Best Buy has released another weapon in its holiday season arsenal – a suite of top-quality tech and products exclusive to the store.
The Richfield-based retailer means business this Christmas, and after offering some serious deals during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend it has revealed its latest pitch at holiday shoppers.
It has 11 "unique, one-of-a-kind" gift options that range in price from $39.99 to a whopping $2,498.99 which have gone on sale in most stores on Sunday and are now available online – with some of them having a discount on the sticker price.
Among the cheaper items is a special edition, steel-book Harry Potter blu-ray DVD collection that it's selling for $99.99 ($30 off).
Other unusual items includes a Beatles-branded collective 1964 Pro-Ject turntable for $649.98 and a Lenovo Yoga 910 laptop that comes with a glass-lid for $1,299.99 ($300 off).
The retailer says there are limited numbers of these products, which will be on sale till Christmas Eve, and "once they're gone, they're gone."
Here's the full list of items:
- Shinola Magnolia Edition Red Belt Runwell Turntable, $2,499.98
- Lenovo Yoga 910 Glass-Lid Laptop, $1,299.99
- Beats Unity Edition Studio Wireless Headphones: available in USA, Mexico and Canada colors, $379.99 each
- kate spade new york Activity Tracker, $98
- DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter in Black, $1,199.99
- TUMI Aston Wrap Folio for Surface Pro, $79.99
- The Beatles Collectible 1964 Pro-Ject Turntable, $649.98
- GoPro HERO5 Black 4K Action Camera plus Best Buy Holiday Sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip to the 2017 X Games, $399.99
- Harry Potter 8-Film SteelBook Box Set, $99.99
- South Park Character Figures 3-Pack, $39.99
- Team Liquid Razer Deathadder Chroma Elite Mouse and Goliathus Mouse Mat, $69.99