Best Buy Best Buy Flyer Roundup: Dell 15.6" Laptop $800, Honeywell Lyric Smart Thermostat $100, Logitech G710+ Gaming Keyboard $85 + More New Flyer! Honeywell Smart Thermostat $100 + More!

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Best Buy's latest flyer is here and you can view every page right now on RedFlagDeals!

You'll find plenty of gadgets and gift ideas in this new 44-page flyer, featuring a number of ASUS computers and other electronics to help ensure that you'll have the fastest shopping experience this holiday season.

Take a glimpse below to check out some of the offers available.

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Computers and Tablets

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Peripherals and Accessories

Smart Home

Televisions

Toys and Video Games

This flyer is effective online and in Best Buy stores (where available) from November 10 to 16. BestBuy.ca offers free shipping with orders over $35.00 (with the exception of oversized items and major appliances) and a free in-store pick-up option with no minimum order.

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    • thanks, is the rebate with enbridge still available?
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    • kane2080 wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 7:05 am
      thanks, is the rebate with enbridge still available?
      Yes, it is available, until December 31/2017
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    • goofball wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 7:26 am
      Yes, it is available, until December 31/2017
      Did anyone got the rebate? i contacted them via the online form and noone called/contact me or anything.
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    • goofball wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 7:26 am
      Yes, it is available, until December 31/2017
      thank op, missed out on the last deal.
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    • got this when Lowes had it for 99 + tax.

      i primarily use the Geo-fencing function and it works well. only downside is my parents live within 2km so it thinks we are at home when we are at my parents place.
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    • In for one! Thanks OP
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    • Andyc416 wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 8:37 am
      got this when Lowes had it for 99 + tax.

      i primarily use the Geo-fencing function and it works well. only downside is my parents live within 2km so it thinks we are at home when we are at my parents place.
      Can you reduce the geofence raidus?
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    • How do we get the credit once we get the item? do we call embridge ?
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    • vkizzle wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 9:09 am
      Can you reduce the geofence raidus?
      yes the geofence can be adjusted but anything lower there would not be enough time to get my house to the optimal temp when i get home
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    • Andyc416 wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 10:23 am
      yes the geofence can be adjusted but anything lower there would not be enough time to get my house to the optimal temp when i get home
      How large is your geofence?
      Once you're inside the zone, I can't imagine you taking more than 5-10min to get to your house and that's not enough time to get to your desired temp.
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    • I got this from Lowe's
      Found out during install that I didn't have a common wire
      Returned it

      Waiting for the ecobee3 to go on sale as it doesn't require a common wire
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    • Given how long it's taking for GreenON program to contact those who signed up for a free thermostat, this Honeywell might be the best way to go.
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    • reyoasian wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 10:43 am
      I got this from Lowe's
      Found out during install that I didn't have a common wire
      Returned it

      Waiting for the ecobee3 to go on sale as it doesn't require a common wire
      You can still use the Honeywell with only 4 wires but it requires you to use a jumper wire and make some adjustments at both the thermostat AND the furnace.
      The ecobee3 DOES requires a common wire. However they do provide a PEK (Power Extender Kit) with the thermostat for those that only have 4 wires instead of the recommended 5. It still requires you to do some rewiring.
      The NEST is the only one that doesn't require a common wire as it uses a battery to power the thermostat. There are potential drawbacks to this design as it only charges the battery during a heating/cooling cycle.

      I'm also waiting for a sale on the ecobee3. I have a feeling local retailers are not going to drop it much more than it already is considering there is a $100 rebate from Enbridge.
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    • Isaac Clarke wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 11:04 am
      You can still use the Honeywell with only 4 wires but it requires you to use a jumper wire and make some adjustments at both the thermostat AND the furnace.
      The ecobee3 DOES requires a common wire. However they do provide a PEK (Power Extender Kit) with the thermostat for those that only have 4 wires instead of the recommended 5. It still requires you to do some rewiring.
      The NEST is the only one that doesn't require a common wire as it uses a battery to power the thermostat. There are potential drawbacks to this design as it only charges the battery during a heating/cooling cycle.

      I'm also waiting for a sale on the ecobee3. I have a feeling local retailers are not going to drop it much more than it already is considering there is a $100 rebate from Enbridge.
      Right, the T5 was too much work and the ecobee3 is much more straight forward so I will wait
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    • Isaac Clarke wrote:
      Nov 10th, 2017 11:04 am
      You can still use the Honeywell with only 4 wires but it requires you to use a jumper wire and make some adjustments at both the thermostat AND the furnace.
      The ecobee3 DOES requires a common wire. However they do provide a PEK (Power Extender Kit) with the thermostat for those that only have 4 wires instead of the recommended 5. It still requires you to do some rewiring.
      The NEST is the only one that doesn't require a common wire as it uses a battery to power the thermostat. There are potential drawbacks to this design as it only charges the battery during a heating/cooling cycle.

      I'm also waiting for a sale on the ecobee3. I have a feeling local retailers are not going to drop it much more than it already is considering there is a $100 rebate from Enbridge.
      Correction: The NEST will pulse your furnace (temporarily turn on your furnace, regardless if it's on a heat or a/c cycle) to recharge the batteries as required.
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    • How soon to get Enbridge approval confirmation?
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    • Thanks OP!
      I'm planning on price matching this one to HomeDepot and use the $10 coupon they send you for signing up for their mailing list.
      I may have to buy a filler if they won't let me stack both -- but I will report back either way!
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