TL; DR: Select home fitness equipment will be available for up to $ 2,400 at Best Buy and Dick’s Sporting Goods starting September 11th.
If Peloton’s recent sales milestones have shown us anything, people will go to great lengths to recreate the fitness experience at home amid the COIVD-19 pandemic. But we’re going to put ourselves to the test, guessing that $ 2,000 (on top of membership dues) isn’t a reasonable question for most buyers who need new exercise equipment.
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The thing is, it can be difficult to find exercise equipment for sale online. Lately we’ve been seeing one of two things: either retailers’ supplies are almost all gone, or they are listing items “for sale” above retail price so it looks like you’re getting a good deal out of it are indeed Pay MSRP. (It’s annoying at best and deceptive at worst, but we digress.)
After doing some serious digging, we managed to get multiple (legitimate) sales of home fitness equipment at Best Buy and Dick’s Sporting Goods. Up to $ 2,400 could be saved on cardio machines, a massage gun, and Echelon Reflect’s high-tech touchscreen, according to the Training Mirror. Good luck finding better deals than these:
This 2-in-1 elliptical trainer / stepper is ideal for full-body training and intensive training. It is a low impact training device with adjustable handlebars and real-time progress monitoring. You can put it on sale at Dick’s for just $ 1,799.99 – a whopping 57% off the MSRP of $ 4,199.99.
With an LCD display and Bluetooth connectivity, this comfortable, smooth bike offers 22 exercise programs and over two dozen resistance levels. It’s sold out on the Schwinn website, but you can pick it up at Best Buy for $ 499 (that’s just under 10% off the suggested retail price of $ 549).
Known as the “Peloton of Rowing Machines,” the WiFi and Bluetooth compatible Hydrow is a premium rowing machine that connects you to live and on-demand workouts taught by world-class athletes (monthly subscription sold separately). It doesn’t sell in the traditional sense, but it gives you a free $ 80 Best Buy e-gift card that you can spend on the electronics retailer’s website when you buy one for $ 2,199.
Are you missing your weekly yoga, pilates, zumba and / or boxing classes? The new Echelon Reflect is a 50-inch touchscreen smart mirror / fitness system with personalized statistics and progress monitoring that offers hundreds of on-demand sessions as well as live streaming workouts (monthly subscription sold separately). Best Buy and Dick’s are offering it for $ 1,599, which is 20% off the usual retail price of $ 1,999.99.
A post-exercise percussive therapy session with a massage gun can both relieve pain and help you recover faster. The Hyperice Hypervolt is a quiet, cordless model that can deliver up to 3,200 pulses per minute and is equipped with four interchangeable head attachments. Get it at the best price for $ 299 or 14% off the MSRP of $ 349.