The 6 Best Treadmills at Best Buy 2024 (Tried and Tested)

Best Buy is your one-stop shop for electronics, whether you’re looking for a camera, a washing machine, or one of the best treadmills on the market. Once inside the retailer’s sliding doors, a rush of cool air hits you like the gust of an air bike and packs of happy-to-serve associates in blue shirts roll out a red carpet leading to its selection of fitness equipment, a fairly new addition to their stock. 

We’ve perused their fitness offerings and hand-picked the best treadmills at Best Buy. With options for in-store pickup, delivery, or delivery and installation, all you need to figure out is exactly what type of training you’re looking to do and how much you’re willing to spend. Our team has personally tested dozens of the options available in-store and online to provide you with honest feedback as you navigate your choices.

The 6 Best Treadmills at Best Buy for 2024

Best Treadmill with a Screen at Best Buy: NordicTrack Commercial 2450 

Best Budget Treadmill at Best Buy: ProForm Carbon TL

Best Under-Desk Treadmill at Best Buy: WalkingPad C2

Most Stable Treadmill at Best Buy: BowFlex Treadmill 10

Best Treadmill for Walking at Best Buy: NordicTrack T 5 S 

Best Compact Treadmill at Best Buy: Schwinn 810 

About Our Expert

This article has been reviewed by Amanda Capritto, CPT, CES, CNC, CF-L1, CSNC, a certified personal trainer and CrossFit Level 1 instructor. She reviewed the research we cite and the treadmills we listed to help ensure we’re providing helpful, accurate descriptions and recommendations. 

How We Tested and Chose the Best Treadmills at Best Buy

The BarBend team is filled with marathon racers, certified personal trainers, and weekend warriors who have tried and tested over 30 of the most popular treadmills. We scored each on a scale of 1 (woof, not good) to 5 (we love it) in categories such as durability, workout experience, tech capabilities, and more. Below are some of the key areas we zeroed in on to make our picks.

Speed: Many runners have a need for speed, so we made sure to include options in this roundup with max speeds of up to 12 miles per hour, allowing for a 5-minute mile pace. 

Incline and Decline: While not every person is looking for one of the best incline treadmills, we made sure to include a few options with incline capabilities for users interested in targeting their glutes, hip flexors, and hamstrings, and decline training for users wanting more quad focused work. (1)

Stride Length: “You’ll want a running deck at least 60 inches in length to accommodate the length of a typical running stride,” notes BarBend expert reviewer Amanda Capritto, CPT, CES, CNC, CF-L1, CSNC. “Shorter individuals may be able to get away with a shorter deck.” As such, we worked to highlight running treadmills with 60-inch decks and budget models with 55-inch decks. We’ve also included some walking treadmills, which traditionally have much shorter decks, as it’s not necessary to accommodate one’s full stride. 

Programming: While not every person may want interactive programming with their treadmill, we included options with HD touchscreens and app integration so users can take fitness classes and stream entertainment as they work up a sweat. Our budget options may not include access to a dedicated app, but we tried to include models with preset programs that can help beginners develop a routine.

Best Treadmill with a Screen at Best Buy: NordicTrack Commercial 2450

NordicTrack Commercial 2450 Treadmill

NordicTrack Commercial 2450 Treadmill

The NordicTrack 2450 is one of the most high-tech treadmills on the market. It features a 22-inch touchscreen display that can tilt to your comfort level, and rotate 360 degrees. Your purchase includes a free month of iFit, and all of your trainer-led classes offer automatic adjustments to the incline, decline, and speed settings.

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Price: $2,999

Max Speed: 12 mph

Incline: -3 to 12%

Product Weight: 290lbs

Weight Capacity: 300lbs

Product Dimensions: 64.7” H x 78.5” L x 35.6” W


22-inch HD tilt and pivot touchscreen with iFIT integration

Incline range of -3 to 12 percent

Powerful and durable 3.6 CHP motor


Expensive $2,999 price tag

iFIT costs an additional $39 per month 

iFIT is the only app you can access via the touchscreen

NordicTrack produces some of our favorite treadmills, with commercial, incline, and compact models that feature screens to stream iFIT programming. In our opinion, the Commercial 2450 is the best Nordictrack treadmill offered at Best Buy, and our pick for its best treadmill with a screen due to its large 22-inch HD touchscreen. Customizations, adjustability, dynamic programming, and tech capabilities all scored a 5 out of 5.

Adjusting settings on the Commercial 2450.

