Now that the pandemic has turned us all into indoor cats, it’s more important than ever to make your home comfortable and tailored to your particular needs and wants. So even though Black Friday may not have the same festive, communal, competitive spirit of years past, timing-wise it couldn’t be better. And the Best Buy Black Friday deals are especially great this year. The retailer is running deals in every department, with major markdowns on smart home devices, soundbars, scooters, and more. Some items are on sale already, while others won’t hit until Black Friday itself. Bookmark this page and check back—we’ll be updating our Best Buy Black Friday picks regularly, and removing deals that have sold out.
Best Buy has one of the widest selections of seriously impressive and seriously reduced gear around—but if you can’t find what you need in our Best Buy Black Friday picks below, check out our favorite Walmart Black Friday deals and Target Black Friday picks.
In order for everyone to stay safe, Best Buy is offering customers multiple delivery options: same-day delivery (order by 1 p.m., get it by 9 p.m.), next-day delivery (on thousands of items), and curbside pickup within one hour. Here are the dates to remember:
- Nov. 16: Exclusive deals for My Best Buy members go live. Membership is free, and in addition to early access, benefits include free shipping, rewards points, and exclusive deals.
- Nov. 22: The official Best Buy Black Friday big event starts.
- Nov. 26 & 27: More online deals go live.
- Nov. 28: Cyber Monday deals kick off!
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Whether you’re in need of stocking stuffers, big-ticket items, or perhaps a little treat for yourself, Best Buy Black Friday sales have a ton of tech to get your mittens on.
Save $200 on select MacBook Airs
DEEBOT T8 Robot Vacuum + Auto-Empty Station—$450 (was $700).
Ring – Video Doorbell 3 Plus—Now $160 (was $230)
Jabra – Elite 65t True Wireless Earbud Headphones—$70 (was $120)
Jabra – Elite 85h Wireless Noise Cancelling Over-the-Ear Headphones—$150 (was $250)
Muggo Self Heating Travel Mug—Now $100 (was $130)
Bose – QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones—Now $199 (was $299)
AeroGarden – Harvest Elite Slim- 6 Heirloom Salad Pods included—Now $100 (was $180)
Beats by Dr. Dre – Solo Pro More Matte Collection Wireless Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones—Now $170 (was $300)
Nintendo Switch, XBOX, PS4 games—Save up to $40
Theragun – PRO Handheld Percussive Massage Device with Travel Case—Now $450 (was $600)
Razer BlackWidow Elite (Green Switch)—Now $85 (was $150)
Razer Viper Ultimate with Charging Dock—Now $100 (was $150)
Razer Viper—Now $40 (was $80)
Razer Kraken Ultimate—Now $70 (was $130)
Segway – Ninebot MAX G30LP Foldable Electric Scooter—$550 (was $750). Have your dreams of zipping through the streets on a segway yet to be fulfilled? Leave 2020 in the dust with the Ninebot MAX Foldable Electric Scooter, which accelerates up to 18.5 miles per hour. It can power up a 20 percent hill grade, too—nothing can slow you down!
Keurig – K-Select Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker—$60 (was $130). It’s hard to top the convenience of a Keurig. The K-Select serves up your favorite caffeinated beverages with just the pop of a pod. Auto shut-off means no more panicking the machine’s still on the second you step foot outside your house.
Samsung – 28 cu. ft. Large Capacity 3-Door French Door Refrigerator—Now $1,400 (Save $490). A refrigerator may not be the gift you dreamed of receiving as a kid, but as an adult, it’s a pretty luxe pick. This stainless steel French door refrigerator from Samsung features multi-vent technology so that items on every shelf are equally cooled, and the roomy interior means you can store unfinished roast platters and feast leftovers. An autofill water pitcher means you don’t need to remember to keep topping off your water filter.
GE – 1.9 Cu. Ft. Over-the-Range Microwave with Sensor Cooking—Now for $250 (was $420). Remember when your mom would tell you to take the chicken out to defrost, and then she’d get home and there’d still be an ice-cold chicken in the freezer because you completely forgot to take the bird out? Maybe that was just us, but either way, the GE Over-the-Range Microwave with Sensor Cooking helps you avoid that issue from now on. Simply enter the weight of the food you’re trying to dethaw, and watch the microwave calibrate the best defrosting time. The 1,000-watt oven also features venting fans to get rid of smoke and odors if you accidentally over pop your popcorn. Save $170 today.
