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

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Regardless of what you're shopping for, Best Buy has probably slashed its price.
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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.
Best Gaming & Tech Deals This Week
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