Best Garmin deals: Including 33% off a Garmin Edge 1030 Plus
Smartwatches, Edge computers and heart rate monitors among today's best Garmin deals
Tech deals are naturally popular at this time of year, and Garmin deals are regularly some of the best - and most sought-after - deals available. It's not only on the brand's range of Edge cycling computers either. Within cycling, Garmin is synonymous with GPS head units that measure every conceivable metric and keep you headed in the right direction, but there are also deals on Garmin's smartwatches, heart rate monitors, power meters and lights, all of which are regularly among the best in their respective categories.
A smartwatch can be a smart alternative to a bike computer, as the best cycling watches provide much the same ride tracking functionality and also measure off-bike activities, sleep and body metrics. We reckon they're among the best gifts for cyclists this Christmas.
To make the deals easier to browse, we've broken them down by territory, with the USA deals first and UK deals below, and within each of those, we've split them up by category.
Where to find Garmin deals
If you don't see what you're looking for in our picks below, don't worry, as there are literally thousands of cycling products available at a discount worldwide, and you'll probably find the cycling tech you want from Garmin or one of its competitor brands somewhere.
It's also worth checking out Garmin's site, where there is a range of discounts on its tech.
🚲 Garmin US: Holiday sale on Fenix watches, Edge computers and more (opens in new tab)
🚲 Garmin UK: Holiday sale on Edge computers, Rally power meters and more (opens in new tab)
Most retailers have launched their sales, so below is an overview of the biggest sales available at the biggest retailers to give you a few ideas of where to shop.
Here are the quick deals in the USA:
🚲 Amazon: Deals on the best Garmin tech (opens in new tab)
🚲 Competitive Cyclist: Up to 40% off tech, apparel, shoes and helmets (opens in new tab)
🚲 Wiggle: Up to 60% off computers and cycling kit (opens in new tab)
🚲 Jenson USA: Discounts on smartwatches and Edge computers (opens in new tab)
🚲 REI: Discounts on cycling computers from Garmin and Wahoo (opens in new tab)
Here are the quick deals in the UK:
🚲 Amazon: 31% off the Garmin Edge 530 (opens in new tab)
🚲 Wiggle: 32% off Garmin Edge 1030 computer (opens in new tab)
🚲 Sigma Sports: 29% off Edge 830 computer (opens in new tab)
🚲 Evans: Get £80 off a Garmin Instinct (opens in new tab)
🚲 Tredz: £30 off a Garmin Edge 130 Plus performance bundle (opens in new tab)
And here are the quick deals in Australia:
🚲 Wiggle: Discounts on computers, clothing and more (opens in new tab)
🚲 Merlin: Sale on Castelli, Schwalbe and more (opens in new tab)
🚲 Chain Reaction: Up to 60% off kit, shoes and helmets and half-price maintenance (opens in new tab)
🚲 BikesOnline: Up to 50% off kit, components, shoes and more (opens in new tab)
Best Garmin Deals USA
Best Garmin smartwatch deals: USA
Garmin Forerunner 745:
$499.99 $420.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
16% off - There's loads of functionality to track cycling activity in the Forerunner 745, as well as running and other sports. It includes an optical heart rate monitor and will give you stats like VO2Max if connected to a power meter, as well as exercise load ad recovery time.
Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar:
$799.99 $399.99 at Garmin (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)50% off - An ideal multisport watch, much like the standard Fenix 6, but with some added features. More internal storage, fall detection and the ability to track water intake to name a few, plus solar charging. Ideal if you're heading into the wilderness for some bikepacking adventuring.
$349.99 $279.94 at Jenson USA (opens in new tab)
20% off - The Venu packs features including heart rate monitoring and pulse ox into a low profile package. It also includes Garmin Coach functionality as well as sleep monitoring, hydration tracking and Body Battery monitoring of your energy levels throughout the day.
$249.99 $169.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)32% off - With military-grade toughness and a breath of outdoor-sports features, the Instinct is perfect for cyclists of all types. It can track heart rate, connect to smartphones, track your location with GPS and more, and has a battery life of up to 14 days.
Garmin Forerunner 945:
$499.99 $441.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
12% off - The Garmin Forerunner 945 is broadly similar to the 935 below, but with improved hardware, battery life, more durable glass and a temperature sensor and the ability to flag up irregular heart rates.
