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Grab a chair, get some snacks, pour a drink and cancel your plans -- you're not going to want to miss these. It's the Best Buy Boxing Week flyers (yes, plural), and we have them here first at RedFlagDeals!

It's a doozy as we have more than 80 total pages of offers and online shoppers get a head-start as deals go live at 7:00 PM EST on December 24, while in-store sales begin at 6:00 AM local time on December 26 -- note that sale prices will not reflect on product pages until the sale begins.

It's the biggest Canadian sale event of the year and this flyer is one of the most-anticipated. Strap yourselves in as we guide you on a journey across all the pages and highlight some of the notable offers.

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These offers are valid online and in-stores (with the exception of online-only items and webcrashers). Note that all products are limited in quantity and are only available while supplies last. There's a limit of one (1) item per household and rainchecks will not be issued.

Best Buy offers free shipping with orders over $25.00 (with the exception of larger items and appliances).

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    • Anyone else have their order cancelled saying they lied about having stock? Ordered on Christmas Eve they email me on New Years Day to tell me the item I ordered was actually out of stock despite the fact that I waited in a one hour queue to purchase it.
      Yes, happened to me. They claim no stock. That's BS.inventory was showing on the site.
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    • Yep, I got an email saying there was a glitch in their system and they've cancelled my order. They did give me $10 digital dollar code for my troubles which expires in 10 days... yay /s
      Even worse I emailed them back to complain, as I ordered on Christmas Eve and they told me it was cancelled on New Year's Day ($750 item) and they replied that the order was cancelled because I gave them incorrect credit card information and closed the email with "Thank you for shopping at futureshop.ca"

      Worst customer service ever.
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    • Anyone else have their order cancelled saying they lied about having stock? Ordered on Christmas Eve they email me on New Years Day to tell me the item I ordered was actually out of stock despite the fact that I waited in a one hour queue to purchase it.
      Yep, I got an email saying there was a glitch in their system and they've cancelled my order. They did give me $10 digital dollar code for my troubles which expires in 10 days... yay /s
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    • Is this desktop worth to buy or you can build a better one at Ncix for cheap ?

      Dell XPS Gaming PC (Intel Core i7-6700K/2TB HDD/24GB RAM/NVIDIA GeForce GTX Graphics/Windows 10)
      http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/del ... dd73c8en02
      $1700 for a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 and no SSD? It is an incredibly poor value.
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    • Is this desktop worth to buy or you can build a better one at Ncix for cheap ?

      Dell XPS Gaming PC (Intel Core i7-6700K/2TB HDD/24GB RAM/NVIDIA GeForce GTX Graphics/Windows 10)
      http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/del ... dd73c8en02
      24GB of RAM? :-0

      Is this the new standard? I better start thinking of upgrading my measly 8GB then...
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    • The speakers built into the TV are pretty horrible anyway. The computer will still output sound from the sound card so as long as you're not looking for surround sound you could run one of these cables from the computer to a receiver/amplifier or of course you could just use a good pair of computer speakers.

      If audio over the actual HDMI is important, you could skip the video card and get something funky like this: http://www.amazon.com/Female-3-5mm-Audi ... B00MVMALFO

      That converts VGA to HDMI and converts the 3.5mm audio output of your soundcard into digital HDMI sound. If you wanted to still get the graphics card there used to be (or still is) DVI to HDMI cables that had a 3.5mm audio input that would convert it to digital HDMI audio, but google turned up next to no results :(

      -Jamie M.
      wrong quote.
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    • They were $49.99. Bought one just because lol
      Deal is now dead. :(
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    • How much was this for?? Ended up getting the 128GB lexar s75 3.0 USB stick $39.99. Price matched it at staples as there was none left online or instore.
      They were $49.99. Bought one just because lol
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    • Anyone else have their order cancelled saying they lied about having stock? Ordered on Christmas Eve they email me on New Years Day to tell me the item I ordered was actually out of stock despite the fact that I waited in a one hour queue to purchase it.
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    • I remember you from gtamotorcycle and some meets lol
      I get around ;)

      -Jamie M.
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    • The speakers built into the TV are pretty horrible anyway. The computer will still output sound from the sound card so as long as you're not looking for surround sound you could run one of these cables from the computer to a receiver/amplifier or of course you could just use a good pair of computer speakers.

