Cheap fitness tracker deals: discounts on Fitbit, Garmin, and more

These cheap fitness tracker deals help you keep tabs on your health and fitness without breaking the bank

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Many of us are on the lookout for cheap fitness tracker deals—you don't want to spend more than you have to on the latest health-monitoring tech, after all. We'll help you sort through the noise to find the top money-saving fitness tracker deals available right now.

Whether you're after one of the best Fitbit deals to monitor your health and fitness or a physically smaller alternative to the best running watches, there's a cheap fitness tracker out there that'll suit your needs.

Although there are budget-conscious options that usually retail for far less than their better-known competitors, you can also find significant savings on the latest wearables from Fitbit, Garmin, and many others.

Fitbit devices launched the fitness tracker market, thanks to their easy to use controls, long battery life, and accessible app to view your health and fitness data. Meanwhile, Garmin made a name for itself as the cardio fan's favorite wearable.

We've rounded up the top cheap fitness tracker deals available today to help you save on some high-quality fitness wearables to keep tabs on your general health and workout performance without breaking the bank. 

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The best cheap fitness tracker deals

Fitbit Inspire 2

Fitbit Inspire 2 fitness tracker


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Granted, it might not (usually) be the cheapest of the many fitness tracker deals you can find, but it is one of the best. There’s a premium design, great screen, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking workout options and activity tracking and it’s also compatible with Android and iOS. It's absolutely the best value for money you'll find in a Fitbit. 

You get full waterproof credentials and a battery life of around 10 days, almost double that of the previous model, the Fitbit Inspire HR. days. Simple styling and a lightweight construction makes it suitable for all sorts of wrists. No GPS though.

Fitbit Luxe

Fitbit Luxe

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The Fitbit Luxe is a little pricier, and more stylish. With an array of band options from functional to stylish jewellery-inspired-pieces, the Luxe is Fitbit's latest tracker and its attempt to turn wristbands into a fashion statement. 

That's not to say it's a slouch in the metrics department. A bigger 19.3mm AMOLED screen is gorgeous in its presentation, and its 24/7 heart rate tracking, sleep data, calorie counter, and Fitbit's usual suite of workout features are all available on your wrist. It also contains Fitbit Sense's stress management feature, scoring you based on three sets of metrics. A shorter battery life than the Inspire 2, however, at only five days. 

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Huawei Band 3 pro

Fitness tracker deals: Huawei Band 3 Pro

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Bag a cheap deal on the Huawei Band 3 Pro and you’ll be able to enjoy a host of features. The screen looks a treat, there’s on-board GPS along with a pinpoint accurate heart rate tracker, activity tracking and a battery life of 14 days standby. It’ll work in harmony with Android and iOS, while the overall design and feel is one of understated quality.

Honor Band 6

Honor Band 6


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This is a bona fide bargain-basement fitness tracker, which for small change comes packed with quite a lot of decent tech. The Honor Band 6 design and build is fine, but the likes of a quality screen, heart rate tracker, activity monitoring and waterproof to 5 metres capability means you can use it for swim tracking too. Step and sleep tracking add to the appeal while there’s 14 days or so of low use battery power, which makes it hugely practical.

Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 5

Best fitness trackers: Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 5


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Another cheap-as-chips usual suspect, the Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 5 is one you can find in lots of fitness tracker deals roundups, that comes with a solid AMOLED screen along with battery life of up to 20 days, Bluetooth, compatibility with iOS and Android plus the ability to fend off water. The device is reasonably good on the eyes, it’s very light and allows you to check your fitness levels using a variety of workout options.

Garmin Vivofit 4

Fitness tracker deals: Garmin Vivofit 4

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Garmin’s glorious little Vivofit 4, unlike the oldie-but-goodie Garmin Vivosport, boasts an always-on colour display and despite that the battery life is one whole year. The slimline design is compatible with iOS and Android plus there’s Bluetooth. Features-wise you can keep track of steps, distance, calories and sleep too. There’s no heart rate tracking or GPS, but the price reflects any minor shortcomings. Amazingly, it's still swim-proof too.

Honor Band 5 Sport

Fitness tracker deals: Honor Band 5 Sport

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If you're a runner on a budget then chase down the Honor Band 5 Sport. There’s a simple screen and, although you don't get heart rate monitoring or GPS, it is possible to keep tabs on run and step tracking while enjoying battery life of up to two weeks. It’s a no frills affair, but the little Honor makes perfect sense as a secondary activity tracking device.

Amazfit Blip

Fitness tracker deals: Amazfit Bip

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This is a great deal if you want pseudo Apple Watch looks combined with excellent value. It’s got a few of the usual fitness tracking capabilities and also sports battery life of around a month on one charge. The budget wearable also delivers push notifications, has Bluetooth and offers decent though limited workout tracking. Ideal for anyone wanting an Apple Watch, but who can’t afford one.

Samsung Galaxy Fit e

Fitness tracker deals: Samsung Galaxy Fit e

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Samsung has done a good job with this, the Galaxy Fit e as it’s definitely cheap, but still manages to squeeze accurate activity tracking, heart rate monitoring and a week’s worth of battery life inside the Android and iOS compatible design. The looks are clean and simple plus it's waterproof too, even though GPS is not a part of the package unfortunately.

Samsung Galaxy Fit

Fitness tracker deals: Samsung Galaxy Fit

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Spend a little bit more and you can bag yourself a bargain on the Samsung Galaxy Fit. This model features a neat looking screen, has a heart rate tracker and can keep you up to date on your activities too. It’s also waterproof, has a battery life of just over a week and works happily with Android or iOS. The lack of GPS is a downside, but there’s still tracking for the likes of running, swimming and cycling. Get a decent deal on it and the Samsung Galaxy Fit is a bit of a steal.

Withings move

Fitness tracker deals: Withings move

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If you like the look of conventional watches with analogue faces then the Withings Move is a great idea. It's got traditional styling but packs in sleep tracking and basic fitness tracking too, plus connected GPS if you want to take your phone on a run for company. Battery life is up to 18 months, which is staggering and it's also waterproof to 50 metres.

Fossil Sport

Fitness tracker deals: Fossil Sport

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Fossil has done a great job with the design and build of the Sport. It looks cool, is lightweight but still manages to feature an awesome AMOLED touchscreen. You get heart rate monitoring, GPS, sleep tracking and smartphone notifications. Battery life is a not bad 24 hours or so and there’s even Google Pay. On top of all that it's water resistant to a very precise 164 feet. So do NOT descend to 165 feet, whatever you do.

James Frew
Staff Writer

James is a London-based journalist and Staff Writer at Fit&Well. He has over five years experience in fitness tech, including time spent as the Buyer’s Guide Editor and Staff Writer at technology publication MakeUseOf. In 2014 he was diagnosed with a chronic health condition, which spurred his interest in health, fitness, and lifestyle management.


In the years since, he has become a devoted meditator, experimented with workout styles and exercises, and used various gadgets to monitor his health. In recent times, James has been absorbed by the intersection between mental health, fitness, sustainability, and environmentalism. When not concerning himself with health and technology, James can be found excitedly checking out each week’s New Music Friday releases.


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