Garmin Forerunner 735XT:
$349.99 $129.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
63% off - Not as feature-rich as the top-of-the-range models, but with more than half of the price the Forerunner is a compelling multisport option. It'll cover you for triathlons, navigation, and biometrics, and can handle Strava live segments too
$799.99 $499.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
38% off - $350 off the standard price really isn't to be sniffed at; you could buy a Garmin Instinct just with the money you'd save! Specifically designed for endurance athletes, with solar charging and a battery life of up to 300 hrs, it can keep track of your hydration, respiration rate, oxygen levels ad all the usual stats too.
Best Garmin Edge computer deals: USA
Garmin Edge 530 Refurb:
$249.99 $198.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
20% off - Save on this refurbished Edge 530 in excellent condition. It's Garmin's button-operated computer but includes much of the functionality of its higher-spec touchscreen models, including mapping and a colour screen. It links up via BLE or ANT+ with a whole range of cycling peripherals too.
Garmin Edge 1030 Bundle:
$699.99 $491.75 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
30% off - The perfect companion for the performance rider and tourers alike. A large 3.5" colour touchscreen displays oodles of data, and it includes a heart rate monitor strap and speed and cadence sensors too. It's no longer the top of the range, but it's still an exceptional option and a bargain.
Garmin Edge 1030 Plus:
$599.99 $399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
33% off - Garmin's large format 1030 Plus cycling computer offers loads of functionality to plan and follow your cycling routes and develop your cycling performance. With 32GB memory and full-colour maps, it covers all your navigation needs while riding.
Best Garmin accessory deals: USA
Garmin HRM Dual Heart Rate Monitor:
$69.99 $47.75 at Amazon
(opens in new tab)32% off - Get accurate data and train more effectively with a Garmin heart rate monitor chest strap. The Dual model is equipped with both Bluetooth and ANT+ technology, linking it with your Garmin cycling computer, smartphone, Apple TV, and/or fitness watch.
Garmin Varia UT800 Headlight:
$149.99 $99.99 at Jenson USA (opens in new tab)
33% off - The Varia UT800 links up with your Edge cycling computer, allowing you to control it from your head unit. The Edge also allows the Varia light to vary its output with speed and ambient light conditions, so it will project further ahead as you ride faster, with up to 800 lumens output.
Garmin Varia Rearview Radar:
$149.99 $119.99 at Western Bike Works (opens in new tab)
20% off - As well as producing some of the best bike computers on the market, Garmin has also pioneered its Varia rear-facing radar system. With it paired to a smartphone or Garmin head unit riders are alerted of vehicles approaching from behind, as well as their approach speed and distance.
Garmin Charge Power Pack:
$179.99 $125.99 at Western Bike Works (opens in new tab)
30% off - If you've got a Garmin Edge device with a connector built into its mounting point, like the Edge 1030 Plus, the Garmin Charge will plug into it to extend your runtime by up to 24 hours. Ideal for longer rides or if you're going to be off-grid.
Garmin Rally XC pedal body conversion kit:
$399.99 $287.99 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)
28% off - Convert your Rally power meter for gravel use with this conversion kit. It's quick to swap the body onto a road-going Shimano SPD-SL or Look-compatible Rally power meter, giving you the option to head off-road and still get all your power metrics.
Best Garmin deals UK
Best Garmin smartwatch deals: UK
Garmin Forerunner 245:
£249.99 £149.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
40% off - The Garmin Fore4runner 245 is packed with lots of great health-monitoring features such as a heart rate monitor and relaxation breathing timer as well as various training and recovery modes. It locks onto three satellite clusters and includes safety and tracking features via a smartphone link as you ride.
Garmin Forerunner 45:
£159.99 £121.71 at Amazon
(opens in new tab)24% off - The easy-to-use Forerunner 45 features an optical heart rate sensor, GPS, and access to Garmin Connect. Its battery will last 13 hours in GPS mode or up to seven days in watch mode. The black model is slightly cheaper but there are similar savings on the white, lilac and red versions.
Garmin Instinct Esports Edition:
£269.99 £148.47 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
45% off - Although now superseded by Instinct 2, the original Instinct still packs plenty of functionality, with GPS tracking in a rugged, lightweight package. This Esports edition has the same outdoor functionality as other Instincts, just in a red and black colourway.
Garmin Venu 2:
£349.99 £249.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
29% off - A decent discount on a versatile smartwatch that lets you store music, and track health stats and has rapid recharging that can add a day of life with just 10 minutes of charge time. This model has a slate bezel with the black case but there are also discounts on rose gold/white and slate/graphite versions of the smaller-sized Venu 2S.