      If audio over the actual HDMI is important, you could skip the video card and get something funky like this: http://www.amazon.com/Female-3-5mm-Audi ... B00MVMALFO

      That converts VGA to HDMI and converts the 3.5mm audio output of your soundcard into digital HDMI sound. If you wanted to still get the graphics card there used to be (or still is) DVI to HDMI cables that had a 3.5mm audio input that would convert it to digital HDMI audio, but google turned up next to no results :(

      -Jamie M.
      I remember you from gtamotorcycle and some meets lol
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    • Is this desktop worth to buy or you can build a better one at Ncix for cheap ?

      Dell XPS Gaming PC (Intel Core i7-6700K/2TB HDD/24GB RAM/NVIDIA GeForce GTX Graphics/Windows 10)
      http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/del ... dd73c8en02
      Myself, I always take the build your own approach over brand name comps. Also, it all depends on your needs and by the looks of this unit its for gaming. Again, many would rather use AMD Processors over Intel when it comes to gaming. I'm not a gamer
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    • Oh man, good thing I asked you. Sound is crucial to me to watch the video tv online. Thanks bro.
      The speakers built into the TV are pretty horrible anyway. The computer will still output sound from the sound card so as long as you're not looking for surround sound you could run one of these cables from the computer to a receiver/amplifier or of course you could just use a good pair of computer speakers.

      If audio over the actual HDMI is important, you could skip the video card and get something funky like this: http://www.amazon.com/Female-3-5mm-Audi ... B00MVMALFO

      That converts VGA to HDMI and converts the 3.5mm audio output of your soundcard into digital HDMI sound. If you wanted to still get the graphics card there used to be (or still is) DVI to HDMI cables that had a 3.5mm audio input that would convert it to digital HDMI audio, but google turned up next to no results :(

      -Jamie M.
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    • There is different types of DVI, but that video card will work with any DVI cables (even if they look different). The only problem running DVI to HDMI is that it won't carry audio, but if you don't care about the audio over HDMI then no problem.

      -Jamie M.
      Oh man, good thing I asked you. Sound is crucial to me to watch the video tv online. Thanks bro.
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    • Thanks man. I'll give that a try. I know you mentioned that it's not a huge deal, but I don't see most of these cards being low profile, so I worry about the fit. I can possibly get this card (http://www.nvidia.ca/object/product_qua ... lp_us.html) from someone for $15. It has a DVI output and as it happens I have a Monster DVI-HDMI cable lying around collecting dust. But the graphics card says DVI-I and the holes don't look quite the same as the prongs in that cable. I guess there's different types of DVI?
      There is different types of DVI, but that video card will work with any DVI cables (even if they look different). The only problem running DVI to HDMI is that it won't carry audio, but if you don't care about the audio over HDMI then no problem.

      -Jamie M.
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    • Start at the top and work your way down: http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.ph ... location=0

      Top/cheapest one is sold out, third one down looks nice "ATI Radeon HD 5450 1GB DDR3" just make sure the low profile bracket is included in the box (if it isn't, it's not the end of the world, you can either hack up the stock bracket or remove it and run naked).

      I know for sure Pci Express 2.0 works, and I think 2.1 will too, but 3.0 WON'T work. If you get too crazy with the video card then you'd need to upgrade the power supply as well (can be tricky if you've got the small form factor version of the computer).

      -Jamie M.
      Thanks man. I'll give that a try. I know you mentioned that it's not a huge deal, but I don't see most of these cards being low profile, so I worry about the fit. I can possibly get this card (http://www.nvidia.ca/object/product_qua ... lp_us.html) from someone for $15. It has a DVI output and as it happens I have a Monster DVI-HDMI cable lying around collecting dust. But the graphics card says DVI-I and the holes don't look quite the same as the prongs in that cable. I guess there's different types of DVI?
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    • Good idea. Could you recommend one in particular compatible with this computer?
      Start at the top and work your way down: http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.ph ... location=0

      Top/cheapest one is sold out, third one down looks nice "ATI Radeon HD 5450 1GB DDR3" just make sure the low profile bracket is included in the box (if it isn't, it's not the end of the world, you can either hack up the stock bracket or remove it and run naked).

      I know for sure Pci Express 2.0 works, and I think 2.1 will too, but 3.0 WON'T work. If you get too crazy with the video card then you'd need to upgrade the power supply as well (can be tricky if you've got the small form factor version of the computer).

