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Grab this refurb Ninja 3-in-1 slow cooker system on sale for $70

Ninja Slow Cooker
Ninja Slow Cooker (Image credit: Walmart)

The Ninja MC702 3-in-1 slow cooker cooking system (opens in new tab) is down to $69.99 refurbished with code THRIFNINJA. Without the code, the Ninja system is $80, so you get an extra $10 off there. And while the Ninja is mostly sold out at other retailers these days, it was originally selling for as much as $250 new and most recently was going for $171 at Best Buy new. Refurbished versions have still regularly sold for as much as $110 at Walmart (opens in new tab) and other places. Today's deal is easily the lowest it has ever gone and a huge discount off normal prices. As a manufacturer refurbished unit, the MC702 comes with a 30-day warranty.

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Basically a portable stovetop, slow cooker, or oven in one device. Sear food, bake a cake, or do a roast. Works 30% faster with less fat than conventional ovens. Can make one-pot meals in 30 minutes. Programmable timer, auto warm, 6-quart pot.

The Ninja MC702 acts as three different important appliances: a slow cooker, a stovetop, and an oven. This gives it a lot of versatility in how you might use it. You can sear food, slow cook a roast, or even bake a cake. Plus, because it's portable you can do this sort of thing anywhere. Have an oven-capable device with you at your next picnic or book club.

When using the Ninja, you can roast up to 30% faster than conventional means and with 30% less fat than an oven. Mkae one-pot meals in just 30 minutes thanks to a five-minute pre-heat time and 25 minutes to cook. You can even combine the Ninja's capabilities. Sear your food then slow cook it.

It has a lot of extra features to help you make the perfect meals. The 6-quart pot is large enough to make food for your family. It's also nonstick and dishwasher safe so it's easy to clean and keep maintained. There's a programmable timer to help you out and an automatic setting to keep things warm when you're not ready to eat it right away. The lid is domed and has a vent, the roasting rack is removable, and there are multi-purpose trays for cakes, muffins, and other things.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.