Best Buy Black Friday 2016 Flyer Includes 16 Items Currently Available On Sale
The Best Buy Black Friday 2016 flyer went out just a few days ago, and as The Inquisitr had previously reported, the flyer includes 49 pages of deals on various electronics items. Most of the items on there will only be selling at discounted prices from November 24 through 26, but if you’re looking to do some early Black Friday shopping and take advantage of some nice discounts before things get hectic, the Best Buy website has several deals that are already available to customers well ahead of the retail holiday itself.
4K Ultra HDTV deals are always among the top consumer electronics items available on sale on Black Friday or Thanksgiving week in general. That’s why it isn’t surprising to see two such television sets selling at lower prices with little less than two weeks before Black Friday.
Those looking for 4K HDTVs can pay $399.99 for the LG 50-inch 4K Ultra HDTV, which carried an original price of $649.99. But if 50 inches appears to be a bit too small for your liking, Best Buy’s Black Friday 2016 deals also include a Vizio 70-inch 4K Ultra HDTV with built-in Chromecast support. That TV set can also be purchased at a discount price as early as now – it’s available for $999.99, or $300 off full retail pricing of $1,299.99.
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Moving on to laptops, Best Buy has a couple of them listed among the 16 Black Friday deals available as early as now. You can buy a MacBook Air configuration with 13.3-inch display, Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 256GB storage space for $999.99, or $200 off the original price tag of $1,199.99. While that doesn’t sound like a big discount compared to the other Best Buy Black Friday 2016 flyer deals currently available, the config in question is a 2016 model, and it’s not often that you see new Apple products selling at substantially lower prices, even on Black Friday.
Buyers looking for a Windows laptop can save $150 off the price of a Dell Inspiron configuration with 15.6-inch touchscreen display, Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 1TB hard drive. Originally priced at $499.99, you can buy it today for just $349.99. And while it isn’t a laptop per se, the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is a popular laptop/tablet hybrid that you can now buy for $599.99, or 40 percent/$400 off the list price of $999.99. That’ll get you a Surface 4 config with 12.3-inch display, Intel Core m3 processor, 128GB storage, and a bundled-in keyboard.
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Looking for a smaller purchase, probably a new film to watch on Blu-ray, or maybe some video games for your console? Best Buy has them too, even at this comparatively early stage in the run-up to Black Friday. The retailer is selling select 4K UHD movies on Blu-ray for only $17.99, and these include newer titles such as Deadpool, Independence Day: Resurgence, and X-Men: Apocalypse. Also, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners alike can save $30 off the price of Grand Theft Auto V – it’s not exactly a brand-new game, but it’s one of video gaming’s hottest franchises, with titles in the series typically boasting of years of staying power among gamers.
The above-mentioned deals are arguably the most attractive out of the 16 items on advance discount ahead of Black Friday. But they aren’t the only interesting items currently on sale at Best Buy. Other Black Friday 2016 flyer deals you can take advantage of as early as now include a 60 percent discount off the price of Bose SoundSport in-ear headphones ($39.99, regular price $99.99), and a $300 discount for those who buy the HP Pavilion desktop configuration with Intel Core i7, 12GB RAM, and 2TB hard drive. That system will set you back by only $499.99, but this is a desktop-only deal where you’ll need to buy a monitor and other peripherals separately.
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