Peloton is once again providing digital members with the opportunity to save money on a reconditioned Peloton bike. This time, a $450 discount is applied to the initial bike’s price; resulting in a final cost of $1045 with an additional $250 for delivery and setup, so $1,295 all together. It’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen for something like this.
Peloton notified its digital subscribers of the change through email this morning. This deal is only valid for the remainder of the weekend and will expire at 3 a.m. EDT on Monday, September 27.
Refurbished bikes from Peloton are only accessible in a few chosen areas. You may not be eligible if you did not receive the email or if you did not respond to it. Just in case, I’d recommend visiting the Peloton website and contacting customer service.
No other deal like this has ever been offered to Peloton digital subscribers by the company. A year ago, they reduced the price by $400 to bring it down from $1,895 to $1,495 during their Memorial Day Sale.
Despite the fact that these reconditioned Peloton bikes are covered by a one-year guarantee, additional warranties are not an option with them.
At $1,045, this is a great deal for anybody interested in getting a Peloton Bike. Be sure to read our previous post on whether or not saving up for the more costly Peloton Bike+ is worth the extra expense before making a final decision.
What does refurbished Peloton mean?
Refurbished Peloton Bikes are carefully checked, fixed, and tested to make sure they meet Peloton’s standards.
Does peloton sell reconditioned bikes?
Yes. I’d recommend visiting the Peloton website and contacting customer service.
Where can I buy a used peloton bike?
- Facebook Marketplace
- Some Facebook Groups
What generation is Peloton bike on?
3rd Generation (Peloton Bike+ at $2490)
How much should I spend on a used Peloton Bike?
Secondhand Pelotons can be purchased for $800 to $900, according to various websites like online marketplaces and classified websites.
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