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Gone are the days of being fashionably late. It’s all about being early this year to avoid lengthy shipping delays, which is why retailers like Best Buy and Walmart have already kicked off their Black Friday deals.
The Best Buy Black Friday Ad Deals arrived last week, which was followed up by the Walmart Black Friday Event 1 yesterday. Now, Best Buy has kicked off its Black Friday Wishlist Sale, bringing discounts on Chromebooks, 4K TVs, and more.
Just like the Black Friday Event 1 marked the arrival of the first wave of Walmart Black Friday deals, the Wishlist Sale is yet another installment in the Best Buy Black Friday deals franchise — protected by its Black Friday Price Guarantee.
Top Best Buy Black Friday Deals
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- — $80, was $150
- — $230, was $350
- — $340, was $400
- — $370, was $430
- — $400, was $550
- — $600, was $800
- — $750, was $800
Should You Shop The Best Buy Wishlist Sale?
The Best Buy Wishlist Sale is covered by the retailer’s Black Friday Price Guarantee, meaning it will refund the difference should any of these products appear cheaper at the end of the month, so there’s no harm in shopping now.
In fact, we recommend it. Retailers are already struggling to keep up with demand, with rivals pushing shipping dates of must-have items like Chromebooks back as far as November 21. Wait another week and these could stretch to late December.
With an abundance of Black Friday laptop deals, Black Friday TV deals, and everything in between, at your feet, now is the time to buy. It’s unlikely prices will slip by more, but if they do, you’ll get the difference credited back.
You will need to sign up for a free Best Buy account if you want to be eligible for automatic refunds if the prices drop further before November 28. It’s the gift that keeps on giving, offering free shipping on all orders with no minimum purchase.
You have nothing to lose.
Are Other Black Friday Sales Happening Now?
- Amazon Black Friday: The world’s largest online retailer has is running host of ‘Holiday Deals’ to encourage shoppers to prepare for the holidays now instead of leaving everything until the end of the month.
- Best Buy Black Friday: Unlike Amazon, Best Buy has a Black Friday Price Guarantee in force. Again, this means it will refund the difference for qualifying items it has cheaper at the end of the month.
- Target Black Friday: While its catalog may not be quite as appealing as that of Best Buy or Walmart, rival Target has a bunch of Black Friday deals available today, protected by a Black Friday Price Guarantee.
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