The Best Buy Black Friday 2015 deals have started to arrive online, as the electronics retailer is previewing its upcoming holiday sale. In anticipation of that, the website for the company currently has at least eight deals offered from the upcoming sale scheduled for a bit later this month. Among them are hot items such as HDTVs, iPad Air 2, the Samsung Galaxy S6, select MacBooks, Microsoft Surface Pro and various laptops or tablets. In addition, a few hot Black Friday deals were posted that holiday shoppers may want to check into.
The Forbes website reported on Nov. 10 that among the hot deals customers are already salivating over are a $299 PlayStation 4, a $230 off deal on an Xbox One with TV bundle and a variety of video game accessory or software deals. In particular, their $230 off deal is for a 40-inch Samsung LED TV along with an Xbox One Lego Movie game bundle for a total price of $499.98. That provides a great deal for anyone who wants both a new hi-definition TV and an Xbox One console.
In anticipation of the bigger sale later this month, Best Buy put up eight of their deals online for customers to shop on Tuesday. Among them are an Insignia 40-inch 1080p LED HDTV for just $159.99 or a Toshiba 55-inch LED 1080p set for just $349.99. Also available is a savings of $100 to $125 off select iPad Air 2 tablets, a free $250 gift card with purchase of Samsung Galaxy S6 (and two-year service agreement) and a deal on an Apple iMac 27-inch with Retina 5K display for $1,649.99. An Insignia home stereo speaker set and a Netgear Smart Home wireless security camera set are also offered.
In addition to all of the hype over their Black Friday sale, Best Buy runs daily deals on their website that can be often overlooked. Today’s deals include an Asus Transformer Book with 10-inch display for just $149.99 making a nice compact laptop or tablet gift. Another deal shown is a Samsung 40-inch LED 1080p HDTV for $319.99 shipped. It appears that TVs will be among the best deals heading into this holiday shopping season as most sales deals and leaked ads are prominently featuring them, as in year’s past.
Best Buy becomes the latest among retailers to leak out some or all of their Black Friday deals early. On Monday, Target was the latest to reveal their sales flyer, giving customers the ability to shop specific pages from the ad on the website for one day only, ahead of the actual sale. Macy’s and Gamestop have also seen their ads leaked, but the one everyone seems to be waiting for still is Walmart. They leaked theirs on Nov. 11 so it’s quite possibly on the way Wednesday.