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  • Among the popular items people look for in January are fitness trackers, so we’ve checked out the best prices for 10 fitness trackers from two top-selling brands – Fitbit and Garmin.

    Fitness trackers are essentially high-tech pedometers that measure the steps you make in a day, and sync with phone apps to give more data. Mid-range ones also monitor your sleep and heart rate too (for a more accurate calorie reading) and premium ones have GPS which can map your route while running or cycling and can have other functions and smartwatch capabilities.

    MSE founder Martin Lewis averaged 23,513 steps a day in 2018 – see Martin's steps blog for how he did it – and if you're thinking of getting one to help with your New Year's resolutions, here’s a price rundown of 10 Fitbit and Garmin trackers. There are cheaper brands out there, but these are the best prices from the big brand models, last checked on Tue 15 Jan.

    This is a comparison of prices and listed features, but we haven't tried out the trackers ourselves to test how good they are, so check online reviews before deciding which tracker is best for you.

    Standard trackers

    Fitbit Flex 2 - £49.99 at Argos* or the same price in black at Amazon* (RRP £79.99). Key features: Smartphone notifications, tracks swimming, interchangeable accessories. 

    Garmin Vivofit Jr 2 kids' tracker - £59.99 at Currys* (RRP £79.99) including two weeks 'free' The Gym membership for two. It's the same price at Amazon* without the extras. Key features: Character-themed bands, step challenges, app can be accessed by parents

    Fitbit Ace kids' tracker - £79.99 at Argos* or Fitbit (RRP £79.99). Key features: Adjustable band size, step challenges, app can be accessed by parents

    Mid-range trackers

    Garmin Vivofit 4 - £49.99 in white medium-size at Argos* (RRP £69.99). All colours and sizes are £59.99 at Currys* including two weeks 'free' The Gym membership for two. It's the same price at Amazon* without the extras. Key features: Always-on display, one-year battery life, safe for swimming, sleep monitoring

    Fitbit Alta HR - £79.99 at Amazon* (RRP £129.99). Key features: Heart rate monitor, auto exercise recognition, interchangeable bands, smartphone notifications

    Fitbit Charge 3 - £97.50 for O2 Priority customers buying in an O2 store or online (RRP £129.99) until 11.59pm on Wed 16 Jan, or while stock lasts – you'll need a unique code via the O2 Priority app. The next cheapest we found was £129.99 at Amazon*, Currys* or John Lewis* . Key features: Heart rate monitor, contactless payments, smartphone notificiations, sleep monitoring

    Garmin Vivosmart 4 - £110.38-£119.99 at Amazon* (RRP £119.99). Key features: Sleep monitoring, stress tracking, heart rate monitor

    Premium trackers

    Garmin Vivosport - £129 at Currys* (RRP £149.99) including two weeks 'free' The Gym membership for two. It's the same price at Amazon* without the extras. Key features: GPS, smartphone notifications, stress tracking

    Fitbit Versa smartwatch - £149 at Currys* (RRP £199.99) including two weeks 'free' The Gym membership for two and a 'free' three-month Deezer Premium music subscription. It's the same price at Amazon* without the extras. Key features: On-screen workouts, real-time stats when you exercise, GPS, music player, heart rate monitor, smartphone notifications, sleep tracking

    Fitbit Ionic smartwatch - £199 at Currys* (RRP £279.99) including two weeks 'free' The Gym membership for two and a 'free' three-month Deezer Premium music subscription. It's the same price at Amazon* without the extras. Key features: GPS, music player, swim tracking, heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, smartphone notifications

    Do you need a fitness tracker?

    Fitness trackers aren't inexpensive gadgets, so if you just want to know your daily step count, then if you have a smartphone or smartwatch, you can use free apps that don't require a fitness tracker band such as the Health app on iOS (pre-installed on many iPhones), or Google Fit for Android. Of course, you'll need to keep your phone on you for it to track steps, and it may not be as accurate as a fitness tracker band, which themselves aren't 100% accurate.

    Discounts and rewards for tracking your exercise

    If you have a Vitality health or life insurance plan you should be able to get a discount on selected fitness trackers including up to 40% off Garmin bands. You can link your Vitality account to an eligible tracker and earn rewards for exercise such as Starbucks coffee or cinema tickets.

    There are other similar schemes that reward you for steps including Sweatcoin and BetterPoints. We're going to research more into these over the next few weeks so look out for our analysis soon on how you can get paid to walk.

    Looking for cheap ways to get fit?

    Check out our cheap gym membership guide and our round-up of free outdoor fitness.

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  • Cheapest popular fitness trackers

    Cheapest popular fitness trackers

    Incl £80 Garmin Vivosmart 3, £239 Fitbit Ionic

    Among the popular items people look for in January are fitness trackers, so we’ve rounded up the best prices for several Fitbit and Garmin models (two top-selling brands), including newer models – the Garmin Vivosmart 3 and the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch – which are the cheapest we've ever seen them.

    Fitness trackers are essentially high-tech pedometers that measure the steps you make in a day. Mid-range ones also monitor your sleep and heart rate too (for a more accurate calorie reading), and premium ones even have GPS.

