Amazon has a great price today on the The Biggest Loser Challenge Wii game - on sale for just $9.99 (regularly $19.99). It is also eligible for FREE super saver shipping when you spend $25 or more. I just checked & this is the first time it’s dropped in price on Amazon & this was the lowest I could find it online. This game gets 4 stars and great reviews. Let us know if you own this game & what you think!
Here’s a little more information about this game:
- Track Your Progress - Players can track their progress through the game’s calendar, which displays a recommended routine, challenges and nutrition for that day.
- Motivation - Players will be provided encouragement and given tips from trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels.
- Enhanced Gameplay Experience - Players can choose to workout using the Wii Balance Board, stability ball or resistance bands for a more intense program.
- Know Your Health Score - Players can enter personal information such as age, height, weight and amount of regular exercise to calculate a score that indicates their current health and fitness levels.
- Fun For the Whole Family - The whole family can participate in The Biggest Loser Challenge. Families can link their profiles together to congratulate each other for the accomplishments, or help help motivate members who may not have signed in for a couple of days. The game also allows a player to join in on another player’s activity, via co-op play, without interrupting the game.
- The Biggest Loser Club - The game includes a 30-day trial membership to The Biggest Loser Club, a $19.99 value.
*Remember that Amazon prices are subject to change at any time. The price was current when this deal was posted at 8:50am on Monday May 7th; however, the listed price may be more or less on the product when you check.
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