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Old 09-17-19, 04:16 AM
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Best Buy - September 17th - 19th, 2019

(operating that their new 'weekly' sale is only three days long)

X-Men: Dark Phoenix
* Exclusive steelbook; 4k BD/BD/DC combo $34.99

Aladdin (live action) (available now)
* Exclusive steelbook; 4k BD/BD/DC combo $34.99

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X-Men: Dark Phoenix $19.99

Jojo Siwa Sweet Celebrations $9.99

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Wizards Of Waverly Palace: The Movie $4.99
Minnie: Helping Hearts $6.99
Mickey And The Roadster Racers: Start Your Engines $6.99
Descendants $6.99
Descendants 2 $6.99
Descendant 3 $14.99

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Modern Family: The Complete Ninth Season $14.99
Ken Burns: Country Music $68.99

Yeah. Still doing a half a$$ job at this new business. I hope it fails - goes back to the weekly ad.
Old 09-17-19, 07:48 AM
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Re: Best Buy - September 17th - 19th, 2019

Otherwise known as twice weekly sales.

I am somewhat baffled by the reaction to lack of "ads' and the two sale per week format esp since many of the Part 1 sales so far seem to overlap into the weekend sale. Actually a M-Th and Fr-S-Su (or M-Su) sale makes
more sense than the Sun-Sat where things got split up anyway,

Other than for Price Matching (and I'm not even sure it matters for that) what difference does it make whether it called Current Deals page or an ad?
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Re: Best Buy - September 17th - 19th, 2019

It makes planning the week far more difficult for consumers if you regularly purchase media at retail.

What I really think it's about is Best Buy corporate didn't want to spend the money anymore on print ads.

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