$250 Philips Airfryer Giveaway


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The new Philips Airfryer provides a healthy way to fry your family’s favorite foods, giving you and your family the taste you love without the guilt.

Philips Airfryer

Using Rapid Air Technology for the perfect result, food will contain less fat than if it was fried in the traditional way.

It uses only 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil.

Philips Airfryer

Rapid Air Technology uses fast circulating hot air and a grill element to allow you to fry a variety of foods in a fast and easy way, producing delicious results.

Not just great for frying, the innovative Philips Airfryer with Rapid Air technology also lets you grill, bake and even roast your favorite dishes for a one stop solution for all of your meals.

Philips Airfryer

It’s available now on HSN.com and the Suggested Retail Price is $249.99

One lucky reader is going to win one.

Philips Airfryer Using Rafflecopter, enter to win the Philips Airfryer by completing the first three tasks and any optional ways you’d like to enter.

Leave a blog comment below in response to the first question and follow the prompts for additional entries. Sometimes the widget is a bit slow to load, so please be patient.
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Good luck and also remember to enter the 3-Piece Baking Set and Gluten-Free Dough Giveaway


  1. I always love the way air fryer can help me in my cooking, especially for any kinds of fried food. My french fries is one of the best dish which I can make. I often use 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil for chips but for others such as vegatables or chicken wings I will not add any extra oil.

  2. Wow, I bought Philips air fryer 1 year ago. With the recipe book in the deal, I have totally made 10 recipes with an air fryer, namely french fries, chicken wings, onion ring, grilled eggplant, chocolate tart and so on. I do not add any extra oil for all except 1 tablespoon for the chips for more shining coat. But if I’m lucky enough I can win one more which can be great for my party next time as I don’t have to fry so many batches of food to serve all. Should it’s not expired I will try.

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