Best Cyber Monday treadmill deals: Save over 50% on running machines today only

These Cyber Monday treadmill bargains are available now, so don't miss out!

Cyber Monday treadmill deals
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Looking to complete your home gym set-up with a trusty treadmill? Now is the time to strike, as Cyber Monday is here. It's still early doors, but treadmill deals are already popping up all over the place - allowing you to pick up top-quality machines at frankly insane discounts.

It's undeniable that 2020 was the year that the home gym came into its own. Across the US and all over the world, fitness fanatics turned guest rooms, garages and living rooms into their own personal workout space. And what is a gym without the very best treadmill?

With many retailers getting a head start on the holiday season deals, we've seen some cracking deals. For example, in the US the SOLE F80 Treadmill has $1,000 slashed from the price of the top-quality exercise machine. 

This is the best place to start looking for a new treadmill. Hit the ground running (boom, boom) with our round-up of the very best running machine offers available right now. And for more offers, be sure to check out our Cyber Monday fitness deals page! Alternatively if you're looking for fitness gifts to give this Christmas, we've got those too.

US Cyber Monday treadmill deals

The best US treadmill Cyber Monday deals available now

Star Deal

SOLE F80 Treadmill | was $2,799.99 | now $1,599.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods

Ringing in at just 99 cents more than the Bowflex is the Sole F80. It features 10 pre-programmed workouts - one more than the Bowflex - and has a 9.0" LCD display, quick handle adjustment controls, and built-in Bluetooth audio technology.View Deal

ProForm SMART Power 995i Treadmill | was $2,000 | now $999 at Best Buy
Save over 50% on this world-class treadmill at Best Buy. With 30 onboard workouts, a 6-inch display screen, a 3.0 CHP commercial motor, grips that include heart rate sensors and a hefty 20" by 60" tread belt, there's plenty of room to move on this awesome treadmill. Bring the gym to you and save over $1,000. View Deal

XTERRA Fitness TRX3500 Folding Treadmill | was $1,599.99 | now $799.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods

This machine has all the premium features you want in a good treadmill: a large 20” X 60” running surface, 6.5” Blue Backlit LCD display, easy-to-use speed and incline controls, and 30 pre-set programs. And to top it all off, this particular model is foldable, meaning it will take up less space when not in use.View Deal

Bowflex BXT116 Treadmill | was $2,399.99 | now $1,599 at Best Buy
Want even more for your buck? This awesome Bowflex treadmill will set you back a bit more, but its compact nature with the Softdrop folding system and beefy 3.7CHP motor sets it apart from its big competitors. There's only nine workout modes, but handrails with integrated controls allow you to tweak your workout easily and a media station (with USB port) is included. View Deal

Living Essentials ETMGY0139 2 in 1 Foldable Electric Treadmill | was  $539.99 | now $419.99 at Target

If you're short on space, this is the treadmill for you. The fully foldable design is perfect for stowing under the couch or your bed, so you only have to look at it when you want to use it. It covers all the basics, allowing you to keep track of your time, speed, distance, calories, and step progress on the interactive LCD display and monitor.View Deal

Horizon Fitness T101 Treadmill | was $999.99 | now $649.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods

Sitting in the gap (both in terms of price and performance) between the Sole model and the Living Essential machine is the T101 treadmill. The motor delivers speeds of up to 10mph, with inclines of up to 10%. It's super easy to set-up too, with assembly taking no more than 30 minutes.View Deal

Freemotion SMARTSERIES t10.9b REFLEX Treadmill | was $8,999 | now $5,399 at Best Buy

If you have the money and the space, then why not splash out on this gym-standard, top-of-the-line, daddy of a treadmill? What makes the Freemotion SMARTSERIES t10.9b worth the spend is its patented Reflex cushioning deck, which reduces impact to help you run longer and stronger - and avoid injury. It also offers a hefty 44 built-in workout programs, guaranteeing variety each time you exercise.View Deal

UK Cyber Monday treadmill deals

The best UK Cyber Monday treadmill deals

Bluefin Fitness KICK Innovative High-Speed Folding Treadmill | was £749.99 | now £549.99 on Amazon
Quiet, simple to use and versatile, the Bluefin even flods up for convenient storage. The belt can travel up to 20km/h and provide gradients of up to 15%, while the unique Aero-damping system makes every stride as smooth & low impact as possible. View Deal

DKN Endurun folding treadmill | was £2199.99 | now £1499.00 from
The DKN Endurun is a folding treadmill designed for serious runners. With a 53cm (21") by 151cm (60") deck with a cushioning system, all essential workout feedback is shown on the console via brilliant white LED displays.View Deal

Reebok GT40S Treadmill | was £899.99 | now £549.99 from Sports Direct
Save £350 on this Reebok treadmill, with a 16kmh max speed and three zones of contact on its spacious deck. It comes pre-equipped with 40 workout programmes.View Deal

Reebok SL8.0 Treadmill | was £1,750.00 | now £1,249.99 from Sports Direct
Save £500 on the above Reebok's bigger sibling, with a cooling fan, 18 levels of power incline and a 4HP AC motor with 20kph max speed. It boasts an integrated internet enabled system featuring apps such as Netflix, Facebook and YouTube built-in.View Deal

Why use a treadmill? 

The best treadmills help you exercise by providing a consistent surface, allowing you to pick and choose the gradient of your run so you can measure your progress more exactly than any road-run. In addition, the soft tread of the machines provide a softer, more even surface, putting you less at risk of injury and joint pain than the sudden elevations and concrete you get in real life. 

Key features to look for when considering which treadmill to invest in include top speed (which generally range from 12-22km/hr), incline setting (anything around 10-15% will significantly raise your heart rate) and belt length. The latter is important to consider in relation to your stride length - something you can learn more about at a gait analysis.

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Matt Evans
Matt Evans

Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. 

Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.