Vitamix :: My Favorite Blender & Some Price Comparisons


As many of you know, I absolutely LOVE my Vitamix! We make smoothies constantly {Especially our yummy green smoothie}. Plus, we use it to make soups and sorbet!  There are many more things you can do with a Vitamix, but those are our most common uses.

I have hilighted sales before, but have some friends who are interested so I thought I’d do some hunting to find the best deal on a Vitamix.

Before I move on, some may refer to Blendtec saying they’re better.  In my honest opinion they’re not.  A few of my personal {not professional} reasons are:

  • They are louder
  • You are encouraged to only operate with the canister 1/2 full {Vitamix can be full}
  • You can vary your speed with a Vitamix depending on what you want to do

Ok, on to the prices of Vitamix!


I got mine on a Special Value on QVC so it was quite a deal. But, QVC does have a pretty good price right now without the special value. Plus, you can split it into 5 easy payments which makes a big purchase like this a little easier to take!


Vitamix Creations 48 oz. 15-in-1 2-Speed Blender w/Dry Container ,pictured above, is only $439.90 with Free S&H.  5 Easy Payments of $87.98 + tax.
*Note: you do NOT need a dry container to blend dry ingredients {like making flour}. The regular canister with a wet blade will do just fine.  The dry container will grind the dry ingredients a little finer and faster though.


You can also get the Vitamix Creations GC 64oz. 12-in-1 Variable Speed Blender for just $439.00. This does not come with the dry container but does have a larger {64 oz} container.  The price is the same so you’re either paying for a bigger container or a dry one.

Or, you can opt for the Vitamix Creations II 48 oz. 12-in-1 Variable Speed Blender for just $399.

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Amazon currently has the Vitamix Professional Series 200 Blender with a 64oz. container for $444.95


or you can get the Vitamix 1300 TurboBlend 4500 for just $378.95.  Note that this one {pictured above} does not have the variable control dial int he middle which allows you to speed up or slow down the blender.  I can’t tell you if this is a good or bad thing because I have the newer one with variable control.  I will say that I do use mine every time, but, if you’re really wanting to save some money this is one way to do it!


Costco carries Vitamix from time to time.  Right now, their price is the highest.

Vitamix 5200 Super Package with the wet and dry container for $499.99


These prices all change from time to time and any time I see an amazing deal I am sure to post it!  Right now, QVC seems to be the best deal!

Do you have a Vitamix? What’s your favorite recipe?





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