Best Buy Opens 2014 with Best Deals on Gadgets

Best Buy Opens 2014 with Best Deals on GadgetsBest Buy is offering the best deals on gadgets to open 2014 with a bang. The retailer now sells smartphones, tablets, and personal computers at hefty discounts. Its customers should hurry because the offers would last only until Saturday, January 4.

One of the most interesting and attractive deals offered by the company is the off-contract Moto G, which is now available for just $99.99. The unit is a Verizon version but customers should take note that the handset does not come with the typical two-year subscription contract. It is sold in stores and through online shops.

A representative from Best Buy said Moto G is now heavily on demand in its stores. The units are put on sale as soon as the stocks arrive on shops. Before this deal, Moto G was already wearing an attractively affordable price tag of $179 for the 8GB version and $199 for the 16GB version, without any contract.

Moto G was launched by Google Inc-owned Motorola last November. It was originally targeted on consumers who prefer affordable smartphones without the need to endure the lock-in period common to two-year contracts.

Other offers

Customers who are eyeing other smartphones could also head to Best Buy for the best deals until weekend. The 16GB version of iPhone 5C is now available for free, but with a two-year subscription contract on any carrier. iPhone 5S now costs just $75 (16GB version) during the same period online and across Best Buy stores. The smartphone is usually sold for $124.99 with contract.

Are you looking for best trade-in deals? Best Buy has something to offer as well. You can take home a Samsung Galaxy S4 for just $1 in exchange for a functional smartphone that you could trade in. The unit is on Sprint.

Still more offers

Best Buy also offers up to 30% discount on tablets like Google Nexus 7, Amazon Kindle Fire, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. The retailer is also offering the first-generation 128GB Surface Pro for just $599.99. That translates to a hefty $300 markdown from its original price tag.

Customers could also obtain a $100 discount on the non-Retina MacBook Pro (13 inches). The company also offers 47-inch LG TV set for just $449. The 55-inch version of the set is up for grabs for $599. The 32-inch Insignia would be sold for just $149.

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