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SAVE 30%: Peloton bikes and accessories are finally available on Amazon in the UK. Save 30% on accessories until Nov. 28.

When it comes to Peloton, the UK has always been playing catch up.

The super popular provider of exercise bikes and accessories has announced the expansion of its collaboration with Amazon, meaning the Peloton bike, guide, and select accessories are now available for purchase from Amazon UK. This collaboration with Amazon took place a few months ago in the U.S., but whatever.

To celebrate this collaboration, accessories are on sale for 30% off this Black Friday. This special deal is only available until Nov. 28, so you'll need to act swiftly to secure your favourite accessories for less.

We haven't come across any Black Friday deals on the Peloton bike yet, but that situation could change. We're not expecting any discounts on Peloton all-access memberships either, but we'll be sure to let you know if any surprise offers drop. An all-access membership usually costs £39 per month, and provides unlimited access to Peloton's entire library of content available on the bike and Peloton App. This must be purchased in order to access Peloton content on your Bike.

Save 30% on Peloton bikes this Black Friday.

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