Best Buy's "Bigger Deal Savings Event" emerges to compete with Amazon's Prime Day sales event. The big event from the former would be pushed through June 22, the exact closing date of the latter.

While people have been busy criticizing the Andy Jassy-led company about its offers, what Best Buy displays are much bigger and more user-friendly deals from electronics to smart home appliances and devices.

Why 'Bigger Deal Savings Event' is Better than Prime Day Deals?

Best Buy Launches 'Bigger Deal' Savings Event to Compete With Amazon Prime Day Deals--Check These Products on Sale
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Best Buy 'Bigger Deal' Savings Event is now underway.

From the official website of Best Buy, the ongoing "Bigger Deal Savings Event" is faring farther than its Amazon event counterpart. In the Prime Day Sales event, users should first need to be a subscriber to purchase the highly-sought deals in the market. In Best Buy, you are not required to buy a paid subscription to obtain your favorite items on stock.

Moreover, Amazon Prime would ask you to pay a yearly fee of $129 to join the big sales, but Best Buy does not allow you to release any payment before diving into the best deals in town.

Another reason why Best Buy edges Amazon in its sales event is the in-store transaction. There, you could go directly to its physical store and check first the items that you want to buy. In this way, you can guarantee that the shipped item is in perfect condition before being delivered to your doorstep.

What's better is its faster shipping schedule that would only take a few moments to happen. Amazon, on the other hand, is the opposite of a quick shipping system.

On the bright side, Amazon Prime Day Deals exhibits a wider variety of products that you could choose from compared to Best Buy's Bigger Deal Savings Event.

The event would continue until next week, but since there are only a few items that you could select, now is the best chance to grab the sure-fire deals from the store. Make sure to visit the site regularly and look for the "Deal of the Day" which you might stumble into.

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Best Buy 'Bigger Deals Savings Event:' Don't Sleep On These Products

According to an article written by Rolling Stone on Tuesday, June 15, here are the ten items which you can check during the week-long sale from Best Buy.

GoPro HERO9 Black ($379.99)

This action camera could take shots underwater. It also supports 5K streaming.

Samsung Odyssey Gaming Monitor ($279.99)

Your gaming experience would be twice smoother through this monitor. It includes the G-sync tech of NVIDIA which would bar you from experiencing game bugs.

Lenovo Legion 5 ($899.99)

This laptop would do the job of impressing you with its features that are out of this world. This computer could handle VR gaming as well.

Vizio 55-Inch OLED 4K TV ($1199.99)

A perfect home theater TV that features its cutting-edge screen tech.

Anova Precision Cooker Nano ($99.99)

You can now monitor your cooking through your Android or iOS app through this cooking tool

KitchenAid Pro 5 ($419.99)

This high-tech mixer comes with a variety of baking accessories like a beater, whisk, and other attachments.

iRobot Roomba i3+ ($449.99)

This robot is your go-to friend in cleaning. It hastens your household chores through its automatic dirt disposal which easily empties your dust bin.

13-Inch MacBook Pro ($1199.99)

Up to this moment, this Apple laptop is the best pick for those people who love faster processing. You could use it for 20 hours on one charge.

AirPods Pro ($199.99)

Still, Apple's earplugs remain the best pick on top of Bowers & Wilkins and Sony.

LG 2.1-Channel 300W Soundbar System ($179.99)

For those who love surround music, this soundbar from LG could provide you a stellar sound for your home theater.

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