Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and what better way is there to work off those calories than a mad dash for that last high-end tablet reduced down by a fraction of its normal cost? The chaos of Black Friday strikes every year, and it only takes a look at the upcoming deals to understand why. Best Buy has released a preview of what discounts to expect in just a few weeks, and there are perhaps enough offerings on hand to make an Android fan line up outside the store right away.
Lets get the obvious interests out of the way first. Yes, there will be Android tablets and smartphones on sale. Shoppers can save $100 off the Galaxy Note 10.1 or the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. Anyone looking to be extra cheap can walk out with an off-brand 7-inch tablet for just $39.99. When it comes to phones, many of the savings apply to budget handsets, such as the LG Optimus F3 for $89.99 off-contract. However, the LG G2 will be available for $49.99 with a two-year activation. The exclusive Metallic Blue HTC One will sell for just $29.99 on-contract, and the Arctic Blue Galaxy S4 can be yours for free (again, on-contract). There will also be a blanket offer to save $100 on any tablet, smartphone, laptop, or e-reader when purchasing a Verizon Mobile Broadband device with a two-year plan.
Anyone whose smartphone or tablet still has a micro SD card slot will be able to snag memory for extra cheap. 16GB cards will go for $9.99, whereas 64GB offerings will cost just $34.99.
Smartwatches won't come with any discounts, but anyone who buys one will get to take home a $20 gift card. This applies to obviously brainy watches, like the Pebble, and the more athletic types, such as the Fitbit Force. Jambox Bluetooth speakers are available for $99.99, saving shoppers $50. People who prefer a dock can get one for just $49.99. Headphones and earbuds that typically cost $19.99 will be on sale for 50% off.
The savings don't stop there. The Chromecast will be available for $29.99, Galaxy S4 flip covers will go for half off, and a handful of Beats by Dr. Dre products will actually cost less than $200. Discounts will be effective starting 6 PM November 28 - 30th, but don't expect supplies to last that long. To peruse them all for yourself, check out the link below.