Update: This sale ends today!
If you don’t see the Ooni offer, try adding AMEX Offers to your card until it appears. Several people were able to get it to shop up after adding several dozen offers to their card and refreshing the available offers.
Originally posted on 5/26:
Plus, check all of your primary and secondary AMEX cards for a targeted $75 off $350 AMEX Offer at Ooni.com through 6/30.
Ooni ovens typically only go on sale once or twice a year and I’ve never seen stackable savings available previously.
Prices after 20% off, but not including the $75 AMEX Offer:
- Ooni Fyra 12 Wood Pellet Pizza Oven: $279.20
- Ooni Karu 12 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven: $319.20
- Ooni Koda 12 Gas Powered Pizza Oven: $319.20
- Ooni Pro 16 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven: $479.20
- Ooni Koda 16 Gas Powered Pizza Oven: $479.20
- Ooni Karu 16 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven: $639.20
- View a comparison of the ovens here.
Note that the AMEX Offer counts tax and you can add accessories to get over the $350 threshold.
When you buy direct from Ooni you also get a 3 year warranty. You have 60 days to make returns with free return shipping if you don’t love it.
Dan’s Note: I bought the base Ooni Fyra 12 Wood Pellet Pizza Oven during the 2020 Black Friday sale after trying some pizzas from my brother in law’s Ooni and we’ve made dozens of mouth-watering pies with it.
At a sizzling 932 degrees, pizzas bake in just a minute or so. And the taste is truly incomparable to pizza made in a conventional oven.
Should you get a gas, pellet, charcoal, or wood burning oven? That just depends on the flavor and amount of time you want to put into it. Charcoal or wood will likely taste best, followed by pellets and then gas. The effort required will be the reverse, with gas being the easiest, followed by pellets, charcoal, and then wood.
For our Shavuos lunch last year we used an existing flame to bake delicious fresh pizzas with a toppings bar for friends and family, and then let the oven go out when the pellets burned out.
We’re pretty happy compromising on the pellet version, and it doesn’t hurt that it’s also the least expensive option, but smoking connoisseurs will tell you that it needs to be done with wood or charcoal.
I have to admit though, I am tempted to try out the Ooni Koda 12 Gas Oven with the 20% off+$75 AMEX Offer to see if there’s a noticeable difference in taste in comparison to the time and effort needed to make the pizza. Maybe I’d kasher one afterward to have an Ooni for meat pizzas or even steak as well?
Some of the pizzas we’ve made:
Of course Ooni ovens aren’t just good for pizza, many people use Ooni ovens to bake their own matzah!
Do you have an Ooni? Share your tips in the comments!
HT: Yaakov A