Best Buy Fourth Of July Sale - Save Big On TVs, Laptops, Games, And More

Regardless of what you're shopping for, Best Buy has probably slashed its price.


Best Buy is running a big Fourth of July Sale until Tuesday, giving you a chance to score games, TVs, headphones, laptops, and other electronics at low prices. Most of the savings are available to everyone, but if you’re a My Best Buy Plus member, you’ll have access to a handful of exclusive savings--including up to 65% off gaming accessories and the ongoing B2G1 free Switch games promotion--so consider signing up if you want to save even more cash.

Of the deals available to everyone, you’d be hard-pressed to find one better than the LG 48-Inch Class A2 Series OLED 4K Smart TV, which is seeing a staggering $700 discount and is now listed for $600 ($570 for My Best Buy Plus members). It might be a bit small for a home theater, but if you have a game room or spare bedroom you’d like to upgrade, it definitely deserves a closer look. For a cheaper alternative, you’ll find the Insignia 42-Inch Class F20 LED Smart Fire TV for $130 (down from $200).

A handful of video games are on sale too, including Far Cry 6 for $21 (down from $40) and Dragon Quest Treasures for $42 (down from $60). What’s more enticing, however, is the new sign-up bonus for joining My Best Buy Plus--which lets you cash in on a B2G1 offer featuring tons of Switch games like Super Mario Bros. Wonder and Super Mario RPG.

Other great discounts include the HP Victus Gaming Laptop (RTX 3050) for $650 (down from $900), the Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones for $180 (down from $350), and the Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed Wireless Mechanical Keyboard for $90 (down from $180).

If you don’t want to skim through dozens of pages of deals, you’ll find a list of our favorite discounts below. The event ends on Tuesday, so be sure to check it out over the holiday weekend.




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