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Nutribullet Pro 900-watt Pro edition $48.99 or less @ Kohl's

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Kohl's has a 'Black Friday" Special Edition NutriBullet Pro 900-watt Blender on sale for $69.99, use code 'March30" for an additional 30% off = $48.99. I happen to have a $5 in store coupon to use in addition to this plus some Yes2You rewards. There's a $5 in-store coupon that was mailed out so if you buy it in store it will be $45.49. Also, Eba**es has 9% off if you order online. Free shipping code: FREE4MAR They might even throw you a $10 Kohl's Cash certificate if you buy a filler.

This is a special edition NutriBullet but being that it's the 900w it's way more powerful than my 600w I paid $80 for.
https://www.kohls.com/product/prd...sp?prdPV=4

*There were several available at the nearest Kohl's for in-store pick up
*You need a Kohl's card and to be signed into your account for the 30% off to activate and to get free shipping.

Don't know why the thumbs down - try buying this elsewhere for this price!
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I think Kohl's deducts the $5 off coupon first and then the 30% off. So it will be a few bucks more.
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I think Kohl's deducts the $5 off coupon first and then the 30% off. So it will be a few bucks more.
Yes, you are right, so if using a $5 coupon that was mailed out it would be $45.49.
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My basket suggest $10 kohls cash
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Do I need a Kohl's card? Coupon won't apply.
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You need Kohl's Cash Card to use the promo.
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Do I need a Kohl's card? Coupon won't apply.
Yes, you need a Kohl's card.
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The 900 watt is a huge improvement over the 600 watt nutribullet, it's on a whole different level
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Ive been debating one of this "personel blenders" for blending protein shakes. It was either this one, magic bullet(which we had one of and motor burned out) or super cheap one like the Hamilton Beach [amazon.com]. Its just the kitchen is getting full of too many appliances and have already immersion blender and a Blendtec
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Ive been debating one of this "personel blenders" for blending protein shakes. It was either this one, magic bullet(which we had one of and motor burned out) or super cheap one like the Hamilton Beach [amazon.com]. Its just the kitchen is getting full of too many appliances and have already immersion blender and a Blendtec
I bought the 600w about 5 years ago and absolutely love it. I don't even use my Ninja blender set I have, or any other appliance I have as much as I do this so I'm looking forward to cracking open the 900w. I can also grind coffee with my old one, not sure if this includes the grinder piece or not. I love my smoothies, especially after walking or working out, and I can add spinach, carrots or whatever I want to mix with fruit and almond milk. Probably the most nutrition I get is through my shakes. This literally blends everything, including frozen berries, carrots, etc in 10-15 seconds.
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I bought the 600w about 5 years ago and absolutely love it. I don't even use my Ninja blender set I have, or any other appliance I have as much as I do this so I'm looking forward to cracking open the 900w. I can also grind coffee with my old one, not sure if this includes the grinder piece or not. I love my smoothies, especially after walking or working out, and I can add spinach, carrots or whatever I want to mix with fruit and almond milk. Probably the most nutrition I get is through my shakes. This literally blends everything, including frozen berries, carrots, etc in 10-15 seconds.
Thanks for the response, dont know why this deal got voted down so much, is it still live and how long is it good until? Think you might have sold me on it.
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Thanks for the response, dont know why this deal got voted down so much, is it still live and how long is it good until? Think you might have sold me on it.
I think people that don't have a Kohl's card give thumbs down, one thing I've learned on this forum over the years is that people just expect things to fall on their lap and if there's any little glitch like not having the right CC or extra coupon it's
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Just picked mine up. Only comes with one container but it's 32oz. More than enough.
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I signed up for the card and got a coupon code for 25% but it's not working. I think I'm supposed to use the card but I just applied for it so I don't have it yet and it says the code is only valid through 3/10 which is today. Help guys.
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I signed up for the card and got a coupon code for 25% but it's not working. I think I'm supposed to use the card but I just applied for it so I don't have it yet and it says the code is only valid through 3/10 which is today. Help guys.
The 30% off promo ended, the only code I see that will work besides your 25% off is the code 'LUCKY' for an add'l $10 off. If you combine the 2 it should cost you $42.50 plus tax which is a better price than the original deal.
You might be better off going to the store and taking it up with CS. Here is the link to the coupon you can print and take with you to the store. They should issue you a temp card anyway and just explain the situation.
Someone mentioned this only includes one container, which is the big one. No problem here because I never used the smaller one anyway.
Link to $10 off $25 purchase:
https://www.kohls.com/ecom/PrintP...-9418.html
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