BOSTON, Oct. 19, 2018
Sales experts at The Consumer Post have taken a look at the Black Friday deals online shoppers can expect to see on Fitbit smart watches and activity trackers this holiday shopping season.
BOSTON, Oct. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- What are the best Black Friday deals on Fitbit trackers like the Charge 3, Charge 2, Ionic & Versa going to be this year? The deals team at The Consumer Post have released their list of Fitbit deals predictions for Black Friday 2018.
Predicted Fitbit Black Friday deals:
Find the full list of Fitbit deals predictions published on The Consumer Post.
The deals team at The Consumer Post monitor the best deals across the web and track prices throughout popular holiday shopping periods, including Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Online spending during the US holiday shopping season has been rising rapidly in recent years. Data from Adobe Analytics indicates that American shoppers spent $19.62 billion online during Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017, an increase of 15% over the previous year.
Fitbits are popular products on Black Friday with discounts normally ranging between 20% and 40% on their line-up of smart watches and activity trackers. According to research from The Consumer Post, discounts on older models such as the Charge 2, Ionic, Flex 2 and Alta HR are expected to be strong across the major online retailers.
This year Black Friday falls on 23 November, although deals normally start the week before and last for the entire week through to Cyber Monday. This year has seen the launch of new Fitbit devices including the highly anticipated Charge 3 activity tracker and Versa smart watch.
The deals team at The Consumer Post will be tracking and reviewing the best deals available for shoppers throughout Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018.
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