While we all live in a digital age, imagine a world where the internet no longer existed, but for some reason, the power grid never went down. How would you entertain yourself? Well, prepare yourself for this post-apocalyptic scenario by heading to Best Buy on Black Friday to pick up some physical copies of your favorite movies and television series.
Best Buy may have cut back on the amount of physical copies of movies and TV series it carries in the store, but the retailer still plans on having some huge deals on DVDs, Blu-Rays, and 4K discs, many of which come with digital codes as well. The company’s sale starts on Thursday, November 22 at 5PM, locally, and the doors will close at 1 AM on November 23. Then, at 8 AM, Best Buy will reopen, but you may want to check with your local retailer for the hours, as they may vary.
Many of the Black Friday deals listed in the circular are available in-store, right now, until Sunday. If you’re a member of My Best Buy, you’ll have early access to these deals once Black Friday week arrives. On Sunday, November 18, Elite Plus and Elite members of the service get access to the sales, and on Monday, November 19 and Tuesday, November 20, all My Best Buy members will be able to get the Black Friday discounts. You can sign up at Best Buy to prepare yourself for the holiday.
There is a large selection of physical movies and TV shows on sale for the event, and there are a few you may want to keep your eye on. HBO’s World War II limited series Band of Brothers is available on Blu-ray for $10 or you can pick up Episodes I-VI of Star Wars on Blu-ray for $20. If you recently got a 4K player, there are plenty of movies to help fill out your collection for low prices. Terminator 2, John Wick, and the original Halloween will all be priced at $8 apiece.
Check out the full list of movies and TV series that will be on sale at Best Buy during the Black Friday event. If there are changes in the upcoming weeks, they will be added below. Additionally, you can see all of Best Buy’s TV and tech Black Friday deals from its circular.