TOP PRIME DAY DEALS AT BEST BUY:
It’s finally the big day: . Well, technically it should be Prime Days, because the colossal shopping event will be taking place on both Oct. 13 and 14. We’re in for a lot of great deals coming our way, so make sure that both your wallet and shopping cart are (get it?) and ready to start scooping up those discounts as soon as possible.
Amazon isn’t the only retail giant that’ll be kicking off big sales this week. While Amazon did create Prime Day, retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, and more are having their own Prime Days of sorts to add even more choice (and savings opportunities) into the mix. For Prime Day 2020, it’s best to cast a wide net and keep an eye out for more than just Amazon’s listings.
Below, the best Prime Day deals you can find at Best Buy:
4K TVs are always a hot commodity, even more so during the Prime Day season. While Sony, LG, and Samsung tend to get most of the attention in the 4K TV space, we’d like to direct your focus over to TCL. Their 65-inch Class 8 Series is a great setup — of course you get that beautiful 4K UHD display, but the real sweet part of the package is the built-in Roku interface that allows you to easily navigate your streaming apps, HDMI inputs, and more. You can get one for $700 off at Best Buy during their sales event, so have at it.
If your budget isn’t quite in the $1,000-and-up range, this 4K TV from Samsung is a great option. It’s bigger than the TCL above (although doesn’t have as nice of a display or the Roku interface), and can deliver beautiful visuals. It’s also a smart TV, which means you’ll be able to access your favorite streaming apps as you please.
We’ve all been spending a lot more time indoors lately, and that time is only going to increase as the colder weather rolls in. That means it’s probably a good idea to keep your living space tidy so you don’t end up going crazy. The Dyson V11 Origin is one of the brand’s best stick vacuums, and it’s $100 off at Best Buy. It has really strong suction power for deep cleaning, works on all floor types, and can convert to a helpful handheld mode.
Need to vacuum, but don’t feel like doing the work? A robot vacuum should do the trick — this Roomba 960 can be controlled manually, via its companion app, or by way of a compatible smart speaker whenever you need to tidy up. It’s excellent for picking up pet hair, freshening up your carpets, and it does it all while you continue to go about your business.
Having a smart speaker around is a worthwhile luxury if you don’t already have one. Control your connected smart devices, check in on the weather, play music, and more via simple voice controls without having to move a muscle. Like the Echo Show, this Lenovo smart speaker features an HD display for making video calls, among other things.
If you don’t have noise-canceling headphones by now, it’s a good time to get a pair. The Beats Solo Pros feature two different listening modes — active noise-canceling, and transparency. Active noise-canceling blocks external noise so that you can stay fully immersed in whatever you’re listening to, while transparency helps you stay aware of your surroundings by letting a small amount of ambient noise come through. They’re also ergonomically designed for effortless comfort, can last up to 22 hours on one charge, has integrated on-ear controls, and automatically turn on and off when you fold (or unfold) your pair.
Every audiophile needs a great portable Bluetooth speaker, and the JBL Flip 5 is an excellent choice. It has a water-resistant design (just don’t go chucking it in a pool), can provide up to 12 hours of playback on a single charge, and produces clear, balanced audio for your listening pleasure.