Spring is (almost) in the air and Best Buy is celebrating the vernal equinox with an epic three-day weekend sale. Weekend sales are very common at Best Buy, but this weekend’s sale deserves extra attention because many devices are at – or near – all-time lows.
Plus, the next major retail holiday won’t end until Memorial Day, which is still weeks away. So if you need a new TV, coffee maker, or headphones, Best Buy’s three-day sale is an excellent opportunity to make the purchase.
I’ve covered deals in Tom’s Guide for over a decade. Here are the deals that I think are the best right now. That includes the Apple Watch 8 at its lowest price ever and the LG A2 48-inch 4K OLED TV for just $599, which is just $30 less than its all-time low price. For more ways to save, see our guide to this week’s Best Buy coupon codes and Best Buy deals.
Best 3 Day Sale Offers – Quick Links
- apple: MacBooks from $799, Apple Watch 8 for $329 (Opens in a new tab)
- headphones: Bose, Apple, and Sony starting at $99 (Opens in a new tab)
- kitchen tools: Air Fryers, Mixers, Starting at $19 (Opens in a new tab)
- laptops: Up to $500 off the latest laptops (Opens in a new tab)
- computer games: Save on gaming monitors, laptops and accessories (Opens in a new tab)
- Phones: Up to $1,000 off Galaxy S23 and iPhone 14 with activation (Opens in a new tab)
- Smart TVs: Deals starting at $79 (Opens in a new tab)
- smart watches: Save on Apple Watch, Fitbit, Garmin (Opens in a new tab)
- Tablets: Android Tablets, and up to $300 off iPads (Opens in a new tab)
- Kids Games: Up to 50% off Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price (Opens in a new tab)
- Blanks: Deals starting at $179 (Opens in a new tab)
- video games: Xbox Series X and PS5 games for as low as $19 (Opens in a new tab)
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