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Target slashes the price of $95 Fitbit for kids to just $20 in stores

An Australian mother has bought a small collection of Fitbits for kids at the bargain price of $20 each, causing a mass frenzy of shoppers to visit their closest Target store.

The woman, who is based in Queensland, shared a post on social media addressing the cheaper Fitbit Ace – which was developed for children – with other keen smart watch fans.

‘Kids Fitbits are on sale for $49 and scanning up at $20 at Target,’ she said.

The woman, who is based in Queensland, shared a post on social media addressing the cheaper Fitbit Ace - which was developed for children - with other keen smart watch fans

The woman, who is based in Queensland, shared a post on social media addressing the cheaper Fitbit Ace – which was developed for children – with other keen smart watch fans

'Kids Fitbits are on sale for $49 and scanning up at $20 at Target,' she said (the woman purchased two from this store)

‘Kids Fitbits are on sale for $49 and scanning up at $20 at Target,’ she said (the woman purchased two from this store)

‘On Friday I spent the day hunting some down. I went to three Target stores to get them. We needed 11 and I managed to get 11.’

She said the original price for one Fitbit was $95 so decided it was an ‘awesome score’, although she was only able to get ones with a purple band.  

‘I’m going to buy different colours off eBay for the kids,’ she said.

Hundreds of Australians were inspired by her post and hurriedly drove to Target to find the few remaining in stock. The Fitbit Ace’s are no longer available to buy on the retailer’s website.

'Thank you to the person who shared this, I got the last two Fitbits for my son and step daughter for $20.00, winning!' Said one woman from Mildura in Victoria (pictured)

‘Thank you to the person who shared this, I got the last two Fitbits for my son and step daughter for $20.00, winning!’ Said one woman from Mildura in Victoria (pictured)

The Fitbit Ace 2 (pictured) is currently stocked in Target for $129 with blue and pink bands, and is the second generation version of the Fitbit Ace

The Fitbit Ace 2 (pictured) is currently stocked in Target for $129 with blue and pink bands, and is the second generation version of the Fitbit Ace

‘Thank you to the person who shared this, I got the last two Fitbit’s for my son and step daughter for $20.00, winning!’ Said one woman from Mildura in Victoria.

‘My nine-year-old loves hers and she uses it daily,’ said another.

The Fitbit Ace 2 is currently stocked in Target for $129 with blue and pink bands, and is the second generation version of the Fitbit Ace.

Many have said that adults with smaller wrists would be able to wear these as well.

It tracks your steps and encourages children to do 60 minutes of moderate exercise a day.

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