    All the trackers sync with phone apps to give more data. Some with GPS (or that sync to your phone's GPS) can be used while running or cycling and can have other functions and smartwatch capabilities – see MSE Martin Lewis' blog on how he averaged 25,420 steps a day in 2017.

    So if you're thinking of getting one to help with your New Year's resolutions, here’s a rundown of the cheapest of the big brand models. We last checked these prices on Tue 23 Jan.

    Fitness tracker deals

    Fitbit Flex 2

    • £54.98 in purple, pink and black at Currys* including free delivery and a two-year guarantee. The black and purple are also £54.98 at Amazon*, but with only the standard one-year guarantee. The cheapest we've ever seen the Fitbit Flex 2 was £39.99 on Fri 24 Nov 2017 (Black Friday).

    Garmin Vivofit 3

    • £58 in white and black at Currys* and Amazon*. The cheapest we've ever seen the Garmin Vivofit 3 was £54 in December 2016.

    Garmin Vivosmart 3

    • £79.99 in black, blue and purple at Maplin* with free delivery. It's also £79.99 in black, blue and purple at Amazon* or Currys*. It's £79.99 in black at John Lewis* with a two-year guarantee. This is the cheapest we've ever seen the Garmin Vivosmart 3.

    Fitbit Charge 2

    • £99 in black, blue, green and purple at Amazon*. The next cheapest we found was £109.99 at John Lewis* with a two-year guarantee. The cheapest we've ever seen the Fitbit Charge 2 was £88 in July 2017.

    Fitbit Alta HR

    • £99 in black, blue, orange and purple at Amazon*. It's also £99 in black, grey, purple and orange at Tesco Direct*. The cheapest we've ever seen the Fitbit Alta HR was £97 earlier this month.

    Fitbit Blaze

    • £138.99 in black, blue and purple at Currys* with free delivery and a two-year guarantee. The black and blue are the same price at John Lewis*, also with free delivery and a two-year guarantee. The black, blue and purple are also £138.99 at Amazon*, but with only the standard one-year guarantee. The cheapest we've ever seen the Fitbit Blaze was £106.99 on Fri 24 Nov 2017 (Black Friday).

    Garmin Forerunner 235 GPS

    • £199 at Blacks or Millets. The next cheapest we found was £202.40 in black-grey at Amazon*. The cheapest we've ever seen the Garmin Forerunner 235 was £164.99 on Fri 24 Nov 2017 (Black Friday).

    Fitbit Ionic

    • £239 in blue-grey, charcoal-grey and blue-orange at Currys* and John Lewis* with free delivery and a two-year guarantee. It's the same price at Amazon* but with only the standard one-year guarantee. This is the cheapest we've ever seen the Fitbit Ionic.

    Looking for cheap ways to get fit? Check out our Cheap Gym Membership guide.

  • Fitbit Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals

    Fitbit Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals

    Incl £40 Fitbit Flex 2, £100 Fitbit Charge 2

    Fitness trackers are among the popular items people search for around Black Friday, so we’ve rounded up the best prices for several Fitbit models (a top-selling brand), including the latest trackers released this year – the Fitbit Alta HR and the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch.

    A lot of retailers have slashed Fitbit prices by £10-£30 for Black Friday, and some are now the cheapest we’ve seen them. We’re also seeing a lot of price-matching between the big retailers, and although items could sell out, it may be worth waiting to see if prices drop further.

    Cheapest Fitbit trackers (last checked 10.48am on Mon 27 Nov):

    Fitbit Flex 2

    • £39.99 in all colours at Fitbit with free delivery (some colours are two to three week delivery) – was previously £69.99 and is the cheapest we’ve seen it. £39.99 (magenta) at Amazon* with free delivery. £39.99 (lavender) at John Lewis* when you click and collect. Next cheapest we found was £49.99 including delivery at Currys and Boots.

    Fitbit Alta

    •  £69.99 (black & plum) at Currys* or John Lewis* (black) - both with a two-year guarantee and free delivery. £70.00 (black & plum) at Debenhams with free delivery, but no guarantee. The next cheapest we found was £73.94 at Argos, including delivery.

    Fitbit Alta HR

    • £109.99 at Currys* or John Lewis* with free delivery and two-year guarantee. Also £109.99 on Amazon, but no guarantee. The next cheapest we found was £130 at Amazon. However, this isn’t the cheapest we’ve seen this one - it was available for £99.99 in July.

    Fitbit Blaze

    • £119.99 at Currys* or John Lewis*, both with a two-year guarantee. This isn't the cheapest we've seen it – Amazon offered the Fitbit Blaze for £106.99 on Fri 24 Nov.

    Fitbit Charge 2

    Fitbit Ionic

    • £249.99 at Currys* with free delivery and a two-year guarantee. Same price at Amazon* but with a one-year guarantee.

    Important: Don’t allow yourself to be taken in by the hype around Black Friday and sucked into buying something you don’t need or can’t afford. And always do your own price comparisons to ensure you are getting the best deal possible – don’t just take a retailer’s word for it.

    For the rest of our Black Friday deals and analysis, see our Black Friday 2017 Deals page