Gear up for one of the richest selection of mobile Black Friday deals at Best Buy
Hot on the heels of Sam’s Club’s Black Friday 2015 promotion leakage, Best Buy sees its surprises unearthed, which may however increase people’s interest in what the retailer will have to offer come Thanksgiving.
That’s right, BB is set to open its doors on Thursday, November 26, at 5 PM, with exclusive deals in brick and mortar stores, wrapping up 8 hours later before a second wave of discounts hits Friday morning, November 27, at 8 AM.
Additionally, Black Friday promos will obviously last all day on the 26th online, but they’ll greatly depend on inventory as far as certain blockbusters and “doorbusters” are concerned, so load up on caffeine, ease up on turkey, and be prepared to fight for what you want.
It goes without saying Best Buy plans to cater to fans of mobile gadgets, laptops, desktops, TVs, gaming products, cameras, accessories of all sorts, and other connected devices, no matter your budget. There’s truly something for everybody on the hefty list of savings, starting with a $9.99 Verizon prepaid Moto E 4G handheld, $15 Misfit Flash wearable, $25 Amazon Fire TV Stick, or $50 bundled new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio.
Other ultra-affordable mobile and wearable must-buys include a $35 Amazon Fire 7, $80 Samsung Gear Fit, $90 Fitbit Charge, $100 unlocked second-gen Moto G, $200 Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6, and $230 Galaxy Tab A 9.7.
Somewhat surprisingly, the brand new and increasingly popular Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch is to cost $250 after a $50 reduction, with $50 gift cards offered for 2015 Moto 360 purchases, and even “up to $100 savings” on Apple Watches.
Speaking of iGear, the aging iPad Air 2 will cost up to $125 less than what it typically does, and 64 and 128GB iPad mini 4 models shall let you save $100 each. Finally, select Surface Pro 3 configurations are also part of the discount bash, with a maximum of $300 off MSRPs, while the 64GB non-Pro Surface 3 will go for $400. It won’t be easy to settle on just one acquisition… or two or three, right?