B&M shoppers rush to buy ‘brilliant’ Ninja air fryer dupe reduced from £149 to £99


B&M shoppers have been rushing to grab a Ninja air fryer dupe reduced to £99 from £149.

The discount store has slashed the price of its Tower Vortx Dual Basket Air Fryer 7.6L by £50.

B&M shoppers have been rushing to grab a Ninja air fryer dupe

Savvy shoppers have been sharing their new find across social media and online.

Posting on Facebook to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group a bargain hunter shared a photo of her new gadget.

The post was met with more than a dozen comments and 40 likes.

One shopper said: “We got This same One before Xmas and it’s fab.”

Others commented “I have this one, it’s brilliant” and “I got mine, I love it”.

Another wrote: “That’s a brilliant price.”

The same air fryer was also shared to deal-finding site HotUKDeals and gained a 200+C heat rating, meaning that others agreed it’s a bargain price.

B&M has slashed the price of the fryer from £149 to £99 and you pick it up in-store only.

If you want to save a wasted journey, you can always call ahead to see if they’ve got the model in stock.

The Tower dual air fryer has two 3.8L deep baskets and claims it can cook meals in 15 to 20 minutes with 99% less fat.

It features a digital touch panel, non-stick trays and 360-minute timer so you can set it to cook and let it work its magic.

This air fryer is a much cheaper alternative to the popular brand Ninja, which can be a bit more expensive.

A same size Ninja fryer will set you back £199.99 on the Ninja website.

As always before you commit to a purchase, you should shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

Just because B&M is selling one for £99, that doesn’t mean you can’t get it cheaper elsewhere.

You can use the Google Shopping tab to scour the internet for similar products, or use comparison sites like pricespy.co.uk.

Of course only remember it’s only a good deal if you’re in need of the item.

We looked online to see what you can get for your money.

It doesn’t appear that the exact same model is available at other retailers, however we did find some selling similar-style fryers.

We found that Very.co.uk is selling the 8L Tower model for £99 too, and Argos is selling a 9L version for £160.

Meanwhile, shoppers can’t get enough of an “stylish” air fryer that’s been slashed by nearly £100.

Plus, a Ninja air fryer dupe is on sale for less than £100 from a little-known supermarket.

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