Deal alert: This best-selling treadmill is 30% off — but only for today!

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Save $317 on this top-rated treadmill — but only for today! (Photo via Amazon)

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As any gym-goer will attest, a treadmill is indispensable for keeping fit during long Canadian winters. 

Regardless of rain, snow, or icy temperatures, hikers, walkers and runners can continue with their workouts during the colder months, keeping both their physical and mental health in check.

If you're looking to add a treadmill to your at-home gym, Amazon's Daily Deal has you covered, just in time for the impending chill. 

Today only, Amazon shoppers can save a whopping $317 on the NordicTrack T Series Treadmill. Complete with a 30-day iFIT membership, users can receive custom, trainer-led workouts from around the world from the comfort of their homes. 

Shoppers have until midnight PST/3 a.m. EST to save 30 per cent on the best-selling treadmill before it returns to its regular price of $1,044. 

NordicTrack T Series Treadmill

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NordicTrack T Series Treadmill (Photo via Amazon)

$727 $1,044 at Amazon

What is it?

The NordicTrack treadmill features a library of on-demand workouts and interactive personal training where world-class personal trainers can digitally control your speed and incline for a tailor-made workout.

The treadmill features an impressive incline and decline range, mimicking real-world terrain and FlexSelect Cushioning, softening the impact on your joints and simulating a real road-running experience.

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Included in the Amazon Daily Deal sale is a 30-day iFIT Membership, giving users full access to studio classes and trainer-led workouts. 

What people are saying

With a staggering 18,000 reviews behind it, the NordicTrack T Series Treadmill has earned the coveted title of "Amazon's Choice" for its innovative, easy-to-use design. 

Earning an average rating of 4.1 stars, one Amazon shopper praises the treadmill as their "best 2020 investment." In addition to its fuss-free installation, the reviewer says the NordicTrack treadmill has "completely changed" their workout experience. "It's the best thing [I've] bought."

Shoppers enjoy the bonus iFIT membership and its many options for runs, walks, hikes, and custom training programs. "[I run] in Slovenia," my wife hikes "in the Swiss Alps," and my daughter does a "beginners running series in Portugal," writes one user.

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The treadmill has 20 workout modes to choose from and has enough variety that "you definitely won't be bored," promises one shopper. It's "the best treadmill I have owned."

While the treadmill has collected over 13,000 five-star reviews, a handful of shoppers note the NordicTrack customer support is "non-existent." 

The customer service "is beyond poor," according to one user. 

I've spent "many, many hours on the phone," writes another shopper. "No one can help us."


For shoppers looking to take their at-home fitness to the next level, Amazon users praise the NordicTrack T Series Treadmill as one of "the best treadmills" out there — however some reviewers do note issues with customer service.

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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