The Best Cyber Monday Treadmill Deals: Save Up To £1,000 On Bowflex, Echelon And More
Save cash and step up your cardio sessions with these Cyber Monday treadmill deals
Any runner looking to rack up the miles over the winter without worrying about the weather would do well to take advantage of the best Cyber Monday treadmill deals. After all, the main downside of buying a treadmill is the cost, so it makes sense to snap one up while their prices are significantly reduced.
Running machines are a brilliant way to get a comprehensive cardio workout in the comfort of your own home, adjusting your pace and incline as you go. You can also enjoy engaging follow-along workouts and expert coaching through the touchscreens of some of the best treadmills, as well as detailed insights into your performance.
If you want one of these premium products, you’ll have to part with a fair amount of cash. However, thanks to some impressive Cyber Monday treadmill deals, top models from Bowflex and NordicTrack have had their prices slashed by up to £1,000 in the UK or $1,500 in the US. If you’re after a more affordable machine, there are several options for reasonable three-figure fees, like the JTX Sprint-3 which is now just £575.
Below, you’ll find our pick of the treadmills with hefty discounts in the UK and US this Cyber Monday. So scroll down, scour the options, and find a machine that suits your home workout needs.
Amazon UK: Treadmill deals on Mobvoi, ProForm and others (opens in new tab)
Echelon: £200 off the Echelon Stride (opens in new tab)
John Lewis: Up to £450 off Life Fitness treadmills (opens in new tab)
JTX Fitness: From £449 (opens in new tab)
NordicTrack: Up to £1,000 off (opens in new tab)
Peloton: £500 off Tread packages (opens in new tab)
Amazon US: Discounts on NordicTrack, Bowflex and Schwinn (opens in new tab)
Best Buy: Up to $500 off the biggest brands (opens in new tab)
Echelon: 25% off everything (opens in new tab)
NordicTrack: Up to $500 off treadmills (opens in new tab)
Peloton: $600 off Tread bundles (opens in new tab)
Mobvoi Home Treadmill:
Was £429.99 Now £359.99 from Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £70 If you’re looking for the cheapest treadmill we’ve reviewed (opens in new tab) and would recommend, this is it. It’s only suitable for fast walking and light jogging, but that’s sufficient for many people who don’t need to spend thousands on a machine with a high top speed. It also runs quietly and can be packed down and stored away.
Peloton Tread Premier Package:
Was £3,595 Now £3,095 on Peloton (opens in new tab)
Save £500 Peloton has reduced the price of its Premier and Ultimate packages for the Tread by £500, and the Premier package is now £250 cheaper than buying the Tread by itself. Essentially, Peloton is paying you £250 to take a load of useful accessories off its hands, such as two sets of dumbbells, an exercise mat, a heart rate monitor, a yoga block and a water bottle. If you opt for the Ultimate package for £3,120 you get another set of dumbbells and a yoga strap as well.
NordicTrack Commercial X32i:
Was £4,499 Now £3,499 from NordicTrack (opens in new tab)
Save £1,000 It’s rare you get to save £1,000 on anything, so this deal on NordicTrack’s exceptional Commercial X32i treadmill is worth considering even if the machine will still cost you £3,499. The X32i has a huge 32in screen you can use to follow guided workouts through the iFit app, and its incline range stretches from -6% up to 40%, so you can train for mountain running from the comfort of your own home.
NordicTrack Commercial 2950:
Was £2,999 Now £2,299 from NordicTrack (opens in new tab)
Save £700 Another gym-standard machine subject to a big discount in the Cyber Monday sale. The Commercial 2950 has a 22in screen and a large running belt powered by a 4.25CHP motor, with a high top speed of 22km/h and an incline range that runs from -3% to 15%.
Was £1,599 Now £1,399 from Echelon (opens in new tab)
Save £200 Echelon’s treadmill is a great option if you want a connected smart treadmill that folds down small enough to be slipped under a bed when not in use. While the specs aren’t up to par on paper, it never felt underpowered in our testing. If you’re a casual, up to three-times-a-week runner, it’ll do the job nicely.
