Best Buy Full Black Friday 2013 ad

Black Friday is approaching fast, and deals are coming in for various stores, including plenty of offers for Android fans – so let’s check out what’s inside Best Buy’s Black Friday 2013 ad.

  • $100 off any laptop, tablet, e-reader or smartphone with purchase of two-year Verizon mobile broadband service
  • $399.99 16GB Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 ($30 off)
  • $299.99 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 ($60off)
  • $149.99 8GB Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 ($50 off)
  • $99.99 16GB Amazon Kindle Fire 7
  • $99.99 16GB Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 ($100 off)
  • $79.99 8GB Insignia Flex ($120 off)
  • $39.99 4GB Digital2 7-inch tablet
  • Free Samsung Galaxy S4 with two-year AT&T, Sprint or Verizon contract
  • $299.99 Samsung Galaxy S3, off-contract with Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile($100 off)
  • $49.99 LG G2 with two-year Sprint contract
  • $29.99 HTC One two-year AT&T, Sprint or Verizon contract
  • $179.99 HTC One SV off-contract with Boost Mobile ($100 off)
  • $89.99 LG Optimus F3 off-contract with Virgin Mobile ($90 off)
  • $34.99 ZTE Avail II off-contract with AT&T ($40 off)
  • $269.99 Dr. Dre Beats Studio headphones ($30 off)
  • $179.99 Dr. Dre Beats Solo HD headphones ($20 off)
  • $9.99 SanDisk Ultra 16GB MicroSDHC memory card ($10 off)
  • $17.99 SanDisk Ultra 32GB MicroSDHC memory card ($12 off)
  • $34.99 SanDisk Ultra 64GB MicroSDHC memory card ($25 off)
  • $9.99 Skullcandy Ink’d 2 earbud headphones ($10 off)
  • $9.99 Sony ZX-Series Outdoor Monitor over-the-ear headphones ($10 off)
  • $14.99 Jabra Classic Bluetooth Headset ($15 off)
  • $59.99 Motorola Bluetooth Behind-the-Neck earbud headphones ($40 off)
  • $69.99 Nabi HD headphones ($30 off)
  • $19.99 Belkin Trifold Case for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 ($20 off)
  • 50% off all Samsung Galaxy S4 Flip Covers
  • $30 off on Mophie portable power solutions
  • $4.99 Rocketfish Stylus ($12 off)
  • Free shipping on orders of $25 and up
  • $29.99 Google Chromecast ($6 off)
  • $149.99 Pebble smartwatch with $20 Best Buy gift card ($0 off but bundled with gift card)
  • $129.99 Fitbit Force with $20 Best Buy gift card ($0 off but bundled with gift card)
  • $359.99 Dr. Dre Beats Beatbox speaker dock ($40 off original $399.99 price)
  • $149.99 Dr. Dre Beats Pill portable stereo speaker ($50 off)
  • $99.99 Jawbone Jambox wireless Bluetooth speaker ($50 off)
  • $29.99 HMDX Jam Wireless portable speaker ($20 off)
  • $99.99 Western Digital 2TB external HDD with USB 3.0 ($40 off)
  • $39.99 Toshiba 500GB external HDD with USB 3.0 ($60 off)

In case you’re interested in checking out other Best Buy deals taken from its Black Friday 2013 ad, check out the full ad scans in the following gallery:

As you can see, there are plenty of Android and Android-related deals going on at Best Buy.

The Doorbuster deals open on Thursday, November 28 at 6PM (so Black Friday starts on Thanksgiving at Best Buy), but deals will apparently be available only starting with 12:00 AM according to information posted by Best Buy on its website:

  • Shop when stores open at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, November 28.
  • Take an online sneak peek at Midnight Mystery Doorbusters at 10 p.m. Thursday, November 28. Deals are available in store at 12 a.m. (midnight) on Friday.
  • Find even more Doorbusters, available in store at 10 a.m. Friday.

You should also know that Best Buy will host a 5-day “Early Shopper Event” ending on Saturday, November 16 (link here). Various Android products are discounted during this time including the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and other Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note tablets, the Moto X, and the HTC One.

We’ll be back with more Black Friday Android deals for you, so stay close!

  • Ismael Rodriguez

    I have to say…Best Buys deals are a bit lackluster compared to previous years.

    • NeedName

      exactly what I was thinking while looking through the list. . . . not worth my time.

  • Keljon

    Used to work at best buy… most of the deals (although there are exceptions) are the same types they have during the year, just all lumped together. Certain products that seem “too good to be true” are specifically made by companies for black Friday. If you bought those types of items and try to exchange them later on if they break, you are usually SOL.

    • chargers1025

      What about the manufacturer warranty? Do they still honor it? The wife, and I wanted to grab the Galaxy s4. I just don’t see a major company going out of their way, just to make crappy product, just for Black Friday. It would cost them more, if anything else. Not to mention the negative publicity they would get from making somthing crappy. Just don’t see a company doing that to themselves.

  • Dave Hasman

    Oh man! I’m deffinitly camping out for the Chromecast