Sears just dropped their price on the Fitbit Aria Scale from $129.99 to $29.97. This is for a brand new unit, but it is listed as a "Hot Deal" (clearance pricing) so most coupons won't work with it, although you can use SYWR (Shop Your Way Rewards) points on them. I purchased mine with SYWR points and just picked it up in store, so it is legit if your still have a Sears around you and they have it in stock. I have seen these sell refurb around $50 from Newegg and other stores so this is a super hot deal for a brand new unit.
Using EBates also gives 1.5% so that gets you another $0.45 cash back.
As always, their inventory tracking isn't the best, so even if it says out of stock for you online, local stores 'may' still have them in stock. I have already seen a few occasions when they said something was sold out only to find 2-10 on them in my local store. Best of luck to all.
I ended up with two randomly, although the store only listed one in inventory. If your around a Sears, you might as well check out the "fitness" section. I don't think this is a sign of closer, just getting rid of the fitness electronics. Sears is a very strange store to be in these days.
None available within 50 miles of the SGV or OC areas in SoCal. I also checked some San Diego, Oxnard, Santa Barbara, Palm Springs and Fresno zip codes and none available there. Great price if you can find it. I bought one for under $100 a while back and use it everyday.
Hi guys, Long time Lurker, first time poster. Just wanted to let you know i checked on Sears.com to see if any were in stock near me and got none within 50 miles of me. That being said, I decided to go to best buy since they price match and got them to price match the item. they rang it up for a total of $140, spent a lot of time verifying the price, model, isbn, upc code, etc on Sears website and once they had done that modified the price to match. i walked out paying $32 and change. I know the cashier, a young man, seemed a bit nervous about screwing up and letting me walk out with something for $100-$110 off without quadruple checking to make sure it was right. Honestly i didn't blame him. Hope this proves useful to someone.
I ordered the only one that was showing up online at my local store (Pensacola FL), when I went to pick it up there was another one on the shelves. So if its not out of the way, you might want to go in and just check. Someone earlier said check the "fitness" section but in this store it was located in the bath area with the other scales.
I believe you can price match this to Discover if you can't find it at Sears, you can find it on Amazon and buy it with Discover.. obviously doesn't help you redeem your points, but if you want the product..
Decided to go into my local Sears because the Fitbit One (29.99) was listed in stock. When I got there I saw the clearance section of Fitbit Flex, Zips and Ones. On the same shelf were 3 Aria scales with no clearance stickers. All rang up for $29.97.
I'm sharing because I had none available within 50 miles, yet I found 3 in a store less than 2 miles away!
splitxserenade said: Decided to go into my local Sears because the Fitbit One (29.99) was listed in stock. When I got there I saw the clearance section of Fitbit Flex, Zips and Ones. On the same shelf were 3 Aria scales with no clearance stickers. All rang up for $29.97.
I'm sharing because I had none available within 50 miles, yet I found 3 in a store less than 2 miles away! Would you be interested in shipping one of those?
Already numerous people have found units physically in store even when the website says they are sold out. This is why I noted that in my original post. Sears & Kmart share the same inventory system, and online reporting is less then ideal, especially when something is on clearance.
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