Best Buy 3-Day Sale Launches With Early Access Discounts on Latest MacBook Air and 4K TV Sets

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Best Buy today launched an early access sale for members of the My Best Buy program, marking the first day of a new 3-Day sale that's gearing up this week. Only one Apple product has an early access discount -- the mid-2017 refresh of the MacBook Air -- but there are a few other deals on 4K television sets and Bluetooth headphones. As the week progresses and Best Buy opens up the sale to more users and adds new products, we'll be sure to share any notable discounts.

For now, take a look at a few of the early access sales below:

For these early access deals, remember that you'll need to be logged in to your My Best Buy account in order to see the sale prices.

There are also a few discounts on items outside of the 3-Day Sale, ranging from the latest iMacs, to multiple Philips Hue lamps, and even DJI's new miniature Spark drone. Check them out below:

It's worth noting that previous sales on Apple Watch Series 2 and iPad mini 4 remain ongoing at Best Buy, so if you're interested in those products you still have a chance to purchase them at a discount. There are many more items on sale on Best Buy's Hot Deals page, including Epson all-in-one printers and select Insignia cables and chargers, so be sure to browse all of the discounts here.

For more of the latest deals on Apple products, accessories, and more, head over to our Deals Roundup.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Best Buy

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37 months ago

Those Sony 1000X headphones are $349, not $249.

Make sure you are logged in… Shows as 249 to me.

I was tempted at that price but I don't like the reviews of how poorly they are aging for people after less than a year.
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37 months ago

Yep, $250 if you're logged into My Best Buy. I was even thinking of picking them up for my PS4... but I'd still probably just go for the $100 Gold headset.

buy it for me.
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37 months ago

Many people do not have UHD drives (which can play 3D anyway) or 4KTVs. Blu Ray did not stop DVDs being released, and there's still many 3D movies being made, with less people going to the cinema.

Almost all the UHD releases I look at are useless, as the Blu Ray 3D is the one to buy.

You're stating your opinion over actual facts... there are less and less 3D releases and they will be gone by end of 2018 because they won't bother making discs for TVs that aren't sold anymore... and I said UHD is the new "MARKETING HOTNESS"; as in all the companies are moving over to UHD as the new "upgrade" whether or not your find them "useless" or not... sorry to ruin your day about it. I also have a 3D TV.
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37 months ago

Those Sony 1000X headphones are $349, not $249.

Make sure you are logged in… Shows as 249 to me.

I was tempted at that price but I don't like the reviews of how poorly they are aging for people after less than a year.

Yep, $250 if you're logged into My Best Buy. I was even thinking of picking them up for my PS4... but I'd still probably just go for the $100 Gold headset.
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37 months ago
The last gen macbook is $500 off, if any left at bestbuy. The markup is crazy.
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37 months ago
They have only three 3D 4KTVs and they are expensive. It does not mean amazon.com would have better prices.
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