CNET logo Why You Can Trust CNET

Our expert deal-hunting staff showcases the best price drops and discounts from reputable sellers daily. If you make a purchase using our links, CNET may earn a commission.

Meet Your Fitness Goals for Less With up to $120 Off the Fitbit Charge 5 and Sense

CNET readers can save big on Fitbit Charge 5 and Fitbit Sense with this exclusive discount.

Adrian Marlow Writer I
Adrian is a deals writer on the Commerce team at CNET. With a love of books, entertainment, travel, tabletop games and, yes, even fandom, they can often be found at concerts, RenFest, Dragon Con or at home binge-watching everything from new hits to classics. After graduating from Kennesaw State with a B.A. in English and Professional Writing, Adrian had a short gig in casting, followed by a long stint teaching English lit, theater and film, before transitioning into commerce writing in 2021. Adrian enjoys sharing insights and favorite finds with their readers.
Expertise Deals
Adrian Marlow
2 min read
The Fitbit Charge 5 in Lunar White against a cream background.

The Charge 5 has GPS, heart rate, and nearly all Fitbit's high-end features. But, no microphone for voice commands or taking phone calls.


Many shoppers are counting down to Prime Day to cash in on bit savings on everything from electronics to household essentials and more. But with a ton of early Prime Day deals already available, a ton of retailers are marking down prices, so why wait? If you're looking for a fitness tracker or smartwatch, now is a great time to buy. Wellbots has discounted some Fitbit options to help you reach your fitness goals and keep an eye on your overall health. 

Right now you can save save $40 off the Fitbit Charge 5 with code CNET40, bringing the cost to $110. It's a solid fitness tracker with a ton of features. Or, if you prefer a smartwatch that can do more, Wellbots is offering $120 off the Fitbit Sense when you use promo code CNET120, meaning you'll pay just $180 instead of $300. Just enter the code at checkout to receive the discount, as well as free shipping.

Which of these wearables is the best Fitbit to buy? That largely comes down to your personal needs, so let's compare these two fitness trackers. 

We named the Fitbit Charge 5 the best overall Fitbit available right now. It's one of the most comfortable wearables around, and it's a great fitness tracker for people who are serious about meeting their movement and wellness goals. Packed with many features to help you stay active and motivated, the Charge 5 tracks your steps, heart rate, and calories burned, and has a feature that allows you to see your progress over time. It also has a backlight so that you can always see the 1.04-inch AMOLED color screen, even when you're outside. Plus, it's water-resistant, so you can wear it in any conditions, including while you're swimming. The Charge 5 also boasts an impressive battery life with up to a week of power per charge.

If you need something more than a fitness tracker, check out the Fitbit Sense. The Sense is a smartwatch that allows you to take quick phone calls from your wrist when your phone is nearby and several other smartwatch features, in addition to all the other fitness tracking features that Fitbits are famous for. It's display is slightly larger than the Charge 5, coming in at 1.58-inch in size. It's equipped with a battery that can last up to six days on a single charge, and it's compatible with both Android and iOS devices. It is more basic than other smartwatches on the market, but you pay a premium price for all the bells and whistles, so think about what features you need in a smartwatch before you buy. If you just need a GPS, access to a voice assistant, music playback and mobile payments, this is a solid option. 

Looking for a different model? Check out all the best Fitbit Prime Day deals available now for savings on Verse 3, Charge 4 and more.

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.