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Ooni ovens typically only go on sale once or twice a year.
Prices after 20%-30% off from Ooni:
- Ooni Fyra 12 Wood Pellet Pizza Oven: $244.30
- Ooni Koda 12 Propane Gas Powered Pizza Oven: $319.20
- Ooni Koda 16 Propane Gas Powered Pizza Oven: $479.20
- Ooni Koda 16 Natural Gas Powered Pizza Oven: $479.20
- Ooni Karu 16 Multi-Fuel Pizza Oven: $639.20
- View a comparison of all Ooni ovens here.
Prices after 20%-30% off from Amazon:
When you buy direct from Ooni you also get a 3 year warranty. You normally have 60 days to make returns with free return shipping if you don’t love it, but purchases made in November can be returned until 2/24/24!
Dan’s Note: We love pizza and we’re the owners of 2 Ooni ovens.
We first 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.
The pies from that oven are excellent, but the problem was that it was a patchke to set it up and maintain the correct temperature. So, we also bought the Ooni Koda 16 Gas Powered Pizza Oven and a natural gas conversion kit (Now Ooni sells the natural gas oven without the need for a conversion kit). I had a handyman install a splitter on our natural gas line so that it now feeds both our grill and the Ooni. If I was using propane, I’d probably have just gone with the Ooni Koda 12 Gas Powered Pizza Oven, but unfortunately there is no natural gas conversion kit for the 12″ model. With any of the gas ovens it’s just plug and play, there’s no patchke involved at all.
While the 12″ oven is quite portable, the 16″ oven is much bigger and heavier and it’s connected to a natural gas line, so we leave it outside on an Ooni large modular table, and covered with an AC cover that fits it perfectly.
With any of the ovens you can bake pies at a sizzling 932 degrees in just a minute. With the wood pellet oven you get more of the delicious smoke flavor, but it takes more time and effort. With the gas oven you still can pizza that is incomparable to pizza made in a conventional oven, and it’s a whole lot easier to make than with other fuel options.
If you want the best flavor no matter what, you’ll want to a charcoal or wood burning oven, followed by wood pellet, 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.
Some of the pizzas we’ve made:
We’ve even tried making some dessert pies:
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!