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Stay fit with the best Cyber Monday treadmill deals still available

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While you might associate Black Friday and Cyber Monday with great deals on things that have little to do with fitness, we’ve found that this time of year is a great time to purchase home gym equipment such as treadmills and ellipticals, and especially treadmills. We rounded up some of the best deals right here that we’ve seen so far, many of which are still available as we move into the weekend. Be sure to also check out our list of the best elliptical deals as well, as well as the best Cyber Monday fitness deals too: all of our deals roundups will be updated continuously throughout the weekend.

Treadmill deals going on right now

We’ve spotted a few great deals on treadmills at Amazon, Walmart, and even Best Buy this week. While they aren’t the crazy doorbusters like you see for TVs and smartwatches and so on, they’re still pretty good deals in our opinion. We’re constantly monitoring the sites for new deals and we’ll add them to the list below throughout the week.

One word of note: For the major fitness brands, buying direct will be your best bet (and likely your best deal with the special add-ons some are offering on select models. The deals at other non-fitness centric retailers, while good, will be targeted more to a general consumer versus the fitness enthusiast. Regardless, below are the best deals we’ve spotted so far.

Sole F63 Treadmill

$1,000 $1,800
This treadmill packs an immense number of intelligent features that are sure to make your workouts as robust as possible, with a silent motor, 10 exercise modes, and even its own music player. more
Tight on space? The 2-in-1 Goplus folding treadmill is a streamlined option that comes with both standing and under-desk modes for incredible versatility while featuring a minimalistic style. more
Get your cardio fix with the Costway 800W folding treadmill, which has easy-to-understand controls and an LED screen to see your heart rate, speed, and calories you've burned. more
Features heavy-duty construction, LED display, function buttons and heart rate functions built into the handrails, a mobile device holder, and a low-noise motor. more
Don't have time to go to a gym? Not enough space in the garage? The Umay treadmill is an excellent option to place in your home office to stay fit while you get down to business. more
This Superfit treadmill has 2 sport modes so you can use it for running and as an under-the-desk walking treadmill. It's made with a non-slip running belt for extra safety. more
If you're looking for a heavy-duty treadmill that gets the job done, then look no further than the Spirit Fitness XT285 folding treadmill, pre-installed with various exercise modes. more
This treadmill has a 16-inch by 50-inch running surface and a 5-inch LCD. Manual incline setting and speeds to 10 mph. Folds to save space. more
Famistar's mid-range M7 Plus model has a wider than normal running belt and can hold up to 300 pounds. Track time, speed, distance, and heart rate. more
Get your daily cardio in with this Goplus treadmill, which has adjustments for speed and inclination to suit your workout needs. more
This combination 2-in-1 folding treadmill and under-desk treadmill has a 2.25 horsepower motor, Bluetooth speaker, and remote control. more
Run, jog, or walk on the 20-inch by 55-inch Treadmill belt. The Proform TL has a 300-pound capacity and runs up to 10 miles per hour with a 0- to 10-degree incline. more

Horizon 7.8 AT Treadmill

$1,999 $2,699
Declared one of the best treadmills of 2019, the Horizon Fitness 7.8 treadmill is a state-of-the-art option with enough features to make even the most hardcore of fitness buffs break a sweat. more

TR6.6 Treadmill

$1,600 $2,200
For a well-rounded cardio workout that leaves out none of the essentials, the Xterra TR6.6 treadmill is a powerful treadmill with an intuitive display to make exercising a walk in the park. more
With 12 levels of incline and a speed range of 1 to 8 miles per hour, you can make the most out of your workout with this treadmill. more
Easy-to-set-up treadmill has a 1.5-horse-power motor and can be set to run from 0 to 6.2 miles per hour. Heart rate pulse grips. Best for beginners or intermediate runners. more

Sole F85 Treadmill

$2,000 $3,800
You can do even the hardest cardio workouts on this Sole workouts. This foldable machine can track speed, distance traveled, and calories burned. It also gives you 6 preset exercise programs. more
Save time assembling your treadmill with this Dynamax model. You just need to unfold and plug it in, then start doing your cardio. more
Interactive Personal Training at Home powered by iFit with a 22-inch display. more
The Horizon Fitness T101 treadmill is packed with a plethora of features to provide comfort and entertainment for miles on end. It recalibrates every step with minimal noise, while also playing music. more
High-powered folding treadmill with auto-levelling incline, built-in workout programs, and audio. more
This MaxKare treadmill's 17-inch tread belt is made with anti-shock material, which helps make running more comfortable and protects your knees in the process. more
This equipment comes with one year of iFit membership, allowing you to select workouts from iFit's expansive library. Experience personalized training and runs that can mimic real-world terrain. more
If you want one of the most advanced treadmills on the market, look no further than the NordicTrack EXP 7i treadmill, capable of making cardio a workout to look forward to. more

More on Cyber Monday treadmill deals

Bowflex

Bowflex isn’t exactly known for its treadmills, but it does have two models that are solid options for home gyms. Both the BXT116 and BXT216 models are capable of up to a 15% incline and a top speed of 12 mph. An included chest strap monitors your heart rate (you can use the handle sensors as well when walking), and a free two-month subscription to Bowflex’s JRNY guided workouts is included, which you access through your own smartphone and tablet.

The main difference between the two is that the BXT216 has a slightly higher horsepower motor (4 horsepower versus 3.75 hp with the BXT116), and the BXT216 features much better deck cushioning. While the BXT116 is good enough for most, avid runners will be better served by the BXT216 in our opinion. Be sure to enter the code “BF19” at checkout to get your promotional pricing.

NordicTrack

Unlike Bowflex, NordicTrack has far more options for treadmills as the company has been making treadmills for many years. The company has a significant number of commercial-grade models available, which are quite expensive and for most of us a bit of overkill. Its T Series treadmills are much more reasonable, starting at just $999. The base model T 6.5 Si has a 2.6-hp motor and a 10% top incline and 10 mph top speed. It also has a smaller width belt, less built-in workout programs (20), and doesn’t include a fan.

If you need these features or a wider belt, step up to any of the higher-end models. All three models include a one-year membership to the company’s iFit Interactive training app. They all also include functionality that allows iFit trainers to control the belt speed. For those looking to save a little money over Bowflex, NordicTrack is a good choice.

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