Best cheap Fitbit deals for June 2024: unbeatable discounts on fitness trackers

Score big savings on Fitbits: track your way to fitness goals without breaking the bank

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If you're on the hunt for a cheap Fitbit deal that'll have you moving and grooving without breaking the bank, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up some of the finest Fitbit offers this side of the internet, perfect for those looking to snag a steal or nab a bargain.

Now, we know what you're thinking – with so many options out there, how do you choose the perfect Fitbit for you? Fear not, dear reader, for we have some tips to help you navigate the wild world of online Fitbit shopping.

Consider your fitness goals: are you a step-counting superstar or a calorie-burning machine? Knowing what you want from your Fitbit can help narrow down your options and ensure you pick the perfect wearable companion.

Next up, do your research! Check out reviews, compare features, and take advantage of any demo models you can get your hands on (or, in this case, wrists). And remember, just because it's a Fitbit deal doesn't mean it's the right Fitbit deal for you – make sure to choose wisely and pick the wearable that best suits your needs.

So, whether you're a fitness fanatic looking to up your game or a casual stepper in search of some motivation, we've got the Fitbit deal for you. Click on the link below and let the savings begin!

Looking for a fitness wearable capable of tracking sports performance? We have dedicated guides to the best running watches (for those who prefer bipedal movement) and the best multisport watches (in case you want to track other sports than just running).

For maximum heart rate tracking accuracy, we recommend you check out the best heart rate monitors – no wrist wearable can be as accurate as those. Finally, the best fitness trackers offer a similar experience to Fitbits (in fact, the guide is full of Fitbit models), and even T3's best smartwatch guide features Fitbits (namely, the Sense).

Best cheap Fitbit deals available right now

Best Fitbit Sense & Versa deals

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Fitbit Sense 2

Fitbit updated the Sense 2, which now has a physical button instead of that infuriatingly tricky-to-use capacitive push button found on the Sense. The Fitbit Sense 2 also has a cEDA sense that measures stress continuously (you have to initiate a stress test manually on the Fitbit Sense). The user interface is also better; the only downside is the lack of WiFi connectivity.

Read our full Fitbit Sense 2 review.

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Fitbit Sense

Thanks to the new Fitbit OS 5.1, the Sense is now capable of even more precise SpO2 measurements, not to mention its ECG and stress-measuring capabilities. Plus, you can choose from Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa smart assistants now. In case one voice assistant option is just not enough for you.

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Fitbit Versa 4

On paper, the Fitbit Versa 4 is the best Fitbit for people who like to exercise. It has 40+ exercise modes, a multi-path heart rate sensor, a built-in GPS, and a slew of fitness features. In reality, it's little more than a Sense 2 Lite with no WiFi, no third-party app support, and other missing features. It's a decent smartwatch, though, especially if you find a good deal (check the widgets below).

Read our full Fitbit Versa 4 review.

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Fitbit Versa 3

Physically, the Versa 3 is almost identical to the Sense (apart from a couple of sensors) and provides almost the same user experience. What you miss out on by getting a Versa 3 is the stress tracking and the ECG, but if you can live without these, you can save a lot of money.

Read our full Fitbit Versa 3 review.

Best Fitbit deals: Fitbit Versa 2

Fitbit Versa 2

The Versa 2 is slightly more attractive than its predecessor and comes with Alexa built-in – an odd but enjoyable version of Alexa, as it responds to your spoken instructions and requests in text form only, rather than yapping away on your wrist.  It has an always-on display – admittedly not the most battery life-friendly feature – plus you can also store over 300 songs on the watch and connect your running headphones to the watch.

Should you buy the Fitbit Versa 2?

Best Fitbit Charge deals

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Fitbit Charge 6

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Fitbit Charge 5

The Charge 5 keeps a similar overall look to last year's Charge 4 but adds a splash of colour to a larger AMOLED touchscreen while slimming down the case overall. Said screen can be turned to stay 'always on': even better! The Charge 5 features the EDA stress sensor and can provide you with a Daily Readiness Score. 

Read our full Fitbit Charge 5 review.

Best Fitbit deals: Fitbit Charge 4

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Fitbit Charge 4

Hot off the production lines, Charge 4 is the newest Fitbit and its best ever fitness band, as opposed to smartwatch-style tracker. Charge 4 is the first smaller and more affordable Fitbit to have GPS built in. It's an excellent fitness tracker with acceptably good cardio tracking, improved handling of notifications and Fitbit's usual, excellent battery life. It's doubtful that you'll see many Fitbit Charge 4 deals or discounts quite yet, mind.