We’re big fans of iFIT’s programming, as it provides access to more than 17,000 classes and scenic runs. “This screen is so large that you feel totally immersed in your workout,” noted our tester, a CrossFit Level-1 coach. “I loved the running classes I took on iFIT, and I was even able to tilt and pivot the screen to take strength and yoga classes off to the side.” They scored their overall workout experience a 4 out of 5. 

“I think iFIT’s trainers and programming go toe-to-toe with Peloton,” said our tester, who scored dynamic programming and tech capabilities a 5 out of 5. 

Kate Meier, a certified personal trainer and BarBend editorial member, loves the SmartAdjust feature of iFIT, which can make automatic adjustments during select classes. “As I was running over a volcano in Hawaii, my speed and incline automatically adjusted so it felt like I was really there climbing that hill.” 

iFIT, however, will cost an additional $39 a month after your 30-day free trial, and that’s on top of this machine’s $2,999 price tag. While we think it’s worth the price, it is a bummer that iFIT is the only programming you can view on this touchscreen. It offers no access to apps like Netflix or Hulu. 

Our tester folding the NordicTrack Commercial 2450.

This foldable treadmill is capable of max speeds of 12 miles per hour and an incline range of -3 to 12 percent. It’s powered by an impressive 3.6 CHP motor, putting it in the same league as many of the best high-end treadmills

“This treadmill’s motor and training intensity can support serious runners, plus it has a superb screen to elevate your training,” concluded our tester. “While the price tag is a lot, you’re getting a really great treadmill here.” Value scored a 4 out of 5.

Read our full NordicTrack 2450 Treadmill Review.

Best Budget Treadmill at Best Buy: ProForm Carbon TL

ProForm Carbon TL

ProForm Carbon TL

The ProForm Carbon TL is an entry-level ProForm treadmill, with 10 miles per hour max speed, 10 percent incline capabilities, and a 300-pound user weight capacity to host a variety of athletes.

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Price: $599

Max Speed: 10 mph

Max Incline: 10%

Product Weight: 185lbs

Weight Capacity: 300lbs

Product Dimensions: 57” H x 68.6” L x 32.1” W


Costs $599 — well below the average for treadmills


10-percent incline and 10 miles per hour max speed


No touchscreen to view content or programming

Unimpressive 2.6HP motor

iFIT membership costs $39 a month

Affordable home gym equipment makes at-home fitness accessible to a wider range of athletes. The ProForm Carbon TL is our choice for the best budget treadmill at Best Buy due to its $599 price tag — many comparable treadmills cost over $1,000. While we haven’t gotten our hands on this specific model — it’s since been discontinued by ProForm — we have tested the Carbon TLX model, which has a similar build and features. 

For a budget machine, the Carbon TL’s max speed of 10 miles per hour and 10-percent incline is impressive. Our tester, a certified personal trainer, gave the similar TLX a perfect 5 out of 5 for value. “You’re getting a lot for the price,” they noted. While the TLX is a little more powerful and a little more expensive than the TL, here’s a quick look at how the two compare.

Don’t expect a lot of tech. The Carbon TL only provides a simple LCD display with basic training metrics. However, what our testers appreciate about this model, considering the budget price, is the ability to connect to iFIT. “There’s Bluetooth connectivity to pair this treadmill with iFIT, so you can stream programming from your own device,” noted our tester, a CrossFit Level-1 coach. Tech capabilities scored a 4.25 out of 5.

Users get a free one-month subscription to iFIT, but membership after that will cost $39 a month. This subscription gives you access to over 17,000 trainer-led fitness classes and scenic runs you can view from your phone or tablet. “I didn’t have a problem connecting my phone to the treadmill’s Bluetooth, and it was easy to pick a class on iFIT and get going,” said our tester, who gave dynamic programming a 4 out of 5.

[Related: iFIT Review]

Our tester adjusting the controls on the ProForm Carbon TLX.

While we appreciate the tech capabilities and range of speed and incline, the 2.6HP motor disappoints. “For the motor, continuous horsepower (CHP) is ideal, and runners who train at a high volume will want to look for a CHP of 3.0. However, that may be really tough to find in a budget lineup,” notes BarBend expert review Amanda Capritto, CPT, CES, CNC, CF-L1, CSNC. 

Best Under-Desk Treadmill at Best Buy: WalkingPad C2

WalkingPad C2 Mini Foldable Treadmill

WalkingPad C2 Mini Foldable Treadmill

This impressive under-desk treadmill can be prime for avid walkers and can fold in half for more convenient storage. Plus, the WalkingPad C2 Mini Foldable Treadmill is available in five colorways, giving athletes the unique opportunity to showcase their personality through their fitness equipment.

