The Best Spring Treadmill Sales (2024) (2024)

Spring is when I like to start thinking about summer. If you’re considering a treadmill to help carve the winter fat into a summer statue, the good news is big sales are underway right now. This isn’t a big shocker to me. Here in the U.S., people are getting big tax refunds right about now and treadmill manufacturers are knocking down prices on select models to make way for new units yet to come. One thing I’ve noticed about treadmill pricing over the years, there’s a lot of wiggle room around the Manufacturers’ Suggested Retail Price. This spring happens to be one of those times wiggle. Another thing I’ve noticed, it’s not just treadmills themselves with hefty discounts. Ellipticals and bikes are on the lineup too. Check out our list below and yes, it will be updated throughout the sales. Sales are the reason for the season after all.

Hottest Spring Treadmill Sales For 2024

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NordicTrack Commercial X22i – $500 off

One of my favorite treadmills to get atop, the X22i is a King Kong among. If believe that good is great and more is better, this is your prize. With an award-winning 40% incline and -6% decline, as well as a gigantic 22″ high-definition touchscreen, it really does feel like you’re hiking up the Rocky Mountains when you’re using the iFit program. On sale this spring for $2,999, down from $3,499, purchase includes a 30-day trial of iFit, which brings with it automatic trainer control and Bluetooth heart rate training, as well as both live and on-demand workouts by the tens of thousands. Bigger does mean just that. I strongly recommend finding a permanent place for this unit if you buy it. Measuring 70″ x 39″ x 72.5″ at a in-box product weight of 417 pounds, I see why NordicTrack placed a 4.0 CHP motor inside to guarantee a 400-pound user maximum. You can read my full review of this treadmill here.

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The NordicTrack Commercial 1750 is one of many great sales this spring. Photo by: Oleksandr Kosheliev /

NordicTrack Commercial 1750 – $300 off

A perennial fan favorite, the NordicTrack Commercial 1750 is one of the “Goldilocks” models that fits most people’s needs. Normally $2,299, the unit is now $1,999, with a dynamic 14″ high-definition touchscreen that both pivots and swivels, as well as 12% to -3% incline and decline. Like all NordicTrack products, this unit is iFit-enabled, and brings with it a ton of goodies. It measures 80″ x 38″ x 65″ and sports a 400-pound user weight maximum. I’ve used a NordicTrack Commercial 1750 for years and love it. Read my full review here.

NordicTrack Commercial 1250 – $200 off

If you’re looking for just a tad smaller unit than a mid-size, I see the NordicTrack Commercial 1250 as one of those go-to units. I actually had this in my own upstairs bedroom and felt no shakes in the rooms downstairs. Not a crack in the plaster. Normally priced at $1,799, you can get it this spring for $1,599, along with a 30-day pass to the iFit program. With a nice 10″ high-definition touchscreen and 12% incline to match the -3% decline, the unit measures 78.5″ x 35.6″ x 64.7″ and supports up to 400 pounds in user weight. Like all iFit-enabled treadmills, you can access live and on-demand workouts, Bluetooth heart rate training, and automatic trainer control. You can read my full review here.

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The NordicTrack EXP10i is one of many treadmills on sale this spring. Photo by NordicTrack

NordicTrack EXP 10i – $100 off

Coming in at the smaller end of the treadmills is the NordicTrack EXP 10i, normally priced at $1,599 is now $1,499. With purchase is a complimentary 30-day iFit package as well. Measuring 70.8″ x 34.9″ x 59.7″ the unit sports both a 10″ high-definition touchscreen, 300-pound user weight maximum, Bluetooth heart rate connectivity and a 2.75 CHP motor. Like all iFit-enabled treadmills, this one comes with automatic trainer control. You can read my full review here.

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Horizon 7.0 AT – $1100 off (Through April 30th)

The Horizon lineup is another great brand, especially for those fitness fans who like to bring their own screen. Down to $999 from an MSRP of $2,100, this unit is frequently on sale from the company, so be sure to check back frequently. Complete with eight built-in workout programs, the Horizon 7.0 AT answers the question, “What if I don’t want to pay for a workout app?” Measuring 76.5″ x 36″ x 59″ with a running deck of 60″ x 20″, I like the fact that’s big enough for heavy running, but it also folds. Equipped with a 3.0 CHP motor and 15% incline, I’ve yet to fail to sweat it up on this machine. Another big plus to this unit is that in addition to the 7.25″ LCD screen, the treadmill also sports a handy tablet-attachment, so you can bring your own device to the game. Another big plus is the lifetime warranty on both the frame and motor. To read my review on the Horizon 7.0 AT see here.

