Here’s a quick look at the top deals from Best Buy’s 20 Days of Deals:
Best Buy(opens in a new tab) it’s counting down to the holidays with a few gifts, and just swapping the prices for a pair of jumpy pears and stuffed peacocks for a one-time professional price.
Through Sunday, Dec. 18, the electronics store has 20 Days of Deals(opens in a new tab) an event that has a short sale list of products displayed in all departments. Promotions go live at 12:01 am CT each day and will be available for 24 hours or until sold out – whichever comes first – with a limit per customer and no rain.
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These great deals of the day will be joined by a number of Bonus Deals of the Day, as well as quick 4-Hour Deals each day at 8 am, 12 pm, 4 pm, and 8 pm CT. As if that’s not enough, all of this is happening in conjunction with the 12 Day Games(opens in a new tab) sale at Best Buy that brings one-day discounts on select Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch games through Dec. 10. (And you thought Cyber Weekend was chaotic.)
We’ll be keeping track of the Daily and 12-Day Sports deals here for easy reference, keeping an eye out for any discounts that exist beyond the scheduled windows. Below, you’ll find Best Buy’s picks for Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Why we love it
This 50-inch 4K smart TV with fast webOS features LG’s innovative NanoCell technology, which applies nanoparticle filtration to its LCD panel for vivid colors. Its refresh rate only goes up to 60Hz, so we can’t recommend it for next-generation consoles, but its Auto Low Latency Mode should keep things smooth during gaming.
Today’s $369.99 Deal of the Day offer is $3 off its current price on Amazon(opens in a new tab)which is a new record-low, but you get a free subscription for three months of Apple TV + (valued at $ 20.97) if you go to Best Buy.
Nov. 29 Bonus Deals of the Day
Why we love it
Last year’s best description of the 2011 Wii Game The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword they traded visuals for hard-hitting control, according to former Mashable reporter Alexis Nedd. No Breath of the Wildin other words, it is still important to play-through before Tears of the Kingdom it will arrive next May.
Best Buy has it on sale for $29.99, which is 50% off its $59.99 MSRP and just $1.50 off its previous low.(opens in a new tab) at Amazon(opens in a new tab) (where they are sold now). It also throws in free decals(opens in a new tab) featuring game art that you can beat on your phone or laptop.