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Price: $599.99

Max Speed: 3.7mph

Max Incline: N/A

Product Weight: 55lbs

Weight Capacity: 220lbs

Product Dimensions: 4.92” H x 56.88” L x 20.39” W (unfolded); 5.35” H x 32.48” L x 20.39” W (folded)


This 5.3-inch machine can fit beneath desks

Measures just 4.60 square foot when folded for easy storage

Four ways to control speed


0.75HP motor won’t win any awards

Short 47.27-inch deck length

Reviews mention this treadmill can be noisy

If you’re stuck at your desk for countless hours, an under-desk treadmill can help you reach your step goal, get your blood pumping, and leave you feeling accomplished even when you didn’t have time to squeeze your workout in. The WalkingPad C2 is our pick for the best under-desk treadmill at Best Buy, as its 5.3-inch height is low profile enough to slip under most standing desks. We also like that it folds up when not in use, halving the footprint to just 4.60 square feet. 

When I’m working, I like to stroll on my walking treadmill and then swap it out for a chair. This walking pad’s 55-pound build and built-in transport wheels should make it relatively simple for most users to move in and out of their workspace. 

The included remote allows you to control your speed from your desktop, so you don’t have to bend down and fiddle with the on-board display. The C2 also utilizes foot-sensing technology that can adjust your speed depending on where you walk on the belt deck. Users can also download the KS Fit app to track their training and adjust their speed. 

Our tester starting their day on the WalkingPad P1.

Taller users may find the 47.27-inch walking deck too short for their strides. However, I’m 5 feet 5 inches tall and my walking treadmill’s 38-inch length fits me fine, especially since I value the compact nature of these machines over having a totally natural stride.

[Related: The Best Compact Exercise Equipment

The 0.75HP motor isn’t nearly as strong or capable as the 2.5HP or CHP motors you’ll find on machines meant for jogging and running, and may not hold up well to repeated extended use. Due to this, we recommend this machine for light walking and low-intensity exercise, followed up with proper maintenance.

Lastly, if you need a quiet work environment, this treadmill may not be the best fit. “It’s a lot louder than I thought it would be,” noted a customer who used a sound meter to measure the decibels of this machine. “[At] 1.0 speed [it measured] 60 decibels.” That’s about the same level of noise as an air conditioning unit that’s 100 feet away. (2)

Most Stable Treadmill at Best Buy: BowFlex Treadmill 10

Bowflex Treadmill 10

Bowflex Treadmill 10

This treadmill features a foldable design, a 400-pound weight capacity, a wide range of incline and decline settings, and offers streaming capabilities. 

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Price: $1,999

Max Speed: 12 mph

Max Incline: -3 to 15%

Product Weight: 323lbs

Weight Capacity: 400lbs

Product Dimensions: 65.3” H x 85” L x 39.6” W


Above-average 400-pound user weight capacity

Decline and incline capabilities between -5 and 15%

JRNY app integration with fitness programming and access to Netflix and Amazon Prime


This 323-pound machine is heavy and hard to move

Huge footprint of 23.38 square feet

Motor horsepower mystery

The BowFlex Treadmill 10 is a beast, taking up 23.38 square feet of floor space. Per our tester, a CrossFit Level-1 coach, the large build (and its quality construction) “makes this treadmill incredibly stable.” Adjustability, ergonomics, and tech capabilities scored a 4.5 out of 5, and workout experience, conveniences, and value came in right behind with a 4 out of 5.

BowFlex treadmill folding in BarBend testing center.

“This treadmill is large,” noted our tester, “but I liked the stability of the deck, even when I took the incline all the way up and sprinted.” Plus, this goliath of a machine can handle a wide range of users. The 400-pound user weight capacity is 100 pounds more than the max user weight limit on most standard treadmills. 

[Related: The Best Treadmills for Tall Runners]

We also like its incline and decline capabilities, cushioned 60-inch running deck, and 10-inch HD touchscreen, which is integrated with the JRNY app. JRNY provides users with a variety of trainer-led classes, scenic rides via Explore the World, workout tracking, and adaptive fitness capabilities, which can customize workouts based on your fitness level. “This treadmill offers a lot when it comes to tech,” said our tester, “Plus it can pair with Zwift, which I love.” Tech capabilities scored a 4.5 out of 5.

