This all-in-one Ninja coffee maker is $40 off at Amazon right now

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The Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System is one of the best coffee makers on the market right now, which makes this $50 discount all the more impressive. Usually, you'd be looking at a $200 price tag here, but Amazon is currently offering the all-in-one device for just $159.99. 

That's $20 cheaper than its usual $179.99 sales price, though there's a slight catch here. You'll be waiting until May 8 for this coffee maker to ship. 


Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System: $199.99 $159.99 at Amazon
You can save $40 on this Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System right now - perfect if you're looking to expand your repertoire of specialist coffees and teas. The all-in-one machine can brew a range of coffee bar drinks at home, with cold brew settings also available as well.

Once it is in your hands, you'll be enjoying a massive range of drinks, all perfectly topped up thanks to the inbuilt milk frother. You'll be brewing your own cappuccinos, macchiatos, chai lattes, and more and even enjoying cold brew within just ten minutes of brewing time. 

With options for a selection of specialty drinks and tea-specific settings as well, this is a real crowd-pleaser. Not only that, but with six brew sizes to choose from, you can enjoy single-serve options as well as larger takeout cups as well. 

This coffee maker is also fully programmable and uses permanent filters rather than expensive and unsustainable replaceable ones. You can also adjust brew strength and temperature if you're looking to get the most from your beans as well. 

If you're not sure about Ninja quite yet, we're rounding up all the best Cuisinart coffee makers right here as well. 

Tabitha Baker

Tabs is a deals editor on our sister site TechRadar. She spends most of her time searching for the best prices on top consumer tech, but has also written about everything from flower delivery to mattresses. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.