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QVC has Vitamix 7500 Blender w/ 32oz Dry-Grains Container on sale for $399.96. Shipping is free. Thanks marinacal

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I'm posting this because Costco has the same Vitamix on sale and if you don't want the To-Go cups, this is a better deal.

This is probably only for you, if you want the dry container.

QVC will be demonstrating the Vitamix 7500 on Sunday. It will be on sale through Sunday.

This is for the 7500 (64 ounces) and the dry container (32 ounces).

The regular price on QVC is $484.00. The sale price is $399.96.

Eight colors are available.

Costco has the 7500 + dry container + 2 (20 ounce) To-Go cups for:
$599.99 - $60.00 - $25.00 (coupon) = $514.99

November 17-23, 2017

I don't think I need the To-Go cups!

This is the lowest price I can find for the Vitamix 7500.

If someone knows a lower price, please post!

http://www.qvc.com/Vitamix-7500-6...l?sc=SRCHm
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780 was a refurbished. Also except the touch button interface there isn't any difference between 7500 & 7800.

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bad deal, the 780 was just $100 less and QVC is for senior citizens on the verge of death
780 was a refurbished. Also except the touch button interface there isn't any difference between 7500 & 7800.

I don't care who shops at a certain store as long as it's a slickdeal.
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780 was a refurbished. Also except the touch button interface there isn't any difference between 7500 & 7800.

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I am not sure if it makes a difference to any one, 780 has 5 program while 7500 has no programs.
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You think a slicker deal will come up Black Friday?
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excellent deal...including a $140 32oz dry container. together these will costs around $675 at vitamix website. i have the 780 but the 5 programs are really unnecessary once you grasp the concept and become a pro at it.
this is new so it has 7 years warranty instead of 5 year refurbish 780.
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This is tempting but there are so many models - and they all seem to do something the other doesn't-too confusing! I did buy the 3500 for my daughter for her bridal shower and she's loving it.
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This is tempting but there are so many models - and they all seem to do something the other doesn't-too confusing! I did buy the 3500 for my daughter for her bridal shower and she's loving it.
Go for it. I highly recommend it.
A3500, 7500, pro 750, 780 all share the new next gen 2.2hp motor. And the containers are low profile 64oz, the blades are 4inch...identical. Except the A3500 has clear top lid vs black rubber lid on the 7500, 750, and 780.
The only bad part is that you cannot share containers with your daughter since the A3500 uses smart container with NFC technologies.
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Go for it. I highly recommend it.
A3500, 7500, pro 750, 780 all share the new next gen 2.2hp motor. And the containers are low profile 64oz, the blades are 4inch...identical. Except the A3500 has clear top lid vs black rubber lid on the 7500, 750, and 780.
The only bad part is that you cannot share containers with your daughter since the A3500 uses smart container with NFC technologies.
Right, I believe that is the only one that you can use the personal containers with too. I use my Nutribullet every day so I think I would like that feature. Best price I found it at was Williams Sonoma, had to open a charge account to get the 20% off but I got her the 'to go' cups with the money I saved.
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excellent deal...including a $140 32oz dry container. together these will costs around $675 at vitamix website. i have the 780 but the 5 programs are really unnecessary once you grasp the concept and become a pro at it.
this is new so it has 7 years warranty instead of 5 year refurbish 780.
Thanks for your input, pushed me to make the purchase. My girlfriend has been begging for a Vitamix for Christmas, and I'm sure she'll get a lot of use out of the dry container as well, so seems like a good deal. Tax hurt, but the 5% Discover CB helped a bit.
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The 5300 is $260 on Amazon right now. I think I'm going to go with that, or wait a few more weeks.
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I was wondering if this would get posted I watched the whole ITKWD this looked like one of the better Vitamix deals but I still couldn't get myself to pay that much for a blender. I bought a Wolfgang Puck last year and have been real happy with it.
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the marketing team for these are great. if you cannot be the cheapest of something, might as well be the most expensive.

this is a high performing blender, but one will never get $300 of value out of it over a $100 blender. this coming from somebody who owns a vitamix. dont get me wrong, i love it. but i also have a $100 blender that I end up using more because it is quieter. it blends just as well. if you made a smoothie with either and blindfolded me i could not tell any significant difference.

if you are just making smoothies, then you do not need a $400 blender. if you are making peanut butter, then i guess you could buy a $400 blender and $10 worth of nuts each batch you want to make, or just buy some nut butter at the store for $5. even places like whole foods you can grind your own nut butter for about the cost of the nuts them self.

the only way i could see justifying the price is if psychologically you need to spend the money to encourage you to adopt a healthier lifestyle. i.e. spending $400 on a blend makes you feel the need to use it and drink smoothies instead of eating junk food.

they have done studies too where they tell people something is organic and the other is not organic, or this was fresh squeezed and the other was in a container. every study the people picked the organic and "fresh", but in the end they revealed they were both exactly the same non-organic non "fresh". psychology is a big driving factor in the health product market.
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I respectfully disagree with this. I have a 7500 and for the first few months used my regular blender to compare side by side to see if I could tell a difference. I now exclusively use my VM for soup, smoothies, chopping, baby food, etc. I see a huge difference in the textures that the VM produces as opposed to my old blender. There really isn't even a good comparison


Plus,the VM will clean itself so I never actually wash it. I just rinse the sudsy water and use it for my other dishes.

I paid more than this deal 2.5 years ago and it didn't come with the dry container. This is a great deal.

As far as quieter,do you have this version? Mine isn't bad at all. I know some of the older version are noisy. I love my vitamix
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the marketing team for these are great. if you cannot be the cheapest of something, might as well be the most expensive.

this is a high performing blender, but one will never get $300 of value out of it over a $100 blender. this coming from somebody who owns a vitamix. dont get me wrong, i love it. but i also have a $100 blender that I end up using more because it is quieter. it blends just as well. if you made a smoothie with either and blindfolded me i could not tell any significant difference.

if you are just making smoothies, then you do not need a $400 blender. if you are making peanut butter, then i guess you could buy a $400 blender and $10 worth of nuts each batch you want to make, or just buy some nut butter at the store for $5. even places like whole foods you can grind your own nut butter for about the cost of the nuts them self.

the only way i could see justifying the price is if psychologically you need to spend the money to encourage you to adopt a healthier lifestyle. i.e. spending $400 on a blend makes you feel the need to use it and drink smoothies instead of eating junk food.
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