Garmin Venu Sq:
£179.99 £147.97 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
18% off - The already budget-friendly Venu Sq still has on-the-wrist Pulse Ox and heart rate monitoring, preloaded run, walk bike and golf apps, and contactless pay. Also available in shadow grey/slate and white/light gold.
Garmin Fenix 6X Pro:
£599.99 £329.00 at Currys (opens in new tab)
45% off - The Fenix 6X Pro takes all the same excellent features from the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro and it upsizes them. You still get mapping, GPS, grade-adjusted pace guidance, pulse ox sensor, music, and all the other advanced training features but your screen goes up an additional 20 pixels in each direction to 280x280 and there's the extra battery life on board.
Garmin Instinct 2 Solar:
£389.99 £299.99 at Garmin (opens in new tab)
23% off - Garmin's current model Instinct 2 does much of what its pricier multisports watches do in a more affordable format. It's even more affordable with this discount from Garmin and its solar charging means that in its most economical mode you might never need to charge it.
Best Garmin computer deals: UK
Garmin Edge 1030 Plus:
£519.99 £349.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)
32% off - This is a decent discount and a rare find given we're looking at Garmin's previous range-topping computer. The Edge 1030 Plus is almost at the pinnacle of what cycling computers can do.
Garmin Edge 530:
£259.99 £179.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
31% off - Replacing the Edge 520 and Edge 520 Plus, the Garmin Edge 530 is full of features for such a compact unit. From recording rides and providing turn-by-turn navigation, to tracking FTP and other training metrics, it's a powerful device that offers great value for money.
Garmin Edge 830:
£349.99 £249 at Sigma Sports (opens in new tab)
29% off - With a touchscreen interface and compact format, the Edge 830 still gives you a wide range of functionality to track your rides and performance. It's Geraint Thomas's GPS unit of choice.
Garmin Edge 130 Plus:
£169.99 £128.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
25% off - This entry-level GPS bike computer comes with a sharp black and white screen, along with a host of trackable data points, such as the basics like speed and distance, but also more detailed things like mountain bike metrics. It's a good value, lightweight option for beginners, and it's now available at a nice discount.
Best Garmin accessory deals: UK
Garmin HRM Dual:
£59.99 £39.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
35% off - Using both ANT+ and Bluetooth, the HRM Dual allows you to connect to Zwift without an ANT+ connector, saving you even more money.
Garmin Rally Upgrade Pedal:
£489.99 £439.99 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)
10% off - Available in both Shimano and Look options, this allows riders who already have a single-sensing Rally power meter to upgrade to a dual-sensing version. ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity allows you to see instant and accurate power measurements on a compatible Garmin device.
Garmin Rally RS200 power meter:
£929.99 £699.99 at Garmin (opens in new tab)
25% off - A decent discount on Garmin's Shimano SPD-SL-compatible, dual-sided power meter with up to 120 hours of battery life from its replaceable coin cell batteries. Garmin claims +/-1% accuracy and the spindle can be ported over to SPD or Look bodies if you want to ride a different pedal system.
Garmin Rally XC200 power meter:
£999.99 £799.99 at Garmin (opens in new tab)
20% off - If you want Garmin's SPD-compatible dual-sided power meter, the discount is still significant, although not quite as good as the road-going SPD-SL-compatible model. But you get the same power measurement for your off-road rides with the same accuracy, plus a pair of shoes you can walk in.
Garmin Varia RTL515 rearview radar:
£169.99 £129.99 at Garmin (opens in new tab)
23% off - Garmin has a good offer on its rearview radar with a built-in taillight for Black Friday. It senses approaching traffic and alerts you via your cycling computer or smartwatch. The radar-only Garmin RVR315 (opens in new tab) is also priced down, costing just £79.99.
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Will joined the Cyclingnews team as a reviews writer in 2022, having previously written for Cyclist, BikeRadar and Advntr. There are very few types of cycling he's not dabbled in, and he has a particular affection for older bikes and long lasting components. Road riding was his first love, before graduating to racing CX in Yorkshire. He's been touring on a vintage tandem all the way through to fixed gear gravel riding and MTB too. When he's not out riding one of his many bikes he can usually be found in the garage making his own frames and components as a part time framebuilder, restoring old mountain bikes, or walking his collie in the Lake District.
Rides: Custom Zetland Audax, Bowman Palace:R, Peugeot Grand Tourisme Tandem, 1988 Specialized Rockhopper, Stooge Mk4, Falcon Explorer Tracklocross
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