Coach loves fitness trackers. They’re a great way to keep tabs on your activity, overall fitness, diet and sleep, and we even think 10,000 steps is a totally reasonable goal to aim for. The only problem is they can be eye-wateringly expensive, but there are regular sales and discounts to be had if you’re patient and know where to look. Spoiler alert: look here.

We track all the major wearable brands – Fitbit, Garmin, Misfit, TomTom, Nokia, Samsung and Huawei (and Apple, but deals on the Apple Watch are few and far between) – as often as possible, and we’ve picked some of the best discounts on products worthy of your attention and money below.

Naturally there are deep discounts around Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing Day and New Year – and we’ll be all over them – but there are more sales throughout the year and there are always discounts and flash sales on Amazon. Just sit tight and bookmark this page, or sign up for the Coach email to get notifications on Coach-approved deals.

If you’re not sure which tracker is right for you, take a read of our best fitness trackers article, which runs through what these devices can do and selects our favourites in three different price ranges.

Polar M430 – Up to 25% off

It’s not much of a looker, but the Polar M430 is a brilliant running watch especially for beginners. It has a built-in heart rate monitor and GPS tracking, and although the screen isn’t colour it is large enough to let you see your stats clearly while you’re running. You can also set up entire training plans or individual workouts based on pace or heart rate with the Polar Flow website and send them to the M430 to follow from your wrist. The M430 is already the best running watch in the £150 to £200 bracket, so it’s a hell of a bargain to find it in Amazon’s Early Easter Sale. The M430 will be reduced on Amazon from 12.01am to 11.59pm on 22nd March, so don’t miss out.

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Garmin Forerunner 735XT – 11% off

It can be easy to overlook the 735XT in Garmin’s ever-expanding Forerunner line-up, but you’d be foolish to – although it’s not the newest tracker out there, the 735XT is a fully functional triathlon watch with 14 hours of GPS battery life (11 days as a watch). And at Wiggle’s reduced price of £265.18, it’s the best all-round tracker you can get for your money.

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Polar V800 – Up to 25% off

Like the Polar M430, the V800 has been reduced as part of Amazon’s Early Easter Sale, and if you’re a multisport fan rather than a runner the V800 is a better bet. It has a dedicated triathlon tracking mode as well as an open-water swim mode, both of which the M430 lacks. The V800 doesn’t have an integrated heart rate tracker but comes with Polar’s H7 chest strap tracker, which will give a better reading than any wrist-based one. Like the M430, the Polar V800 will be reduced from 12.01am to 11.59pm on 22nd March

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Garmin Vivosport

We reckon the Vivosport is the most feature-laden fitness band on the market, and pretty much the only reason we didn’t give a five-star rating in our review was because its RRP of £169.99 is a little steep for any tracker that doesn’t have a bigger screen. However, at £139.99 – the current price on Amazon – it should go straight to the top of your shopping list if you’d rather have a fitness tracker band than a watch. The Vivosport has a built-in GPS, monitors your heart rate and advanced stats like your VO2 max, and is a terrific everyday activity and sports tracker.

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Huawei Band Pro 2

At its full price of £79.99 the Huawei Band Pro 2 is already the best bargain in the world of fitness trackers, because it’s loaded with features including a built-in GPS and heart rate monitor – so it’s verging on absolutely essential at the reduced price of £49 on Amazon.

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Garmin Forerunner 30

Need a GPS running watch but working on a tight budget? Look no further than the Garmin Forerunner 30, currently going for £99.99 on Amazon. The Forerunner 30 is very easy to use, partly because it only has one tracking mode which is set up for running (although you can record other activities and tag them in the Garmin app later). Admittedly only the purple-band version has hit this price, but who doesn’t love purple?

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