Target is selling the Microsoft Band for $150 from now until July 25. It's selling for 25 percent off the suggested retail price.

Those looking to save $50 on the $200 band will need to visit brick-and-mortar Target stores to redeem the coupon.

The deal, spotted by Windows Central users Jason R., is being offered through Target's Cartwheel program. The marketing program, served to consumers via the Cartwheel app, aims to úse coupons "again and again." Shoppers can even stack them on top of other coupons.

Target is officiating the deal on the Microsoft Band by limited purchases by ruling that "no more than one manufacturer coupon, one Target coupon and one Cartwheel offer can be combined per item. Scan all other coupons before scanning your Cartwheel barcode in store."

Consumers can use the Cartwheel deal on up to four of the Microsoft Bands, but the fitness trackers could go fast.

Microsoft's fitness band has established the profile of a Fitbit or a Jawbone. The Microsoft Band has been warmly received by the market.

The Microsoft Band is platform agnostic and will socialize with Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices. The Band has 10 sensors that enable it to measure heart rate, count calories burned, gauge UV exposure and more. It tracks the quality of its wearer's sleep, monitors runs and bike rides via GPS and even assists golfers out on the fairways.

"The built-in GPS detects which hole you're playing and provides distance to the front, center and back of the green, while sensors track your strokes, steps, heart rate and calorie burn," said Microsoft.

The Microsoft Band is supported by Microsoft Health, the fitness platform that was initially supposed to receive all of the attention. The Band merely meant to demo Microsoft Health, but consumers fell in love with the fitness band.

Happy with the success of its first piece of wearable, Microsoft has confirmed that it is already working on a follow-up. Last Wednesday, during Microsoft's 2015 Worldwide Partners Conference, Kevin Turner, chief operating officer for Microsoft, casually mentioned that the company is "'working on v2 and beyond."

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