Best Buy offers extra savings on games and home theater items to early Christmas shoppers starting December 4

By on Dec 4, 2011 in Lifestyle, Shopping, United States Comments

Best Buy is offering extra savings to early Christmas shoppers that will purchase games and home theater products starting Sunday, December 04, 2011 up to Saturday, December, 10, 2011.

According to a press release at the official news site of Best Buy on Friday, December 2, customers who will buy any two games that cost $29.99 and above will get the third game for free.

As noted by Best Buy, the extra savings offer includes pre-owned games and among them is the Xbox360 250G Kinect Gaming System and a Best Buy $75 gift card for $399.99.

Also included are Microsoft Kinect Sensor for $99.99, Nintendo 3DS and a Best Buy $50 gift card for $169.99, and Nintendo Wii and a Best Buy $20 gift card for $149.99.

In addition, Best Buy said they are also offering big savings on TV deals starting this Sunday, which includes a Toshiba 40″ Class LCD 1080p HDTV worth $379.99 as featured in Best Buy‘s TV spot airing across the country.

Also among the Best Buy TV deals are a Sharp 60″ Class LCD 1080p HDTV which costs $899.99 and an Insignia 24″ Class LED 1080p HDTV which is worth $179.99, with all the items to be available in stores and at

Meanwhile, Best Buy noted that a price match guarantee will be given to Christmas shoppers, which means they will match its retail store competitors on any identical available product for sale now through December 24, 2011.

On top of them, Best Buy also announced free shipping on all items purchased on from December 2 to 27, 2011, with no minimum purchase and applies to over 400,000 items such computers and accessories, among others.

Prices and offers mentioned above may change without prior notice. For more details, customers are being invited to drop by to their nearest Best Buy store or visit their official website at

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