The best cheap Garmin deals can help you achieve your fitness goals for less! You can find all the best Garmin watch offers, from cheap Forerunner 55 deals to solar-powered Garmin Instinct offers. Think of any Garmin wearable available to buy now, and you can rest assured that we have a discount listed below.
The best Garmin watches, like many high-end running watches on the market, can measure heart rate and calories burned, so if you want to keep your weight gain under control or, even better, want to lose weight, you should get a running watch. Or a heart rate monitor if you are more into HIIT workouts.
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Whether you're a fitness fanatic looking for a cheap deal or someone headed back to school, college or university who's a bit strapped for cash, we've found the best Garmin deals for this month to help you save money on your next Garmin smartwatch. We also have the best Polar watch, and the best Suunto watch guides for research purposes if you are interested. And why not check out our best triathlon watch and fitness tracker guide while you are at it?
Best cheap Garmin deals right now
The below list is part preference list, part random order and all cheap Garmin watch deals. We scoured the internet for the lowest prices and are here to present you with only the very best deals available today.
Best Garmin Fenix deals
Garmin Fenix 7
The Garmin Fenix 7 is a beast of a smartwatch and improves on the already excellent Fenix 6, which is a great achievement. Just like previous Fenix models, the Fenix 7 is big, bold and works well as an outdoor, running and triathlon watch. That said, very few people will be able to make the most of the thousand features it has.
Read our full Garmin Fenix 7 review
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro
Garmin leapt and set out to improve their already excellent Garmin Fenix 5 range. The Garmin Fenix 6 Series has improved battery life, screen size and resolution, memory capacity, and features like PacePro and Body Battery. You will need to pay top dollar for all these features, though. Lucky for you, if there is a special offer on the Garmin Fenix 6, you will find it here.
Read our Garmin Fenix 6 Pro review
Garmin Fenix 6x Pro Solar
From our review: "The Garmin Fenix 6X Pro Solar is completely impossible to pigeonhole, but rather brilliant too. Garmin has managed to integrate and make sense of many of the random bits of data from earlier models, decluttering the interface so that you get to what you want faster and easier.
The battery life here is market-leading, the coaching tools and sensors excellent, and the ability to pull on some Bluetooth headphones, hit go and start running in comfort is no small feat. What price fitness convenience?"
Read our Garmin Fenix 6x Pro Solar review
Garmin Fenix 5 Plus
Although Garmin has rolled out the Fenix 6 Series, that doesn't mean the Fenix 5 Plus watch series hasn't got a place in the running watch world. When it comes to outdoor activity, the Fenix 5 Plus still delivers, thanks to the colour TopoActive maps and built-in 3-axis compass as well as the onboard altimeter.
The Fenix 5 Plus also has ClimbPro ascent management feature and an up to 7 days battery life in smartwatch mode. Not to mention the internal storage for music and the watch being Garmin Pay ready.
Best Garmin Enduro deals
Garmin Enduro 2
The Garmin Enduro 2 is a beast of an ultrarunner's watch that boasts even longer battery life, full TOPO maps support, touchscreen functionality, insanely rugged yet premium construction, and more. Plus, Garmin added several new features for free since the launch and will probably add a bunch more later. The Enduro 2 is the new king of outdoor watches.
Read our Garmin Enduro 2 review
From our review: "The Garmin Enduro is a future-proof GPS multisport watch that has an insanely-long battery life and some trail running-specific features that even non-trail runners will appreciate. If you are torn between the Fenix 6 and the Forerunner 945 and have this much money to spend on a running wearable, choose the Enduro instead. You won't be disappointed."
Read our Garmin Enduro review
Best Garmin Quantix deals
Garmin Quatix 6X Solar
For pleasure boaters with sizable craft, Garmin plotters and Fusion entertainment systems, the Garmin Quatix 6X Solar is an absolute no-brainer multisport watch buy. For dedicated coastal SUP/sailing/kayak folks, the Bluechart G3 mapping on offer here should be a convincer, and the battery life is compelling for absolutely anyone (as are the land-based activities, coaching tools and NASA-grade sensor array).
Read our full Garmin Quatix 6X Solar review
Best Garmin Instinct deals
Garmin Instinct Solar
The Instinct Solar builds on the rugged foundation of the original Instinct and adds solar charging and an updated Sony GPS chip, as well as battery management options. In theory, considering adequate sun exposure and setting the watch to battery-saver mode, the Garmin Instinct Solar can run indefinitely.
Read our full Garmin Instinct Solar review
The Garmin Instinct is still super popular, years after its initial release. It has a rugged exterior and is more affordable than a Fenix or an Enduro, even at RRP, let alone when there is a deal going on!
Best Garmin Forerunner deals
Garmin Forerunner 45
Garmin Forerunner 55
For beginner runners, I really wouldn’t recommend any other watch than the Forerunner 55: it’s light, capable, cheap and has more than enough features to track your runs with. The Forerunner 55 is the perfect wearable to guide you through the bumpy road that is in the early days of running training. It certainly gets the basics right!
Read our full Garmin Forerunner 55 review
Garmin Forerunner 245
The Forerunner 245 was designed with runners in mind – as the name would suggest. It might be one of the entry-level offerings from Garmin, but that doesn't mean it's not a competent running watch. On top of monitoring advanced running metrics, it also supports Garmin's adaptive training plan feature called Garmin Coach. With up to seven days of battery life in smartwatch mode, you can count on the Forerunner 245 not to die on you when you're out on the run.
Read our full Garmin Forerunner 245 review
Garmin Forerunner 255
The Garmin Forerunner 255 isn't just a running watch anymore – thanks to the addition of the triathlon sports mode, it's now a full-fledged triathlon watch. Among all the new features, heart rate variability stands out; it adds another layer to the extensive recovery and training features already included on the Forerunner 255. Not to mention the Race Widget and the new triathlon mode.
Read our full Garmin Forerunner 255S review (essentially, the same as the Forerunner 255, but smaller)
Garmin Forerunner 745
The Garmin Forerunner 745 is an advanced GPS multisport smartwatch for runners and triathletes featuring dozens of built-in activity profiles, including triathlon, pool swimming, track running and more. The Forerunner 745 uses the same algorithm (from Firstbeat Analytics) to measure and estimate VO2 max, training load, training status and aerobic and anaerobic training effects as the Garmin Forerunner 945 and even has the same screen, yet it is cheaper than the flagship model.
Read our full Garmin Forerunner 745 review
Garmin Forerunner 945
On top of having all the features of the Forerunner 245, the Garmin Forerunner 945's battery can last up to two weeks in smartwatch mode and 10 hours in GPS mode. It also has a function called Training Status, which monitors and evaluates your training activity and recommends both rest and training according to your fitness levels. This running watch is Garmin Pay ready and uses a multi-network system (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) to track location for ultimate precision.
Read our full Garmin Forerunner 945 review here