Peloton Peloton Black Friday 2021: $450.00 Off the Peloton Bike+ Until November 29 Save $450 on the Peloton Bike+ for Black Friday!

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Ride into the holidays with a new spin bike from Peloton, where you can save $450.00 on the Peloton Bike+ for Black Friday.

Originally released in September 2020, the Peloton Bike+ is the latest-generation spin bike from Peloton, featuring a rotating 24" touchscreen to easily stream spin or cardio classes on-demand. This is the first time the Bike+ has been discounted since its launch and a few other product features include:

  • Rotating 23.8" screen with 360º of movement to seamlessly shift from cycling to strength, yoga and more
  • High-fidelity four-speaker sound system for clear sound and quality for a more intense Instructor connection
  • Compact 4' x 2' footprint blends seamlessly into any home in the city, country or places in between
  • Resistance knob for manual control or Auto-resistance mode to automatically change resistance to match instructors' cues

A basic Peloton Digital Membership is not included with the bike and is available for free for the rest of 2021, while the Peloton All-Access Membership is available for $49.00 per month exclusively to Peloton owners.

This Peloton Black Friday offer is effective online until November 29 and the Peloton Bike+ list price includes assembly and delivery fees.

Shopping for spin bikes? Read our review of the The Best Spin Bikes to find more affordable alternatives to the Peloton Bike.

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    • still expensive like their stocks..
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    • This one actually worth buying for those who are into these types of workouts. Unlike outdated first version, this one has automatic resistance, newer android version and better screen.
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    • You are going to get downvoted to oblivion...
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    • Yikes... flame suit on
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    • It's a good product. Don't pay any attention to the stock related pile on - nothing to do with the product.
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    • Yeah great bike if this is for you... My only gripe is the monthly fee is a bit high... Yes, spinning classes add up to be more but that is also a very different environment from riding at home.
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    • Thanks OP, I needed another Pelaton+ for my 6th bedroom
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    • My only concern about pelotons is having a built-in screen. Once it's outdated or peloton magically decides to stop supporting it, then what?
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    • This is straight dumpster stuff. $3000+ for a EXERCISE BIKE and you are locked into the Peloton system. You can easily find tons of bikes for a quarter of the price....
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    • nsd wrote: My only concern about pelotons is having a built-in screen. Once it's outdated or peloton magically decides to stop supporting it, then what?
      It's an android OS and you can install nova launcher on it for example, so I don't know if outdated is the problem since the tablet's main objective is to launch the peloton apk. So unless the company goes flat, there should always be support since it's an app that's really the selling feature.
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    • The scary thing is the company never discounted before. Black Friday was free accessories that no-one wanted or used!
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    • https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/pelot ... 56225.html

      Peloton, which filed confidentially for an initial public offering on Wednesday, might not have gained a cult following had it not raised the price of its in-home exercise bike to $2,245 early on.

      “It was interesting psychology that we teased out,” Peloton CEO John Foley recalled in an interview last year with Yahoo Finance. “In the very, very early days, we charged $1,200 for the Peloton bike for the first couple of months. And what turned out happening is we heard from customers that the bike must be poorly built if you’re charging $1,200 for it. We charged $2,000 dollars for it, and sales increased, because people said, ‘Oh, it must be a quality bike.’”

      This article always puts a simile on my face.
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    • gena_mak wrote: Unlike outdated first version, this one has automatic resistance, newer android version and better screen.
      I still wouldn't shell out $3k for that.
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    • Get the much cheaper but still great Bowflex / Schwinn from Nautilus. Then you can use any tablet to sign up for the subscription service of your choice, incl Peloton.

      Don't get locked into the walled cycling garden!
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    • Zwift is where all the fun at, or so I was told. Needs a bike (existing or $500?), a trainer like Wahoo ($1.2k), and a monthly Zwift subscription.
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    • bobclair wrote: I still wouldn't shell out $3k for that.
      I am not trying to sell you you and I wouldn’t buy it either. But, if there is a deal to buy wahoo kikr for 3K I would.
      All depends… may be you wouldn’t pay for a diamond ring for your wife for your wedding or wedding anniversary and she will be fine with a copper ring AND you stay alive… who knows
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    • Read those threads - they relate to the last generation bike. as of one the OG Peloton owners on RFD I have frequently commented including in those threads. the reduction in pricing on the old bike was the first sign of a problem.

      But they had NEVER discounted their flagship product - positioning themselves as a premium niche product. Jetertmac posted the famous Foley quote about pricing. I am worried for them. While the pandemic was very kind to them - post pandemic has not been kind.
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    • Lord Denning wrote: Read those threads - they relate to the last generation bike. as of one the OG Peloton owners on RFD I have frequently commented including in those threads. the reduction in pricing on the old bike was the first sign of a problem.

      But they had NEVER discounted their flagship product - positioning themselves as a premium niche product. Jetertmac posted the famous Foley quote about pricing. I am worried for them. While the pandemic was very kind to them - post pandemic has not been kind.
      You said never discounted, so regardless of what gen, your comment was wrong. The bike was, now bike+ the flagship. With gyms re-opening, I'm sure a lot of the home fitness ponies are seeing a reduction in sales. Not a shock. At the start of the pandemic, you couldn't get a trampoline or pool or dumbbells' without paying a huge markup if you could find it at all. I think the company will be fine, they have enough celebrity endorsements and I'm sure they are working on some new angle, but indeed it's a niche market. Much like all these other 'connected' home workout systems and as more options become available, the unattainable ones will get cheaper.
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