Shoppers rush to buy ‘bargain’ air fryer dupe from major supermarket that costs £90 less than a Ninja | The Sun

SHOPPERS are eager to get their hands on a bargain air fryer that costs £90 less than a Ninja.

The popular kitchen gadget is available at Asda, and people have branded it "a bargain".

The major supermarket is selling its 6.2L air fryer for £59 and people have been raving about it on social media.

Posting on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group a shopper wrote: "Don’t walk, run to Asda!

"Found this bargain last night for a 6.2L Air Fryer for £59, such a bargain as most that size are over £100."

The post has over 100 comments from others who have bought the fryer saying "it's brill" and "amazing".

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Reviews for the gadget are glowing on the website with many calling it "good value for money" and that it's easy to use.

It has a large 6.2L capacity and uses 2kW of electricity to run.

The air fryer also has eight preset functions and comes with a two year warranty.

It is currently in stock online and is also being sold in Asda stores too.

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You can find your closest Asda using the store locator tool on its website, you could also phone ahead to check stock levels to avoid disappointment.

Air fryers have really gained popularity over the past few months, and there can be some expensive alternatives.

Possibly the most popular brand for air fryers is Ninja, but it's similar sized 5.2L fryer costs £149.99 – so it can be a bit of an investment.

At £90 less, it's no surprise that shoppers have been rushing to grab the cheaper dupe.

There are other versionsof similar sized fryers available too, we found one at Costco for £55.

We also found one for a little more than Asda on the Dunelm website for £65.

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.

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When ordering online always make sure to factor in delivery prices too.

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