You don’t need to call it a New Year’s resolution to decide it’s time for a fitness reboot. Stationary bikes and elliptical machines are popular machines for home fitness cardio workouts, but many people prefer treadmills. Amazon took substantial one-day discounts on NordicTrack T Series Treadmills for home use. We also found a $1,000 discount off a NordicTrack commercial treadmill.
All of the NordicTrack treadmills in this sale also come with a free one-year membership in iFit’s Interactive Personal Training at Home program. The bundled iFit subscription, otherwise an extra $396, gives you 24/7 on-demand access to interactive trainer-led and studio workout programs. Touchscreen color LED screens can increase your engagement with workouts and can help you stick with the program to reach your goals.
No doubt, you can pay less for decent treadmills than these NordicTrack models, but if you’re making a serious commitment to fitness and health, investing in sturdy equipment that will hold up over regular use for years is a wise decision. Whether you’re buying your first piece of serious home fitness equipment or upgrading from a lesser model, these five deals can help you save up to $1,000. For all but the last model below, however, these sale prices end at midnight PT on Tuesday, January 7.
NordicTrack T 6.5 Si Treadmill — $324 off
The NordicTrack T 6.5 Si Treadmill has a 20- x 55-inch tread belt, 0-t0-10% incline, and up to 10 miles per hour speed control. The T 6.5 Si’s 10-inch smart touchscreen display plays workout sessions with the iFit membership. The machine lifts into a folded position to save space when you’re not using it.
Normally priced $999, the NordicTrack T 6.5 Si Treadmill is just $675 during this one-day sale. If you want a bargain on a home treadmill with up-level features, this is a great opportunity to take advantage of an awesome price.
NordicTrack T 7.5 S Treadmill — $349 off
The NordicTrack T 7.5 S Treadmill has a 7-inch color touchscreen and a built-in fan to keep you cool. The tread is 20 x 60 inches with reduced vibration, a self-cooling motor, up to 12 mph speed, and 0-to-12-degree incline.Usually $1,099, the NordicTrack T 7.5 S Treadmill is $750 for this sale. If you’re looking for a treadmill, this is chance to buy at an attractive price.
NordicTrack T 8.5 S Treadmill — $349 off
The NordicTrack T 8.5 S Treadmill is equipped with a 20- x 60-inch tread belt, integrated fan, 0 to 12 mph controlled speed, and up to 12-degree incline. The 10.5-inch HD touchscreen display increases immersion in workouts.
Regularly priced $1,399, the NordicTrack T 8.5 S Treadmill is just $1,049 during this one-day sale.
NordicTrack T 9.5 S Treadmill — $449 off
The NordicTrack T 9.5 S Treadmill has the same tread belt, speed, and incline features as the T 8.5 S above, but comes with a 14-inch diagonal display and a slightly more powerful motor.
Ordinarily $1,799, the NordicTrack T 9.5 S Treadmill is just $1,349 until midnight tonight.
NordicTrack Commercial Treadmill Model 1750 — $1,000 off
The NordicTrack Commercial Treadmill Model 1750 is one of three versions that differ only in display size. The Model 1750 has a 10-inch screen, a large 22- x 60-inch tread belt, 3 to 12% incline, and up to 12 mph speed control with automatic adjustment during iFit workouts. Like the non-commercial NordicTrack models, the 150 has a SpaceSaver design with mechanical EasyLift Assist to help fold it up.
Instead of the usual $3,999 price, Amazon cut the price of the NordicTrack Commercial Treadmill Model 1750 to just $2,999. The other four deals end at midnight tonight, but not this one. There is no stated end time for the discount on the Model 1750, but these deals often end unexpectedly, so if you want to make this level of an investment in your fitness, don’t delay.
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