Best Buy Black Friday 2015 Ad: Find the Most Popular Best Buy Black Friday Deals

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Don’t miss out on all of NerdWallet’s highly anticipated 2015 Black Friday ad leaks this season from your favorite stores! For announcements about the best holiday deals around, check back regularly before you start shopping. For year-round sales, use NerdWallet’s DealFinder tool.

The 2015 Best Buy Black Friday ad is here! We’ve flipped through all 37 pages of this ad to help you find the best deals. Check out the highlights below.

And remember, this year Best Buy is waiving the $35 minimum threshold it usually requires for free shipping. Starting Sunday, Oct. 25 earn free shipping on all orders through Jan. 2. 

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Best Buy Black Friday 2015

When people think Black Friday, they think Best Buy. They wait in line for hours for the doorbusters at this retailer, and who can blame them? The Black Friday deals at Best Buy always impress shoppers with amazing discounts on big-ticket items worth saving up for and on the little accessories that accompany our favorite digital devices. This year, Best Buy opens at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving and will stay open until 1 a.m. The retailer will open its doors again at 8 a.m. on Black Friday.

Best Buy’s 2015 Black Friday ad is packed with discounts on everything from an iPad Air 2 and wireless charging devices to Philips Norelco shavers and Sonicare toothbrushes. Pay attention to the fine print, though, as some discounts apply only to in-store purchases. If you’re vying for a new television this year, Best Buy offers free delivery on all TVs 51 inches or larger.

  • Here are some of the highlights of Best Buy’s Black Friday sale:
  • $149.99 for a 49-inch Toshiba 1080p HDTV
  • $200 off a 21.5-inch iMac with 8 GB of memory
  • HP DeskJet wireless printer for $19.99 (regularly $60)
  • Insignia wireless soundbar with subwoofer for $99.99 (regularly $199.99)
  • Vizio 65-inch 4K Ultra HD 2160p smart TV for $999
  • WD 4 TB external hard drive for $99.99
  • $19.99 Tribute, $29.99 Lumia and $39.99 Samsung Galaxy cellphones with 8 GB of memory
  • Nikon D7100 DSLR camera with 18-55mm VR for $999.99
  • Whirlpool washer and dryer for $399.99 each
  • Dyson V6 Motorhead bagless and cordless stick vacuum for $249.99 ($150 off)

Black Friday is a great time to make those big purchases for your home, and Best Buy is offering a free Keurig K500 when you buy two major appliances. Gift cards ($10-$15) will be rewarded alongside certain purchases, such as a Ninja blender or Keurig coffeemaker.

If you like shopping at Best Buy, you’ll definitely want to check out the Black Friday deals at these similar retailers: Amazon, Wal-Mart and GameStop.

Visit our Black Friday landing page for up-to-date deal news from a wide range of retailers.


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Best Buy Black Friday Deals from 2014

Best Buy went all out for Black Friday in 2014. In an ad that spanned 20 pages, the retailer boasted savings on such items as TVs, smartphones and computers.

Best Buy opened at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day and stayed open until 1 a.m. Friday. Customers could resume shopping later that morning, with doors reopening at 8 a.m.

In terms of deals, Best Buy had some of the most compelling items. Here’s a look at what was being offered:

  • Samsung 55-inch LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV for $899.99 (regularly $1,399.99)
  • Panasonic 50-inch LED 1080p HDTV for $199.99 (regularly $499.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy S5 (with a two-year activation) on sale for $1 ($198.99 discount)
  • iPad Air 2 for $399.99 ($100 discount)

In addition to TVs and phones, there were numerous deals on gaming systems as well as music and entertainment items. Although some of the steepest discounts were on doorbuster items, everything else was available in store and online.

For more details about the 2014 Best Buy Black Friday sale, take a look at our analysis of last year’s ad here.

Kirsten VerHaar is an editor at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: kverhaar@nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @KirstVH.





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