Spring is here! If you've been meaning to put your fitness goals into full gear with a new Fitbit, you've come to the right place. We're keeping track of all the best Fitbit deals right here.

A Fitbit can help you keep track of your fitness goals while keeping you motivated. Now that Fitbit has launched a Versa 3, Inspire 2, Ace 3, and the Sense, we expect even more discounts on previous models – but there are some great early 2021 deals on even the latest Fitbits.

Right now the bulk of the best deals come from Amazon and Fitbit itself, but we've scoured the web and compared prices across all trusted UK retailers to find you the best Fitbit price.

US Fitbit Store Mothers Day Sale 2021

Mothers Day is celebrated on May 9 in the United States, and there's a special Fitbit Mothers Day Sale there that runs until May 8. US customers can find up to $50 off the top-end Fitbit Sense, and other discounts on the entry-level Inspire 2, Versa 3 and Charge 4.

You can find other discounts from various other retailers in the UK, however, which we detail below. 

Best UK Fitbit deals - handpicked by us

You can find many Fitbit deals and limited-time discounts at other retailers below – including discounts on the latest models! 

One of the best we've seen is £20 off the entry-level Fitbit Inspire 2, which is one of our favourite activity trackers. This deal is available at Amazon, John Lewis and Currys in the UK.

Amazon has. a great over £50 off the top-end Fitbit Sense smartwatch.

We've separately compared the best Fitbits so you can see which one is best for you.

1. Fitbit Charge 4

From: Currys PC World

Was: £129.99

Now: £119  (£11 off with 5 months of Apple Music, Apple Arcade and Apple News+ free)

You can get the same discount at Amazon but without the Apple service freebies.

2. Fitbit Charge 4

From: Amazon

Was: £129.99

Now: £81.04  (£49 off)

A great deal on Fitbit's versatile top-end tracker, at £81 from Amazon.

3. Fitbit Sense

From: Amazon

Was: £299.99

Now: £240.23  (£59 off)

This near £60 discount off the new, top-end Fitbit Sense is the highest we've seen in a while – outdoing the £41 discount we saw last month.

4. Fitbit Versa 3

From: Amazon

Was: £199.99

Now: £169  (£30.99 off)

Save over £30 on the new Fitbit Versa 3 from Amazon. If it sells out, John Lewis also has the same price.

5. OnePlus 9 Pro with unlimited data and free Fitbit Versa 3

From: Three

Now: £29 upfront, £57 per month

Three's Big Tech Giveaway includes a free Fitbit Versa 3 with the OnePlus 9 Pro

6. Fitbit Inspire 2

From: Amazon

Was: £89.99

Now: £69.99  (£20 off)

Amazon has £20 off the Inspire 2, making it the cheapest price around for this entry-level Fitbit - and it comes with a year's free Fitbit Premium worth £79! You'll find the same deal at John Lewis and Currys.

7. Fitbit Ace 2

From: Fitbit

Was: £69.99

Now: £49.99  (£20 off)

The Fitbit Store has dropped the best price on the Ace 2 by £20. Amazon, BT Shop, Currys, and Argos are all price-matching.

8. Fitbit Ace 3

From: Amazon

Was: £69.99

Now: £65.17  (£4.82 off)

A small discount on Fitbit's latest kids activity tracker.

9. Fitbit Versa 2 (Special Edition)

From: Amazon

Was: £219.99

Now: £149  (£70.99 off)

Amazon has cut over £70 off the Versa 2 Special Edition which supports Alexa voice control.

10. Fitbit Versa 2

From: Amazon

Was: £199.99

Now: £139  (£60 off)

The Versa 2's price is coming down at the moment thanks to the arrival of the Fitbit Versa 3. Right now, it's up for grabs on Amazon for £60 off.

11. Fitbit Versa

From: Amazon

Was: £199

Now: £132  (£67 off)

The original Versa may now be discontinued, but it's still available from Amazon with nearly £70 off the launch price. Read our full review.

You can also see a live update of all the best Fitbit deals for specific models below.

Does Fitbit do an NHS discount?

If you work for the NHS you can get a special discount on one Fitbit and a one clip accessory from Fitbit's NHS Staff Discount Store.

You will need to create a new Fitbit account using your NHS email. Sign up here.

The NHS England site will show you the available discounts once you have registered. At the time of writing, there was up to 27% off trackers and smartwatches, including the Sense (£230), Versa 3 (£155.99), Versa 2 (£133.49), Charge 4 (£94.39), Charge 4 Special Edition (£107.99), and Inspire 2 (£67).

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All Fitbit features and price comparison 

There are six activity trackers in Fitbit’s current range: Sense, Versa 2, Inspire 3, Inspire HR, Inspire, Charge 4, and Ace 2 (for children).

