There's no deals on the Fitbit Inspire, Inspire HR or Ace 2 fitness trackers, though those new Fitbits already sit below the $100 price mark, so that's not all that surprising. To unlock the deals, you'll need to use the code SPLASH on the Fitbit website when it's time to pay up. Fitbit is also offering free 2-day shipping (in the US) when you spend more than $50. So that covers all of the wearables in the sale. The Summer Sale runs until 11.59pm Pacific Time on 20 July, so you've got a fair few days to decide whether it's finally time to treat yo self to a new Fitbit.
The Fitbit sale is still going strong, with big deals on pretty much every fitness tracker and smartwatch between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Also make sure you bookmark our main Black Friday wearable tech deals page for all the big savings on fitness trackers, smartwatches, running watches and more.
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