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The Best Treadmill Deals In The New Year’s Day Sales

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Home treadmills are great. They’re convenient (obviously) and they’re a great alternative if the area around your home isn’t that pleasant for running. The downside is that they take up a lot of space and can give your wallet a serious pounding.

There’s not much we can do about the space issue, but we can help you avoid paying full price for a treadmill especially around Cyber Week. After the high demand for home exercise equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic you may assume every treadmill is going for full price – we certainly did – so we’re delighted to tell you that we were both wrong and there have been plenty of great deals available over the Black Friday/Cyber Monday period. We recommend checking out the NordicTrack Cyber Monday sale (opens in new tab)JTX Cyber Monday sale (opens in new tab) and ProForm Cyber Monday sale (opens in new tab) – we certainly will be and picking what’s worthwhile from Amazon and others.

If you fancy moving your legs in a slightly different fashion, there are plenty more exercise bike deals on offer.

The Best New Year Deals On Treadmills

Mobvoi Home Treadmill – Save 19%, Now £349.99

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This compact treadmill is a good option for walking and jogging at home – the top speed of 12km/h is OK, but the running belt is fairly small at 100cm x 40cm so running may feel a little cramped. It has a phone holder on the console and a built-in Bluetooth speaker, and it folds down flat so it can be stored under a bed or sofa.

Buy on Amazon (opens in new tab) | £349.99 (RRP £429.99)

NordicTrack Commercial X22i – Save 13%, Now £2,599

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An impressive 22in (56cm) HD touchscreen is what distinguishes the X22i from the other treadmills in the sale, and it also boasts a powerhouse 4.0 CHP motor, a speed range that goes up to 22km/h and an incline range that extends from -6% to 40%. This isn’t just a commercial-standard machine; there’s every chance it’s better than the treadmill in your local gym, and it’s been reduced by £400. Fair warning, the sale ends on the 3rd January, so there's no time to lose.

Buy from NordicTrack (opens in new tab) | £2,599 (RRP £2,999)

NordicTrack T 6.5 S Treadmill – Save 15%, Now £679

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Another great deal on a treadmill that can link up with the iFit app (30-day membership included), although you’ll have to provide the screen this time in the form of a tablet or smartphone. It has decent specs for its price, with a 2.6CHP motor, a top speed of 16km/h and an incline range that goes up to 10% – more than enough for most runners. If you’re looking to spend under £1,000, it’s a great choice.

Buy on Amazon (opens in new tab) | £679 (RRP £799)

Echelon Stride Treadmill – Save 12.5%, Now £1,399

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If a space-saving folding design and guided classes streamed to an app are on your list of dealbreakers this is the treadmill for you. On the other hand, if those things aren’t really important to you, you’ll find better value elsewhere as we found it a little underspecced for the price when we reviewed it. 

Buy from Echelon (opens in new tab) | £1,399 (RRP £1,599) | Echelon Stride review (opens in new tab)

JTX Sprint-5 – Save 11%, Now £739

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The 11% saving here isn’t huge, but the Sprint-5 is already good value at its £829 RRP so it’s certainly worth considering at £739. It has a top speed of 18km/h, 12 levels of incline and the ability to link up with the Kinomap app for guided workouts and scenic video runs set all over the world.

Buy from JTX (opens in new tab) | £739 (RRP £829)

JTX Sprint-7 – Save 10%, Now £879

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While the Sprint-5 will fulfil the needs of most people, upgrading to the Sprint-7 will be worthwhile for faster runners in particular, because the top speed is higher at 20km/h, and there are also 15 levels of incline if you need to make your workout harder. Once again JTX isn’t offering a huge discount here with the 8% saving bringing the price down to £899, but you’ll struggle to find a better machine available for less than £1,000.

Buy from JTX (opens in new tab) | £879 (RRP £979) | JTX Sprint-7 review

Peloton Tread Essentials Package – Save 6%, Now £2,420

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The name in connected home spinning bikes brings its enormous screen, high-energy classes and slick user experience to treadmills. There’s £150 off any treadmill package (so not the treadmill by itself) through 9th January. The essentials package includes resistance bands, dumbbells, a workout mat and heart rate monitor.

Buy from Peloton (opens in new tab) | £2,420 (RRP £2,570)

Nick Harris-Fry is a journalist who has been covering health and fitness since 2015. Nick is an avid runner, covering 70-110km a week, which gives him ample opportunity to test a wide range of running shoes and running gear. He is also the chief tester for fitness trackers and running watches, treadmills and exercise bikes, and workout headphones.