Black Friday Elliptical Deals Online
Black Friday 2019 is here (and Cyber Monday 2019 is right behind it), so it’s time to get an eye on those big savings—some of the biggest deals of 2019 will arrive between November 29th and December 2nd 2019. It’s the perfect time to be shopping for your home gym, as ellipticals will be selling for as much as 50 or 60% off the retail price.
Current Elliptical Black Friday Deals
Up to $450 OFF
Up to 25% OFF
Up to 50% OFF
Up to 45% OFF
Up to 25% OFF
Up to 20% OFF
- Popular Sole E35 Elliptical is an additional $100 regular sale price, that is 50% MSRP.
- The NordicTrack FS7i is $1,899. That is $700 off MRSP.
But first, you must do your homework – know what you want (does it fit your needs), learn what is a good, bad or ugly elliptical machine and the regular price. Then you will be well informed and at the end of the day a satisfied customer. To get you started, we have provided some tips and sage advice to follow as you make your list.
Get ready to know a deal when you see it. Don’t get pulled in by the price alone –there is more than meets the eye. There is no time to waste; you don’t want to be the one to see the dreaded “SOLD OUT” sign after spotting your must have elliptical. As a general rule we point people towards shopping directly with the brands themselves, as they are generally able to offer the deepest discounts on their best and latest models. Most brands are using this date as a way to clear out 2019 models as they start to roll out the latest ellipticals for 2020. That said, Amazon can have some killer Black Friday deals (and Cyber Monday deals), so we’re including a link to the best Amazon Black Friday elliptical deals below as well. Word to the wise, Amazon deals come and go quickly on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so you’re going to want to move quick on those, should you see any Black Friday deal on Amazon that suits your needs.
That in mind, see the below links for some of the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals of 2019.
Know Your Elliptical Types
Center Drive Ellipticals
Center drive ellipticals are ideal for smaller spaces. Center drive means the flywheel or the drive system is located on the side of the elliptical instead of the back or the front; the placement makes for a compact design. This is the most costly of elliptical machines, but they are quiet, durable and said to most closely align to a walking or jogging gait – less of that stiff awkward stance normally associated with ellipticals.
The editor’s choice is the Precor AMT 835, it is quite expensive but club quality. The adaptive design allows for virtually anyone to fit the stride length and height.
Front Drive Ellipticals
Front drive elliptical trainers were the first ellipticals to be made, and have been around the longest. In the front drive elliptical, the flywheel is located at the front of the machine; and users are inclined to lean forward, like one might do on a stair climber. They are usually less expensive but reliable and long lasting.
The editor’s choice at least two years running is the Sole E95 Elliptical. Its flywheel is 27 lbs., and has 20 incline levels, also works with Bluetooth to integrate mobile and other devices.
Rear Drive Ellipticals
Rear drive means the flywheel is located in the back of the elliptical. Precor manufactured the first commercial rear drive.
A couple rated as best buys are the Precor EFX 245 Elliptical Fitness Crosstrainer and the Life Fitness Platinum Club Series Elliptical Cross Trainer.
[Updated: November 29th, 2019]