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Kohl's Cardholders: Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker + $30 Kohl's Cash EXPIRED

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Kohl's has for Cardholders: Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker + $30 Kohl's Cash for $249.99 - $75 w/ promo code MITTENS30 = $174.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks Ms.Calculated
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UPDATE-Price is now $181.99 & Kohl's Cash has ended. Looks like more stores in my area have them in stock and there's a $5 Kohl's Cash offer if you do store pick-up. MITTENS30 is still good.

https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...eb-regular

One of the hottest and hard to get products (and highly rated) but Kohl's currently has it in stock. Free Shipping: (FREEMVCJAN) I'm taking the chance and ordered it with the 30%, but, if history repeats itself, there may be a Mystery Coupon on the 27th so if you're lucky you may get 40% off if it's still in stock. Reviews are solid.
PRODUCT DETAILS
With The Ninja Foodi, The Pressure Cooker That Crisps with TenderCrisp Technology, you can pressure cook to lock in juices, then finish with a crisp using the crisping lid.
Programmable Pressure Cooker, Air Fryer, Multi Cooker, Dehydrator, Slow Cooker w/TenderCrisp Technology

PRODUCT FEATURES

TenderCrisp Technology allows you to quickly cook ingredients, then the Crisping Lid gives your meals a crispy, golden finish
Pressure cook up to 70% faster versus traditional cooking methods (versus slow-cooked, braised or low-simmer recipes)
Air fry with up to 75% less fat than traditional frying methods (tested against hand-cut, deep-fried french fries)
Evenly cook frozen food from the inside out, starting with pressure cooking and finishing off with a crisping method of your choice
6.5-Quart Ceramic-Coated Pot is nonstick, PTFE/PFOA-free and easy to clean
4-Quart Cook & Crisp Basket holds up to a 5-lb. chicken or 2 lbs. of french fries to feed your whole family
14 Levels of Safety: Passed rigorous testing to earn UL safety certification
WHAT'S INCLUDED

45+ Recipe Book
1400-watt unit
Pressure lid
Crisping lid
6.5-qt. ceramic-coated pot
Stainless steel reversible steam/broil rack
4-qt. ceramic-coated Cook & Crisp Basket
PRODUCT CARE

Dishwasher safe
Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
For warranty information please click here
PRODUCT DETAILS

6.5-qt. capacity
13.1"H x 16.75"W x 4.25"D
Product weight: 24.9 lbs.
1400 watts
Model no. OP302
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My wife and I got one on BF from her grandparents for about $200. We use it at least 5 times a week if not more. This thing has literally reinvented cooking at home. You can cook anything and have it come out amazing.

Its has a normal bake, broil, air fry/ crisp, pressure cooker all in one and you can cook multiple items at once depending on what they are (IE chicken on the rack with rice in the bottom, veggies as well if started after chicken).

Making anything in the Foodi is faster than traditional methods as it only needs 5 minutes at most for preheating.

Literally any fried food leftovers or frozen fried food comes out restaurant quality. Steaks can be done to medium perfection with charred outside. Roasted veggies are delicious.
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much more functional than IP since has air fry, broil and bake functions. the main thing this has over an IP is that you can pressure cook a frozen chicken for example and then crisp it with the air fry feature vs with IP you need to crisp it up in the oven unless you like soggy chicken skin. that's only one example though. nice product.
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Is this actually useful? Looks like an overengineered and overpriced instant pot.
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Great deal. Love my foodi. Ended up getting mine for $130 from Sam's during the one day event... But that sold out online within 1 minute. This is the next best price I've seen.
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how often do you guys use the Kohl's charge card? I don't feel like I use it that much to apply for one.

the standard 20% off code is KEEPCOOL for purchases over $100.
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Great deal. Love my foodi. Ended up getting mine for $130 from Sam's during the one day event... But that sold out online within 1 minute. This is the next best price I've seen.
That deal was a fast mover! People were upset they didn't get theirs and then couldn't get one anywhere. I'm hoping for a 40%, and maybe Kohl's will price adjust for me. Glad to hear you like it!
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how often do you guys use the Kohl's charge card? I don't feel like I use it that much to apply for one.

the standard 20% off code is KEEPCOOL for purchases over $100.
I use mine a lot, so for me, it's worth it. I thought I saw if you apply for a card you get 35% off.
I know you're not supposed to figure in Kohl's Cash but now I have another $30 to spend on something else Smilie
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I use mine a lot, so for me, it's worth it. I thought I saw if you apply for a card you get 35% off.
I know you're not supposed to figure in Kohl's Cash but now I have another $30 to spend on something else Smilie
Yes that is very tempting to apply for it.

Last question about the card: Any annual fee? I'm navigating through that right now and haven't seen that detail yet. [edit] found it. $0
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looks like something from a sales infomercial.
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Yes that is very tempting to apply for it.

Last question about the card: Any annual fee? I'm navigating through that right now and haven't seen that detail yet. [edit] found it. $0
Not that I've ever paid.
I was just reading mail from Kohl's this morning that if you pay 1/3 of the amount you owe a month or $50 (whichever is greater) you can avoid paying interest. Not sure if that's on new accounts but it's something to look into if you carry a balance.
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Is this actually useful? Looks like an overengineered and overpriced instant pot.
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N/A anymore 😑
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Is this actually useful? Looks like an overengineered and overpriced instant pot.
My wife and I got one on BF from her grandparents for about $200. We use it at least 5 times a week if not more. This thing has literally reinvented cooking at home. You can cook anything and have it come out amazing.

Its has a normal bake, broil, air fry/ crisp, pressure cooker all in one and you can cook multiple items at once depending on what they are (IE chicken on the rack with rice in the bottom, veggies as well if started after chicken).

Making anything in the Foodi is faster than traditional methods as it only needs 5 minutes at most for preheating.

Literally any fried food leftovers or frozen fried food comes out restaurant quality. Steaks can be done to medium perfection with charred outside. Roasted veggies are delicious.
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Is this actually useful? Looks like an overengineered and overpriced instant pot.
much more functional than IP since has air fry, broil and bake functions. the main thing this has over an IP is that you can pressure cook a frozen chicken for example and then crisp it with the air fry feature vs with IP you need to crisp it up in the oven unless you like soggy chicken skin. that's only one example though. nice product.
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much more functional than IP since has air fry, broil and bake functions. the main thing this has over an IP is that you can pressure cook a frozen chicken for example and then crisp it with the air fry feature vs with IP you need to crisp it up in the oven unless you like soggy chicken skin. that's only one example though. nice product.
It also is a dehydrator. Has anyone used that function before? My main reason for wanting this (besides everyone loving it) is I have an air fryer and Instant Pot which take up too much counterspace. I use the air fryer so often so I'm looking to streamline things plus have the ability to make dried apples and other fruit.

If it looks out of stock online, keep checking back. I've learned things go in and out of stock on Kohl's website often.
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I bought the same one for about the same price last year. I believe there are several bundles that w/ different things in it.

It's my second pressure cooker (I think everyone should have at least two pressure cookers). It'd be perfect if they also sell a stainless steel bowl and if the fryer is detachable. It's huge and take plenty of space, but I don't mind that.

However, I do use my stainless steel pressure cooker more because I don't worry as much about damaging nonstick pans. I also use a separate air fryer that I got for $30 because it's cheap (I don't really worry about damaging it) and more convenient w/ the handle and having less parts to clean (there are 4 extra parts that attach to the bowl of foodi frying basket that also have to be cleaned. No big deal, just slight extra work)).

It's probably particularly great if you want to do par cooking and then air frying right after.
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