These Cyber Monday ellipticals deals have just hours left to save you well over $1,500 on an amazing home workout machine. Sole ellipticals, ProForm crosstrainers, Echelon, NordicTrack, Technogym Synchro Forma… if you want a gym-worthy piece of kit to use in the comfort of your home to help you get fit for 2022, this is the page to scour.
Cyber Monday may be almost over, but we’re still committed to bringing you the best deals. Cross trainers on sale are hard to come by throughout the year, so these next few hours really are the best time to make the most of discounts on these workout machines.
Some of the very best elliptical machines are reduced right now, including the Sole E95 which is an enormous $1,800 cheaper at Dick’s Sporting Goods right now (opens in new tab) - a model that we gave the top spot in our cross trainer ranking. With adjustable stride length, a 17kg flywheel and magnetic resistance, it’s well worth the money even at full price – at this incredible offer, it’s a steal.
It’s not just premium models you’ll find included in our Cyber Monday elliptical deals round-up either. If you’re not fussed about a particular brand, you can find some brilliant cross trainers on sale for as little as $139.99!
With so many deals to choose from, we’d recommend considering the space you need to store your new elliptical machine—do you need a model that can be stored away or do you want smart features that let you stream live workouts to your cross trainer?
Whether you’re short on space or want a top-of-the-range machine, find all the best Cyber Monday elliptical deals below, but be quick because there are only hours left to save. Want other discounts on fitness machines? Head to our guides on Cyber Monday exercise bike deals, Cyber Monday treadmill deals, and Cyber Monday rowing machine deals.
Cyber Monday elliptical deals: US quick links to last deals
- Amazon: The latest deals from Body Power and Shape Health & Fitness with prices starting from $400 (opens in new tab)
- Best Buy: Save up to $1,000 on NordicTrack, Bowflex, and ProForm machines (opens in new tab)
- Dick's Sporting Goods: Huge discounts up to $1,000 on NordicTrack, Sow, and Bowflex elliptical machines (opens in new tab)
- Target: Get the best savings on Body Flex elliptical machines with prices from $230 (opens in new tab)
- Walmart: Save up to $300 on Euroco, NordicTrack, and MaxKare elliptical machines (opens in new tab)
Cyber Monday elliptical machine deals: UK quick links to last deals
- Amazon.co.uk: Shop all the latest elliptical machine deals, including NordicTrack (opens in new tab)
- John Lewis: Pick up some excellent home workout equipment from this well-loved British retailer with prices starting from £459 (opens in new tab)
- Argos: The latest elliptical machines with prices from £190 and convenient delivery options (opens in new tab)
Cyber Monday elliptical deals 2021: All the final deals
Don't miss your chance on bagging yourself a fantastic Cyber Monday elliptical deal, saving you money now.
Cyber Monday elliptical machine deals in the US
Sole E95 Elliptical Machine | was $3,399.99 | now $1,799.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab)
Save 50% on our official best elliptical machine! The Sole E95 comes with 20 levels of resistance, adjustable strides, a 17kg flywheel for added resistance... and at this discount, it won't last long. Get it now!
ProForm Carbon EL | was $999.99, now $499.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This ProForm Carbon EL will give you access to a 30-day iFIT membership and track your power output via a 5-inch display window. Pump up your elliptical workout with a 20-degree incline adjustable setting and save $500 on this great addition to your home gym.
NordicTrack Commercial 12.9 | was $1,499.99, now $1,199.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Enjoy an immersive workout aided by an iFit trainer with this NordicTrack Commercial 12.9 Elliptical machine. Swipe through your performance, distance and calories burned via the 10-inch HD touchscreen and get the cross trainer today for $300 cheaper.
ProForm - Carbon HIIT H7 - Black | was $1,999.99, now $999.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Start working out your upper and lower body with this ProForm Carbon HIIT H7. Enjoy your elliptical workout on this machine with interactive video coaching from a ProForm trainer, plus a 30-day iFIT membership trial. Save a total of $1,000 before this deal ends.
