Juicers Really? Juicers? Do only people with bushy eyebrows who appear in late-night infomercials go shopping this late in the season? Let's leave Jay Kordich out of this for a second. For the uninitiated, a juicer can be a scary and unexpectedly expensive proposition. The juicer Decide considers the best on the market -- the Omega J8004 Nutrition Center commercial masticating juicer that literally pre-chews fruit for you -- goes for an average $260. Want Breville's juicers for the average home? The conversation starts at $100. Fortunately stores are looking to clear stock around this time of year and make room for new and updated products, so you'll see price cuts as deep as 16%. That's $41 off in the Omega's case and upward of $20 for your average juicer. What good is that fancy new smoothie maker if you can't afford fruit?