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Best Buy has free 2-day shipping for all you last-minute shoppers

There's not much time left to finish that holiday shopping.

Best Buy's trying to make that last-minute, holiday shopping scramble a little easier on everybody by offering a free shipping upgrade.

FYI – Christmas is less than two weeks away. So if you haven't finished (or started) your shopping, you might want to get on that.

Starting Thursday through next Wednesday, the Richfield-based electronics retailer is offering free two-day shipping to every BestBuy.com customer. There's no minimum purchase, but there are some items that aren't included in the promotion. The website will say whether or not items qualify.

If two days isn't fast enough for you, you can always order online and pick up at your store that same day. Same-day pickups will be offered through Saturday, Dec. 24 on orders placed by 4 p.m. local time.

The retailer will also be offering deals on things like LED televisions, GoPros and speakers. For the list of sales, click here.

If you're on the lookout for free shipping, Friday is Free Shipping Day and a bunch of retailers – like Target, Cabela's, and Walmart – are participating.

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