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Cuisinart 21oz Mini-Prep Food Processor + $10 Target Gift Card EXPIRED

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Target has Cuisinart 21oz Stainless Steel 300-Watt Mini-Prep Food Processor (DLC-1SS) + $10 Target eGift Card on sale for $23.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Otherwise, Shipping is free on $35+ orders or when paying w/ your Target REDCard (details). Thanks The_Deal_R

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Just found this great deal. Buy a Cuisinart Mini Prep Food Processor for $23.99 from Target, and you'll receive a $10 Target GC, making the food processor basically $13.99. Grab it while you can. Deal expires on 2/3/18. Select in-store pick up or place an online order of $35 or more for free shipping.

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Costco has a 4 cup Cuisinart food processor for $19.99 right now
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I'm tempted to get this but I already have the full-size model with brand new blades I got from the Cuisinart food prep blade recall but this is way more convenient to store in the kitchen than having to carry my current one from the pantry.

Would be perfect for making quick Mexican tortilla chip snacks like salsa/guac/pico.

Edit: added link to blade recall form, if you currently have a full-size Cuisinart food processor and the blades are attached to the center mass with rivets fill out the form to receive free replacements blades.

Cuisinart Blade Recall Form [cuisinart.com]
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Costco has a 4 cup Cuisinart food processor for $19.99 right now
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I was thinking of getting the NutriBullet 1500 watt one for $125 that had the mini food processor included
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Costco has a 4 cup Cuisinart food processor for $19.99 right now
Do you have additional info on that for comparison?
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https://m.costco.com/Cuisinart-4-...eaKx%2Fu33
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In for 1. Thanks op and rep 😊
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Costco has a 4 cup Cuisinart food processor for $19.99 right now
That's $6 more than this deal though. This deal comes with a $10 GC.
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Thank you. I've been in the market for one and like the Cuisinart blender we currently own. Paid net price of $25.15 shipped to the store including 8% NYS tax and 5% RED card discount - $10 Gift Card = $15.15 net cost.
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Would there be any reason to get this over the Costco one? I feel like because this one is smaller it might be easier to make sauces, like garlic or pesto. But at the same time I already have a blendtec blender but in order for it to work well you need to make large batches. Any thoughts on this one vs the Costco one?
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Would there be any reason to get this over the Costco one? I feel like because this one is smaller it might be easier to make sauces, like garlic or pesto. But at the same time I already have a blendtec blender but in order for it to work well you need to make large batches. Any thoughts on this one vs the Costco one?
To me, it's a personal preference, but I would also check out the reviews to get better ideas about each before you decide. The Costco one doesn't have a very good review, it seems.
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Thanks OP - in for 1. I've needed something smaller than the regular food processor and I've been using an old magic bullet that's on its last legs.
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