We've Got Your New Year's Resolutions Covered with These Vitamix and Blender Deals

Get a fresh start to the year with juices, soups and smoothies.

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January 02, 2020

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No matter what your New Year's resolutions are (if you're even making them this year), January is a great opportunity to get a fresh start after a holiday season of indulging in sweets and snacks. Luckily, Williams Sonoma is running sales on Breville juicers and Vitamix blenders, so you can get back on track. Right now, you can save up to 45% on a brand-new juicer or take $175 off a top-of-the-line blender. Once you've secured your new kitchen gadget, try out some healthy juices that we think are better than any juice bar.

$250
Williams Sonoma

Save over $100 on this Breville juicer, which is a perfect starter model for anyone new to juicing. This gadget uses technology to extract juice without any heat, preserving more nutrients. Plus, the high-capacity jug makes it easy to create big batches of juice.

$600
Williams Sonoma

This three-in-one machine lets you blend, juice and "bluice" (a unique feature that combines blending with juicing). Whether you're whipping up veggie-filled smoothies or frosty cocktails, this gadget comes equipped with five programs for easy blending. One reviewer writes, "Love it! I don't have much counter space, so when I see machines that can do more than one thing, I take notice. I love my new Bluicer! It's compact, works as a blender or juicer and takes up minimal space on my countertop."

$599.95
Williams Sonoma

This quiet, powerful juicer is designed to churn out large quantities of your favorite juices in minutes. Thanks to a large chute, there's no need to precut (most) ingredients, and a built-in mesh basket filters out all the pulp.

$450
Williams Sonoma

The Explorian is Vitamix's budget-friendly model, though $450 is still a big investment. So, we're psyched that the Explorian is marked down to under $300 as part of this Williams Sonoma promo. This powerful blender is perfect for making everything from creamy soups to dense bread dough, and the 48-ounce container fits in most kitchen cabinets.

$700
Williams Sonoma

Choose from five bold colors and enjoy $175 off this iconic blender. Equipped with five program settings including smoothies, hot soups, dips and spreads, frozen desserts and self-cleaning, this Vitamix is easy to use and clean. One reviewer writes that, "Since purchasing, I use my Vitamix for everything. Smoothies, soups, almond butter and marinades. With the automated cleaning setting, cleanup couldn't be easier."

$700
Williams Sonoma

The Pro model has a high-capacity, 64-ounce container, five preset programs and a durable metal base. This powerful Vitamix can friction-cook hot soup and sauces, churn ice cream in seconds and grind grains into flours.

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