ProForm - Carbon E7 | was $1,999.99, now $999.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Stream immersive on-demand workout videos via a 30-day iFit membership with this ProForm Carbon E7 elliptical machine. Its 7” smart HD touchscreen will provide workout stats across any other iFit-compatible equipment so that no workout goes unrecorded. Buy this now and save $1,000.
Bowflex Max Trainer M9 | was $2,499.99, now $1,699.99 now at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save room with this Bowflex Max Trainer M9 which is designed for smaller spaces but still there to help you hit your targets with built-in coaching and you can even watch your favorite shows on Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video on the console screen as you train. This cross trainer is $800 cheaper today!
ProForm - PRO 9.9 | was $1,099.99, now $799.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $300 right now on this ProForm PRO 9.9 elliptical machine includes top class fitness technology alongside trainer-created programs to ensure you can workout your whole body while burning calories. The frame is backed by a lifetime warranty and you can get this machine for.
ProForm - Pro HIIT H14 | was $2,999.99, now $1,399.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Enjoy the ultimate workout with this cross trainer from ProForm for a whole $1,600 less. Benefit from a full-body workout using up to 26 resistance levels and a 5-inch elliptical path. Not only is this a great deal, but it also includes a 30-day iFIT membership that will offer you unique tips from professional trainers.
Get yourself a bargain and workout your whole body with this SKONYON Elliptical Machine. It promises a quiet workout with a digital monitor display and pulse rate grips to track your workout stats. This elliptical machine is now $380 cheaper!
Body Flex BR2117 Cardio Body Champ Body Rider 2 in 1 Dual Elliptical Trainer | $343.99, now $249.99 at Target (opens in new tab)
This space-saving machine offers eight levels of resistance and comes with a handlebar heart rate monitor. The built-in display console monitors your time, calories burnt, speed, and distance. Save an impressive $94 on this elliptical machine before the sale ends!
Sportop E80 | was $1,121.99, now $799.99 at Target (opens in new tab)
With 16 intensity levels, 12 workout programs, and four user profiles, this elliptical machine is a great choice for multi-user households. With an LCD screen for checking your progress and a heart rate monitor, you can grab it now at an incredible 29% off.
Marcy NS-40501E | was $308.99, now $229.99 at Target (opens in new tab)
This affordable machine offers whole-body workouts, is compact, and even comes with a battery-powered display. The budget-friendly option is now 26% cheaper at Target, so get this comfortable, compact machine without breaking the bank now!
Sole E35 | was $2,599.99, now $1,599.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab)
The Sole E35 is an elliptical machine with Bluetooth speakers for audio streaming, a heart rate monitor chest strap, tablet holder, and 20 levels of resistance. Dick's Sporting Goods has taken an incredible $1,000 off the ticket price, so pick up this connected and quiet machine at a great price while you can.
NordicTrack Commercial 14.9 | was $2,299.99, now $1,999.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab)
NordicTrack's connected exercise equipment is some of the best around. This machine can adjust to 20% incline, has silent magnetic resistance for quiet workouts, and has a 14-inch HD touchscreen. Plus, there’s a free 30-day membership to iFIT virtual workout classes. Save $300 now!
Nautilus E618 | was $1,999.99, now $1,399.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab)
This elliptical machine comes with 29 workout programs, 25 levels of resistance, and a heart rate monitoring chest strap. You can even set up to four user profiles, so your whole household can train. Save $600 before the deal ends.
Euroco Elliptical Trainer | was $499, now $188 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
This budget-friendly option offers eight levels of magnetic resistance, a touch screen LED for workout tracking, wheels for easy storage. The Euroco elliptical machine was already one of the most affordable, but this huge discount saves you $311!
Gymax Elliptical Machine | was $279.99, now $179.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab)
Get a fat-blasting workout with the Gymax Elliptical Machine. The digital display shows exercise stats, there are grips for heart rate monitoring, and the unit is easy to move around. Grab this Gymax machine for $100 off right now.
