We are still waiting for Best Buy’s Black Friday ad to be leaked — Be on the lookout for it to come out sometime within the first week of November.
Our Best Buy Black Friday predictions for 2018:
This year you can expect to pretty much see some similar doorbuster offers like we had last year and the year before (you can scroll down the page to see last year’s ad scan). That means big HDTV’s for under $150, decently equipped laptops for under $300, up to $250 in store gift cards for new phone activations, Blu-Ray movies for under $10, and a whole lot more. We are also watching to see the gaming deals on Xbox One S and Playstation 4 Slim, as well as the newly released Playstation VR, Xbox One X, and Nintendo Switch. As soon as we have more info, we’ll post it here on Blacker Friday.
If you just can’t wait, here’s a look at what’s currently on sale this week at Best Buy. Free two-day shipping is offered on thousands of items. They also have a price-match guarantee so if you think something might sell out on Black Friday, you might pick it up a few days early and then request for a refund for the difference if the price drops after the long Thanksgiving weekend. Happy bargain hunting!
What are you planning on getting at Best Buy’s Black Friday sale this year? Let us know in the comments section (they’re located at the very bottom of this page).
Updated on Wednesday, November 8, 2017: We’ve just received a copy of Best Buy’s Black Friday ad for 2017. It’s uploaded below in full — Enjoy!
In terms of store hours, doors open on Thursday, Thanksgiving day at 5:00PM (that’s on November 23, 2017). Unless otherwise indicated, you will be able to pick up most of the deals online as well. Just keep in mind that every year the best deals tend to sell out quickly. So if there is anything you really want then be sure to get to your nearest store bright and early.
Updated November 11, 2016: It’s finally here! Best Buy’s Black Friday Ad has just been released. We’ve posted the first ten pages below… the see the rest of the 40+ pages just follow the page links at the very bottom of this page. Enjoy!
In terms of when you’ll be able to shop, you’ll be able to begin early Thursday morning, November 24, 2016, on their site (that’s Thanksgiving day!). Stores then open in the afternoon at 5:00PM and stay open to 1:00AM, although the best sellers will likely sell out much earlier than that. Then doors will reopen on Black Friday (Nov. 25th) at 8:00AM with another round of deals.
In the ad scan below, pay special attention to some of the times posted. You’ll see some of the pages are “in-stores only”, some offered only on Thursday and some only on Friday.
Besides the killer TV deals, it seems like Xbox One S bundles, Samsung and iPad tablets, fitbit bands, Keurig brewers, KitchenAid mixers, and DSLR cameras from Nikon and Canon will be this year’s most popular items. We’d love to hear what you’ll be getting so let us know in the comments section on this page. Good luck!
Follow the links to view each page in this year’s flyer:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, and 47.
Best Buy’s ad for 2015 has just been leaked! Let’s just hope that their site won’t crash again for half the day as it did last year… it was a complete disaster.
In terms of store hours, all locations will open on Thanksgiving day at 5:00PM, however most of the deals will already be online early in the morning (it may be wise to start checking late Wednesday night). Then on Friday, stores will re-open at 8:00AM. Just don’t plan on picking up any of their hottest doorbuster deals unless you get there several hours early (it’s likely there are already some folks camped out in front of the store).
If you stayed up late at home waiting for Best Buy to launch their deals to only come to an error page, then you’re in luck. After Best Buy crashed due to overwhelming demand and stayed offline for most of Friday, they have extended their Black Friday doorbuster deals through Saturday.
Here are some of this year’s highlights (click each page to view it in full): Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 (and here’s what most of Friday looked like if you tried to shop at Bestbuy.com – Most of the day we just saw an error page).
Updated November 12, 2013: Best Buy’s Black Friday ad has just been leaked, and from the looks of it, we seem to have slightly better deals this year on laptops, TV’s and Apple products (including iPhones, iPads and Macbooks).
This year Best Buy is opening their doors earlier than ever before – 12:00am on Friday morning, with tickets for the limited quantity items being passed out around 10:00pm on Thanksgiving day. Best Buy traditionally has people lining up in front of the doors very early so if you want to be one of the lucky few to get the hottest deals, then get in line with your tent Wednesday morning.