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Best Buy 2017 Black Friday deals
Still waiting for the 2017 Best Buy Black Friday ad? So are we. Keep checking back, because we’ll post it here as soon as we get our hands on it. In the meantime, take a look at what happened in 2016 for an idea of what you can expect this year.
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Best Buy 2016 Black Friday deals
Best Buy’s doors opened at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving in 2016, but shoppers could also find most deals online the entire day. The store followed up with a Friday doorbuster event that launched at 8 a.m. in stores.
The pages of the 2016 Best Buy Black Friday ad were stuffed with savings on all things electronic, plus other gifts like toys and accessories. We spotted notable discounts on Apple products, like the 9.7-inch iPad Pro for $125 off, select MacBooks for $200 off, the Apple Watch Series 1 for $50 off and buy one, get one 30% off iTunes gift cards. Other products came with gift cards or bonus gifts.
Our team looked through the whole ad and highlighted some of the best. Read on to see the picks.
These were some of the best 2016 offers:
- $29.99 for select top video game titles.
- $299 for the Xbox One S 1TB “Battlefield” bundle ($50 savings).
- $249.99 for the PlayStation 4 “Uncharted” 4 bundle ($50 savings).
- Up to $500 off 2-in-1 laptops.
- $35 Best Buy gift card and 64GB memory card with GoPro Hero5 Black purchase.
- Up to $50 off Samsung Gear S2 smartwatches.
- Free Keurig K525 coffee brewer with purchase of two or more major appliances totaling $2,000 and up.
Want to save money on a TV? Keep checking back for Best Buy’s 2017 Black Friday deals. Want to save money on everything else? NerdWallet has you covered.
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