Stamina InMotion Compact Elliptical | was $199.99, now $139.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab)
This space-saving elliptical can be stored out of sight when not in use. The pedal-only design means you can stay active at your desk or by your couch, and you can manually adjust the resistance. Right now, save 30% on this compact elliptical machine.
Cyber Monday elliptical machine deals in the UK
Reebok Cross Trainer | was £600, now £399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This cross trainer is nearly 33% cheaper today at Amazon. Designed to work smoothly, this machine has 20 built-in regimes to mix up your workouts. An LCD screen also allows you to track your fitness progress. Don’t miss out on this massive saving!
JLL CT200 Home Cross Trainer | was £239.99, now £199.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The JLL cross trainer is perfect for home workout use since it is easily transported. With varying resistance levels and screen display settings showing your performance stats this is an ideal addition to your home gym saving you £40.00.
Cubii Seated Elliptical Trainer | was £189.99, now £169.99 at Argos (opens in new tab)
Short on space? This compact, unique elliptical can be tucked under your desk, has 8 resistance levels, and a built-in LCD for exercise tracking. It's light enough to take out of the house too. Buy now to save on this portable workout companion.
V-fit Aet2 | was £169, now £149 at Robert Dyas (opens in new tab)
Two AA batteries power this machine's display, so you can put it anywhere in your home. The lightweight unit has a built-in LCD and durable frame. Save right now on this affordable elliptical trainer for a budget-friendly way to stay fit.
JTX Strider-X7 | was £499, now £399 at JTX Fitness (opens in new tab)
With 16 resistance levels, 21 programs, and wheels for storage, this elliptical is incredible value. It even integrates with Polar heart rate chest strap monitors and uses the company's tech for the built-in handlebar sensors. Buy right now to save £100 on this fat-burning elliptical!
Life Fitness E5 | was £3,945, now £3,695 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
If you're after a durable elliptical machine, the Life Fitness E5 is a gym and fitness center staple. With quiet operation, a 3-year guarantee, and 20 resistance levels, you'll have a fitness companion for years. Right now, you can save £250 on this premium elliptical.
KETTLER Cross M | was £549, now £459 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
With eight resistance levels, an LCD for workout stats, and built-in heart rate sensors, the Cross M has everything you need to get started. The budget-friendly elliptical machine is now £90 off, saving you over 15% until the deal ends.
NordicTrack SpaceSaver SE7i Folding Elliptical | was £999, now £849 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
A great option if you're after an iFit-compatible foldable elliptical machine. It also supports chest strap heart rate monitors, has 24 resistance levels up to 8% incline, and has 24 built-in routines. Save £150 on one of the most affordable NordicTrack machines today!
Why get an elliptical machine during 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 kcals 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 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 due to be slashed on all sorts of models over the Black Friday 2021 period, now is the time to invest.
When do elliptical machines go on sale?
Cyber Monday will take place on November 29th this year but it isn’t unheard of to see retailers offering cut-price deals from the beginning of November - as we’re already seeing. Black Friday elliptical machine deals tend to remain available through Cyber Monday up until mid-december but this varies and isn’t always guaranteed. If you spot a great deal, we’d recommend grabbing it while you can rather than waiting to see if the price drops even further so that you don’t miss out.
You may find find the bigger, more popular brands can still cost a fare bit but always check how much you would have paid pre-Cyber Monday for a top of the range elliptical machine, before putting off the idea. Even the smallest discounts still make a difference and can make one of the cheaper options even more desirable if you are tied to a budget.
Most importantly, try to look at any Cyber Monday elliptical machine deal and look for a model that ticks each box of what you specifically want in a cross trainer. This could be: how big or small a screen you would like to use when working out, or it could be how supportive the foot pedals are, or you might like it to include assisted workout programmes. Little things like this will help narrow your decision down and find you the best deal for you.
Stephanie is Editor of Fit&Well. With 15 years experience, 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 has been a keen netballer since her school days. She currently plays with her London-based team, Cool Runnings, and is also a qualified Level 2 Netball Coach. Stephanie recently started strength training, 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!