Best Buy Best Buy: Get the Schwinn IC4 Spin Bike for $999.99 (regularly $1249.99) Save $250 on the Schwinn IC4 Spin Bike!

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Spin into the fall with a new bike from Best Buy, where you'll save $250.00 on the Schwinn IC4 Spin Bike.

No promo code is required, as the $250.00 discount is automatically applied at checkout. The Schwinn IC4 has become a fan-favourite for home workouts, as it's compatible with popular third-party apps including Peloton and Zwift, letting you stream spin classes on-demand – for comparison, the same Schwinn bike is $1249.00 at Walmart, while the Bowflex C6 (an identical bike with Bowflex branding) is $1399.00. A few other features include:

  • Designed to work with popular cycling apps including Peloton, Explore the World, Zwift and more
  • 40-pound flywheel with an intuitive resistance knob and 100 levels of magnetic resistance lets you tailor workout intensity
  • Full-colour backlit LCD console monitors heart rate, speed, time, distance, calories and RPMs to track progress
  • Bluetooth connectivity to connect to popular cycling apps, virtual courses and live classes
  • Premium dipped handlebars ensure you remain comfortable during long or intense rides
  • Adjustable race-style seat and dual-link SPD foot pedals with toe cages ensure a secure and comfortable ride
  • Included arm strap tracks your heart rate via Bluetooth
  • USB port lets you charge your phone, tablet or music device while you ride
  • Water bottle holder with integrated media rack keeps your essentials close at hand
  • Easy-access cradles with a set of 3-pound dumbbells to enhance your workout with weights

This offer is available online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Best Buy.


Posted August 27: Get Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells for $398.98 (regularly $499.99)

Round out your home gym with new weights from Best Buy, where Bowflex SelectTech 552 Adjustable Dumbbells are on sale for $398.98 (regularly $499.99) with free shipping – a savings of $101.01!

The list price on the Best Buy product page is $448.98, but you'll get an extra $50.00 discount at checkout to knock the price down to $398.98.

Bowflex SelectTech 552 dumbbells have been one of the most sought-after fitness products over the past two years and frequently sold out across Canada. For reference, $398.98 is the lowest price for SelectTech 552s since 2018, as they've been regular price (or higher) throughout 2019-2020 at several retailers including Amazon.ca, Bowflex, Canadian Tire and Sport Chek. A few product features include:

  • Versatile adjustable dumbbell set replaces 15 sets of weights
  • Easy-to-use selection dials to adjust weights from 5 to 52.5lbs in 2.5lb increments
  • Easily switch from one exercise to next and with the turn of a dial
  • Versatile workout for your legs, back, chest, abs, shoulders and arms
  • Compatible with free Bowflex SelectTech training app

This offer is available online or in Best Buy stores (where available) for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Best Buy.

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    • Why would someone downvote this? Some people yeesh.

      Almost 300 bucks off retail and Costco's great policies ... Looks good.
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    • Great deal, got this for the same price in ON at Best Buy and pairs well with a digital Peloton membership
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    • Saw a few units in Niagara Falls Costco this afternoon.
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    • Has anyone spotted this in the Toronto area? If yes, where?
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    • Outstanding – picked one up this morning.
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    • There were a few at the Grimsby, ON location the other day.
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    • The IC4 is a solid unit. Can work with the digital peloton app, other apps or on its own. There is an abundance of reviews on this bike comparing it to other bikes as well.

      Can't go wrong getting it from Costco either.
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    • Is this available at Ontario stores?
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    • mcfrugal wrote: Has anyone spotted this in the Toronto area? If yes, where?
      I saw it at the costco Highway 7/427 on October 1st
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    • Saw a few at the Markham, ON location two hours ago.
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    • Saw some in Burnaby Costco Still Creak BC in case someone look for it
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    • Sonofa! I just bought this last Sunday night for $1199 from Best Buy. Any way to get them to retroactively price match?
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    • Saw a bunch of these are Kanata Costco this afternoon
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    • Purchased from Amazon a month ago, its great.

      The seat is too hard though, do yourself a favor and budget an extra $50 to grab a more padded seat. I picked up a Bell seat for $30 from Walmart fwiw.
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    • London north had 4ish left around 4pm today.
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    • obuzzwan76 wrote: Sonofa! I just bought this last Sunday night for $1199 from Best Buy. Any way to get them to retroactively price match?
      Best Buy won't price match Costco warehouse.
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    • I did that same lol seat will make you sore within 30 min
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    • So build quality aside, what's the real advantage of this bike vs $300 range bikes? As I understand Peloton apps functionality is very limited ( you can't participate in their scoring board) and it works only for RPMs. Is it worth it paying $400-$500 premium just for that? Bikes gets decent scores on YouTube reviews, but not near perfect ( 60-80 out of 100) so what am I missing? It's over $1100 after taxes in the end 😕
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    • Tommy74 wrote: So build quality aside, what's the real advantage of this bike vs $300 range bikes? As I understand Peloton apps functionality is very limited ( you can't participate in their scoring board) and it works only for RPMs. Is it worth it paying $400-$500 premium just for that? Bikes gets decent scores on YouTube reviews, but not near perfect ( 60-80 out of 100) so what am I missing? It's over $1100 after taxes in the end 😕
      Magnetic resistance and sensors required for apps, from what I can tell.
      I have the felt pad resistance, dumb bike and it Is good enough for me. But requires regular maintenance, which is a bit of a pain
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    • Tommy74 wrote: So build quality aside, what's the real advantage of this bike vs $300 range bikes?
      This has magnetic resistance, the $300 ones have friction resistance. My old spin bike was a well reviewed budget model with friction resistance, however it developed a weird and very loud vibration in the friction mechanism which I couldn't fix. My choices were to use the bike at very low levels or throw it away.
      So yeah currently I'm shopping around for a bike trainer since I think it gonna work best for me :)
      However, out of curiosity, is magnetic resistance more reliable long term?
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