Deal: Fitbit Fitness Trackers & Other Gadgets Up To $50 Off – Prime Day 2018

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Fitbit, a name that's essentially synonymous with the fitness tracker industry, is jumping on Amazon's Prime Day bandwagon several hours earlier than expected, having resolved to discount the entirety of its gadget portfolio by up to $50. The company is now offering some 20-percent off on everything from the Charge 2, Ace, Alta, and Alta HR wearables, to the Ionic smartwatch, Flyer wireless headphones, and even the Aria 2 smart scale.

Amid today's sea of great tech deals, Fitbit's sale stands out by providing consumers with an extremely accessible entry point into the world of smart fitness. The San Francisco-based company made a name for itself with high-quality products which are rarely the cheapest options in any segment but are still being widely recommended as some of the best fitness tracking solutions on the planet, so hefty discounts make them all the more attractive. There's still no word on how long Fitbit's Prime Day sale will last, though there's a good chance the firm's stock ends up being depleted in a matter of hours, so acting quickly is the best course of action if you're looking to get into the wearable game while still realizing significant savings.

Those who are completely new to fitness trackers should look toward the Alta HR and Charge 2 before committing to more premium and feature-packed devices such as Fitbit's Ionic smartwatch, though there's something here for everyone. The company even discounted its kid-friendly Ace wearable and is now offering it at an all-time low price of $79.95. Refer to the Amazon banner below for a comprehensive look at all of Fitbit's Prime Day 2018 deals.

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