Time to shed the pounds! Retailers including Best Buy, Amazon, and Woot are selling Fitbit activity trackers for a lower price in honor of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Fitbit itself, too, is taking between $10-$50 off of the Zip, Flex, Charge, Charge HR, and Surge. With the exception of Woot, all models sold by the aforementioned retailers are new models. Woot’s Fitbit models are a much lower price due to being refurbished.
Explore your different options through the links below.
[Fitbit] [Best Buy] [Amazon] [Woot]
The Basis Peak, which launched earlier this year, is an all-in-one device. Backed by Intel, Basis created an activity tracker that includes smartwatch features. The Peak analyzes activity and sleep, monitors heart rate, and displays notifications from your phone. It was initially priced at $199, but the company has since lowered that to $149. Now that Black Friday is here, the Peak’s price is even lower. You can get the smartwatch-like activity tracker for $127.
Both the Matte Black and Brush Metal models are discounted for Black Friday while the Titanium model is still $299. Being that the Peak is more of a smartwatch than activity trackers from Fitbit and others, the temporary $127 price is pretty good.
Today’s the day. Right now, either you’re hopping from store-to-store or scouring the web for the hottest deals around. Because everyone needs something this holiday season, right? Let’s make sure you get the people closest to you the right gift as an amazing price. On Talk Android Deals, we’re hosting the Black Friday Blowout where you can save an extra 15% on….. everything.
Things are quite hectic this time of the year. So let’s get you organized with a premium calendar app. DigiCal, which we named one of the best calendar apps around, is hosting a Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale to give you a quality calendar at friendly price.
Through Monday, Nest is offering its three core products at quite attractive prices.
Home automation is on the rise and Nest designs some of the best hardware and software around. So this deal is even more amazing considering you’re getting huge savings on premium devices. In all, you could get three Nest products that work together for less than $600.
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Shortly after teasing Black Friday deals, Google launched a Cyber Weekend promotion with the Play Store. There’s something for everyone as Google Play’s Cyber Weekend covers everything: apps, games, music, movies, books, magazines, and more.
T-Mobile this morning announced that Sprint customers will get an extra $200 for every line they switch over to T-Mobile. This comes as the second gift in T-Mobile’s month of holiday giving, otherwise known as Uncarrier Unwrapped.
Motorola seems to be clearing out its stock of old hardware for Cyber Monday this year. The company is discounting last year’s Moto X, Moto G, and Moto 360 models rather than the updated versions. But, know knows, Motorola could always surprise consumers with flash deals on this year’s round of phones and smartwatches. And we sure hope they do. Very few people will be inclined to get last year’s Moto X when they could just spend $100 more to get the Moto X Pure Edition. The same thing goes for Motorola’s smartwatch. All of Motorola’s Cyber Monday deals aren’t that big of a savings when you look at the current models’ prices.
John Legere & Co. are at it once again. T-Mobile announced today that all Simple Choice customers are being given unlimited high-speed data at no extra charge. From December through March, customers will be able to use as much data as they’d like without T-Mobile slowing down data speeds. With the carrier’s network experiencing a 10% spike in usage around the holidays, T-Mobile wants data speeds to be the last thing their customers worry about.
As we approach the most popular shopping day of the year, another carrier has specified the deals going on for Black Friday. U.S. Cellular is lowering prices, bundling gift cards, and offering extra data to celebrate Black Friday this year. Customers new and old will both have something to look for from U.S. Cellular.