SALT LAKE CITY — Get ready to comb through the ads looking for Black Friday deals a little earlier this year. Black Friday is going to be Black Tuesday and Wednesday for Best Buy. And it’ll hit in October instead of November.
The electronics retailer says it will kick off its Black Friday deals next week to help shoppers start their holiday shopping season safely. These dates also happen to line up with Amazon’s rescheduled Prime Day.
“For two days, on Oct. 13 and 14, shoppers can get dozens of deals straight from the not-yet-released Black Friday ad – including one of the most anticipated deals of the season: a 70-inch Samsung 4K Smart TV for just $529.99, a deal so good it will be on the ad’s front cover,” Best Buy said in a statement.
The company says that they will offer a variety of pickup/online order options including contactless curbside pickup and same-day delivery in many areas.
Along with that, Best Buy said they will be extending their holiday returns stating that any purchases made between Oct. 13 through Jan. 2 will have an extended return period through January 16, 2021. They also say if prices drop before Black Friday, My Best Buy customers will be automatically reimbursed the difference.
The rest of Best Buy’s Black Friday ad will come later this month.
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