Fitbit Premium gets a whopping discount to help you conquer those 2023 goals

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Fitbit Premium gets a whopping discount to help you conquer those 2023 goals
Fitbit Premium, a paid service within the Fitbit app that includes additional features, will be available for a reduced introductory price through mid-January. This move gives Fitbit users an additional opportunity to enjoy the service at a 60% discount, as reported by 9to5Google.

When you purchase a new Fitbit tracker or smartwatch, you are automatically eligible for a complimentary subscription to Fitbit Premium. The Google Pixel Watch, for example, includes the premium subscription for the first six months of ownership. However, without the purchase of a new device, a Fitbit Premium subscription will set you back $79.99 if paid annually, or $9.99 a month if you choose to go with a monthly subscription model.

The special introductory price knocks the price down to $31.99 for the first year, or $3.99 for the first month, at which point the subscription goes back to its original rate. This is a steep discount, especially in the case of the yearly subscription.


A Fitbit Premium subscription grants you access to more advanced features such as activity challenges, more advanced health and fitness stats, a collection of video and audio workouts, advanced sleep data, and a daily readiness score that lets you know each morning if an early workout is in order.

This limited time offer will only be available through January 17th and appears to be widely available to first-time Fitbit Premium users in the United States. We were able to confirm that the offer is also available in parts of Europe; however, it is unclear if it will be made available in all regions.

Those that wish to take advantage of this offer should only need to open the Fitbit app and navigate to the Premium tab to subscribe. This deal arrives just in time for the start of this new year and provides another way in which you can track and achieve your fitness and health goals.
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