The much awaited Best Buy?s full?Black Friday?2015 ad is released.The giant electronics retailer is offering?some great?deals on all kinds of gadgets, including tablets, TVs, smartphones, video game consoles and more. This is according to the site BGR.com.
The Best Buy deals sale will begin on Thanks Giving Day at 5:00 p.m. The stores will be open until 1:00 a.m. that night. The sale will continue again from 8.a.m on Black Friday, but the Black Friday deals will also be available online on both Thursday and Friday. Here are the best deals so far:
Smart Phones and tablets ?Best Buy has some amazing offers on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. They are offering a guaranteed $200 Best Buy gift card on the purchase or lease of any of these. There are great offers on Galaxy S6 series, Motorola Moto E 4G, ?iPad mini 4?, ?iPad Air 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2?, ?Samsung Galaxy Android tablet (Tab A and Tab E), Samsung Galaxy Tab4, DigiLand Android tablet Amazon Fire tablet as well.
TV and streaming sticks – There are great offerings of television sets on sale for Black Friday. There are some amazing offers on much sought after Samsung Smart range, LG, Toshiba, Sharp, Vizio and more.
Consoles and games ?Best Buy has some irresistible offers. On the purchase of$349 Xbox One Rise of the Tomb Raider Bundle one can save $50 and get a free Xbox One Wireless Controller. Many such offers are listed in the upcoming sale.
Laptops and Desktops – Some not-to-be-missed offer on $1,649.99 27-inch iMac that can save $150. Another great offer on purchase of $999.99-$1.249.99 Surface Pro 3 can save $300. There are great offers lined up in this section.
Wearables?One can definitely not miss this section in the best Buy list. There are offers on Apple Watch, Samsung Gear2, Samsung Gear S2 Neo, Moto 360 second-gen, Fitbit Surge Fitness Watch?and much more.
We are just three weeks away from Black Friday with some marvelous deals already. The deals look bigger and better than last year which was a huge success. But if this holiday season holds true to form, there should be plenty more discounts on tech on the way.