Best Buy has opened up its new "Black Friday in July" sale with early access for its My Best Buy members, ending later tonight at 11:59 p.m. CT. Afterwards, the deals will expand to all customers shopping on the retailer's website.

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Savings in the sale include $150 off MacBook Air, $125 off iPad Pro, up to $75 off Apple Watch Series 3, $55 off BeatsX, $10 off the fourth generation 32GB Apple TV, and more. We've listed some of these sales below, but be sure to head to Best Buy's landing page for the Black Friday in July sale for more information.

Other than Apple products, Best Buy has a large selection of items discounted in its new sale, including up to $20 off select video games, up to $100 off select laptops from HP and Dell, and savings on a variety of 4K UHD televisions, beginning as low as $299.99 for brands like Hisense and TCL.

A few audio accessories marked down include the UE BLAST Speaker for $89.99, down from $179.99, and the Sony XB950N1 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones for $124.99, down from $199.99. My Best Buy members can also get Insignia's portable Bluetooth speaker for just $9.99, down from $19.99 during early access today.

For other sales and discounts happening this week, head over to our full Deals Roundup.

Update 7/27: Best Buy's Black Friday in July sale is live today for all shoppers, and the retailer is now offering 15 percent discounts on $25, $30 $50, and $100 App Store and iTunes gift cards. Options include both physical and e-mail delivery gift cards, so head over to Best Buy to load up on iTunes credit before the sale ends.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

earthTOmitchel Avatar
73 months ago
That Nanoleaf - Aurora Rhythm Smarter Kit ('https://www.bestbuy.com/site/nanoleaf-aurora-rhythm-smarter-kit/6039500.p?skuId=6039500') is so tempting. A quick Google shopping search says that it is a good price. Someone talk me in or out of it please.
I'll chime in: Nanoleaf is my favorite HomeKit accessory, I have it as an accent light bordering my iMac. I automate it for still light during the day when I work and then change it up with moving scenes in the late afternoon/night time. The app could be better, but it's functional. Overall, it's a fun addition to a HomeKit setup if you have the wall space for it!
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Luke10702 Avatar
73 months ago
Hmm to buy an Apple watch with the $50 off or to wait till series 4 come out... That is the question????
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Giantscruz Avatar
73 months ago
I'll chime in: Nanoleaf is my favorite HomeKit accessory, I have it as an accent light bordering my iMac. I automate it for still light during the day when I work and then change it up with moving scenes in the late afternoon/night time. The app could be better, but it's functional. Overall, it's a fun addition to a HomeKit setup if you have the wall space for it!
Well if it comes recommended by a Gunslinger, it must be good enough for me. I think you (and my fascination with light up stuff) have sold me on it. I'll prob wait until the 15 pack goes on sale though or maybe wait until these touch sensitive ones are out. Have you seen them? Anyway, thank you for your reply.

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mgipe Avatar
73 months ago
Why do they never discount the cellular iPads?
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