As of this writing, Best Buy’s Black Friday 2016 deals are getting ready to kick off. With stores opening today at 5 p.m. local time and closing at 1 a.m. tomorrow, before reopening at 8 a.m., the retailer has tons of doorbusters for early birds hoping to get first dibs on some of the hottest consumer electronics products out there. So what’s there for shoppers to expect when Best Buy’s doors open?
Best Buy’s website shows all of the retailer’s Black Friday 2016 doorbusters at a glance, and the deals are led off by the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, which is selling for $125 off across the board for all configurations. The 32GB Wi-Fi model, for instance, is now priced at $474.99 instead of $599.99, while those who need much more storage space can get the 128GB Wi-Fi variant for $574.99, as opposed to the regular price of $699.99. The present-generation 13.3-inch MacBook Air is another Apple product worth checking out, as it’s selling for $799.99, or $200 off list pricing of $999.99. This price refers to the configuration with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal memory, with an Intel Core i5 processor under the hood.
The Inquisitr also has a list of Apple gadgets selling for less on Black Friday, including quite a few deals available at Best Buy.
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Aside from those Apple products, Best Buy’s Black Friday 2016 doorbusters also include a deal on one of Microsoft’s top pieces of hardware – the Surface Pro 4. The version with 128GB storage and Intel Core m3 processor costs $599.99 with a keyboard bundled in, and that’ll cost you just $599.99, a whopping $400 discount off the full price of $999.99.
Also selling at the same price (with the same full retail price and 40 percent discount) is the LG 60-inch 4K Ultra HDTV, which is one of a few 4K HDTVs included in this year’s lineup of doorbusters. Those who want something smaller and more affordable can check out Samsung’s 55-inch 4K HDTV ($479.99, reg. price $799.99) and Toshiba’s 49-incher with Chromecast support built-in ($199.99, reg. price $449.99).
Looking for a new laptop on Black Friday? Best Buy’s doorbusters include a couple from Dell. One 15.6-inch Inspiron configuration comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive, and you can get that for $349.99, or $150 off full pricing of $499.99. The configuration with Intel Core i3, 6GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive is substantially cheaper at $249.99 (reg. price $349.99), and while you’ll be getting a machine with a less powerful processor and less RAM, that’s still a lot of storage for work files, multimedia, games, and the like.
The doorbuster lineup for laptops also includes a 15.6-inch HP laptop with AMD A6-series processor 4GB RAM, and 500GB hard drive, all for $169.99. That’s a substantial $90 less than the regular price of $259.99.
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As for miscellaneous doorbusters, we’ve covered our fair share of gaming deals for Black Friday 2016, and Best Buy has several that are worth a look for Black Friday. The retailer’s doorbuster deals include a free controller with the 1TB Xbox One, as well as $50 off on all Xbox One consoles, except those that are refurbished or pre-owned. You can also get some nice price cuts off Amazon’s Fire tablets; the seven-inch version with 8GB storage costs $33.33 (reg. price $49.99), while the eight-incher with 16GB storage will set you back by $59.99 (reg. price $89.99).
Last, but definitely not the least, buyers looking for some movies to watch this Thanksgiving weekend can save $7 to $17 off the price of three recent superhero flicks on Blu-ray and DVD – Deadpool, Captain America: Civil War, and X-Men: Apocalypse. All three movies carry a discounted price of $7.99.
There are more deals listed on Best Buy’s website beyond the ones we had mentioned above. And we should warn you before closing out this Best Buy deals recap for Black Friday 2016; these doorbusters come in limited supply and are only good while supplies last.
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