Nintendo’s latest handheld console isn’t doing that well in the US, so its no wonder that Nintendo have decided to team up with major store Best Buy to boost sales.
Best Buy Mobile seems to be acting super smart so as to lure its customers during the ongoing holiday season. Best Buy Mobile has smartly chosen a list of phones that they will be giving away for $0 everyday during the month of December with the 2 year contract accompanying it for the pre-decided charges. This seems to be the best way to get rid of old stock which isn’t getting sold out.
Black Friday sales start today. Many consumers are expected to show up at different retail stores including Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Sears, JC Penny, KMart, CVS and others on Black Friday 2010. Many stores open from midnight. Walmart offers Disney Comforter Set with Bonus Pillowcase & Sham for $18.88, Belkin Surf Wireless-N Broadband Router for $29.00 and other items as Black Friday deals.
Best Buy is on a roll to tap into the upcoming holiday market. With days coming near Best Buy isn’t leaving any stoned unturned to have every possible products into their retail stores so that customers won’t leave empty handed. If things go as planned then Best Buy will be displaying products like Dell Streak, Samsung Fascinate and the very famous Sony Ericsson X10 by the end of this month itself.
Imagine the three rivals standing next to each other in one single phone stall fighting to grab the attention of customers.
In the retail world you don’t have to be the owner of any gadget to overtake the sale of the same. It wasn’t long back when T-Mobile announced the launch of G2 to be the end of September 2010 it didn’t release any exact launch dates.
We knew that soon we will announce the exact launch dates of the G2 but we never expected Best Buy to get ahead of their supplier this quickly. Best Buy have started taking orders for G2 without any confirmations from T-Mobile.