Major retailer Best Buy has just announced its offering for Black Friday. The savings start with weekly deals online and in-store, which will be soon followed by special events for My Best Buy members and online-only deals on the retailer's website.However, customers who wish to take advantage of the retailer's deals on Black Friday will be able to choose from three available waves of savings: doorbuster deals that begin at 6pm on Thanksgiving, mystery doorbusters that will be available at midnight, and more doorbusters starting at 10am Black Friday morning.
It is also worth mentioning that Best Buy confirmed it would begin Cyber Week deals immediately following Black Friday, so make sure you save some money for that as well.
The main attraction of this year's Black Friday deals at Best Buy is Samsung's Galaxy S4. The smartphone will be available for free with a new 2-year activation at one of the following carriers: Verizon Wireless, Sprint and AT&T.
Samsung Galaxy S III will be available for only $300 (€225) off-contract from Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile. HTC One will be up for grabs for only $30 (€22) with 2-year activation from Sprint, AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Sprint.
Apple iPhone 4s 8GB will be available for free on 2-year activation at AT&T, while the iPhone 5c 16GB will cost $48 (€35) with the same 2-year activation at Sprint. Best Buy will also offer the LG G2 for just $50 (€37) on 2-year agreements at Sprint, Verizon Wireless and AT&T.
Aside from these high-end smartphones, Best Buy will also sell the following entry- and mid-range devices: Alcatel Sparq II for T-Mobile Prepaid at only $25 (€18), LG Optimus F3 from Virgin Mobile for only $90 (€67), HTC One SV 4G from Boost Mobile for $180 (€135) and ZTE Avail II 3G from AT&T for $35 (€26).
You can find more details on Black Friday deals via Best Buy catalog.