By Patrick Farmer published 14 days ago
Right now, you could save 37% on Fitbit Inspire 2.
(Image credit: Fitbit)
Another great Walmart deal has just come down the pipeline, and this time it’s a hefty discount on one of the best Fitbits around. If you want a great fitness tracker without all the bells and whistles (and price tag) of a smartwatch, you can’t do much better than a device like the Fitbit Inspire 2. The easy-to-use wearable, which typically costs around $99, is currently on sale for $63 at Walmart, an impressive price drop of over 35%. The one potential drawback to the deal is that it’s only available for the Desert Rose version of the device.
Even so, that price tag is a good bit cheaper than the competition: Amazon is currently selling the Fitbit Inspire 2 for $82(opens in new tab), which might be worth considering if you’re willing to pay extra to get the white or black version of the fitness tracker. No matter which deal you choose, you can rest easy knowing you’re getting a comfortable, lightweight fitness tracker that doesn’t skimp on high-tech features, like a 24/7 heart rate monitor and over 20 exercise modes.
Another nice thing about the Inspire 2 is that it comes with a free year of Fitbit Premium, a fitness app that offers guided exercises, meditations, and more. That’s a pretty fantastic value in its own right — just don’t forget to cancel the renewal in a year’s time if you don’t want to pay the $80 annual fee.
Walmart deal of the day
Fitbit Inspire 2:
$99.95 $63 at Walmart
Walmart is currently dropping 37% off the retail price of the Fitbit Inspire 2, a lightweight, easy-to-use fitness tracker that comes complete with 24/7 heart monitoring, up to 10 days of battery life, and free access to the fitness app Fitbit Premium for a year (an additional $80 value). The deal is only available for the Desert Rose version of the device. VIEW DEAL
Fitness trackers are specifically designed to do just that: monitor and track your fitness routine. If you want a wearable that can do that and much, much more, perhaps it’s time to take a look at our list of the best smartwatches for fitness.
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Patrick (he/him) is a Deals and Commerce Writer at Android Central. In his past life as a freelancer, he covered everything from book reviews to buying guides, and now he’s finally settled down with the goal of saving you money. When he’s not writing, Patrick is probably hiking the Colorado wilderness, sipping on craft beer, or hanging out with his polydactyl cat. MORE ABOUT…Samsung Galaxy Watch 5: Everything we know so farUpgrade your home theater for just $100 with the Roku Memorial Day saleLATESTHelm Audio’s $99 Bolt DAC is the easiest way to get better audio out of your phone