The Fitbit Versa is now $169.95, which is down from $199.95. You can also save on the Versa Special Edition, which is $199.95, down from $229.95. The Special Edition gives you the added feature of contactless payments if you're wondering what the biggest difference is between the two Versa smartwatches.
If you're on the hunt for a fitness tracker, Fitbit's flagship Charge 3 also gets some discount love and is available for $119.95, down from $149.95. The Charge 3 Special Edition is also down to $139.95 from $169.95 giving you Fitbit Pay for contactless payments along with all the usual Charge 3 features.
Last up is the Fitbit Ionic, the company's first smartwatch with the standard Ionic now $199.95 (down from $249.95) and the Ionic adidas edition down to $229.95 from $279.95. The adidas edition essentially gives you a different strap, some adidas-themed watch faces and some training software extras. Everything else is the same as the standard Ionic.
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.
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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.
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