You can already score a cool freebie with the brand-new Fitbit Versa 2

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You can already score a cool freebie with the brand-new Fitbit Versa 2
In addition to Fitbit's own official US e-store, the hot new Versa 2 smartwatch is up for pre-order from a host of major third-party retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart. Deliveries are scheduled to begin on September 15 pretty much everywhere and you can't get the Alexa-enabled wearable device below its recommended price in any of those places, but Amazon and Best Buy stand out from the pack nonetheless by throwing in free $25 e-gift cards.

You don't have to do anything special to claim this cool introductory deal, as Best Buy will automatically add the electronic coupon to your cart once you hit the pre-order button on your preferred Fitbit Versa 2 model, while Amazon vows to send you a code by email to redeem $25 on the e-commerce platform immediately after purchasing the latest affordable Apple Watch "killer."
The usage terms and conditions of the digital vouchers are also quite similar, but if you're unsure where you should get the Versa 2 from, it's probably worth pointing out that Amazon sells a grand total of six models, compared to only five currently up for grabs at Best Buy. The extra variant is a "regular" one with an eye-catching Bordeaux strap and Copper Rose aluminum case. 

The other five include two Special Editions combining a charcoal woven Jacquard band and iron mist case and a navy woven Jacquard band with a copper rose body, as well as three not-so-special variants available in black/carbon, stone/mist gray, and petal/copper rose. Finally, a beautiful Emerald version can be pre-ordered exclusively from with no freebie included.
In case you missed the official announcement a couple of days ago, the Fitbit Versa 2 sports a larger and sharper AMOLED display than its relatively popular forerunner, while promising more than five days of battery life on a single charge, "even more advanced" health and fitness functionality, and the added convenience of built-in Alexa voice assistance.
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