Best Fitbit Inspire/Luxe deals

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Fitbit Inpsire 3

The Fitbit Inspire 3 is a lively fitness tracker with a colour touchscreen display and updated sensors that track heart rate variability, sleep, and changes in skin temperature, on top of other metrics most fitness trackers should be able to monitor nowadays, such as heart rate, steps, calories burned and more. Perfect for passive fitness tracking.

Read our full Fitbit Inspire 3 review.

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Fitbit Inspire 2

Fitbit's mid-range fitness tracker, the Inspire 2, is an easy-to-use fitness tracker with features such as 24/7 heart rate monitoring, Active Zone Minutes and more. It also com with a free 1-year Fitbit Premium trial, included in the price. Get personalized guidance, exclusive insights and sleep tools in the Fitbit App.

Read our full Fitbit Inspire 2 review.

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Fitbit Luxe

The Fitbit Luxe is a high-class fitness tracker, as the name might suggest, but as well as looking sleek, this 'fashion-forward' fitness tracker from Fitbit has a few more tricks up in its sleeve, like the 6-month Fitbit Premium subscription included in the price. Buying a new Luxe will grant you access to the Health Metrics Dashboard in the Fitbit App and other premium features, including stress management tools, automatic activity/sleep tracking and more.

Best Fitbit Aria deals

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Fitbit Aira Air

The Fitbit Aria Air might not be the smartest bathroom scale on the market, but it works harmoniously with other Fitbit devices and, most importantly, the Fitbit App. Apart from measuring weight, the Fitbit Aria Air also does...well, it doesn't do anything else apart from measuring weight but based on your other stats, you can also see your BMI in the Fitbit App too. Oh, the Aria Air looks pretty decent, too, as well as being not too expensive.

Read our full Fitbit Aria Air review.

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Fitbit Aria 2

The Fitbit Aria 2 costs almost twice as much as the Aria Air but it also offers more functionality; not much more, mind. It is also a bit chunkier than the Aria Air but has a a decent, wide platform to step on and cute, emoji-like user icons. The Aria 2 can measure and display body fat percentage on the scale and lean mass in the Fitbit App. It also uses WiFi and automatically syncs with the Fitbit App, which is nice.

Best Fitbit Ace deals

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Fitbit Ace 3

The Fitbit Ace 3 builds upon another great tracker – the Fitbit 2 – by adding better battery life and some next extra features for more accurate tracking to become the best kids smartwatch. While it packs a punch feature-wise, the watch also looks great, and because there are no specific character or movie tie-ins, it offers longevity. It may even be acceptable to teenagers (maybe).

Read our full Fitbit Ace 3 review.

Best Fitbit deals: Fitbit Ace 2

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Fitbit Ace 2

This is a Fitbit Inspire in a child-proof case and can be managed by you, the parent, via additional settings in the Fitbit app. A very popular device, it's a great way to get your kids moving. No GPS means it's a bit limited as a fitness device but also that nobody can track your child's whereabouts, which on balance, seems like A Good Thing.

Read our full Fitbit Ace 2 review.

How to shop Fitbit deals online

When buying a Fitbit fitness tracker or smartwatch online, it's essential to consider your specific needs and preferences to ensure you select the right device for you.

Before browsing for Fitbits, take some time to identify your fitness goals. Are you primarily interested in tracking steps, monitoring heart rate during workouts, or analysing sleep patterns?

Fitbit's cheaper bands are adequate for racking steps, but for fitness tracking, you might want to invest in a Versa. The Sense range is your best option for sleep tracking.

Once you've identified your fitness goals, consider whether you prefer a basic tracker focused on activity monitoring or a more advanced device with additional features like GPS tracking, workout modes, and smartphone notifications. The Fitbit Charge 6 is the best of both worlds and has ECG as well as a built-in GPS module.

Before making a purchase, take the time to read reviews and ratings from other users. Look for feedback on the wearable's accuracy, durability, battery life, and overall performance. Pay attention to both positive and negative reviews to get a comprehensive understanding of its strengths and weaknesses.

By following these tips and doing thorough research, you can confidently choose a fitness tracker that will help you achieve your fitness goals and meet your tracking needs.

Matt Kollat
Section Editor | Active

Matt Kollat is a journalist and content creator who works for and its magazine counterpart as an Active Editor. His areas of expertise include wearables, drones, fitness equipment, nutrition and outdoor gear. He joined T3 in 2019. His byline appears in several publications, including Techradar and Fit&Well, and more. Matt also collaborated with other content creators (e.g. Garage Gym Reviews) and judged many awards, such as the European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance's ESSNawards. When he isn't working out, running or cycling, you'll find him roaming the countryside and trying out new podcasting and content creation equipment.