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Best Air Fryer Deals: Up to $110 in Savings on Big Name Brands

There are tons of great air fryers out there, and we've found some great deals on some of the best.

David Watsky Senior Editor / Home and Kitchen
David lives in Brooklyn where he's spent more than a decade covering all things edible, including meal kit services, food subscriptions, kitchen tools and cooking tips. Before, during and after earning his BA from Northeastern, he toiled in nearly every aspect of the food business, including as a line cook in Rhode Island where he once made a steak sandwich for Lamar Odom. Right now he's likely somewhere stress-testing a blender or tinkering with a toaster. Anything with sesame is his all-time favorite food this week.
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$50 at Best Buy
Bella Pro Series 4.2-quart Digital Air Fryer: $50
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$70 at Best Buy
Bella Pro Series 9-quart Digital Air Fryer with Dual Flex Basket: $70
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$80 at Best Buy
Bella Pro Series 10.5-quart 5-in-1 Indoor Grill and Air Fryer: $80
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$100 at Amazon
The Ninja Ninja 4-quart air fryer is displayed against a green background.
Ninja 4-quart air fryer: $100
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$154 at Amazon
Instant Pot Duo Crisp: $154
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$150 at Amazon
Ninja foodi air fryer oven
Ninja Foodi air fryer and toaster: $150
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$330 at Amazon
Ninja Foodi Smart XL Pro: $330
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An air fryer can be an excellent option for people who don't want to deal with traditional frying, and it's better for your health as well. Not only is it healthier than deep frying, but air fryers are also a lot more versatile and easier to use and clean. And there are just so many to choose from there's a model for every need and every budget.

If you haven't tried one yet or you just need to upgrade from the one you currently own, you can check out our roundup of air fryer models we've tested and see breakdowns of the best air fryers on the market right now. But before you buy, make sure to check back here where we've collected the best deals on some of the most popular air fryers around.

Read more: Air Fryers Explained: Everything You Need to Know Before You Buy

What does an air fryer do?

Air fryer ovens make crispy snacks that taste like they've been fried, but with no actual frying involved. Instead, air fryers use superhot, fast-circulating air to replicate the effects of oil-frying but with none of the unwanted calories and fat. I love mine and use it nearly every day. For me, the only thing better than an air fryer is a cheap air fryer, and that's exactly what you'll find in the deals outlined below.

What are the different types of air fryers?

When choosing an air fryer, you have one big decision to make: Certain models only air-fry, and they're generally cheaper but you will be limited in what you can do. Then there are larger hybrid countertop convection ovens with an air-fry function. With this type, you can generally bake, broil, toast, reheat, defrost and warm in addition to air-frying -- although sometimes the air fryer function is not quite as strong as a dedicated air fryer. Both versions are great and it really comes down to what you plan to cook, the counter space you can give up and how much you want to spend.

How much should an air fryer cost?

This all depends on how fancy you want to get. But the good news is you won't have to spend much if you don't want to, especially if you snap up one of these air fryer deals. Basic single-function air fryers from generic brands start at around $30 and I've found they work well, even if they lack some of the features that the more expensive ovens have. There are also hybrid ovens that are more like countertop toaster ovens but with air fryer functions. Those range from $120 to $300, but with these 2023 air fryer deals, you can nab one for less.

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Best deals on air fryers right now


If you're not convinced about air frying and want to give it a shot without spending a ton of money, this Bella Pro Series is a great starting point. It has a reasonably big capacity for the price, a digital display, and can reach a top temperature of 400 Fahrenheit.

Bella Housewares

Dual-compartment air fryers are great because they let you cook more than one thing at a time. That makes cooking faster overall, plus you don't have to worry about food getting cold as you air fry something else.

Belle Housewares

While air frying is great, if you want something that has a little bit of versatility, this Bella Pro Series can also do some grilling. It even comes with a window so you can keep an eye on whatever you're preparing.

Size 4 quartsWattage 1,550Controls DigitalCooking modes Air fry, roast, reheat, dehydratePrice $120

This handy 4-quart air fryer earned the top spot on our roundup of the best air fryers of 2023 because its design is easy to use and it has the features most people will want and need. It allows you to air fry, roast, reheat and dehydrate up to four quarts of food at a time. Right now it's on sale for $100 at Best Buy. 

Read our Ninja Air Fryer review.

This Instant Pot pressure cooker and slow cooker doubles as an air fryer when you pop on the special lid. It also has tons of other cooking functions, including roast, bake, steam and more, so you're getting even more bang for your buck. 

Power 1,800 wattsControls DigitalFunctions Air fry, bake, broil, pizza, toastDimensions 8”H 15.3”W 10.2”DPrice $200

This is another Ninja air fryer we've tested and really like. The hybrid toaster oven and air fryer is incredibly powerful, but also features more precise cooking modes for baking cookies, roasting chicken and other recipes.


This extra-large Ninja Foodi is great for a lot more than just air frying. It can also be used as an indoor grill or flattop griddle, and has functions for roasting, baking, broiling and dehydrating. It even has a built-in meat thermometer to take the guesswork out of cooking.