Fitbit Charge 3 prices are regularly dropped by retailers all across the web these days, thanks to the fitness tracker's number of years on the shelves and the range of models that have come since. It's still a perfectly serviceable smartwatch, though, capable of offering in-depth metrics and a range of additional smartphone features as well. That means any Fitbit Charge 3 deals are doing to be offering strong value for money these days, especially if you're after a budget piece of wrist candy.
The fitness tracker has always been considered fantastic value for money, even before Fitbit Charge 3 deals started to arrive, given the range, and quality, of the tech inside. They're easily the most fashionable trackers on the market too - there's a reason all the third-party manufacturers are trying to rip off Fitbit's designs.
If those prices are being a bit stubborn for your liking though, why not check out the latest prices on the older Charge 2 or other models in the range over on our main cheap Fitbit deals roundup.
Today's cheapest Fitbit Charge 3 prices
The standard Fitbit Charge 3 is currently available in two colour schemes. One tracker comes with a graphite aluminium case with a black strap, while another option goes for a rose gold tracker with a blue grey strap. You can usually view both options on the same page at most retailers.
Today's best Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition prices
Fitbit (opens in new tab) isn't averse to creating a special edition for its products, just like Apple and its smartwatches, or Ubisoft and its insane number of special editions for an Assassin's Creed game. Thankfully, there's not much to get confused about with the Fitbit Charge 3 Special Edition. The difference between the regular and Special Edition Fitbit Charge 3 involve prices, wrist strap options and Fitbit Pay.
As you can tell via our price comparison above, the Fitbit Charge 3 Special edition prices are more expensive, namely thanks to the additional tech inside powering Fitbit Pay. This allows you to make contactless payments at select stores (with the icon to the left), which can be handy for buying a bottle of water while out for a run.
However, it actually depends if your bank supports Fitbit Pay transactions too. UK coverage is seriously poor at the time of writing - though if you're with Santander or Starling Bank among a few more obscure others you'll be fine. Plus, Fitbit Pay is also now accepted on TFL transport systems. There are plenty of options in the US as well. You can check your country's options via the official list (opens in new tab).
The other difference you've probably noticed already are the different straps. One option is a sporty silicon strap in white with a graphite-coloured tracker. We're quite taken with the other model which comes with a woven lavender strap and a rose gold tracker. The Fitbit Charge 3 Special Editions came out a few weeks after the regular Charge 3 and is widely available around the world now.