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Best Buy Presidents Day Sale 2022 – Save on TVs, Laptop & Appliances

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Best Buy Presidents Day Sale 2022 – Save on TVs, Laptop & Appliances

A plethora of appliances, TVs, computers, vacuums, headphones, and other household devices are now on sale at record low rates at Best Buy during its Presidents’ Day sale. As a result, we’ve compiled a list of the best offers for your convenience.

Best Buy’s appliance sale, which offers up to $600 off large appliances, is the star of the show. Everything from washing machines to oven-and-range combinations to refrigerator-and-dishwasher combinations is included in this list. You can also get an additional 10% off any Samsung appliance sets if you’re remodelling your kitchen.

This Acer Chromebook has been slashed to just $109 (was $249), while the best-selling iRobot Roomba vacuum has been cut down $200.

The Best Buy Presidents’ Day sale ends at midnight on Monday, so we’ve put together a list of the best offers currently available. Check out our main Presidents’ Day sales page for even more savings, as well as the greatest offers from Home Depot, Walmart, and Amazon.

Best Buy Presidents Day Sale 2022

The Presidents Day sale at Best Buy also includes great discounts on laptops, tablets, displays, video games, and more. Best Buy is offering early Presidents’ Day deals to frugal customers, as are many other retailers.

If you want to get a head start on Presidents’ Day offers, don’t wait until February 21. Select Intel laptops and Chromebooks are currently on sale at Best Buy for up to $400 off.

Gaming laptops like the $1,249 Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 are also available. The lowest price we’ve yet seen for this computer is $300 off its $1,549 list price.

 

  • Samsung 65-inch 4K Smart TV: $599 $549.99 at Best Buy
    Acer Chromebook 311: $249 $109 at Best Buy
    Bella Pro Series Analog Air Fryer: $59.99 $34.99 at Best Buy
    Insignia 65-inch 4K UHD Smart Fire TV: $569.99 $489.99 at Best Buy
    Dell Inspiron 5410 2-in-1 14-inch Touch-Screen Laptop: $799.99 $549.99 at Best Buy
    iRobot Roomba i6 Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum: $549.99 $349.99 at Best Buy
    TCL 70-inch Class 4 Series LED 4K TV: $829.99 $599.99 at Best Buy
    Beats Studio Buds: $149.95 $119.99 at Best buy
    Dell 24-inch VA LED FHD Curved Gaming Monitor: $249.99 $169.99 at Best Buy
    LG A1 OLED UHD 4K Smart TV (48-inch): $1,199.99 $799.99 at Best Buy

 

When is Presidents’ Day 2022?

When is Presidents' Day 2022

The third Monday in February has long been observed as Presidents’ Day. Monday, February 21st, 2019, is the date set aside for the federal holiday.

When do Best Buy Presidents’ Day 2022 sales start?

As of this writing, Best Buy is already offering early Presidents’ Day 2022 discounts. When you shop the retailer’s big sale area right now, you can get massive discounts on anything from TVs to kitchen appliances. Now is a fantastic opportunity to stock up on must-have items at a significant discount in order to avoid the holiday shopping frenzy.

Come out the newly posted discounts at Best Buy, Nordstrom, and Amazon for even more Presidents’ Day savings, and be sure to check back periodically for even more savings.

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How long do Best Buy Presidents’ Day 2022 sales last?

For now, it’s not obvious how long Best Buy will offer Presidents Day discount deals. However, we believe that the business will extend those discounts through the actual holiday day on February 21. Even though details have not yet been disclosed, the retail behemoth is expected to continue its presidential markdowns through the end of February.

Tuft & Needle, Leesa, Nordstrom, Coach, HP, and The Home Depot all extended their Presidents’ Day sales into late February of 2021. As a result, some retailers, like Serta and Beautyrest, ended their holiday promotions in early March. In order to minimize any concerns with supply or shipping delays, we recommend purchasing early during Walmart’s Presidents Day deal.

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