19 Deals at Best Buy’s ‘Black Friday in July’ Prime Day Rival Sale (2022)

Amazon can get All the headlines with its Prime Day Sale this week, but it’s not the only retailer taking part in the Summer Sale promotion. We’ve found some of Best Buy’s best deals on TVs, headphones, smartphones, home appliances and more.

The WIRED Gear team tests products all year round. We sorted hundreds of thousands of deals by hand to make this selection. Crossed out products are sold out or no longer discounted. Our Amazon Prime Day coverage page has the latest stories and our Prime Day shopping tips will help you avoid bad deals. You can get one too 1-year subscription to WIRED for $5 here.

Updated July 13: We’ve added more offers and updated prices.

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Before we get to the other offers, you should know this. You can get a $15 Best Buy gift card when you shop from a small selection of other $100 gift cards, including Netflix, Instacart, and Doordash. You don’t get the Best Buy card until you get the other card, but some on the list support digital delivery, so you can order one, get the Best Buy card, and then use it on some of those other offers.

Home Theater Deals

Roku Streaming Stick 4K

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This Roku streaming stick has always been one of our favorites, and now it’s cheaper than usual. It comes with the Roku Voice Remote so you can find your shows without having to use the tedious onscreen keyboard, and the latest version (released in 2021) supports Dolby Vision HDR.

We called the LG C1 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) a groundbreaking TV, thanks to its best-in-class contrast, 120Hz refresh rate at 4K and minimal input lag, making it great for both cinema and gaming. We usually see this set on Amazon for around $900, but today it’s at an all-time low.

Sony makes some of the best looking OLED TVs out there and this display is great. At 48 inches, it is not one of the largest, but it is still well suited for medium-sized living spaces. Its main stand makes it relatively easy to place; it supports both HDR 10 and Dolby Vision HDR types; and it has a 120Hz refresh rate, which is handy for gamers.

Yamaha YAS-209

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We love this soundbar because it can double as a smart speaker. It comes with Alexa, meaning you can ask the voice assistant to play music or do anything you’d normally expect an Amazon Echo to do. It sounds great too, with a subwoofer delivering punchy bass.

We’re big fans of TCL’s 5 and 6 series TVs here. While the 4 Series used to be a little too underpowered to deserve our recommendations, newer models have started to carry the specs we liked from previous generations. This 43-inch model is a great budget model or if you need a smaller TV for a guest room, for example.

Deals for home and kitchen

KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus

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The KitchenAid Pro 5 Stand Mixer needs no introduction. Still, this is one of the most versatile tools you can have in your kitchen. The price is usually pretty sticky. So when we see it falling that much, we pay attention.

The Nest Doorbell was almost our top pick for video doorbells, but it fell to second place because of its price. But with this deal, that’s no longer an issue. This model features an easy-to-use mount and can last up to a month on a single charge.

This newer Nest Thermostat isn’t as smart as the older Nest Learning Thermostat. But it’s easier to install, you can create schedules and change the temperature through the app. It also uses your phone’s location to see if you’ve left home and adjusts the temperature accordingly to save energy.

Dyson V11

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The Dyson V11 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) exists in an odd place. WIRED reviewer Adrienne called it a “dream sucker,” but it was shelved in favor of newer options like the V15. That makes it a bit rare to find this vacuum on sale, and usually the V11 and V15 are close enough in price that you might as well pay a little more to get the V15. But at this discount, the older model might be worth it.

This remains one of our favorite security cameras. You can use it indoors or out, and this bundle includes three cameras in total, along with four rechargeable batteries, a charging dock, anti-theft mounts, and a yard sign. The cameras themselves can capture up to 2K resolution with HDR, and you don’t to need To subscribe to an Arlo Secure plan ($3 per month for one camera), the subscription adds other helpful features.

Smartphone and wearable deals

Google Pixel 6 Pro

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Google’s latest high-end flagship, the Pixel 6 Pro (9/10, WIRED Recommends) has one of the best cameras in a phone we’ve seen – including the impressive and welcome Real Tone feature, the better takes pictures of people with darker skin. It has been my daily companion since it came out and now it’s even more worthwhile than usual.

Samsung’s S22 line of phones (9/10, WIRED Recommends) are among the best Android phones you can buy, and this is the lowest price we’ve seen for the base model. It packs a triple camera system (although it lacks the 10x zoom of the Galaxy S22 Ultra), a gorgeous 6.1-inch AMOLED screen, and Samsung has promised a whopping (for Android phones, anyway). four years of Android upgrades and five years of security updates.

For slightly more than the S22, the S22+ (9/10, WIRED Recommends) packs a slightly larger 4,500mAh battery (compared to the S22’s 3,700mAh), supports faster charging, and has a larger 6.6-inch screen . If you like the S22 but want a beefier phone, this is still relatively inexpensive.

The original Garmin Instinct has been outperformed by some newer models, but at a discount it’s still a solid buy if you’re looking for a GPS-enabled smartwatch that comes with a range of sensors, mapping capabilities, and a durable body.

Deals on headphones and cameras

Beat’s Studio3

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The Studio3 Wireless headphones from (Apple’s own) Beats (8/10, WIRED Recommends) have been an iconic headset for a number of years, and with good reason. They have excellent noise cancellation, a solid wireless range, and at least 20 hours of battery life per charge.

We didn’t review Sony’s WH-XB910N, but its pricier cousin, the WH-1000XM4 (9/10, WIRED Recommends), earned our pick for best wireless headphones. If you’d rather save some cash and still get some of the benefits of Sony’s headset design, then these might be for you.

The Alpha a7 IV (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is our top camera pick for most people. The Alpha a7 III might be a generation behind that choice, but it still packs most of the same punch (as long as you don’t need the improved autofocus system) and is significantly cheaper than the a7 IV.

The Pixel Buds A Series (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are our favorite wireless earbuds for most people, as they offer IPX4 sweat resistance, pretty decent sound, and a comfortable fit. They pair instantly with Android phones but also work well with iPhones. The five hours of listening time is a bit low these days, and the case doesn’t support wireless charging, but that’s still a pretty good price for a great product. 19 Deals at Best Buy’s ‘Black Friday in July’ Prime Day Rival Sale (2022)

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