Our Tester’s hand resting on the handle of a Bowflex Treadmill

Also, you can access entertainment apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime via the touchscreen, something you can’t say about NordicTrack or ProForm treadmills. 

This wealth of capabilities comes with a 323-pound build, which was difficult for our tester to move. “While it can fold up, moving this thing around was difficult because it’s heavy and the transport wheels are small,” they said, scoring portability a 2.5 out of 5.

Our BarBend Tester walks on a Bowflex Treadmill.

“We’ve put countless miles on this treadmill, and it feels like it’s going to hold up over the long run with proper care,” they added. However, durability only scored a 3.5 out of 5 because the motor strength is a mystery. We’ve seen it listed at different horsepower levels, but when I got BowFlex customer service on the phone, they wouldn’t share what the actual horsepower is. Best Buy lists the motor at 3 HP, but we’ve heard whispers that it could be between 2.5 HP and 4.0 CHP. 

Read our full BowFlex Treadmill 10 Review.

Best Treadmill for Walking at Best Buy: NordicTrack T 5 S

NordicTrack T 5 S

NordicTrack T 5 S

The NordicTrack T-series 5 Treadmill is an entry-level machine with 10 miles per hour max speed, 12 percent incline capabilities, and iFIT connectivity so you can stream programming and keep track of workouts from your own device.

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Price: $599

Max Speed: 10 mph

Max Incline: 12%

Product Weight: 140lbs

Weight Capacity: 300lbs

Product Dimensions: 48.67” H x 68.3” L x 30.5” W


55-inch belt deck offers some cushioning and ample space for walking and light jogging

Budget-friendly NordicTrack treadmill with iFIT compatibility

20 preset workouts


No touchscreen; must access iFIT with your own device

Doesn’t fold

The 2.6HP motor isn’t very strong

If you’re looking for an affordable entry point into NordicTrack treadmills, the $599 NordicTrack T 5 S may be just the machine for you. This entry-level machine is our choice for best treadmill for walking at Best Buy due to its 55-inch KeyFlex cushioned running deck and iFIT compatibility.

While we tend to recommend 60-inch belt decks for runners, the 55-inch belt deck here should offer plenty of space for walking and light jogging. “The tread belt is cushioned decently,” reads one review. “[And] the noise is minimal.”

[Related: The Best Treadmills for Walking]

A person walks on the NordicTrack T-Series model.

While it doesn’t have a built-in touchscreen, this treadmill is iFIT-compatible so users can pair their own device to track workouts and stream programming. iFIT offers over 17,000 on-demand trainer-led workouts and scenic hikes and runs across the globe. iFIT is awesome,” noted our tester, a certified personal trainer. “I think its programming is on par with Peloton.”

You’ll get a free one-month trial with your purchase, but a subscription will run you $39 a month after it ends. You don’t need iFIT to use the treadmill — there are actually 20 preset programs available via the console — but users will still need to create an iFIT account to set it up. Just make sure to cancel your membership once you’ve gotten everything up and running.

Console on a NordicTrack T-Series Treadmill.

“This treadmill does not fold, but it’s very light to lift and roll,” noted one customer review. While Best Buy lists this product as being 268 pounds, after scouring Reddit and Amazon reviews, we believe it’s actually 140 pounds.

Its 2.6 HP motor falls short of the 1.75 to 2.75 CHP motors recommended by BarBend expert reviewer Amanda Capritto, CPT, CES, CNC, CF-L1, CSNC. However, for those looking to add some walking workouts into their routine — and are on a budget — this is a good treadmill to help you reach your goals. 

Best Compact Treadmill at Best Buy: Schwinn 810

Schwinn 810

Schwinn 810

This treadmill offers a 20-inch x 55-inch running belt with Softrak deck cushioning. It can reach speeds up to 10 MPH with 10% motorized incline.

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Price: $899.99

Max Speed: 10 mph

Max Incline: 10%

Product Weight: 155lbs

Weight Capacity: 275lbs

Motor: 2.6 CHP

Product Dimensions: 56.7” H x 69.1” L x 35.6” W


Shrinks from 17 square feet to 9.77 square feet when folded

SoftDrop design with hydraulic assistance for easy folding and unfolding

The 2.6 CHP is powerful, especially at this price point

Quick-adjust speed and incline buttons


Per our tester, the running belt felt thin and unsupportive

Large tablets may not fit in the device holder

No Bluetooth

If you’re crammed in an apartment or space is tight in your home, a compact treadmill can provide the training you desire without gobbling up your living quarters. Our pick for the best compact treadmill at Best Buy is the Schwinn 810 because its footprint of 17 square feet can shrink down to just 9.77 square feet when folded — that’s about half the size of a twin-size mattress. Ergonomics, conveniences, adjustability, and value scored a 4 out of 5.

