Garmin devices are more popular than ever, and the turn of the season means lots of people have new fitness goals they'd like to achieve.
Garmin devices are unique in that they're specifically aimed at people who lead active lifestyles. So, if you’re a runner, triathlete, golfer, or cyclist then you should definitely consider investing in one of the best Garmin watches. They’re also ideal for people who are trying to get more exercise in their daily routines. Sure, they can get pricey, but that's where Garmin deals come into the picture.
We've rounded up the best Garmin deals on our favorite Garmin gear, so whether you're an experienced runner looking for a GPS watch or someone who just wants to track their daily activities, here are the best Garmin deals you can get right now.
A great place to check for Garmin deals is straight from the source. I've seen up to $700 off Garmin products year-round on the sale section of the Garmin website. You can also find rebates, refurbished deals and exclusive promotions there, too. Plus, make sure to keep an eye on our Garmin coupon codes page for more ways to save.
Best Garmin deals today
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- Garmin Forerunner 265: $449 @ Amazon
- Garmin Vivosmart 4: was $129 now $87 @ Amazon
- Garmin Forerunner 45 GPS: was $199 now $131 @ Amazon
- Garmin Vivoactive 4 (45mm): was $329 now $249 @ Amazon
- Garmin Forerunner 745: was $499 now $374 @ Amazon
Best Garmin deals
Garmin Forerunner 265: $449 @ Amazon
Best overall: The latest Forerunner is our new top pick for the best Garmin watch. In our review, we called it "a huge improvement" over the previous model. This iteration of the watch brings a gorgeous AMOLED display with a higher resolution, plus Garmin's Training Readiness Score feature. You also get accurate GPS and lots of advanced training metrics at a glance.
Garmin Forerunner 55: $199 @ Amazon
Best for beginners: This is the Garmin to get if you're buying a running watch for the first time. It offers a bright screen, easy to read stats, and long battery life. You'll also have access to PacePro suggested workouts, which is like having a running coach on your wrist. In our review, we said this watch was like having an expert coach on your wrist.
Garmin Forerunner 965: was $599 now $588 @ Amazon
Best for triathletes: The Garmin Forerunner 965 packs a bright, beautiful OLED display, accurate heart rate and GPS tracking, and excellent integration with the Garmin Connect app. In our review, we said this is the ideal watch to get if you want a premium training watch with a large screen. However, there's no ECG sensor or support for wireless charging.
Garmin Forerunner 45: was $199 now $149 @ Amazon
Want to get a running watch, but don't want to spend a lot? Then the Forerunner 45 is your best option. It has great battery life and a nice big screen. It's perfect for new runners as well as veterans.
Garmin Forerunner 645 Music: was $449 now $399 @ Amazon
Who doesn't like listening to tunes when they work out? The Garmin Forerunner 645 Music lets you store your songs on the watch itself, so you can leave your phone at home. Plus, this smartwatch has NFC for mobile payments, a bright and colorful screen, and up to five hours of battery life when using GPS.
Garmin Venu 2 Plus: was $449 now $417 @ Amazon
Best Garmin smartwatch: The Garmin Venu 2 Plus is one of the rare smartwatches that's good for both Android and iOS users. In our Garmin Venu 2 Plus review, we said it offers a thorough suite of fitness- and health-tracking features that makes it practical for everyday use.
Garmin Epix Pro: was $899 now $794 @ Amazon
Best-looking adventure watch: The Garmin Epix Pro is Garmin's smartest AMOLED-screen watch. This model comes with even more sports modes, 31-day battery life and a built-in flashlight. Three sizes are available: 42mm/1.6 inches, 47mm/1.8 inches and 51 mm/2 inches. We wish there was a skin temperature sensor included, though.
Garmin Epix Gen 2: was $899 now $689 @ Amazon
The Garmin Epix 2 is Garmin’s highest-end model to sport such a high-spec screen, but with the Epix you also get an absurdly long battery life, the ability to track almost every activity, on-board music storage, mobile payments, and much more. The watch comes in three models — stainless steel, black titanium or white titanium.
Garmin Enduro: was $799 now $498 @ Amazon
Garmin's multisport watch can track a wide variety of health features, which makes it a great all-rounder. The Garmin Enduro has a battery life that lasts up to 80 hours with GPS on, and can charge via a solar lens. You can even select your most essential functions to run so you won't waste battery on features you're not using.
