Savvy mum shares how you can get an Air Fryer for just £35 and people are racing to copy her tip | The Sun

EVERYONE’s heard how handy air fryers are, but it seems virtually impossible to get your hands on one at the moment. 

Thankfully one savvy mum has spotted that Iceland has had a restock – and there’s a chance to get one for just £35. 

Shirley, known online as, regularly shares food and fitness content with her 40,000 TikTok followers. 

In her latest video, the foodie fan shares how the viral gadget is just £35 when Iceland shoppers spend a minimum of £20 in-store. 

They'll also get a voucher for 10 per cent off their next shop over £20.

“If, like me, you were late to the air fryer party, don’t worry. 


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“Get yourself to Iceland. £35 when you spend £20 in store. 

“What a bargain.” 

Fans loved the content creator’s hack, with the video gaining more than 18,600 views. 

In the comments, Shirley’s followers raved about the model on offer, with one writing: “This one is a good one I have the same one so much easier and healthier than using the frying pan.”

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The Tower 4 Litre Air Fryer sold out in just a week when it was last in stock in October. 

Now Iceland has launched another 20,000 for those that missed out last time. 

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Originally, the countertop appliance was £49.99 but was slashed in price during the last restock, saving shoppers £15. 

You can grab the viral gadget both online and in-store – but online shoppers will need to spend £60 to get it at the knockdown price.

Iceland describes it as a ‘quick and easy family favourite with less fat.’

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