ICELAND is bringing back its bargain air fryer that costs just £35.
The sought-after kitchen gadget sold out in one week the last time it hit the shelves.
Iceland shoppers who missed out in October will be able to pick up the 4L Tower Air Fryer from November 28 – but there’s a catch.
Only customers who spend £20 in store will be able to get the fryer for the discounted £35, other wise it will cost £49.99.
It will only be available in store and not online.
Shoppers who buy the counter-top gizmo will receive 10% off their next shop to spend at Iceland or The Food Warehouse.
Another 20,000 will be available to customers at the same price on the 28th.
The gadget will likely be in high demand again, so if you want to grab the bargain, you’ll have to be quick.
You also might want to call ahead to your local store to check if the it has the fryer in stock, to avoid disappointment.
You can find your nearest Iceland by using the handy store locator tool on its website.
The 4l Tower air fryer has easy-to-use control dials and a non-stick coated frying basket.
Iceland describes it as a “quick and easy family favourite with less fat.”
We had a look around to see if Iceland’s deal was the cheapest on the market.
We found almost the same product being sold at Argos, the only difference is a price tag of £56.
B&M also has one for a reduced price of £49 – but Iceland’s deal is still the cheapest we found.
You can always look at different models, for example, we found a Logik air fryer on sale at Curry’s for £39.99 – just £4.99 more than Iceland’s offer.
Last week, Aldi shoppers crashed the site trying to get a hold of its dual-basket fryer.
As always before you commit to a purchase, you should have a 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.
Air fryers have gained popularity over the last few months as under the new price cap, using one for 15 minutes costs just 13p.
It comes as energy bills are still heavily on everyone’s minds, and people have turned to plug in devices to save their coins.