The best Cyber Week Fitbit deals for 2020

So Cyber Monday has been and gone, but many Cyber Week deals are still available. If you’re in the market for a new Fitbit, you’ll be delighted to hear there are still fantastic Cyber Week Fitbit deals.

Not sure if a Fitbit is the right device for you? There are plenty of great Cyber Week deals out there, too, if you’d rather have a full smartwatch or, alternatively, you can check out the many Cyber Week Apple Watch Deals that are also happening.

Best Cyber Week Fitbit deals

One of the hottest sales today is a Fitbit Versa 2 deal going on at Walmart. See more discounts below:

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Fitbit Ionic Sport Band in Black/Gray (Small)

$21 $30
Rock a sporty yet stylish look with this two-tone sports band designed for Fitbit Ionic. The breathable perforated design and water-resistant band mean you're ready for anything.
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Fitbit Versa 2 in Petal/Copper Rose with ZAGG InvisibleShield Screen Protector

$167 $195
This bundle includes the Fitbit Versa 2 in Petal/Copper Rose, which tracks your workouts, sleep, and heartrate, a pink silicone band, and ZAGG InvisibleShield Ultra Clear screen protector.
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Fitbit Versa 2 with Liquid Glass Screen Protector and Fitbit Aria Air

$238 $245
Pick up this bargain bundle and get the Fibit Versa 2 to track your workouts, sleep, and heart rate, plus a liquid glass screen protector and the Fitbit Aria Air digital bathroom scale.
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Fitbit Sense with Liqupel Screen Protector and Fitbit Aria Air

$388 $395
Enjoy great savings with this bundle which includes a Fitbit Sense in Graphite, packed with health monitoring features, a screen protector, and a black Fitbit Aria Air digital bathroom scale.
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Fitbit Ionic

$189 $250
An oldie but goodie in the smartwatch arena, the Fitbit Ionic still has mucho caché and carries an impressive activity tracking ecosystem coupled with a host of modern smartwatch functionalities.
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Fitbit Versa Lite

$137 $160
The only fitness tracker you'll ever need, the Versa Lite has heart-rate and sleep monitoring, over 15 exercise modes to track your workouts, and a lightweight, swimproof design (to 50 metres).
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Fitbit Charge 4 Special Edition Activity Tracker GPS + Heart Rate

$167 $170
With the Fitbit Charge 4 you can check calories burned, track your running pace and distance, monitor your heart rate, and even listen to music, while the reflective band is great for night-time runs.
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Watch Strap for Fitbit Inspire - Rose Gold

$49 $70
Need a new strap for your Fibit Inspire? This rose gold mesh stainless steel strap is the ideal choice - it's comfortable, lightweight, and features an adjustable clasp for the perfect fit.
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Fitbit Inspire 2 and ZAGG InvisibleShield Ultra Clear Screen Protector

$106 $115
Pick up a bargain with this Fitbit bundle, which includes the Inspire 2 fitness tracker and an ultra clear screen protector from Zagg to keep your device looking as good as new.
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Watch Strap for Fitbit Inspire - Bloom

$24 $30
Show off your Fitbit Inspire with this Bloom printed floral watch band. Constructed from flexible materials, it features a durable buckle clasp, keeping your fitness tracker secure.
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Charging Cable for Fitbit Versa 2

$18 $20
Charge your Fitbit Versa 2 with ease thanks to this handy charging cable, which features a raised edge to hold your watch securely, and USB-A connector, so you can use it in various settings.
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Charging Cable for Fitbit Inspire/Inspire HR and Ace 2

$16 $20
Keep your Fitbit Inspire, Inspire HR, or Ace 2 juiced and ready for anything with this handy, easily portable 3cm charging cable which features USB connectivity.
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Woven Small Watch Band for Fitbit Versa 2 and Versa Lite - Pink

$35 $40
Show off your Fitbit Versa 2 with this pink woven band. With perforated notches you can adjust it for the perfect fit, while the polyester reflective strip provides visibility for night-time workouts.
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Fitbit Charge 2 (Large, Renewed)

$85 $156
The ultra-slim, light Charge 2 offers heart-rate and activity tracking to keep you on track while promoting wellness with guided breathing sessions and sleep tracking.
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Fitbit Versa 2 in Petal/Copper Rose

