Fitbit Prime Day 2019 deals: Charge 3 gets a second discount

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Update: Well, that's a wrap for Fitbit Prime Day 2019 until next year. Cast your gaze over to Fitbit Black Friday 2019 for your deals needs.

Amazon Prime Day 2019 is now here and there have already been some substantial Fitbit deals in both the US and UK. You don't want to miss these.

In the UK, we've just seen the Fitbit Charge 3 get a second discount on day two, dropping from an already discounted £95, down even further to a new record low £88.99. If you're in the UK you might be interested in the Fitbit Ionic, now just $169.95.

We'll be listing all the best Fitbit deals from Amazon in both the UK and the US and keeping this page updated throughout the sale.

Already there are massive savings on the Fitbit Versa, Fitbit Inspire and Fitbit Charge 3. Scroll on down to find the absolute best picks, broken down by Amazon UK and Amazon US.

Don't forget to sign up for a Prime trial if you're not already a member as Prime Day is exclusive to members. We'll also be keeping a keen eye on other retailers looking to compete over the Prime Day period.

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Best Fitbit Prime Day deals (UK)

Fitbit Versa

Fitbit Versa Special Edition

Fitbit Versa Lite

Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition

Fitbit Charge 3

Best Fitbit Prime Day deals (US)

Fitbit Versa Lite

Fitbit Inspire

Fitbit Ionic

What to expect in the Amazon Prime Day 2019 Fitbit sales


We were here picking out the best Fitbit deals from Amazon Prime Day 2018, as well as keeping an eye on prices year round, so we can make some educated predictions about what will appear this year and what deals we can expect.

Take the Fitbit Ionic. Fitbit's first smartwatch was $50 off last year, taking it down to $249 for Prime Day 2018. We've regularly seen the Fitbit Ionic drop as low as $199 in the months since then, so Amazon will likely pull something big out the bag and beat its Black Friday low price.

The Fitbit Alta HR was one of the best discounts of last year's Prime Day. We saw it on sale for just $89.95, a saving of $65. Now, the Fitbit Alta HR has been replaced by the more budget-friendly Fitbit Inspire HR, which has a retail price of $99.95.

We reckon the Inspire HR might drop as low as $60 this year. Amazon will be wanting to clear the last of its Alta HR stock, so it could potentially be had for a ridiculously low price, too.

The other big discount was the Fitbit Charge 2, which was down $30 to $119.95. Like the Alta HR, a new model has been released in the following months in the form of the Fitbit Charge 3.

We've seen the Fitbit Charge 3 being sold for as low as $109 this year (albeit on the rare occasion rather fleetingly), so we think Amazon will have to at the minimum match this price if not drop below $100 for the first time. That's a fantastic price for an excellent fitness tracker.

Needless to say, there is bound to be plenty of Fitbit deals this Prime Day 2019, so be sure to come back to this page as we'll be listing the very best for both Amazon US and Amazon UK.

If you're currently in the dark about all the fuss around Prime Day, be sure to read our Amazon Prime Day 2019 super page. Here we answer all the questions you might have about Prime Day 2019. We'll also be using this page to list all the very best wearables deals from the world beyond Fitbit. So expect fitness trackers and smartwatches from everyone else, as well as VR bargains and more.

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Richard Easton


Before joining Wareable, Richard was Wearables and Fitness editor and then commercial content editor at Trusted Reviews.

He's also written for Expert Reviews and Computer Shopper magazine, covering every aspect of the tech world.

Richard still reviews tech to this day, with a particularly keen interest in where wearables are going around strength performance and conditioning.

He's now your go to writer for all of the best deals and discounts. You'll otherwise find him powerlifting in a gym somewhere.

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