Best Buy CEO Dunn talks about the Holiday Season.
Best Buy CEO Brian Dunn said according to the Wall Street Journal that on Black Friday 2010 you will see smoking-hot deals. About the same time last year he was much more reserved. Last year he said that Best Buy would not be planning to offer heavy discounts and instead would be highlighting service during the holiday shopping season. Well, actually this was not entirely true and Best Buy had lots of hot Black Friday deals last year. They have for instance offered in early November a $249 Laptop and had pretty hot deals on the actual Black Friday (Day after Thanksgiving).
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This year Dunn says that it is a tough environment and that Best Buy well be more promotional and will advertise TVs more heavily. Besides TVs, Best Buy will be pushing Smart phones this Holiday season. They actually already started that. Yesterday Best Buy announced Free Phone Fridays that are starting tomorrow.
For me Best Buy is one of the top three stores to shop for Black Friday besides Amazon and Walmart. Despite Best Buy's extensive retail store presence, I recommend to shop for the Best Buy Black Friday deals online. It is way more convienient and you have more chances to actually score the Best Buy Black Friday Doorbuster deals. Like last year I expect Best Buy to release most of their hot Black Friday deals already on Thanksgiving Day online.
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