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Best Buy One-Day Sale – Home Theater Items, HDTVs Take Center Stage as Part of Today’s Deals

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Best Buy One-Day Sale - Home Theater Items, HDTVs Take Center Stage as Part of Today's DealsThe next few months should be a great time to be a sports fan, or a television viewer in general. The NFL season is heating up, and as we are seeing, more and more rookies and career journeymen are stepping up and doing a great job as surprise starting quarterbacks. Major League Baseball will be having its World Series beginning next week, and about a week after that, we’ll be watching “prodigal son” LeBron James return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love will be forming a “Big Three” of their own as favorites to win a championship in the 2014-15 NBA season. TV viewers, of course, may be getting hooked on the fifth season of The Walking Dead, and you also can’t deny that there are a lot of people who would rather watch movies, new and old alike, from the comfort of their homes.

As exciting as all those things are, you can make it all affordable as well, though as of this writing you only have a few more hours to take advantage of Best Buy’s one-day home theater specials. The retailer has a wide range of HDTVs, media players, and other items selling for less, and we’ve recapped some of the best available offers for your convenience.


You can’t have a series of home theater specials without a few HDTV options, and with that, we’d like to start out with the Panasonic 55-inch LED 1080p 120 Hz smart HDTV, which is currently available for $679.99. That’s a considerable $320 less than Best Buy’s list price of $999.99, and one of the bigger discounts on this one-day sale. Alternately, you can go for Vizio’s M-Series 49-inch LED 1080p 240 Hz smart HDTV, which costs less if purchased at full retail ($699.99) or on discount ($579.99) – still, $120 off isn’t as big as the $320 discount on the Panasonic HDTV above.

And for a third interesting option among HDTVs, and one of the cheaper ones available, the Hisense 40-inch LED 1080p 60 Hz HDTV doesn’t have smart features and its specs are on the lower end. Still, you’ll be paying only $229.99 for this item, or $70 less than the original retail price of $299.99.

Once you’ve decided on an HDTV, you can move on next to any one of the Blu-ray players included in Best Buy’s one-day blowout. The Philips Blu-ray player with smart features and Wi-Fi features baked in now sells for $64.99, which is $15 off the regular price of $79. Or you can also save $15 on the Philips Smart 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray player, which is a bit on the higher end, and costs $74.99 instead of the original price of $89.99. And while we’re still talking about media players and related items, the Sony Internet Player with Google TV costs $99, or exactly one-half of the original selling price, which used to be $199.99.

Want more products on the cheap for your home entertainment system? The Panasonic 1000-watt, 5.1-channel Blu-ray home theater system comes with 3D and smart features, and is priced at $299.99, a $50 discount off regular pricing of $349.99. The Sling Media Slingbox 350, on the other hand, allows you to watch your favorite TV programs regardless of where you’re located, and costs $115.99, down $64 from list pricing of $179.99. The similar Sling TV, also from Sling Media, is a bit more expensive, but it’s also selling for a good deal less than full retail, with a sale price of $249.99 and a regular price of $299.99 – a $50 discount.


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