Black Friday Deals

2017 Best Buy Early Black Friday Sale Is Live – For Elite Members

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Written by Charlie

The 2017 Best Buy Early Black Friday access is now live – for Best Buy elite members. Check out some of the great Black Friday deals you can buy now!

This is it – Black Friday week! Best Buy had released many deals a couple of weeks ago in a preview but now they have their early Black Friday access live for their elite members. This only lasts today so now is the time to lock in any good deals you want!

The 2017 Best Buy Early Black Friday Access Live – For Elite Members

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Link: Best Buy Early Black Friday Access Sale

Best Buy has two elite levels – Elite and Elite Plus. A customer reaches the tiers by spending a certain amount in a calendar year, $1,500 for Elite and $3,500 for Elite Plus. Since they introduced the new program (and for years before that), I have had Elite Plus (of the highest before) access. I love it for a variety of reasons but one is the ability to get early Black Friday access. In fact, each year, I am able to grab everything I would look for on Black Friday the Monday before. Not bad!

These deals end at 5PM ET today!

How to Get the Best Buy Early Black Friday Prices?

First, if you are an elite member (it is open to Elite as well as Elite Plus members), you need to be signed it to your Best Buy account. Once you are, you can visit the link above and start shopping. The items that are on sale will have their regular or sale prices crossed out and will reveal your Black Friday prices.

This has already started and is only good through the end of today (or while pre-sale deals last) so it is good to check earlier rather than later!


There are many tablets on sale this week. They have some awesome deals on the iPad Mini 4 with 128GB for under $300 as well as their cheapest iPad, the new iPad 9.7″ for $249. You can also have access to the Amazon tablets as well as a pretty nice deal on a Microsoft Surface tablet.


If you are a Mac fan, there are several of those on sale. If you would rather a very cheap laptop, they have one on sale for $99. Also, you can get higher grade Windows computers as well.


To be honest, I used to be more clued in on the prices of televisions and what they were going for. It has been a while since I have checked so make sure you read the reviews. Still, there seem to be some pretty decent deals.


This is a category I love to watch (no pun intended!) and there are several decent deals here.

I had the Garmin Fenix 3 and love it. The Garmin Fenix 3 HR has an optical hear rate monitor built-in to the back of the watch (like the Apple Watch). It is a quality watch. My kids have the FitBit Alta HR devices and also really love those. There is really a little bit for everyone here!

Other Deals

If you are a drone fan, check out the DJI Spark. It is on sale for only $399 (but you must use your smartphone to control it as it does not come with the controller). If you need some new sport earbuds, check out the Bose SoundSport In-Ear earbuds for only $49. Finally, if you are searching for video game consoles and deals, check out this page.


This is the time of sales and it is good to see many starting now. Do not forget to go through a shopping portal though most of them only will give you 1 mile/point or even .5 mile or point for your shopping at Best Buy. If you are not yet a Best Buy reward member, make sure you sign-up as you will earn rewards when you shop for future redemption.

Also, check out the other categories as there are a lot of decent deals available – and only for Best Buy elite members today!

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About the author


Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

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