Garmin Lily: $199 @ Amazon
Best-looking: The Garmin Lily is one of the best cheap smartwatches on the market — and one of the best-looking, too. It has plenty of useful health-tracking features, making it a rival for the Samsung Galaxy Active 2 and the FitBit Versa 3 for a lower price.
Garmin Approach S42: $299 @ Amazon
Although it lacks a heart rate monitor, the Garmin Approach S42 is an excellent all-around golfing watch. It has a stylish design, a responsive touch screen and accurate GPS. Plus, it can last for 15 hours of battery life with GPS on or up to 10 days with GPS off.
Garmin Approach S12: $199 @ Amazon
The Garmin Approach S12 has all the features you could want out of an entry-level golfing watch. It's affordable, has accurate GPS tracking and is pre-loaded with 43,000 courses. The watch lasts for 10 weeks of battery life with GPS off or 30 hours with GPS on.
Garmin Fenix 7 Pro: $799 @ Amazon
The Garmin Fenix 7 Pro is the ultimate outdoor adventure watch. As well having 37 day battery life with solar charging, a new heart rate sensor, this watch also has a touch screen and a built-in flashlight.
Garmin Fenix 7: was $699 now $649 @ Garmin
Best for marathons: The Garmin Fenix 7 is a rugged touch-screen watch designed for outdoor activities. This is a large, heavy watch, so this isn't the watch for you if you prefer a sleeker design. But the Garmin Fenix 7 does have plenty of storage, great battery life and water resistance up to 100 meters.
Garmin Vivosmart 5: $149 @ Amazon
This lightweight, affordable fitness tracker from Garmin packs a more readable display, a physical button for easier navigation and seven-day battery life. Blood oxygen monitoring, and continuous heart rate monitoring are also on show, although there's no built-in GPS.
Garmin Vivosmart 4: was $129 now $87 @ Amazon
This sleek fitness band packs advanced sensors in an affordable package. Tracking sleep, stress and energy levels is endlessly interesting, and it's even better when you can do it knowing you scored a great deal on your Vivosmart 4.
Garmin Vivoactive 4: was $349 now $249 @ Amazon
With built-in GPS, on-demand health metrics, and offline Spotify playback, the Vivocactive 4 is a total score. This well-rounded, fitness-focused smartwatch improves upon the Vivoactive 3 with more bells and whistles for tracking health stats and workouts.
Garmin Vivomove 3S: was $249 now $159 @ Amazon
The Vivomove is one of Garmin's most stylish watches, and can easily be worn all day. The hidden touchscreen responds to your movement, and only appears when you need it, plus the watch can connect to your smartphone's GPS to track outdoor activities. It's probably not the right pick for serious runners, but if you're looking for an attractive smartwatch, it ticks all the right boxes.
Garmin Vivomove Sport: $179 @ Amazon
We think the Garmin Vivomove Sport is the most stylish Garmin watch. It's lightweight and comfortable to wear, comes in four colors and offers useful female health tracking features. Unfortunately, it lacks GPS, so opt for a different watch if you want GPS tracking on the fly.
Garmin Vivofit Jr 3: was $89 now $69 @ Amazon
The Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 is Garmin's fitness tracker for kids. It tracks steps, sleep, and more, and Star Wars, Marvel and Disney Princess themed bands are available. The Vivofit Jr 3 is swim-proof and can last for up to 1 year of battery life.
Garmin Bounce: $149 @ Garmin
If you're not ready to get your kids a smartphone, Garmin are here with an alternative. The Garmin Bounce allows you to communicate with your child on the go with LTE connectivity and real-time location tracking. This smartwatch also tracks steps, sleep and is swim-friendly.
Garmin Instinct: was $299 now $172 @ Amazon
If you're looking for a basic sports watch that can last a long time on a charge and track you on all your outdoor adventures, this Garmin Instinct deal is one to check out. It has a 3-axis compass and a barometric altimeter, and can track GPS, Glonass and Galileo satellites. It's rated to withstand all sorts of bumps and shocks, and can last up to 40 hours using Ultratrack mode.
Garmin Instinct Solar: was $399 now $248 @ Amazon
Spend a lot of time outdoors? This version of the Garmin Instinct harnesses the power of the sun and can extend the battery life of your watch by up to 54 days.