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Horizon 7.4 AT – $800 off (Through April 30th)

If you’re into the mantra, “Bigger is better,” then the Horizon 7.4 AT is one to check out. Down to $1,599 from $2,399 MSRP, the 7.4 AT measures 76″ x 37″ x 64″ when assembled, but only 42″ x 37″ x 71″ when folded up. It weighs about 318 pounds when in use but can sport up to 375 pounds. Like it’s brand-mates, the 7.4 AT features a 8.5″ LCD screen as well as great tablet-holder, which works for both pads and phones. Equipped with 10 built-in workout programs, you can either rely on those or bring whatever app you want to the workout. The 3.5 CHP motor is not only warrantied for life, but also generates enough power for a 15% incline and speeds up to 12 mph. For my full review of the Horizon 7.4 AT, read here.

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Echelon Stride 6S-10 – $500 Off

The Echelon Stride 6S models are terrific treadmills I greatly value for their durability. Equipped with a 10″ screen, this folding treadmill measures 64.8″ x 32.4″ x 57″ when in use, but still packs a 20.5″ x 60″ deck and 3.0 HP brushless motor. Built to work with the Echelon Fit App, this machine will not disappoint in terms of stability. I’ve been using Echelon products for years and am continually impressed with their parts. Down from $1,899 to $1,399, this machine gives you 12% incline and up to 12.4 mph, with the neatest little resistance dials I’ve ever seen placed on the handlebars. To read my full review of this treadmill, see here.

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Echelon Stride 8S – $500 Off

If you’re into big screens and big power, check out the Echelon Stride 8S and its 22″ high-definition screen and 3.75 CHP motor. Like all Echelon products, this Stride 8S is built to work with the Echelon Fit App, which has a virtual library containing thousands of workout programs. Down to $2,299 from $2,799, the treadmill measures 67.2″ x 32″ x 63″ with a 20″ x 60″ tread deck. This treadmill sports a terrific wireless charging pad as well as heart rate sensors built into the handlebars. The motor powers a 12% incline and up to 12mph in speeds. For my full review, read here.

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Xterra Fitness TR75 Treadmill – $400 Off

If you’re wanting a good-sized folding treadmill with a lifetime warranty then the Xterra TR75 might be worth checking out, on sale this month for $1,299.99. Measuring 77″ x 35″ x 55.5″ when in use, the machine weighs 216 pounds and can support up to 350 pounds. Bluetooth-enabled, the unit comes with a 6.5″ backlit LCD screen and 18 built-in workout programs. Engineered with a 3.25 HP motor, the treadmill sports speeds up to 12mph and incline of 12% with a 20″ x 60″ running deck. Heart rate sensors are built into the handlebars and the unit is compatible with Bluetooth monitors as well.

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Xterra TRX1400 – $200 Off

If a walking treadmill is what you seek, the Xterra TRX1400 is on special this month for $699. Measuring 65″ x 30.8″ x 52.4″ at a machine weight 12.5 pounds with a maximum user weight of 265 pounds. With a 18″ x 50″ tread belt and a 2.25 HP, this unit is clearly best for walking. That said, it’s priced right and comes with a lifetime warranty on the frame. The unit has a 5.2″ screen and 24 preset workout routines. A Bluetooth-enabled unit, it also features heart rate sensors in the handlebars. It also features a terrific media rack for either tablets or smartphones.

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Xterra TRX2500 – $1,000 Off

One of the biggest discounts this season is right here with the Xterra TRX2500. Normally priced at $1,499.99, this treadmill can be had for just $999.99 through the end of April. Measuring 72.3″ x 35.5″ x 56.1″ with a machine weight of 207.3 pounds, it sports a maximum weight of 300. The 20″ x 55″ running deck comes with a 2-ply belt, my preferred size. Heart rate sensors are built into the handlebars and the machine comes with 24 preset workout programs and a simple LCD screen. Purchase comes with a lifetime warranty on the frame and motor, but just one year for parts, deck, and labor. You can read my full review here.

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Xterra TRX3500 – $600 Off

You’ll never run out of options here. With 30 built-in programs, the Xterra TRX3500 is one of the most loaded up treadmills I’ve seen lately to that end. With a 3.0 HP motor and 20″ x 60″ deck, 12 levels of incline, and speeds up to 12mph, you should be good to go with this unit for any purpose. Bluetooth-enabled, the treadmill measures 77.2″ x 35.5″ x 56.1″ and sports a 350-pound user weight maximum. Purchase includes a lifetime warranty on the frame and motor, with two years on the deck and parts, as well one year on labor. You can our full review here.

How To Find The Best Deals on Treadmills Around This Spring!

The best way to start is to research the best treadmill for your use. We have several guides to help you with that as you plan your purchase.

1. See our Expert Researched, Top Treadmill Choices

  • Best Treadmills: Start with a comprehensive list of top treadmills. Compare features and prices.

2. Determine your specific Needs

  • Treadmills for Runners: Specialized treadmills for running enthusiasts.
  • Home Use Treadmills: Compact, efficient models for home workouts.