Was £649 Now £575 at JTX Fitness (opens in new tab)
Save £74 If the top speed of 16km/h is fast enough for you, then there’s little reason to look beyond this robust entry-level treadmill, which has a 2HP motor and an incline range that goes up to 12%. The JTX Black Friday sale sees the Sprint-3 reduced to £575, a veritable snip for a home machine of this standard.
Was £899 Now £849 at JTX Fitness (opens in new tab)
Save £50 The Sprint-5 has a few important upgrades on the Sprint-3. The top speed is 18km/h and the motor is more powerful at 2.5HP, and the running belt is bigger too. Perhaps the biggest upgrade here is the Bluetooth connectivity, which means you can use the machine with Zwift and Kinomap, which will liven up your indoor training.
Was £999 Now £949 at JTX Fitness (opens in new tab)
Save £50 With a larger running belt and a higher top speed of 20km/h, the Sprint-7 is a modest but useful upgrade on the Sprint-5 that will suit taller and faster runners better. It can also connect to the Zwift and Kinomap apps to enhance your indoor runs.
Was £599 Now £449 at JTX Fitness (opens in new tab)
Save £150 This flat walking treadmill runs very quietly and is easy to store after use. It has a top speed of 6km/h and is ideal for using at your desk to keep you moving throughout the day. The Movelight has had 25% lopped off its price.
Bowflex T10 Treadmill:
Was $2,799 Now $1,299 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $1,500 Several Bowflex treadmills are included in the Amazon sale and you pay more or less depending on the size of the screen you want. The T10 has a 10-inch display you can use to watch streaming services like Netflix, or use the JRNY app (one-year membership included) for guided workouts. It has a top speed of 12mph and an incline range of -5% to 15%. If you want a larger screen the T22 has a 22in display and is reduced to $2,499 in the sale (opens in new tab).
Was $1,299 Now $974.99 from Echelon (opens in new tab)
Save $324.01 Echelon’s treadmill is a great option if you want a connected smart treadmill that folds down small enough to be slipped under a bed when not in use. While the specs aren’t up to par on paper, it never felt underpowered in our testing. If you’re a casual, up to three-times-a-week runner, it’ll do the job nicely.
Peloton Tread Premier Package:
Was $3,795 Now $3,195 on Peloton (opens in new tab)
Save $600 Peloton has reduced the price of its Premier and Ultimate packages for the Tread by $600, and the Premier package is now $300 cheaper than buying the Tread by itself. Essentially, Peloton is paying you $300 to take a load of useful accessories off its hands, such as two sets of dumbbells, an exercise mat, a heart rate monitor, a yoga block and a water bottle. If you opt for the Ultimate package for $3,220 you get another set of dumbbells and a yoga strap as well.
NordicTrack Elite Treadmill:
Was $4,999 Now $4,499 from NordicTrack (opens in new tab)
Save $500 The Elite has a 32in screen built-into the console which you can use to show iFit’s guided workouts. It also offers an incline range that stretches from 40% uphill to -5% downhill, and a top speed of 12mph. If you want the best, this is it.
NordicTrack Commercial 1750:
Was $2,499 Now $2,299 from NordicTrack (opens in new tab)
Save $200 It’s not the biggest saving in the NordicTrack sale, but this is a good price for a commercial-standard treadmill with a 14in screen, large running belt and a powerful 3.5CHP motor. The 1750 also links to the iFit app for guided training, and it has a top speed of 12mph and an impressive incline range of -3% to 15%.
NordicTrack EXP 10i:
Was $1,799 Now $1,499 from NordicTrack (opens in new tab)
Save $300 The cheapest treadmill in the NordicTrack sale is still a high-quality machine that will satisfy runners of all levels. At 10in the screen is smaller than those on more expensive models, but it streams the same iFit workouts, and the top speed remains at 12pmh with an incline range of -3% to 12%.
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Harry covers news, reviews and features for Coach, Fit&Well (opens in new tab) and Live Science (opens in new tab). With over a decade of training experience, he has tried everything from powerlifting to gymnastics, cardio to CrossFit, all in a bid to find fun ways of building a healthy, functional body.