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NutriBullet Pro 900 Series 15 piece set- Bed Bath & Beyond - $120.00 with Unlimited in-store return policy

echavda 181 45 January 30, 2014 at 11:26 PM in Home & Home Improvement (5)
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The NutriBullet Pro 900 series normally retails around 179$, Beth Bath and Beyond has it for $149.99

Sign up for for offers with your valid e-mail address and in about 2 hours they will e-mail you 20% off coupon. Once applied to the NutriBullet 900 this will bring the price down to $120, you get Free shipping as well on Orders over $99.00

The Best part is that Bed Bath & Beyond doesn't have limited return policy, so even if you use it 6 months and you are not happy with it, they will take it right back no questions asked.
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Darn, I only got an in store coupon for 20% unless I am able to take the twenty digit number under the bar-code and use that on-line?

EDIT, I just noticed this text, "First-time subscribers get a 20% OFF one single item mobile offer for in-store or online use on a future purchase. Text OFFER1 to 239663."
I think that will get me the 20% off online so I can order one and have it shipped without having to go out in the nasty weather we're experiencing here!

Thanks OP!
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Last edited by WhatALooker January 31, 2014 at 12:29 AM
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I actually looked for a good price on the NutriBullet 900 Pro for quite a while now. One option was Kohl's. They had it reduced from $179 to $159 and I had the 20% off coupon, so I went to 3 different stores and they were all sold out of it. Sold out of it online as well, so I researched some more. Bed Bath & Beyond just got it in store today, and the online price is a new price.
When I checked store availability, I found it available in several stores so off to the store I went.
I looked everywhere for it in the store and I couldn't find it anywhere, so I asked the store clerk for help. All the NutriBullets 900 Pro's were still in the stock room lol.

Anyway, in the mean while, I signed up for the e-mail offers and I started waiting for that e-mail. I browsed the store for about an hour while periodically checking my email but as it said on the initial confirmation e-mail, it could be couple of hours before I receive the email with the code.

My little one was getting cranky, so I went to check out and explained that I was waiting for a discount code but I would have to come back because of my little cranky kid.
The girls were very nice in the store. They gave me the 20% off anyway and rounded the amount off, so I ended up paying $119 for the Nutribullet 900 Pro. Not a bad price.

What I liked most is when I asked what their return policy was...and the girl said, " There is no return time limit, you can return it back anytime if you are not happy with the item ." I couldn't be more happier when I heard that. Prior to that, I never really have checked what that particular store return policy is, but it was definitely a pleasant surprise.

I have been hesitating to buy this for a while now, one thing that stopped me was the numerous negative reviews on people having to deal directly with the company and getting replacement parts or returning the item, so you can imagine I was very happy that I got it from Bed Bath & Beyond at this point.
If something breaks or if I end up not liking it - I just have to deal with the store not with the manufacturer.

Last but not least, I used it right away and made a green juice, using celery, cucumbers, spinach, green apples and it turned out pretty good.

I have the Ninja juicer, so I am going to try that tomorrow and see what the difference is using the same ingredients for a smoothie in both juicers.

In addition I recently purchase the Cuisinart CJE 1000 Watt 5 speed juice extractor - a refurbished item, but I got it for 49$ down from 220$ normally, it was somewhere in the slickdeals last week. I haven't received it yet, but when I do - I will be comparing all 3 juicers and I would be more than happy to share my experience.

With all this said - I am not 100% sure I will be keeping the Nutribullet 900 Pro but for now I like it, it doesn't take much space either and it was very easy to use, but if the Cusinart turns out to juice better, then its a no brainier that for 50$ I will chose to keep it.

Thanks for the code Outta TPagain, I am sure its better to use this than waiting for that e-mailSmilie
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Last edited by echavda January 31, 2014 at 01:32 AM
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