[Related: The Best Treadmills for Apartments]

BarBend reviews writer Ben Emminger adjusting the incline on the Schwinn 810.

Schwinn’s SoftDrop system simplifies the folding option with hydraulics that assist with lowering the running deck from its folded position. This should prove convenient for anyone looking to repeatedly fold, stow, and unfold their treadmill, as it can help protect floors from damage as the belt deck is gently lowered down. 

For $899, you’re getting a max speed of 10 miles per hour, a 10-percent incline, and an impressive 2.6 CHP motor, which is stronger than most other motors we’ve seen in this price range. 

However, our tester was left wanting more from the belt deck. “The belt is thin and didn’t provide much support while I ran,” they noted. Regardless, adjustability and ergonomics still earned a 4 out of 5, thanks to the incline, speed, and deck length.

It has no built-in touchscreen, but there is a device holder so you can stream classes or shows from your smartphone. Unfortunately, we found it to be too small for most tablets. “I’d suggest only placing your phone in the media stand since anything larger might not fit,” noted our tester, a CrossFit Level-1 coach. They scored conveniences a 4 out of 5.

Tech capabilities are limited — scoring a 3 out of 5 — but our tester did appreciate the quick-adjust buttons on the center console and the 16 preset programs. “It was easy to change my speed and incline, and I liked that there are buttons on the monitor to take you to the built-in workout programs,” they said. The programs include intervals, goals, weight loss, and a custom option.

Heart beat handle on the Schwinn 810 Treadmill.

“This treadmill doesn’t compare to commercial treadmills,” concluded our tester, “But it’s still a fine budget choice for taller users looking to walk or jog, or shorter users looking for full functionality in a machine.”

Read our full Schwinn 810 Treadmill Review.

Benefits of Treadmills at Best Buy

Best Buy offers a wide range of training equipment, and their selection of treadmills can support a variety of athletes, budgets, and fitness goals.

Convenience: Pick-up is free when done from one of 1,050 Best Buy stores in operation in the US. (3) Delivery is available and can cost as low as $29.99, depending on where you live. There’s also the option for delivery and setup, where Best Buy will have a team put your machine together (build, plug it in, pair with Wi-Fi, etc) so you can save your sweat for the workout. Professional assembly will cost an additional $300 in addition to the delivery cost, and for an extra $100 on top of this, they’ll haul away an old piece of equipment and recycle it for you.

Face to Face: When buying one of the best treadmills on Amazon, you won’t have a helpful employee nearby to answer questions or tell you there’s burger in your teeth. When buying a treadmill at Best Buy, you have the opportunity to go into an actual store and talk face to face with an actual retail sales associate who can guide you through your purchase and delivery options (and tell you there’s burger in your teeth).

Geek Squad: While the Geek Squad is what some people called me and my friends in middle school, the name has been reclaimed by Best Buy’s technical wizards (as opposed to 11-year-olds with bad haircuts and braces). Best Buy offers three- and five-year protection plans — from $100 to $150, respectively — and getting one means the Geek Squad will come to your home to make repairs from normal wear and tear and fix equipment that’s not working due to power surges. 

Cardio Benefits: The cardio benefits cup overflows, and adding a treadmill to your home can help you reap all that goodness, from improved cardiovascular health, and lowered anxiety, to helping with weight management. (4)

How Much Do Treadmills at Best Buy Cost?

Our options for treadmills from Best Buy range in cost from $599 to $2,999. If you’re in need of high-end dynamic programming with built-in touchscreens to stream content, you can expect to pay upwards of $2,000. Lower-priced machines offer compact footprints, and folding capabilities for easy storage, and some options provide Bluetooth connectivity to pair with apps. 

The NordicTrack Commercial 2450 and BowFlex Treadmill 10 are the two priciest machines on our list, as they contain built-in touchscreens with app integration. Also, using these apps costs an additional monthly fee on top of the cost of the treadmill. 

A person is shown walking on a ProForm Carbon TLX treadmill.

