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Best Buy finally realized it’s Black Friday in July – here are some of the best deals

Best Buy Black Friday July Deals

Amazon recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with a huge Prime Day deals day that generated record sales. Walmart tried to ruin Amazon’s event by launching its own sales, and so did other retailers. Strangely, Best Buy wasn’t one of them.

Now, however, the company is holding a special “Black Friday in July” event this weekend, planning to offer buyers several gadgets at discounted prices. The Black Friday in July Sale takes place on July 24th and July 25th, with deals available in Best Buy’s online store.

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New and existing My Best Buy members can access the sales page right now by following this link — you can register free of charge for My Best Buy if you’re not already a member.

The retailer is already offering some interesting deals on iPad and Mac, and other gadgets

  • 16GB iPad Air 2 – $379.99 (Save $125)
  • 64GB iPad Air 2 – $474.99 (Save $125)
  • 128GB iPad Air 2 – $574.99 (Save $125)
  • 128GB iPad mini 3 – $449.99 (Save $125)
  • 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro – $1,749.99 (Save $250)
  • 128GB iPhone 6 – $199.99 on contract with Sprint (Save $200)
  • 128GB iPhone 6 – $299.99 on contract with Sprint (Save $200)
  • Free Jawbone UP2 activity tracker with Sprint smartphone purchase
  • $75 free Gift card with GoPro Hero4 camera
  • Save $10 to $250 on portable Bluetooth speakers
  • 11.6-inch Asus Windows laptop – $149.99 (Save $50)
  • 15.6-inch Dell Inspiron 5000 Series laptop – $449.99 (Save $100)
  • 15.6-inch Toshiba Satellite laptop – $249.99 (Save $80)
  • 55-inch Sharp 1080p Smart HDTV – $899.99 (Save $100)
  • 46-inch Samsung 1080p HDTV – $399.99 (Save $200)
  • 40-inch Samsung 1080p Smart HDTV – $429 (Save $70)
  • $50 free gift card Sith Xbox One Console
  • Free PlayStation TV system ($79.99 value) with PlayStation 4 purchase

For more Best Buy in July deals, check out the source link below.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.