The most anticipated Black Friday ad of 2017 has finally been released. If you are hunting for electronics, Best Buy once again will not disappoint.
The electronics retailer nearly always draws a big crowd of people, some of whom opt to camp out outside the store after they eat their Thanksgiving turkey!
The store will open Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. and close at 1 a.m. Friday. It will reopen again at 8 a.m. Friday with new deals.
The store will start handing out line tickets at 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving according to bfads.net.
TVs are the big draw here and Best Buy is featuring some top-name brands like Sony and Samsung at big discount.
Also, you should know that if you’re a “My Best Buy” Elite or Elite Plus member, you can get early access to some of the doorbuster deals!
Among the highlights:
- Samsung 65″ 4K smart TV: $749.99 (save $350).
- Sony 60″ 4K TV: $599.99 (save $400).
- Sharp 50″ Ultra Roku HD TV: $179.99 (save $320)
- Apple iPad Mini 4: $274.99 (save $125)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or S8: Various prices (save up to $300)
- XBox One X Console: $189.99 (save $90)
- Samsung 11.6-inch Chromebook: $99 (save $80)
Best Buy Deals Now Available
Some of Best Buy’s Black Friday deals are already available online, so you can start your shopping a little early.
You can score free shipping too, which is super awesome.
You can save $70 off the price of a new Samsung smartwatch, which brings the price down to $279.99. These would make amazing stocking stuffers!
You can also save $220 off the price of this Samsung 40-inch 4K ultra HDTV, which brings the price down to $329.99.
You can save $50 off the Ecobee4 wifi thermostat with a built-in Alexa voice service, which drops the price to $199.
There’s no question that if you’re in the market for new appliances, Black Friday is the time to shop.
In fact, Best Buy is offering up to 40 percent off all appliances right now.
Case in point: Save $430 off this Whirlpool refrigerator, which drops the price to $1,099.99.
What are your Black Friday plans? Will you leave the house or do all of your shopping online?