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Amazing April Transformer - Win a Peloto...

Lose 10% in 6 months!

Amazing April Transformer - Win a Peloton Bike!

Apr 09 - Oct 08/17 days left in round 1







Apr 09



Get slim for spring, summer, and fall in this 6-month game to lose 10%. In Round 3, one lucky player will win a Peloton bike!



Game Begins

Apr 09

Last Day to Join

Apr 22


9th and 10th of every month


Bet $25

per month

Lose 10%

in 6 months


Split the pot

10% is easier when you break it up, so each round has its own goal - and its own pot to split.
Check out the FAQ to learn more!

How do you verify the weight loss?

For all official weigh-ins, you'll be prompted to submit your official starting weight. Our standard weigh-in process involves you submitting 2 photos: one of you standing on a scale in lightweight clothing (no shoes, hats, belts, watches, coats, or outerwear), and another of the scale’s readout with your weigh-in word written on a piece of paper.

What you'll need

  • A scale (preferably digital)
  • A digital camera or smartphone
  • A full-length mirror or someone to take your photo
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Does this actually work?

Out of 723,948 DietBetters, 100.03% have lost weight during their challenges. Combined, they've lost 12,280,203 lbs and won $62,263,235. In other words...yes.

All results shown on DietBet are from actual users. Individual results may vary.

Don't take our word for it


04/15/2019 1:37PM
How do you all motivate yourself to work out? my goal is 5 days a week but i usually only go 3-4 days a week. I'm always SO exhausted after work and its pure torture forcing myself to go to the gym. I always feel amazing after my workout but my body doesn't ever remember that amazing feeling when its time to go. How do you get past the internal struggle? I seriously have fights with myself just to get myself to the gym. Its horrible.

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Summer S.

There are a lot of articles on the internet/YouTube's about going to bed early/getting up early, try Google'ing "waking up at 5am changed my life." I go to sleep at 9, wake up at 5. The first couple days were rough, but now I LOVE going to bed early. It makes it easier to wake up, and I also use a "Phillips Wake-Up Light" alarm clock. It mimics the sunrise which helps you to not have to wake up to a dark room. Hope this helps!
- 04/16/2019 8:47AM

Theresa P.

In the beginning it was a lot of talking myself into it and reminding myself of my goals. Over time I’ve found workouts that I love and it’s easier to do them. Sometimes I still have to talk myself into them but it’s rare and mostly when I’m way too tired but I still do it. Plus I have a long streak on closing all my rings on my Apple Watch and my need for continuing helps me want to do it
- 04/16/2019 8:54AM

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