Best Buy Kicks Off Holiday Season With Free, Next-Day Delivery on Thousands of Items

As the holidays loom, a 99% of Best Buy customers can get free next-day delivery on thousands of items, according to the retailer.

The offer excludes some bigger and heavier things such as big-screen TVs and refrigerators.

Customers who ordered something, or live somewhere, where free next-day delivery isn’t available will still get free standard shipping on everything all season long, with no membership or minimum purchase required, according to the retailer.

With the service “Store Pickup,” customers can get their order ready within an hour at their local Best Buy. Best Buy reports 40% of online sales are picked up in stores.

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Other offers include:

  • same-day delivery, which is available in 42 U.S. metro cities for orders completed on BestBuy.com before 3 p.m. local time (2 p.m. local time on Sundays);
  • “Curbside,” which lets customers pick up their tech without getting out of the car and is currently available in select markets across the country;
  • My Best Buy membership, allowing those who join access to sales, including being the first to access to Black Friday deals and, new this year, special access to save on Apple products;
  • and “Total Tech Support” membership, offering those who join unlimited support for all the tech and appliances, no matter where or when they bought them, as well as exclusive prices and discounts on services such as TV mounting, computer virus removal, appliance installation, Geek Squad Protection and AppleCare Products with internet security software also included at no extra charge for coverage on up to 10 devices (Starting Oct. 27, current Total Tech Support members can save $50 when they but it as a gift.).

 

The Best Buy Gift Center also offers ideas on thousands of the tech gifts.

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