Best Buy Best Buy Boxing Day in Summer: WD Black P10 4TB Game Drive $140, Amazon Fire TV Cube $120, Razer Viper Gaming Mouse $70 + More Best Buy's Boxing Day in Summer Sale is On Now!

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Best Buy's new flyer is here and you can see every page now on RedFlagDeals!

This 37-page flyer features Best Buy's Boxing Day in Summer Sale where you'll find the hottest deals of the season on appliances, audio products, gaming accessories, smart home tech and more -- flyer products marked with "Beats Boxing Day Price" have pricing that's lower than Best Buy's Boxing Day 2019 Sale.

We've listed a few highlights to give you an idea of what's available.

Appliances and Kitchen

Computers and Tablets

Home Theatre and Audio

Peripherals and Accessories

Smart Home

Televisions

Video Games

This Best Buy flyer is effective online and in Best Buy stores from June 26 to July 2. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (excluding oversized items) and free store-front pick-up with no minimum.

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    • Not available in any local GMA stores and online delivery scheduled for "as early as July 7, 2020"
      Bummer! +1 to the OP goes without saying.
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    • KravenHead wrote: Not available in any local GMA stores and online delivery scheduled for "as early as July 7, 2020"
      Bummer
      I wouldn't let the shipping delay worry you, I ordered two of the 10TB Seagate external drives yesterday and they said the same thing, both were shipped yesterday. I think that's more so accounting for Canada Post delays than Best Buy
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    • I'm a little confused on how much different this is than the typical WD My Passports. I know it's got "gamer" all over it, but is it really that much faster? Is it more that it's good for consoles as an external drive?
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    • For external hard drives only - is an SSD still better than HDD?
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    • Skilas wrote: I'm a little confused on how much different this is than the typical WD My Passports. I know it's got "gamer" all over it, but is it really that much faster? Is it more that it's good for consoles as an external drive?
      Yea, it's got marginally better write speeds than comparable passport drives. Useful for consoles, not worth the premium if you're just looking for a data drive.
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    • Thanks! Got one for the PS4.
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    • Can you get the actual HDD out of these enclosures for a NAS?
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    • Thx OP, got one for my Xbox
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    • USB3.2 for a 5400RPM drive? Is this real?
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    • Sir Chasm wrote: Can you get the actual HDD out of these enclosures for a NAS?
      No, all WD, Toshiba, et al portable models are Franken-drives with the USB port soldered on and no SATA ports available. Only Seagate offers real HDs inside the enclosure.
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    • JackWhyte wrote: No, all WD, Toshiba, et al portable models are Franken-drives with the USB port soldered on and no SATA ports available. Only Seagate offers real HDs inside the enclosure.
      Thank you. Didn't realize that was the case for all Toshiba drives too.
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    • douber wrote: USB3.2 for a 5400RPM drive? Is this real?
      Its unreal! Maximum Data Transfer Rate 5000 MB/s whoa!
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    • KravenHead wrote: Not available in any local GMA stores and online delivery scheduled for "as early as July 7, 2020"
      Bummer! +1 to the OP goes without saying.
      GMA: good morning america?
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    • alexdealsCA wrote: For external hard drives only - is an SSD still better than HDD?
      If it's in your budget, yes. Longer life, less noisy.
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    • JimU wrote: GMA: good morning america?
      GTA: Grand Theft Auto
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    • I'm assuming Greater Montreal Area.
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    • shabby wrote: Its unreal! Maximum Data Transfer Rate 5000 MB/s whoa!
      Exactly. 40 Gbps out of a 5400RPM drive.

      I'd love to learn their science.
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    • gujusouljah wrote: Yea, it's got marginally better write speeds than comparable passport drives. Useful for consoles, not worth the premium if you're just looking for a data drive.
      Has it ever hit $100 for a 4tb portable? Looking for one to go as in-between the 10TB posted yesterday and a backup disk array.
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    • strife wrote: Has it ever hit $100 for a 4tb portable? Looking for one to go as in-between the 10TB posted yesterday and a backup disk array.
      Not that I've seen, but they have come as low as $115-$120.
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