The Schwinn 810 is our only mid-range treadmill, coming in at $899.99. It’s low on tech, but the powerful 2.6 CHP is impressive, its footprint is small, and it has a max speed of 10 miles per hour, all of which is great for a treadmill under $1,000. However, taller athletes may want to take the limited 55-inch belt deck into consideration, since we like to recommend at least 60 inches for more room to stride.

The beginner-friendly ProForm and NordicTrack machines cost $599. While you won’t find built-in touchscreens here, these machines can pair with iFIT so you can stream programming from your own device. The WalkingPad C2 — also $599 — is best suited for users looking to add some steps to their day while working at a standing desk.

[Related: The Best Teadmills for Beginners]

What to Consider Before Buying a Treadmill at Best Buy

According to BarBend expert reviewer Amanda Capritto, CPT, CES, CNC, CF-L1, CSNC, “Treadmills are available with a large variety of different features, from motor horsepower to incline/decline levels to console specifications and accessories. This can make it overwhelming to shop for one and difficult to make a decision, but luckily, our expert equipment testers can help you choose based on their experience….” The following are some areas to consider before bringing one of these exercise machines home. 

Available Space

While you may think you’ve settled on the fitness equipment of your dreams, you’ll need to make sure it fits in your space. Take out a tape measure and measure out the dimensions of what you have available so that you can cross-reference that against your top choices. For those with limited space, folding treadmills can be folded up and rolled out of the way when not in use. 

Fitness Goals

One of the first questions you need to answer when searching for a treadmill is what sort of training do you want to accomplish. If running workouts are what you’re after, keep your eyes peeled for max speeds of 10 miles per hour and beyond — that allows you to train at a 6-minute mile pace. You’ll also want a CHP motor, as CHP motors are more powerful than HP motors and can better support rigorous training.

Our BarBend product tester following a programmed workout on the Bowflex Treadmill 10.

Incline capabilities are also a must. “If you’re using your treadmill to train for a race (as opposed to just keeping fit), incline is a necessary feature and decline is nice to have,” says Capritto. “You’ll undoubtedly encounter hills in the outside world, even in generally flat regions. Look for incline capabilities reaching 9 percent or higher. For decline, look for ranges -2 to -5 percent.”

For those looking to add more steps to their day, or just want the ability to do some light jogging on occasion, a budget-friendly walking pad or under-desk treadmill may suit your needs.

Treadmills with TV Screens

“Some individuals find that they need the motivation and discipline of a fitness instructor to help them stick to an exercise routine and actually push themselves during their sessions. Treadmills with TV screens can help with this, because they essentially provide the opportunity to have a virtual fitness instructor help you work through your session in the comfort of your home,” notes Capritto.

Our tester setting up a Schwinn 810 Treadmill in the gym

You’ll want to consider if this tech will support your workout routine since the inclusion of screens on treadmills will bump up the price consideration. The treadmills with screens on our list cost between $1,999.99 and $2,999.

[Related: The Best Treadmills for Running]


The price of treadmills is a wide and expansive landscape, ranging from a couple hundred dollars up to upwards of $3,000. High-end machines often provide better warranties and stronger motors, which can increase the longevity of your equipment over time. However, budget-friendly home treadmills are excellent for those who aren’t looking to spend an arm and a leg or are unsure if these cardio machines are the right tool for them.

Final Word

The treadmills available at Best Buy range in versatility, allowing athletes of all levels and abilities easy access to machines that can support their training. We’ve picked out our favorite quality treadmills from the Best Buy catalog and detailed who we thought would be best suited for each profile. 

Jake Moving the NordicTrack Commercial 2450

When perusing our list, be sure to think about how you intend to use your treadmill. Are you looking to add some movement to your day, or do you want a machine that can support sprints and HIIT training? Is the cost of a smart treadmill beneficial to your goals, or do you need a compact machine that you can stow out of the way when not in use? Allow this roundup to be your guide to a more fit future.


How much do treadmills at Best Buy cost?

Inventory is always changing, but at the time of this writing, the cost of treadmills at Best Buy ranged from $599 up to $6,899.

What is the best treadmill at Best Buy?

The NordicTrack Commercial 2450 would be our pick for the best treadmill overall due to its spacious 60-inch running deck, max speed of 12 miles per hour, and -2 to 12-percent incline capabilities. Additionally, the 22-inch HD touchscreen can offer users an immersive training experience via the integrated iFIT app.

What time of year do treadmills at Best Buy go on sale?

Keep your eyes peeled for sales and discounts around holidays, such as Thanksgiving (hello Black Friday), Christmas, New Year’s, and Memorial Day.


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