With Stores Open from 7 a.m. to Midnight Beginning Friday, Customers Can Shop in Confidence About Availability and Price Before Work, Over Lunch and After the Kids Have Gone to Bed
Dec. 19, 2013 - About 32 million Americans say they have not even started their Christmas shopping. For them and the millions of others who still have items left on their shopping list, Best Buy`s in-store selection of the hottest products, low price guarantee and extended shopping hours is just what Santa ordered.
- The products you want. Availability is as important as price and selection this time of year and Best Buy has this season`s hottest items, like Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and iPad Air available at its stores across the country.
- In-store pick-up perfect for procrastinators. Seventy percent of Americans live within 15 minutes of a Best Buy store and BestBuy.com is open 24 hours a day. Buy something online and shoppers can pick it up in a nearby store - often in an hour or less. Or order by 3 p.m. on Dec. 20 to get your gift shipped to you by Christmas Eve.
- 17 hours to shop - daily. All Best Buy stores will be open from 7 a.m. to midnight local time beginning Friday, Dec. 20 through Monday, Dec. 23. On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, customers may shop their local Best Buy store from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. To find the store nearest you, click here.
- Great deals on the hottest gifts. Best Buy has the best deals, backed by a low price guarantee, on the largest selection of consumer electronics and services in the country. Among the tops deals through this weekend:
- Apple iPhone 5s starting at $124.99 through Dec. 24 (save $75)
- GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition Action Camera & 16GB Memory Card for $399.99 (Save $40) through Dec. 21
- Apple MacBook Air - Save $100 on all models through Dec. 28
- Insignia(TM) - 32" LED HDTV for $179.99 (save $20) - 31.5" Diag. - 720p - 60Hz - HDTV
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Source: Best Buy PR via GlobeNewswire