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How to pre-order the Fitbit Versa 2

How to pre-order the Fitbit Versa 2

Best answer: Fitbit just announced the next generation of its popular Versa smartwatch - the Versa 2 and Versa 2 Special Edition. The best way to get one is to pre-order right now on Fitbit's website.Direct from the source: Versa 2 (opens in new tab) ($200+ at Fitbit)Free Prime member shipping: Versa 2 (opens in new tab) ($200+ at Amazon)Your local big box store: Versa 2 (opens in new tab) ($200+ at Best Buy)

Pre-order directly from Fitbit in order to secure your new Versa 2

Now that the cat is out of the bag on the new Fitbit Versa 2, the fastest way to get your hands on one is to go directly to Fitbit.com (opens in new tab) or through the Fitbit app on your phone. Going directly through Fitbit generally gives you greater access to more colors and inventory than third-party sellers. Since Fitbit is already promoting the device heavily in-app through a splash screen ad, you can be assured they are ready and willing to take your order!

Can you get it from big box stores?

During this initial rollout the only major retailers that we've seen offering pre-orders of the Versa 2 are Amazon (opens in new tab) and Best Buy (opens in new tab). However, we expect that other big players like Walmart and Target are sure to be offering the watch soon as well.

What does it cost?

You can preorder the Versa 2 in two different configurations and multiple color options. Note that the Special Edition models come with two premium bands - a woven band and a sport version in both small and large sizes. The regular Versa 2 comes with one sport band.

  • Versa 2 - $200 (available in Black / Carbon, Stone / Mist Grey, Petal / Copper Rose, Bordeaux / Copper Rose, and Emerald / Copper Rose band and case configurations)
  • Versa 2 Special Edition - $230 (available in Smoke Woven / Mist Grey and Navy & Pink Woven / Copper Rose band and case configurations)

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