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Amazon sale: Get an extra 25% off a mini air fryer


Save your calories and ditch the oil – for a limited time, Prime members can get an additional 25% off this awesome range of air fryers.

If you've got an interest in healthy cooking and are keen to try out an air fryer, then boy do we have some good news for you!

Now's the time to buy because Amazon is currently offering a red-hot deal specifically for Prime members. For a limited time, you can take an extra 25% off the Instant Vortex Mini Air Fryer.

It's usually priced at $149, meaning you'll save $37.25 and pay just $111.75.

The Instant Vortex Mini Air Fryer comes with four pre-set smart cooking programs – you can do a quick air fry, bake, roast or reheat. It's also countertop friendly (with a size of two litres) and allows for easy cleaning thanks to the non-stick basket.

As mentioned, this deal is only valid for Prime members and will end soon, so if you're keen to shop, we recommend getting in quick!

More about Amazon Prime memberships:

Why sign up to become a Prime member? Benefits include the following:

  • Free delivery on millions of eligible items
  • Unlimited access to over 1,000 books and magazines with Prime reading
  • Unlimited access to movies and TV episodes with Prime Video

Amazon Prime Day also just so happens to be right around the corner. In fact, we're expecting it to drop sometime in June-July.

This sale event is an annual 48-hour sales event for Amazon Prime customers that offers some of the biggest deals of the year – it's basically Black Friday for Amazon shoppers. While there are a few offers for regular shoppers, most of the deals are exclusive for Amazon Prime members.

Bookmark our Prime Day hub and keep an eye out for all the latest info as soon as it drops!

There's also a fabulous free trial period, after which it costs $6.99 per month.

Don't miss Prime Day bargains! Check out all the offers in our full Amazon Prime Day guide and learn more about how Amazon Prime works.

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