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Deal: Grab the Fitbit Ionic for $200 ($70 off) and Versa for $150 ($50) off

Now is the best time to pick up a Fitbit if you're in the market.
November 21, 2018
Fitbit Ionic Target Sale

If you’re in the market for a Fitbit, Black Friday is probably the best time to buy one. For a limited time, Target is taking $70 off of the Fitbit Ionic, bringing the price down to $200. 

The Fitbit Ionic is the company’s top-of-the-line fitness tracker. It also acts like a smartwatch by showing you notifications from your phone and allowing you to pay for things using the built-in NFC chip, but the Ionic’s strengths reside in its fitness-related features. 

Fitbit Ionic review

While almost every Fitbit does the basics like track steps and sleep patterns, the Ionic includes a built-in heart rate sensor and GPS.

If you’re interested in taking advantage of this limited-time deal, you can buy the Fitbit Ionic for $200 from Target using the button below.

If you’re looking for something a little bit smaller and stylish, you might be interested in the newer Fitbit Versa

Other than its design, the major difference between the Versa and the Ionic is the inclusion of GPS. If you want to track your runs and other fitness activities accurately, you will need a smartphone paired with the watch. This isn’t that big of a problem, especially if you perform stationary exercises, but it’s something to consider.  

Fitbit Versa review: Just buy one already
fitbit versa watch face black

Unfortunately, just like the Ionic, the Fitbit Versa works better if you primarily want to use it for fitness tracking. It does offer smartwatch features such as the ability to listen to music and take phone calls, but the optional apps don’t compare to those found on a Wear OS device or the Apple Watch. 

You can grab the Fitbit Versa from Target for $150 ($50 off) using the button below. If you aren’t seeing the discount, you might have to try again later. The sale keeps appearing and disappearing from the retailer’s website.