      -Jamie M.
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    • Get a low profile graphics card from Canada Computers for $45 and it'll have HDMI out :)

      -Jamie M.
      Good idea. Could you recommend one in particular compatible with this computer?
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    • Guys, this might be the wrong place to ask but does anyone know how to connect that Samsung TV to an older desktop like this one: http://www.staples.ca/en/Dell-Optiplex- ... oCXqrw_wcB


      I used to connect my old lcd via vga cable but that is no longer an option here.
      Get a low profile graphics card from Canada Computers for $45 and it'll have HDMI out :)

      -Jamie M.
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    • What I find odd is that I didn't get a Best Buy Flyer that would start tomorrow. I'm holding off buying something to see if it goes on sale tomorrow maybe for a better price as the boxing week price isn't really much of a discount.
      IIRC, last year there wasn't a standard flyer for Best Buy the week after Boxing Week (they literally had a splash page on their site that said "We're giving our flyers a break this week!"). Instead, they had a 10 page flyer that had a bunch of clearance/obsolete products with meh savings. No idea if they're going that route again this year, though
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    • Got my archer c7 last night. Very, very impressed with wifi coverage and speeds. Just have to wait for an AC card to go on sale and I am set! So worth the money.
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    • What I find odd is that I didn't get a Best Buy Flyer that would start tomorrow. I'm holding off buying something to see if it goes on sale tomorrow maybe for a better price as the boxing week price isn't really much of a discount.
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    • I hear your argument. But these are supposed to be Smart TV's with many capable of point and click interfaces and I still do think that many sites uses Flash and there is no way to use them without having one (including Facebook, Youtube and others, including my international TV site with almost a hundred of very high quality channels that I and my family use daily). I can insert a $10 wireless mouse into my TV USB, which I have, so this point and click interface problem you point out is non-existent to me. For years, dealing with Adobe I realize that they are a huge PITA company on many ends and I would love to see all websites use HTML5. Again, my argument is that it was totally premature of Samsung to not support flash simply because many websites still do, regardless of what programmers and techies would like to see. They should have included some type of an optional extension to their browser informing users that yes, Adobe is a POS software, but because we want our clients to have a seamless internet experience you can do this flash add-on. Sony seems to have done just that. Now I need to add all sort of ancillary equipment to my "smart tv" just to make it behave the way my 10+ year old LCD tv did, when it was hooked up to a desktop via vga cable that the new tv no longer has an input for.
      Another argument for not allowing Flash on Smart TVs: security. Flash constantly has to be flashed as new security holes are found. How many people do you know that know how to upgrade the firmware on their TV, or would choose to do so if prompted by the TV? Most consumers wouldn't. Which means now you have a nice device connected to your network with a compromised version of Flash on it, handily turning your TV into a convenient little spy right there in your network. Yes, I'm sure that YOU would happily upgrade your firmware every time you needed to, but the vast majority of regular consumers won't, and that's a bad thing all around.
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    • It's actually not that basic to support flash, otherwise it wouldn't have lost support on iOS and Android and most smart TVs years ago. One problem in particular is that flash sites don't have standard interfaces. A lot of them rely on mouse-overs to work, and most of them rely on clicking on certain spots on the screen to register as actions. How do you mouse over something if you don't have a mouse? How do you click on that button over in the corner, if you don't have a mouse or a pointer? The problem is that most flash sites were not designed to be used with a tv remote as an input device, and in fact many of them were authored before smart TVs even existed; they would have to be re-written to support touchscreen devices and tv remotes. But what would be the point, when support for flash is almost nonexistent outside of computers now? The sites that could afford to update their flash apps dropped flash and converted to html5 a long time ago.

      And that is just the input device problem, that is just one of many reasons flash is dying now.

