Anti-Prime Day massage gun deals: cheaper than Amazon Prime Day deals!

Woman using massage gun on leg
Woman using massage gun on leg (Image credit: Getty)

This Amazon Prime Day, you may be pleased to discover that competing retailers have also slashed their prices across a range of products, so you don't just have to shop on Amazon to save money. 

Across Best Buy and Walmart savings of over $100 can be had on premium massage guns, as well as 50% on slightly cheaper models. Whatever your budget, you'll be able to find a massage gun to suit your needs. These big discounts are enough to rival the best Amazon Prime Day massage gun deals, giving you the option to shop around for the best massage gun deals. To save you some of the leg work, we've rounded up our favorites below.

If you're an athlete, or simply find yourself with tight muscles, investing in a massage gun can step up your recovery times and help you get back to training sooner. They can aid in improving your circulation too and  work by sending high-speed pulses of pressure deep into your tissue to help relieve muscle aches.

But don't take our work for it  – have a look at our guide to 5 benefits of a massage gun to see what the experts have to say.

You can save up to $100 on premium products from the likes of Hyperice and Therabody's Theragun range, many of which scored impressively in our test of the best massage guns.

For example, the premium Theragun Pro (an elite recovery device that was awarded an almost-immaculate 4.5 star score by our scrupulous reviewers) is down $100 in the limited time event - now $499.99.

Or, if you're really after a bargain, the wallet-friendly NuvoMed iTek Pro Impact Massager has been reduced to just $39.99

Below, we've compiled a collection of the best anti-Prime Day massage gun deals available during this event, with our favorites available at Best Buy and Walmart. Find the right device for you with this round-up of the best massage guns available off-prime this Amazon Prime Day.

Remember though, if you'd rather make the most of Amazon Prime Day deals, they are only available to Prime members, so make sure you’re logged into your account before you start browsing the discounts. Not a member? No problem – grab a 30 day free trial and you’ll have access to all of the Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals on fitness and health.

Best anti-Prime Day massage gun deals

Now $499.99 (Save 17%)

Theragun PRO| Was $599 Now $499.99 (Save 17%) 

With stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Maria Sharapova and James Harden among the athletes to use the brand's products, the brand's top-of-the-line product (the Theragun Pro) has recovery credentials that are hard to question. Now, save $100 and pick one up for the reduced price of $499.99. 

Now $39.99

NuvoMed - iTek Pro Impact Massager| Was $49.99 Now $39.99
A massage gun should soothe your aching limbs, not cost an arm and a leg. Luckily, you can now snap up this budget option from NuvoMed for just $39.99.  

Now $159.99 (Save 20%)

Hyperice Hypervolt GO 2| Was $199.99 Now $159.99 (Save 20%)
Small but mighty, the Hyperice Hypervolt 2 is a fantastic portable option that offers plenty of power while still fitting into most gym bags. Snap one of these petite recovery pistols up for just $159.99, saving $40, in the Best Buy sale. 

Now $249.99

Theragun Prime| Was $299.99 Now $249.99
Therabody's mid-range massage gun still has many of the Pro's mod cons, including Theragun's heightened 16mm amplitude for targeting aches and pains in deep tissue. Enjoy 50% off in the sale. 

Now: $129.99

Lyric Therapeutic Massager | Was: $199.99 Now: $129.99
The Lyric Therapeutic Massager offers a more relaxing experience than other massage guns on the market, while still relieving muscle pain. With $70 off, it's more forgiving than most on your wallet too. 

Now: $159.99 (Save 20%)

Theragun Mini 4th Generation | Was: $199 Now: $159.99 (Save 20%)
Equalling the Amazon Prime Day deal, Best Buy are offering the Theragun Mini at a 20% discount. So, you can snap up maneuverable massage gun for $40 less than normal. 

Now: $100.99 

Sharper Image Powerboost Deep Tissue Massager| Was: $129.99 Now: $100.99 

Save $29.00 on this Sharper Image Powerboost Deep Tissue Massager in black. This massage gun uses percussion to target sore muscles and tight knots, helping you to relax after exercise. You can change the strength of the percussion to suit your needs and help break up lactic acid before your next workout. 

Naipo 5 Heads Muscle Massage Gun| Was: $56.99 Now: $19.99

Naipo 5 Heads Muscle Massage Gun| Was: $56.99 Now: $19.99

This massage gun has an ergonomic button and handle design, so you can easily use it by one hand. Designed with 2500 mAh capacity built-in battery, it can work 5 to 7 hours per full charge. The massage gun comes with big ball, U-shape, bullet, flat and cushion massage heads. There are 5 intensity levels providing deep percussion massages from 2000 rmp to 3200 rmp.

MillonEssentials V4SHARK Deep Tissue Massage Gun| Was: $79.95 Now: $39.95

MillonEssentials V4SHARK Deep Tissue Massage Gun| Was: $79.95 Now: $39.95

Save 50% with this premium massage gun from Walmart. It is TSA-approved, weighs just 2.6 lbs. in hand and has an easy grip design. Features a 2200 to 4200 RPM high-power brushless motor and smart Ai chip and contains a high-capacity lithium battery which can last from 4 to 6 hours.

VIK Deep Tissue Percussion Massager for Athletes| Was: $99.99 Now: $45.99

VIK Deep Tissue Percussion Massager for Athletes| Was: $99.99 Now: $45.99

Save $54 on this sports massage gun from Walmart. It works by sending high-speed pulses of pressure deep into 12 mm of fascia tissue to relieve muscle soreness and improve blood circulation. It includes 9 different massager heads for targeted treatment and contains a high-quality rechargeable lithium battery for a 6-hour working time.

For more, check out our Amazon Prime Day Health Deals for 2022.

Harry Bullmore
Fitness writer

Harry Bullmore is a fitness writer covering everything from reviews to features for LiveScience, T3, TechRadar, Fit&Well and more. So, whether you’re looking for a new fitness tracker or wondering how to shave seconds off your 5K PB, chances are he’s written something to help you improve your training. 

When not writing, he’s most likely to be found experimenting with a wide variety of training methods in his home gym or trying to exhaust his ever-energetic puppy. 

Prior to joining Future, Harry wrote health and fitness product reviews for publications including Men’s Health, Women’s Health and Runner’s World. Before this, he spent three years as a news reporter with work in more than 70 national and regional newspapers.