The Versa, Versa Lite, and Ionic Fitbit smartwatches have now been discontinued directly from Fitbit, which means you may find them on offer from other retailers.

The features vary significantly across the devices, as do their prices.

  Ace 2 Inspire (D) Inspire 2 Charge 4  Charge 3 (D) Versa Lite (D) Ionic (D) Versa 2 Versa 3 (NEW) Sense (NEW)
RRP £69.99 £69.99 £89.99 £129.99 £129.99 £149.99 £249.99 £199.99 £199.99 £299.99
Steps, Calories & Distance Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Floors Climbed - - - Y Y - Y Y Y Y
Clock/Time Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Sleep Tracking & Silent Alarm Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Sleep Stages (Light, Deep, REM) - - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
SmartTrack - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Reminders To Move Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Swim Tracking - - Y Y Y - Y Y Y Y
Multi-Sport Tracking - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
PurePulse Heart Rate - - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Cardio Fitness Level - - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Onscreen Workouts - - - - - - Y Y Y Y
High/Low Heart Rate Notifications - - - - - - - - - Y
ECG / EDA Scan - - - - - - - - - Y
Call & Text Notifications Calls Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Phone calls from Fitbit - - - - - - - - Y Y
Popular Apps - - - Y - Y Y Y Y Y
Stores Music - - - - - - Y Y - -
Makes Payments - - - Y - - Y Y Y Y
Music Control - - - Y - - Y Y Y Y
Guided Breathing Sessions - - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Fitbit Accessories Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
Water-Resistant Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

Where to find Fitbit deals in March 2021

You can find Fitbit deals around the web from various different retailers from time-to-time. It's worth checking them all if you're on the hunt for a great deal because you never know when a new discount might appear.

We'd recommend you check these retailers first:

You might like to sign up to a Prime membership. If you don't have a subscription, get a 30-day free trial. This allows access to Lightning Deals 30 minutes early, as well as free next-day delivery. We often see Fitbits offers as part of Amazon's daily deals, so it's worth watching. 

We’ve got a complete guide to choosing the best Fitbit here. Fitbit also has a comparison tool which can help you decide which device is best for you.

Buying old or second-hand Fitbits

There have been many models of Fitbit since the first: Classic (2007), Ultra (2011), One (2007), Zip (2012), Flex (2014), Force (2014), Surge (2015), Alta (2016) and Blaze (2016) are all discontinued.

As these models haven't been sold for a number of years, we wouldn't recommend buying them secondhand, as their batteries are likely degraded by now. The same goes for older Charge (2014), Charge HR (2015) and Charge 2 (2016) activity trackers.

The Ionic, Fitbit's first smartwatch, is now looking long in the tooth, and you'll get a much better smartwatch in the Versa 2 or 3 for around the same price new.

There may be deals on the more recent Charge 3 activity tracker that will be worth looking at, but the Charge 4 and Inspire 2 are better trackers, and there are decent deals on these wristband devices.

Older Fitbit smartwatches include the original Versa (2018) and Versa Lite (2019), both of which remain decent products, but look for deals on at least the Versa 2 (late 2019) if you can.

You'll find the best deals on these older but recent Fitbits above.

Fitbit Premium free trial

As a response to the closure of gyms, Fitbit has extended its 7-day free trial of Fitbit Premium to an impressive 90 days for new customers - which is great incentive to stay fit while stuck indoors.

Fitbit Premium offers additional personalised health insights to Fitbit owners, like advanced sleep tools, and access to over 150 videos and audio workouts. The service otherwise costs £7.99/US$9.99 per month or £79.99/US$79.99 per year.

The Inspire 2 comes with a year's free Premium, and there's usually at least 90 days on the others.

The easiest way to get the offer is through the app (trust us, we tried finding the offer on desktop and got nowhere) which is free on Android or iOS. After creating and logging into your account, select the 'Premium' icon at the bottom of the dashboard. You'll see options to sign up for either a monthly or annual subscription, which will activate the option to start your trial. Don't worry, you can cancel 24 hours before the trial ends, otherwise it auto-renews,

Read more about the Premium service over at Fitbit now.

Fitbit #1 health tracker

Fitness trackers are super popular, whether for yourself or as a gift. It's the number one choice for many looking to get healthier, through exercise, sport, and better quality sleep. Most Fitbit users keep their healthy promises longer thanks to the great mobile app and challenges with friends, colleagues, and family.

Fitbits have ruled the fitness tracker market for years, and the current tracker line-up is better than ever thanks to the introduction of the company’s first fully-fledged smartwatches, the Versa family and Ionic.