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8-Piece NutriBullet Nutrition Blender Set + $24 SYWR Points EXPIRED

igorjrr 727 942 May 1, 2016 at 01:04 AM in Blenders (6) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 05-02-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:51 PM View Original Post
Sears.com has 8-Piece NutriBullet Nutrition Blender/Extractor Set (NBR-1201) on sale for $64.79 (automatically discounted at checkout page). Shop Your Way Members (free to join) will also receive $24 In Shop Your Way Points to use on a future purchase. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks igorjrr

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

Available SelectionIncludes
  • NutriBullet High Torque Power Base
  • 1x Extractor Blade
  • 1x Milling Blade
  • 1x Tall Cup
  • 2x Short Cups
  • 1x Handled Lip Ring
  • 1x Regular Lip Ring
  • 2x Stay Fresh Resealable Lids
  • User Manual/Cookbook/Pocket Nutritionist

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Written by Discombobulated

Must be logged into your account to redeem points w/ this NutriBullet Personal Blender. Offer must be sold by Sears. - Discombobulated

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Edited May 2, 2016 at 09:01 AM by TattyBear
Sears is having several offers (Family and Friends and others) combined with another offer of $20 back in points for NutriBullet 8-piece blender system.

You'll see $79.99 in cart, but price goes down automatically to $64.79 during checkout.

The minimum you'll get back is $20 in points. Use coupons like $10 back on $50 to increase it. Some might have a targeted coupon of $20 back on $50, bringing points back to $40 on this $64.79 purchase. Some might receive even more back.

Nobody beats this Sears offer for this NutriBullet system.

Links:
Gray: http://www.sears.com/as-seen-on-t...829798000P - OOS
Red: http://www.sears.com/nutribullet-...834673000P
Blue: http://www.sears.com/as-seen-on-t...810976000P

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#3
thanks i wound up paying $14 after using $34 in points that i had no idea what to do with and using some targeted coupons also getting back $20 in points.
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#4
Plus an extra 5% back for in-store pickup, and an extra 10% back in points for using the (awful) Sears app from May 1-3...
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#5
how is this compared with the one costco sells?
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#6
Strange, when I added the gray Nutribullet to my cart the price only goes down to $64.79. Im even signed into my account. How are you able to get the $53 price in cart?
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#7
Same with the blue one. $64.79. ??
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#8
Bought one of these about a year ago. Only lasted about a year with 5 day a week use. It's better to buy a pro model with a 900 or 1,000 watt motor in my opinion (if you will be a heavy user). For occasional use I'm sure it's fine.
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red is OOS its only cheaper one of 3
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#10
I paid $69 at checkout with $34 cashback, but now my email receipt says $87 charged to my discover?
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#11
Costco has the better model 900 series for 69.99! Pretty heavy duty one I'm impressed with it after one week!
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had $25 back in points on $60 purchase. paid $69 after tax and got $48 in points. thanks for the deal..
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Quote from Bryan483 View Post :
Bought one of these about a year ago. Only lasted about a year with 5 day a week use. It's better to buy a pro model with a 900 or 1,000 watt motor in my opinion (if you will be a heavy user). For occasional use I'm sure it's fine.
Good info, thanks.
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Quote from venkat7be View Post :
how is this compared with the one costco sells?
costco 900w is better. i have 400w. it couldnt handle frozen cranberries. tripped gfci and overheated motor.
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Quote from Bryan483 View Post :
Bought one of these about a year ago. Only lasted about a year with 5 day a week use. It's better to buy a pro model with a 900 or 1,000 watt motor in my opinion (if you will be a heavy user). For occasional use I'm sure it's fine.
thx for the info.
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