Best Buy offers a Black Friday themed event like Amazon did earlier this month with Amazon Prime Day. The sale starts tomorrow. Today Best Buy members get early access to deals.
Tomorrow and on Saturday the Best Buy Black Friday sale will be available online and in stores. Best Buy says that there is no need to wait for after Thanksgiving sales to get Black Friday pricing on the electronics and appliances.
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Best Buy members already get early access to the Best Buy Black Friday in July today. The early access deals are only a handful and include sub set of the deals we revealed earlier today.
The deal highlights so far include two big discounts on Apple Mac computer. The 15.6-inch MacBook Pro with 16GB is off $250 bringing the price down to $1,749.99.
An Apple iMac 27" with Retina 5K Display is going to be offered with a $200 discount cutting the price to $1,799.99. Select models of the iPad Air 2 will be offered with a $125 discount.
Other Best Buy Black Friday in July deals of notice include $120 off Moto 360 smartwatch, free $50 gift card with Xbox One Consoles, free Playstation TV with Sony PS4 consoles and $70 on Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats wireless headphones. See the full list of Best Buy Black Friday Deals in July for more deals.
Best Buy members can access the early access to the Black Friday in July sale on bestbuy.com.
Best Buy has unveiled no TV deals yet for the Black Friday in July sale. The deals released so far are in order, but not at Black Friday doorbuster prices yet.
We will follow the Best Buy Black Friday in July sale and will report about the best deals if there any. You can find the latest Black Friday in July deals in our Black Friday section.
Best Buy is not stopping with Black Friday. The consumer electronics retailer will also host a Best Buy Cyber Monday in July sale on Monday, July 27.
The retailer says that consumers do not need to wait for the actual Cyber Monday to find incredible deals on appliances, computers, phones, games, and much more.
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