Cyber Monday elliptical deals: Last chance price drops on top-rated cross trainers!

These Cyber Monday elliptical deals prices are not to be missed - buy you'll need to hurry!

Cyber Monday elliptical deals: build your home gym for less
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The Cyber Monday elliptical deals are still going strong - for now!

The annual holiday season shopping bonanza continues over the weekend as we hit Cyber Monday, with many great discounts and deals still available.

If you've been considering adding an elliptical to your home gym set-up (or you're looking for extra special fitness gifts to give this Christmas), then don't delay - now is the time to do it, as these prices won't last much longer. We've seen price cuts of up to $1,000 and more on ellipticals from retailers including Best Buy, Target and Dick's Sporting Goods in the US, and Amazon and Sports Direct in the UK.

Models on offer include many by brands in in our pick of the best elliptical machines. One of our top picks is the ProForm Carbon HIIT H14, which currently has a massive $1,400 off at Best Buy-  meaning this top-of-the-range items of gym equipment can be yours for less.

We'll be keeping a close eye on all the offers over the weekend, and sharing all the best elliptical deals here so that you get the best machine for the best price. And if you're looking for other cardio machines, check out our Cyber Monday rowing machine deals, Cyber Monday treadmill deals and Cyber Monday exercise bike deals pages. Plus you'll find ALL the best deals in our dedicated hub.

US Cyber Monday elliptical deals

Cyber Monday elliptical deals: the best discounts live now

ProForm Carbon HIIT H14 Elliptical Trainer | Was $2,999 | Now $1,599 | Saving $1,400 at Best Buy

Not only does this top-rate elliptical have a 14-inch HD touchscreen, you also get a year's iFit subscription included to watch on said screen - nice! There's also 2 resistance levels to help you find your beast mode, plus dual 2" Bluetooth speakers, and a 5" horizontal and 10" vertical elliptical stride path.View Deal

Bowflex Results Series BXE216 elliptical | Was $2,599.99 | Now $1,799.99 | Saving $800.99 at Best Buy
The Bowflex BXE216 features a high-tech burn rate console, 25 resistance levels and integrated Bluetooth technology so you can connect with online training apps such as Explore The World to help you burn calories like never before.View Deal

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Horizon Fitness EX59 Elliptical | Was $999.99 | Now $599.99 | Saving $400 at Dick's Sporting Goods

Also on sale around the $600 mark is this Horizon Fitness machine. This one has lower pedals, making it easier to hop on and off - and also great for fitting into rooms with low ceilings. There's also 10 levels of magnetic resistance and built-in Bluetooth speakers.View Deal

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Body Flex Sports Body Power Trio Trainer | Was $499.99 | Now $339.49 | Saving $160.50 at Target

You get three machines for the (incredibly low) price of one with this model: a cross trainer, an upright stationary bike and a recumbent bike (where you ride in a laid-back position). It's easy to switch between the three different functions, so you can save the sweat session for your workout and not set-up.View Deal

ProForm 895 CSE Smart Strider Elliptical | Was $1,999.99 | Now £1,099.99 | Saving $900 at Dick's Sporting Goods

Yes, it's yet another ProForm model - but then, they are one of the leading elliptical brands. This one comes with a 7’’ full-color touchscreen display, 18 lb. flywheel, 32 built-in workout apps designed by certified personal trainers and a one-year iFit membership included in the price. Nice.View Deal

UK Cyber Monday elliptical machine deals

NordicTrack FS71 Freestride 3-in-1 elliptical trainer | was £2,199.00 | now £1,799.00 at
Save £500 on this amazing machine, designed to carry the benefits of a treadmill, stepper and elliptical machine all in one. An innovative design with suspended footplates creating a "floating on air" situation, with revolutionary pedals capable of moving in different ways.View Deal

DKN XC-190 elliptical cross-trainer | was £1,199.00 | now £799 at
Fitness superstore sweatband is a great albeit lesser-known place to shop top ellipticals. This DKN offering offers a huge 32 levels of resistance, is quiet as an early morning run and takes age, gender, weight and height into account.View Deal

Best cheap elliptical

Reebok Astroride A40 Cross Trainer | was £350 | now £299 at Sports Direct
Save a cool £50 on this simple but effective cross trainer. With eight manual resistance levels, a 5.5 LCD display and three pre-programmed targets, it's a real competitor at this lower price point.View Deal

ONETWOFIT Magnetic Elliptical Trainer | was £259.99 | now £237.99 at Amazon
A great sub-£250 elliptical machine, the magnetic resistance offers eight levels of bite, integrated pulse sensor displayed on the LCD monitor, and a strong, sturdy construction. Hit the "voucher" tickbox to get the discount.View Deal

Why get an elliptical machine this Cyber Monday?

Ellipticals are one of the undisputed best exercise machines to lose weight. They absolutely torch calories, burning anywhere between 500 and 1,000 cals an hour, depending on your body weight.

Why are they so effective? Well, elliptical machines combine both cardiovascular exercise (i.e. getting your heart rate up) and resistance training - that's any exercise where you lift or pull against resistance. What's more, ellipticals make your legs and your arms work, so you're getting a full-body workout. And boy, will you feel it!

For many, cross trainers are preferred to other machines such as treadmills because they offer a lower-impact workout - a big plus if you have issues or concerns regarding your joints.

Of course, elliptical machines aren't the cheapest of home fitness buys - but, with prices slashed over the Cyber Monday period, now is the time to invest.

Stephanie Wood
Stephanie Wood

Stephanie is Editor of Fit&Well. She has previously worked for titles including Woman&Home, MSN and Stylist, covering all aspects of women’s lifestyle including health and fitness. Her preferred way of staying fit and well is sport: she regularly plays tennis and is obsessed with netball, which she's played since the age of seven. She currently plays with her London-based team, Cool Runnings, and is also a qualified Level 2 Netball Coach. During lockdown, Stephanie started strength training at home, and can now regularly be seen hobbling around her local area as DOMS kicks in. Happily, she’s since discovered the joy of recovery days. As a result, her top fitness tip is: invest in a foam roller!