Samsung – 860 EVO 1TB Internal SATA Solid State Drive—Now $100 (was $170). The Samsung SATA Solid State Drive’s 1TB storage capacity has editors and designers covered for the jobs to come. Download and transfer files efficiently with the 550MB/s read and 520MB/s write speeds. 256-bit hardware encryption keeps your files safe. You can save $70 if you snag one now.
JBL – Xtreme 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker—$150 (was $350). Get ready for a dance party! Wirelessly pair this JBL Xtreme 2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker to your smartphone, tablet, or other Bluetooth-enabled device and crank some tunes (or podcasts or audiobooks) for 15 hours. This JBL model delivers crisp, clear sound, and it’s waterproof for safe use by the pool, ocean, or (let’s face it) bathtub. You can even use it to make and take hands-free calls.
Schwinn – IC4 Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike—$900 (was $1,000). The bike brand of your childhood has gotten a major upgrade, and it’s now the go-to for indoor pandemic-era exercise. You’ll feel like you’re in your regular cycling studio with this IC4 Indoor Cycling Exercise Bike, which has a 40-pound flywheel, 100 adjustable resistance levels, a backlit LCD display, and easy-reach 3-pound dumbbell cradles. You can even connect your bike to apps including Peloton, Explore the World, Zwift and more. Cycling in place has never been so satisfying!
Amazon Echo Dot—$19 (was $40). Is there such a thing as virtual Secret Santa? If there is, this Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) Smart Speaker with Alexa is the perfect gift for that! But it’s also a perfect gift for anyone else or yourself. And once you have Alexa, you will never again have to use anything but your voice to turn on the lights, control the TV, play music, find out the time and pretty much do anything else that doesn’t entail using your hands, though we’re sure the time will come when we’ll be able to say, “Alexa, tie my shoes,” and she’ll do it. For now, this’ll do. And it comes in different colors!
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6—$480. Make someone’s day by gifting them a tablet! Whether your gift recipient is an avid TikToker or serious studier, this 10.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S6—now $250 off—does it all. It features a 2560 x 1600 resolution touchscreen, eight gigabytes of RAM, dual cameras, and a battery that lasts up to 15 hours.
Arcade1Up Ms. Pac-man 8 Games in 1 Full Size Cocktail Table—Now $450. Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Sue, we missed you! Take advantage of the price-match guarantee and financing options on this extravagant but awesome old-school Ms. Pacman table game for the nostalgia freak in your life. At 29 inches high, this Arcade1up Ms Pacman Full Size Cocktail Table doubles as a side table—just remember to use a coaster!
Sony – ZV-1 20.1-Megapixel Digital Camera—Now $700 (was $800). When the budding content creator or YouTube star in your life has outgrown their iPhone, it’s time for a real camera. This 4K Sony 20.1-Megapixel Digital Camera has an easy-to-use touch screen, built-in Wi-Fi, and lets you shoot photos and video in multiple modes, including sports action, sunset, night scene, handheld twilight and more.
Hover-1 – Superfly Electric Self-Balancing Scooter—SAVE $80. Is there an adrenaline junkie on your list? If yes, this Superfly Electric Self-Balancing Scooter has their name written all over it. Thanks to 400W of electric motor power, IT can hit up to 7MPH for 6 miles on a single charge. Bluetooth technology allows skilled riders to listen to tunes while they ride, and LED wheels make sure they can’t be missed when the sun goes down. Just make sure your giftee knows to obey any and all traffic laws if they take their hoverboard out into the streets, and maybe also buy them a helmet and some elbow pads.
CORSAIR Gaming Keyboard—$160 (was $200). Up your game with this Corsair gaming keyboard, which features Cherry MX silver switches with responsive keystrokes for more accurate gameplay. Unlike a regular keyboard, it provides optimal ergonomic design to assist your performance, and the bright, low-profile backlit keys are easy to see in any lighting. You can adjust your audio while you play, without interrupting the game, and the aluminum frame will last a lifetime.