Best Buy Best Buy Boxing Day is Live: Nintendo Switch Mario Party Bundle $380, UE BLAST Alexa Speaker $130, Instant Pot Duo Plus $90 + More The Best Buy Boxing Day is LIVE!

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Best Buy's Boxing Day Sale is Now Live!

Get some snacks and do the floss dance, because we're giving you an exclusive first look at Best Buy's Boxing Day 2018 flyer and you can browse all 81 pages now on RedFlagDeals!

The sale officially starts online at 6:00 PM EST on December 24, while stores will open at 6:00 AM local time on December 26.

We've listed a few deals from the flyer to help you prepare for the big sale -- note that flyer pricing will not reflect on product pages until the sale begins.

Appliances and Kitchen

Automotive

Beauty and Wellness

Cameras

Cell Phones (In-Store Only)

Computers, Components and Tablets

Furniture

Home Theatre and Audio

Kids and Baby

Peripherals and Accessories

Smart Home

Televisions

Travel

Video Games

Wearables

The Best Buy Boxing Day Sale is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) from December 24 to January 3, 2019. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00, with the exception of oversized items and major appliances.

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    • Thanks for your hard work! 👍
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    • What memory card in the ad would go best with the gopro7
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    • lol the Xbox One S Bundle with Fortnite is worse than the ones they offered for Black Friday.

      Minecraft bundle was $229.99. The $299.99 bundles came with games like Battlefield V and NBA 2k19. Fortnite is FREE.
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    • Google Home Mini - $39.99 (regularly $79.99)
      $35 on Black Friday... not to mention $20 last weekend on a price error

      Yeah Boxing Day is truly dead
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    • Which is the best sound bar under 250 dollars?
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    • Octopath is at a great price if you haven't already tried it. I got it at Toys r Us for a few months back for 59.99. Everything else looks pretty lukewarm, however. I hope Wal-mart brings back their Pro controller for $49.99.
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    • no deaktop deals?
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    • Nothing for me, thank goodness!
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    • Hmm. Kind of in the market for a laptop.

      Acer Swift 3 14" Laptop - Silver (Intel Core i5-8250U/256GB SSD/8GB RAM/Windows 10) at $750 is same price as Black Friday. The 15" Swift 3 model with i7 was $800 from Staples

      Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Laptop - Space Grey (i5 2.3GHz/128GB SSD/8GB RAM) is currently also $1,529.99 so same as upcoming Boxing Day sale. No need to wait.

      Apple was giving out $260 store credit with purchase on Black Friday (does not stack with education discount) which came out to a bit less.

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    • Is the 65” X900F for $2k a good deal? Wanting to pick up a 65-75” 4K tv. Not sure if I missed better deals on BF or if I should wait until Super Bowl sales. I also have access to the USA market if something better or cheaper for same over there.
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    • blackston3 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 2:02 am
      $35 on Black Friday... not to mention $20 last weekend on a price error

      Yeah Boxing Day is truly dead
      mine just shipped yesterday. I was getting worried for a bit there. 😊
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    • Nothings really impressive lol.. damn. Seems like a lot of this stuff is priced this way on amazon..
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    • him_101 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:01 am
      Nothings really impressive lol.. damn. Seems like a lot of this stuff is priced this way on amazon..
      Yeah, we had better deals on black Friday and leading up to boxing day.

      But pricing errors n limited time deals will probably pop up here and there.
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    • Been waiting for Boxing Day in hopes of a repeat on the PS4 deal from Black Friday. Oh well. These Best Buy gift cards are burning a hole in my pocket too!
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    • ryan0462 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 6:05 am
      Is the 65” X900F for $2k a good deal? Wanting to pick up a 65-75” 4K tv. Not sure if I missed better deals on BF or if I should wait until Super Bowl sales. I also have access to the USA market if something better or cheaper for same over there.

      It's the same price as BF however you did miss the 200GC deal that BB had during a VIP sale the day before BF.
      The tv is good Video is clear and crisp it is a very bright TV.
      Android TV sucks beyond belief, if you plan on steaming 4K movies to the tv through PLEX or Kodi the tv only has a 100mbps Ethernet port which kills that so your stuck to AC Wifi which can have issues.
      You get Dolby Vision HDR which is nice in Netflix however don't make it your defining benefit of the purchase as HDR is still a new tech and not much outside Netflix uses it.

      Be aware 1080p TV signals especially football don't look that great personally I tend to watch sports on my old Panasonic Plasma it just seems crisp and less artifacts.. 1080p blurays still look great and the 4K content you can find is amazing.
      That is my quick run down of the X900F, still a great tv. Check out cost-co for the X900F it will also go down to 1999.99 and their warranty for 99,99 cannot be beat.
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    • Jebus05 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:13 am
      It's the same price as BF however you did miss the 200GC deal that BB had during a VIP sale the day before BF.
      The tv is good Video is clear and crisp it is a very bright TV.
      Android TV sucks beyond belief, if you plan on steaming 4K movies to the tv through PLEX or Kodi the tv only has a 100mbps Ethernet port which kills that so your stuck to AC Wifi which can have issues.
      You get Dolby Vision HDR which is nice in Netflix however don't make it your defining benefit of the purchase as HDR is still a new tech and not much outside Netflix uses it.

      Be aware 1080p TV signals especially football don't look that great personally I tend to watch sports on my old Panasonic Plasma it just seems crisp and less artifacts.. 1080p blurays still look great and the 4K content you can find is amazing.
      That is my quick run down of the X900F, still a great tv. Check out cost-co for the X900F it will also go down to 1999.99 and their warranty for 99,99 cannot be beat.
      Thanks for your review. How much download speed do you recommend for 4K streaming? Is 100 Mbps not enough? I thought around 25 Mbps would suffice?
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    • Jebus05 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:13 am
      It's the same price as BF however you did miss the 200GC deal that BB had during a VIP sale the day before BF.
      The tv is good Video is clear and crisp it is a very bright TV.
      Android TV sucks beyond belief, if you plan on steaming 4K movies to the tv through PLEX or Kodi the tv only has a 100mbps Ethernet port which kills that so your stuck to AC Wifi which can have issues.
      You get Dolby Vision HDR which is nice in Netflix however don't make it your defining benefit of the purchase as HDR is still a new tech and not much outside Netflix uses it.

      Be aware 1080p TV signals especially football don't look that great personally I tend to watch sports on my old Panasonic Plasma it just seems crisp and less artifacts.. 1080p blurays still look great and the 4K content you can find is amazing.
      That is my quick run down of the X900F, still a great tv. Check out cost-co for the X900F it will also go down to 1999.99 and their warranty for 99,99 cannot be beat.
      100Mbit port not enough for 4K movies through Plex or Kodi?
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    • Any Koodo phone deals at BB?
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    • The LG 75"... good TV? Price seems hot.
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