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Early Christmas: Every Fitbit Is On Sale!

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Whether you’re in a rush to finish your Christmas shopping or just want to prepare for a healthy New Year, this sale will put your feet to the fire. Fitbit is offering up to 33% off all its products, including its fitness trackers, premium smartwatches, and smart scales (bet you didn’t know those existed).

Here are all of Fitbit’s discounted products:

If you’re looking for the best deal here, you gotta get the Fitbit Sense. It’s Fitbit’s most powerful smartwatch, with a large full-color screen, contactless NFC payment support, and advanced health tracking features for your heart rate, stress, sleep, and blood oxygen saturation.

But if you’re just trying to track your health, exercise, and sleep on the cheap, the Fitbit Inspire 2 is your best bet. It’s just $70 during this sale but offers 24/7 heart rate monitoring, notifications, and a 10-day battery life.

Fitbit Inspire 2 Health & Fitness Tracker with a Free 1-Year Fitbit Premium Trial, 24/7 Heart Rate, Black/Black, One Size (S & L Bands Included)

Fitbit's most affordable fitness tracker is just $70 during today's sale. The Inspire 2 offers 24/7 heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and of course, fitness tracking. It has a 10-day battery life and it's swim-resistant.

Fitbit Sense Advanced Smartwatch with Tools for Heart Health, Stress Management & Skin Temperature Trends, Carbon/Graphite, One Size (S & L Bands Included)

Fitbit's most advanced product, the Sense smartwatch, is $100 off during today's sale. It packs all the health and fitness-tracking features you'd expect from a fitbit, plus built-in GPS for outdoor runs and hikes, Google Assistant and Alexa built-in, stress management tools, and contact-free payments over NFC.

Fitbit Ace 3 Activity Tracker for Kids 6+, Minions Special Edition, Yellow, One Size

Motivate kids to build healthy habits with the Fitbit Ace 3. It includes tons of parental control features, animated watch faces, and badges that kids can earn by meeting health and fitness goals.

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