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Cheapest air fryers you can get on Amazon Prime Day 2022

Manchester Evening News logo Manchester Evening News 06/07/2022 Gemma Sherlock

If you're looking to buy an air fryer for your kitchen then you may want to hold out until one of the biggest sales events of the year.

Amazon Prime Day launches next week and it's the biggest event of the year for the site, aside from Black Friday, for offering shoppers massive discounts on thousands of products. Beginning on Tuesday, July 12, Amazon Prime Day will run for two days and have thousands of deals for Prime members.

Amazon will reveal Prime Day offers on the day itself but Prime members will be the first people who will be able to access them. You can join Prime for a free 30-day trial here. You will also get free delivery on a large number of items during the Amazon Prime Day sale.

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Air fryers require less oil and cooking experts say they help reduce the calorie content of the overall meal, making it a healthier way to cook whilst also preserving the flavour of the meal. They have become popular in recent years with many appearing in several kitchens across the country.

Brands like Ninja, Tefal and more have proven the most popular among shoppers and many air fryers are currently discounted on Amazon at the moment. Some are set to be featured in the Amazon Prime Day sale too. Scroll down for the cheapest one's we have found so far.

The cheapest we have found so far is this Tower T17023 model. The 2.2litre air fryer oven has a 30 minute timer, is black in colour and has a rapid air circulation feature.

Tower T17023 Air Fryer Oven © Amazon Tower T17023 Air Fryer Oven

Priced at £38 currently, the model was originally £44.99 and it may come down even further for Amazon Prime Day. Its rapid air circulation creates crispier textures across your mealtime favourites, is 30% faster than a conventional oven and claims to save up to 50% on energy. There's also a family size version, measuring at 4.3 litres for £59.99, instead of £69.99 - 14% off.

This Salter model is just £1 more and is perfect for smaller households. The two litre compact air fryer has a removable frying rack, adjustable temperature control, a 30 minute time and auto shut off. It's currently reduced by 25% and may be even further for Amazon Prime Day.

Meanwhile, this Tower T14001 model is £43.75 instead of £59.99 and comes with removable glass bowl, extender ring and a recipe book. It's black in colour and is 17 litres and has advanced Halogen technology which heats air up to 200°C and targets food directly, for faster cooking times and lower energy consumption.


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For £7 more you can get this Llivekit five litre air fryer for £50.99. This model has a digital touchscreen with ten pre-sets and a removable basket. The air fryer has 10 pre-set programs to make consumer's cooking easier. Through the smart LED display, users can set the cooking time (0-60 minutes), cooking temperature (80-200℃) and heat preservation time (2h).

At £69.99, this Aigostar has 25% off and has eight pre-set functions and is measuring at 4.2litres, or for £10 more this air fryer comes with a visible window so you can see your food as it cooks.

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For a longer timer, which may come in handy if you want to air-fry more complicated recipes and foods, this Salter EK4628 model has a 60-minute timer setting with the ability to hold eight litres. Currently discounted by 22%, this model is now £93.99 instead of £119.99 and will probably come down in price even more for Prime members.

Breville are also a popular brand when it comes to air fryers and their 5.5litre air fryer oven allows users to bake, roast and grill and is just over £100, listed in the Amazon choice section.

Breville Halo Air Fryer © Amazon Breville Halo Air Fryer

Meanwhile, if you want to incorporate your Amazon devices with your cooking then this Ultenic air fryer can do just that. Users can cook hands-free with Alexa and Google Assistant, receive notifications through the Ultenic App when your food is ready or need to be flipped. Choose your favourite recipes and schedule cooking, preheat or keep warm in your need. Originally priced at £159, the model is now £119.99.

Ninja is up there with some of the most popular brands for air fryers. There is a range of models currently featured as a discounted price on Amazon, and we expect these to be reduced further come Amazon Prime Day.

In terms of the best value, this Ninja Air Fryer Max model comes in pretty much top. It has a 5.2 litre capacity and is grey and black in colour. It cooks up to 50% faster than fan ovens (tested against fish fingers and sausages), and has six cooking functions - Max Crisp, Air Fry, Roast, Bake, Reheat and Dehydrate. It's currently priced at £129 instead of £149.99, worth keeping an eye on here come Amazon Prime Day.

Sticking with Ninja, their Foodi air fryer doubles as a multi-cooker, so you're buying not only an air fryer but a pressure cooker too. It has a discount of 12%, priced at £149.

Ninja Foodi MINI Multi-Cooker © Amazon Ninja Foodi MINI Multi-Cooker

There are six ways to cook – Pressure Cook, Air Crisp, Slow Cook, Steam, Sear, Sauté, Bake and Roast. Pressure cooks up to 70% faster than traditional cooking methods.

For £40 more you can get this Ninja Foodi 11-in1 smart lid multi-cooker and air fryer. It has a six litre capacity, and users can combi-steam and slow cook, as well as grill, bake and air fry. This model is priced at £189 instead of £279.99 which is quite a big reduction already.

For a full list of air-fryers currently discounted visit Amazon and make sure you save the landing page for easy access to cheap air fryers come Amazon Prime Day.

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