Early Best Buy Black Friday Deal: $99.99 Garmin Nuvi 1300T GPS

Posted: Nov 15 2011, 10:08am CST | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Early Best Buy Black Friday Deal: $99.99 Garmin nuvi 1300T GPS

Best Buy has a great deal on the Garmin nuvi 1300T GPS saving 38% off list

In ongoing early Black Friday sales, Best Buy offers today as deal of the day the Garmin nuvi 1300T GPS for $99.99. The Garmin nuvi 1300T is preloaded with maps of the lower 48 United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico along with up to 5 million points of interest. Other features of the Garmin nuvi 1300T include FM traffic receiver, 4.3-inch touchscreen, where am I emergency locator, automatic rerouting and microSD card slot for additional map data.

The Garmin nuvi 1300T has a price of $138.99 on Amazon.

Get the $99.99 Garmin nuvi 1300T GPS now on BestBuy.com before it expires.

The bestselling GPS right now on Amazon is actually the 5-inch Garmin nuvi 1450LMT with lifetime Map & Traffic Updates selling for $149. I would consider to spend the extra $50 for this model.

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