      So then why should Samsung and other tv makers bend over backwards to support this obsolete technology when no one is writing flash apps anymore? Building support for legacy formats costs money. How much more would you be willing to spend on a tv so that it can support a format that largely died years ago? Would you be willing to spend the equivalent of a chromecast for that? 2 chromecasts? I know what my answer is... Zero. Give me the cheaper tv. If I want to watch video from a 5 year old flash site, I can watch it on my computer. Most sites worth visiting work on modern devices including mobile devices and smart TVs.
      I hear your argument. But these are supposed to be Smart TV's with many capable of point and click interfaces and I still do think that many sites uses Flash and there is no way to use them without having one (including Facebook, Youtube and others, including my international TV site with almost a hundred of very high quality channels that I and my family use daily). I can insert a $10 wireless mouse into my TV USB, which I have, so this point and click interface problem you point out is non-existent to me. For years, dealing with Adobe I realize that they are a huge PITA company on many ends and I would love to see all websites use HTML5. Again, my argument is that it was totally premature of Samsung to not support flash simply because many websites still do, regardless of what programmers and techies would like to see. They should have included some type of an optional extension to their browser informing users that yes, Adobe is a POS software, but because we want our clients to have a seamless internet experience you can do this flash add-on. Sony seems to have done just that. Now I need to add all sort of ancillary equipment to my "smart tv" just to make it behave the way my 10+ year old LCD tv did, when it was hooked up to a desktop via vga cable that the new tv no longer has an input for.
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    • What about the set-top box? Do you know whether Bell has anything better than the Arris VIP2262? I noticed that the picture and sound sometimes get stuck for a second or two. It's not happening frequently enough to annoy me yet, however, it's a bit concerning. I'm also really ticked off by that Samsung browser for failing to include a damn flash player - I mean that is so basic, to the extent that I think people should re-think whether this is really a smart TV. Looks like I will have to add Chromecast, which just feels wrong.
      It's actually not that basic to support flash, otherwise it wouldn't have lost support on iOS and Android and most smart TVs years ago. One problem in particular is that flash sites don't have standard interfaces. A lot of them rely on mouse-overs to work, and most of them rely on clicking on certain spots on the screen to register as actions. How do you mouse over something if you don't have a mouse? How do you click on that button over in the corner, if you don't have a mouse or a pointer? The problem is that most flash sites were not designed to be used with a tv remote as an input device, and in fact many of them were authored before smart TVs even existed; they would have to be re-written to support touchscreen devices and tv remotes. But what would be the point, when support for flash is almost nonexistent outside of computers now? The sites that could afford to update their flash apps dropped flash and converted to html5 a long time ago.

      And that is just the input device problem, that is just one of many reasons flash is dying now.

      So then why should Samsung and other tv makers bend over backwards to support this obsolete technology when no one is writing flash apps anymore? Building support for legacy formats costs money. How much more would you be willing to spend on a tv so that it can support a format that largely died years ago? Would you be willing to spend the equivalent of a chromecast for that? 2 chromecasts? I know what my answer is... Zero. Give me the cheaper tv. If I want to watch video from a 5 year old flash site, I can watch it on my computer. Most sites worth visiting work on modern devices including mobile devices and smart TVs.
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    • additional $150 off in store. call to verify. several people bought it in the CC thread.
      Thanks a lot! I really had to drive far out, but I actually managed to find one. It seems to be better in every way to the 48JU6400.
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    • Flash is dying
      Any other TV has it?
      Sony has it. I dislike most things by Adobe and wish that Flash was dead, however, fact is many sites still use the damn thing so Samsung should include it in its browser, period, otherwise your internet experience is severely handicapped.
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    • Flash is dying
      Any other TV has it?
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    • There will be no improvement when replacing a working HDMI cable.
      What about the set-top box? Do you know whether Bell has anything better than the Arris VIP2262? I noticed that the picture and sound sometimes get stuck for a second or two. It's not happening frequently enough to annoy me yet, however, it's a bit concerning. I'm also really ticked off by that Samsung browser for failing to include a damn flash player - I mean that is so basic, to the extent that I think people should re-think whether this is really a smart TV. Looks like I will have to add Chromecast, which just feels wrong.
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    • and a better HDMI cable will make it even better.
      There will be no improvement when replacing a working HDMI cable.
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    • Got my TV (http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/sam ... 81c910en02) from the Thursday order. All in one piece. Great picture, obviously will depend greatly on the source. Oasis/Love Nature looks spectacular and just pops. I half suspect that a better Bell box and a better HDMI cable will make it even better. Any input on whether there is a better box to handle these TVs (I've got an Arris VIP2262 box from Bell)?

      One major bone to pick with this TV is the lack of Flash support on the Browser. I watch many international channels through a site that uses flash, so I'm kind of stuck at the moment. I used to connect my old Sammy LCD to a Dell desktop, but I cannot do it here because there is no serial cable input on this TV. Does anyone know a safe flash add on file for this TV or whether Chromecast would solve the issue? Thanks!
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    • What does everyone think of the Vizio TV?
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    • How? This is 899.
      additional $150 off in store. call to verify. several people bought it in the CC thread.
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    • 1st sentence - 100%.

      2nd sentence - I just know from one person who is an authorized installer. If you look up the model you will see that it only showed up in USA at black friday for very cheap and only showed up in canada for the boxing week/holiday sale.

      I got a 50JU6500 from CC for $749 instead. Hot, hot, hot.
      How? This is 899.
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    • How reliable is this info?
      1st sentence - 100%.

      2nd sentence - I just know from one person who is an authorized installer. If you look up the model you will see that it only showed up in USA at black friday for very cheap and only showed up in canada for the boxing week/holiday sale.

      I got a 50JU6500 from CC for $749 instead. Hot, hot, hot.
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