3. Explore our Budget-Friendly Options

  • Treadmills Under $500: Affordable without compromising quality.

4. Learn more about each of the Treadmill Brands through our Brand Insights

  • NordicTrack Reviews: In-depth look at NordicTrack models.
  • ProForm Review: Why ProForm stands out.
  • Bowflex Reviews: Innovative features of Bowflex.
  • Horizon Fitness Reviews: Assessing Horizon’s reliability.

5. Determine if a Niche Selection would help

  • Folding Treadmills: Space-saving designs.
  • Treadmills for Seniors: Safe and easy-to-use models.

6. Look at the Higher Budget Ranges that may have deeper discounts at New Years

  • Treadmills Under $1000: Balance of cost and features.
  • Treadmills Under $2000: Premium choices for serious users.

7. Determine if you need Advanced Training tools

  • iFit Treadmills: Interactive and immersive workout experiences.

8. Compare and Contrast iFit and whether it makes sense for you

  • Echelon Fit vs iFit: Which offers better value?

9. Discover how to enhance your Workout if you get the right Treadmill

  • Favorite iFit Workouts: Maximize your exercise routine.

10. Learn how to maintain your treadmill, once you buy it

  • Fix Common Treadmill Problems: Keep your treadmill in top condition.

11. Look at one of our Featured Models that often goes on sale at New Years

  • NordicTrack Commercial 1750 Review: A closer look at a popular model.

Stay informed and make the best choice for your fitness needs with these insights. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned athlete, our guide will help you find the perfect treadmill deal in 2024!

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How long do treadmills last? ›

Stretched to its peak performance and capacity, a home treadmill has an average life of 10 years. But, you will begin to notice that the treadmill feels “off” by the eight-year mark. If you keep an eye on your mileage, this is equal to roughly 5,000 miles for most people.

What treadmill has the highest incline? ›

NordicTrack Commercial X22i

This powerhouse boasts a wider incline range than any machine we've tested, spanning from -6 percent up to a super steep 40 percent. That's over double the incline/decline capabilities of most treadmills we've put to the test.

Is ProForm a good brand of treadmill? ›

ProForm is the sister company to NordicTrack and makes some of the best budget-friendly treadmills on the market.

What is the average price for a good treadmill? ›

A quality treadmill should be durable and meet basic industry standards such as a weight capacity of 275 pounds, a 60-inch deck size for runners, speeds up to 10 MPH, and a good warranty. The average cost for a decent treadmill is around $1,000.

Is it OK to treadmill everyday? ›

If you are physically fit without any cardiac or breathing problems you can safely exercise everyday on the treadmill within the limits of physiological exhaustion. It may be wise to rest the limbs and joints two out of seven days in a week. In short, it's completely fine to run on a treadmill every day.

Should you unplug your treadmill everyday? ›

The best rule of thumb is to avoid using a power surge protector and instead unplug the power cord from the wall outlet after each use.

Are expensive treadmills worth it? ›

Treadmills are an investment, which could cause some sticker shock upon initial purchase—both experts we interviewed cited $1,000 as the starting price point for lasting quality. In general, more expensive treadmills should outlast and feel better to run on than cheaper ones.

Is NordicTrack a good brand? ›

If you're like most people, you probably just sang that in your head (or out loud, I don't judge). And if we're talking about respected cardio brands, NordicTrack tops the list. After all, it has been around since 1975, and it is known for making some of the best treadmills on the market.

What treadmills do gyms use? ›

Gym owners are spoilt for choice when it comes to commercial treadmills. There are a wide range of brands to choose from that design quality machines at affordable prices. At Top Fitness, our selection includes Precor, True, Spirit, Assault, Cascade, and Freemotion.

What is the most effective treadmill workout? ›

One of the most popular routines is the 12-3-30 treadmill workout, which continues to be a fan favorite since it went viral in 2020. The workout is simple: Set the treadmill to an incline of 12 (or lower — choose a challenging incline for your fitness level!) at a speed of 3 miles per hour and walk for 30 minutes.

Is ProForm or NordicTrack better? ›

ProForm treadmills are generally more budget-friendly and foldable, making them a good option for those with limited space. NordicTrack treadmills on the other hand have a higher price range but offer more advanced workout features and sturdier construction.

Is NordicTrack owned by ProForm? ›

ProForm and NordicTrack are sister brands, owned by ICON Health and Fitness, aka iFIT. Both brands manufacture some of the best cardio machines for at-home use including treadmills, rowers, exercise bikes, and, of course, ellipticals.

Is weslo and ProForm the same company? ›

In 1988, Weider Health & Fitness acquired ProForm and Weslo.

How do I choose a good treadmill? ›

A treadmill with a larger motor and a sturdier frame will hold up for longer and give you a better running experience. "You also want to look for a treadmill with a larger belt to accommodate a longer stride. Ideally, look for a belt 60 or more inches long and 20 or more inches wide."

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