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05 Aug: Shop this season’s hottest tech during Best Buy’s Anniversary Sales Event Aug. 5-14

We’re celebrating 56 years of Best Buy, and we’re inviting you to join in the festivities! 

This month, we’re reflecting on more than five decades serving our customers, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than by hosting our very own Anniversary Sales Event. 

Starting Aug. 5, we’re bringing customers 10 days of huge savings on this summer’s hottest tech and we’re featuring brands like Samsung, Dyson, Bose, Sony and more. And be sure to keep an eye on BestBuy.com

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26 Nov: Cyber Monday Starts Now

Cyber Monday deals and doorbusters include favorite brands like Apple, GoPro, Samsung and LG.

Almost everything is available both on BestBuy.com and in stores.

 

The season of big savings continues with Cyber Monday deals, available now at Best Buy. Shoppers have another chance to save on everything from MacBook and smartphones to soundbars and headphones — and almost everything is available both on BestBuy.com and in stores.

Best Buy’s Cyber Monday deals include:

  • Save $200 on select MacBook
  • Buy Two Fire TV Sticks with Alexa Voice Remote for $40
  • Save $500 on Dell 15.6-inch 2-in-1 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop
  • Save $325 on the Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ Sunrise Gold with qualified activation
  • Sharp 32-inch LED Smart HDTV with Roku for $99.99 (Save $80)
  • Save $70 on GoPro HERO HD Waterproof Action Camera
  • Save $75 on JLab Audio Epic Air Elite True Wireless Earbud Headphones
  • Save $150 on Arlo Pro 2 Security System with Two Wire-Free Cameras and Arlo Audio Doorbell
  • Save $450 on LG Hi-Res Audio Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer and Dolby Atmos Technology
  • Monday only: Save $150 on Samsung 58-inch LED 4K UHD TV with HDR
  • Monday only: Save $160 on Beats by Dr.
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26 Dec: Christmas Is Over, But The Deals Are Still Going at Best Buy

For some of us, post-holiday shopping can be stressful. But for many others, it’s all just part of the plan.

Forty percent of Americans — including 51 percent of parents and 75 percent of people between 18 and 34 — postpone gift giving for themselves and others until after the holidays to cash in on deals, according to a new survey from Best Buy1.

Their to-do lists include everything from shopping deals and redeeming gift cards to grabbing accessories for newly acquired tech gifts.

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22 Aug: Back to School 101: Turn Shopping Into Savings

Back to school. This time of year can break the bank for parents and students, especially those heading off to college for the first time. But you don’t have to spend money like it’s going out of style.

There are the obvious expenses – tuition, books and housing – and then there are tech tools like a laptop or tablet you need for class assignments. And don’t forget the gear that makes your dorm room the perfect study retreat.

These costs may seem like you’ll be eating ramen noodles forever, but don’t worry.