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New season, new appliances? If you’re looking for a refresh on some of your home’s biggest work horses (looking at you washer and dryer), then it’s worth taking a look at the Best Buy Labor Day sale. Running through Sept. 13, the retailer promises up to 40% off the heavy duty stuff. Think everything from fridges to ranges. But don’t forget about the little guys. There are sales on small appliances as well during this event.
We’ll fill you in on on your deals to shop below. Plus, we have insight into the Best Buy return policy, should you ultimately end up needing it. And if you’re looking to join the retailer’s My Best Buy program, we can fill you in on the various tiers involved and what they get you.
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Best Buy Labor Day Sale 2023 Deals to Shop Now
Get up to a free $200 Best Buy e-Gift Card with the purchase of select refrigerators through Sept. 13.
Depending on the fridge you’re looking to buy, it may come with a nice perk: up to a $200 Best Buy e-Gift Card. The fine print says the minimum e-gift card amount is $50. Of course, this all depends on which of the select refrigerators you purchase at Best Buy. For example, the Samsung Mega Capacity 3-Door French Door Refrigerator with Family Hub, currently priced at $2, 999 (reg. $3,599.99) will land you a free $100 Best Buy e-Gift Card.
Miss the Best Buy Labor Day Sale? Don’t be shy about asking for discounts on floor model appliances.
Whether you’re a natural-born haggler or new to the game, there is no shame in asking about a discount on floor models. Particularly if these have small dings and dents. At some point retailers have to unload these items. We recommend negotiating at a big percentage, like 25% off. However, if a manager or sales associate doesn’t go for that, hopefully you can meet somewhere in the middle. Even 10% is a win.