SHOPPERS have been raving over this bargain air fryer that costs £95 less than a Ninja – but there’s a catch that means not everyone can get one.
Costco is selling the handy kitchen gadget with a large 6.7L capacity for just £54.99.
Savvy shoppers posted the Gourmia digital air fryer onto deal-finding site Hot UK Deals.
Within a day the post gained a 1000C heat rating from users, meaning that they all agree its a bargain.
In the comments a shopper said it was the “best ever product I bought” while others said they “fully recommend” the fryer.
The Gourmia has 10 cooking functions including air fry, bake and dehydrate.
It has a temperature range between 32C and 200C, and comes with a dishwasher safe basket, crisper tray, and multi-purpose rack.
It’s available at this price online at the moment and the delivery cost is already factored in so you won’t have to spend an extra penny.
Other shoppers were quick to point out that you can grab the gadget for even less in store at £46.78, so if you have a Costco near you it might be worth heading down.
Not everyone will be able to pick up the bargain fryer though as its only available to Costco members.
Costco is a wholesaler where you can bulk buy for cheap, but you can’t just walk in from the street if you’re not signed up.
Becoming a member will set you back £26.40 a year if you’re a trader or £33.60 for everyone else.
Alternatively, you can sign up with a £15 annual subscription but you’ll only be able to shop online and not in store.
This air fryer is a much cheaper alternative to the popular brand Ninja, which can be a bit more expensive.
A similar sized Ninja fryer (5.2L) will set you back £149.99 on the Ninja website, so Costco’s is £95 cheaper.
It’s also the cheapest price we could find for this make an model but if you don’t have a Costco membership you could get the fryer for £77.99 on Amazon.
Of course there are other models available from different brands at similar prices.
We found that Dunelm is also selling a 6L fryer for £65, so £10 more than Costco.
Alternatively, Studio is selling its digital fryer for just £60 and Asda’s 6.2L model costs £59.
As always before you commit to a purchase, you should shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal.
Use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to find similar products from other retailers and compare prices.
When ordering online always make sure to factor in delivery prices too.
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