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Amazon Halo Early Access: How to sign up for the new fitness tracking service

Amazon Halo Early Access registration
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Amazon Halo Early Access registration is open, but you might be wondering what this means, and why you can't just order the new fitness tracker for two-day delivery with your Prime membership.

Unlike all the best fitness trackers you can buy from the online shopping giant right now, Amazon Halo isn't for sale. While it's on sale — $64.99 as of this writing (opens in new tab) instead of the normal $99.99 — you can't simply add it to your cart. Instead, on the Amazon Halo landing page, you'll see a prompt to register for Early Access.

Similar to Amazon's Day One program, which is used to send eccentric products like the Amazon Echo Frames and Amazon Echo Loop to select testers, Early Access is a sign-up only system for securing the company's new devices. It's more inclusive than Day One, though.

So if you're thinking you'd like to try out Amazon Halo, you'll need to fill out a short questionnaire while signed into your Amazon account. Once complete, Amazon may send you an email invitation to carry out your Halo order, although this won't happen right away.

Practice a little patience and you might be rewarded with a new kind of fitness tracker and health service, complete with body fat, sleep and tone analysis.

Here's how to register for Amazon Halo early access.

Amazon Halo early access

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Amazon Halo Early Access registration

1. Go to the Amazon Halo product page (opens in new tab) and sign in to your Amazon account if you're not logged in already.

2. Select the Amazon Halo band color and size you'd prefer. There are three colors (black, pink and grey) and three sizes (small, medium and large) to choose from.

3. Click the yellow button that reads 'Request Early Access' to be redirected to the request form.

Amazon Halo early access

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4. Complete the Amazon Halo Early Access Survey (opens in new tab). Answer the questionnaire to the best of your ability and click 'Complete request' when you're done.

If you've successfully registered for Amazon Halo early access, you should see this when you return to the Amazon Halo product page:

Amazon Halo early access

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Now sit tight. Early Access invitations are sent out on a rolling basis, so keep an eye on the inbox connected to your Amazon account.

Kate Kozuch
Kate Kozuch

Kate Kozuch is an editor at Tom’s Guide covering smartwatches, TVs and everything smart-home related. Kate also appears on Fox News to talk tech trends and runs the Tom's Guide TikTok account (opens in new tab), which you should be following. When she’s not filming tech videos, you can find her on an exercise bike, mastering the NYT Crossword or channeling her inner celebrity chef.