. The sticker said that the original price was $99.?? (making a $29 clearance somewhat understandable), but their website says that it’s $199. This was Nov – Dec and different stores had sales on taller, less wide air fryers (like I wanted) from other makers that were going for about $39 – $49.

        • Erin

          These used to be $199 at Bed Bath and Beyond. That’s where my husband bought mine. For $30, I’d totally keep it. I don’t use mine as much as I should, mostly because I don’t think of it because I keep it put away. I’ve made fries and wings, which turn out reasonably well for not being fried. I’ve made some of the entrees in the book, which were good, but the portions were small for a family of four, so I don’t find it terribly useful for main courses. I’ve done baby carrots with srichacha, which is awesome. I’m going to have to try deviled cauliflower, which I make in the oven all the time.

        • Kris

          Wow that’s awesome!

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