$160 $180
Feeling stressed? The Versa 2 is designed with wellness in mind and lets you manage your stress levels as well as helping you track your sleep patterns and workouts. It works with Alexa too.
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Fitbit Versa (Renewed)

$150 $159
With on-screen workouts to motivate you, trackers for activity, sleep, and heart-rate, and an impressive four days of battery life, this is the Versa for you if wellness is your priority.
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Fitbit Versa 2 Special Edition

$171 $200
With its woven strap ,this special edition smart watch is a stylish take on the original Versa 2. Manage your life from your wrist with in-built Alex, stress management, and sleep tracking.
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Polyester Small Watch Strap for Fitbit Charge 4 - Midnight

$26 $35
Jazz up your new Fitbit Charge 4 or swap out your old strap with this cool woven polyester strap in midnight blue. Its soft texture ensures all-day comfort and it boasts a distinctive pattern.
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Fitbit Ionic

$189 $250
The Ionic is the fitness smartwatch for the music lover. It has GPS to accurately track your workout, and space for over 300 songs so you can listen to your jam while you get fit.
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Fitbit Inspire 2 with Extra Printed Bloom strap and Fitbit Aria Digital Scale

$174 $180
Bag this bargain bundle and get fit with a Lunar White Fitbit Inspire 2 with 10-day battery life, an extra Bloom printed strap, and a white Fitbit Aria Digital Scale.
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Fitbit Versa Special Edition

$170 $200
This special edition of the popular Versa smartwatch features a charcoal woven band that is much more comfortable to wear over longer periods of time.

How to choose a Fitbit

When it comes to looking at the best fitness trackers, Fitbit’s devices consistently rate highly. That’s partly because it offers so many different options, so there’s generally always a choice for you. However, it can feel overwhelming. As always, consider your budget first of all. Fitbits are available at very different prices so there’s sure to be a good option for every budget.

It’s also worth considering why you want a Fitbit. All Fitbits track your daily steps, calorie burn, and other basic features. However, some can do a little more like monitoring your heart rate or even working as more of a smartwatch.

Overall, our favorite pick is the Fitbit Charge 4. It’s lightweight, thin, and stylish, and has great battery life. It also tracks all the basic statistics you’ll want to monitor including your heart rate. A built-in GPS can be useful too if you want to see where you’ve been walking or running.

Alternatively, if you’re on more of a budget, then something like the Fitbit Inspire 2 is a better option. You miss out on a built-in GPS, but otherwise, it has all the key features you could need including heart rate monitoring. During the sale season, you may even be able to pick up an older Fitbit Inspire if you don’t mind missing out on a few essential options in exchange for big savings.

If you’re purchasing for a child then the Fitbit Ace 2 is a no-brainer choice providing a similar experience to the original Fitbit Inspire but with all the advantages of a rugged design so your child won’t damage it so easily. It also offers advanced parental controls so you can keep an eye on your child’s progress.

Don’t forget about Fitbit’s smartwatch range either. The Fitbit Versa 3 is a stylish smartwatch that has only recently been launched and offers a lot for the price. It’s not quite as competent as a ‘full’ smartwatch like an Apple Watch but it offers enough to keep most fitness-focused users happy. There’s also the latest Fitbit Sense which aims to be far more advanced than other fitness wearables and to compete more so with Garmin smartwatches. It’s expensive but a potentially good bet if you’re keen on the Fitbit ecosystem and need more advanced tracking.

Are some Fitbit deals too good to be true?

While we’d love to say that all the retailers taking part in Cyber Week have your best interests at heart, that’s not always going to be true. While outright fraud is rare as long as you stick to recognized and well-known retailers, it’s worth keeping in mind that not every deal is worth your time, never mind your money. Cyber Week sales are an excellent way for many retailers to sell off overstock, and that includes some models that are gathering dust because, well, they might not be particularly good.

What’s your best weapon against buying an inferior product? Knowledge. Make sure you do your research on any and all models you’re considering and read as many reviews (from both professional reviewers and real-world users) as possible, so you know exactly what you’re buying. Also, don’t let yourself be carried away by the sales. Retailers know how sales make people feel, and they feed into that with ticking timers and low stock alerts — don’t let them push you into a purchase you’re not sure about.

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