Best Buy’s Black Friday 2014 features $1 Galaxy S5, $39 Android tablets and more


Check out the top Black Friday 2014 Deals and Cyber Monday 2014 Deals!


Best Buy is sure to be one of the first places folks check out during Black Friday for electronics needs. Those in the Android camp will have a multitude of great deals to choose from, with the biggest highlights being featured in the big doorbusters category: a $1 Samsung Galaxy S5 (AT&T, Verizon or Sprint with a two-year contract) or a $39.99 7-inch Android tablet that features a quad-core processor. There’s much more than that to be had so let’s dive right in:

Android Tablets

  • DigiLand 7-inch 8GB quad-core Android tablet for $39.99, bundle with case and screen cleaner/protector for $54.99
  • DigiLand 10-inch 16GB quad-core Android tablet for $69.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 16GB for $399.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 32GB for $449.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 8GB for $149.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 16GB for $199.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids’ Edition 7-inch 8GB for $129.99
  • Amazon Fire HD 6-inch 8GB for $79.99
  • ASUS MeMO Pad 7 with case and 8GB microSD card for $99.99
  • ASUS Transformer Pad TF0310 10.1-inch 16GB for $179.99

Android Phones

  • Samsung Galaxy S5 on AT&T, Sprint or Verizon for $1 w/ two-year contract
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 $0 down for well-qualified buyers with $50 Best Buy gift card
  • LG G3 on Verizon, Sprint or AT&T for $1 w/ two-year contract
  • LG Realm Android phone on Boost Mobile for $19.99 w/ no contract
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 4G on Sprint Prepaid for $79.99 w/ no contract
  • HTC Desire 510 4G on Virgin Mobile for $29.99 w/ no contract
  • Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 on T-Mobile Prepaid for $24.99 w/ no contract
  • LG Ultimate 2 on Net10 Wireless for $29.99 w/ no contract
  • Unlocked Sony Xperia T2 Ultra 4G for $199.99

Android Accessories

  • Samsung Galaxy S5 S-View Flip cases for $24.99
  • Samsung Level On headphones for $99.99
  • Samsung 64GB microSD Class 10 for $24.99
  • Chromecast for $23.99
  • Mophie JuicePack Powerstation Duo battery pack for $59.99
  • PNY portable battery sticks for $7.99
  • Dynex portable battery sticks for $9.99
  • RocketFish capacitive stylus for $3.99

Android Wearables

  • Pebble SmartWatch for $79.99
  • Pebble Steel SmartWatch for $149.99
  • Samsung Gear Fit for $99.99
  • Fitbit Activity + Sleep tracker for $99.99
  • Fitbit Flex Activity + Sleep tracker for $79.99
  • Jawbone Up24 fitness band for $79.99


  • Nest Learning Thermostat for $199.99
  • Dropcam wireless monitoring camera for $99.99
  • $100 off any laptop or tablet w/ purchase of Verizon Hotspot for $1

Of course, there’s a lot more to be had from the big box retailer (including a 50-inch Panasonic HDTV for a mere $200) so be sure to check out their full ad right here. Best Buy’s Black Friday event runs from November 27th through November 29th, and don’t forget that premium Best Buy Rewards members enjoy early access through the end of today. Head on over there to see if you can’t find something you like.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. Digiland Tablets. When only the best and most robust tablets will do.

    1. Umm, no. That would be Coby (for the spec whores).

  2. buy a digiland tablet for $40 and then turn around and trade it in for $100 towards a nexus 9?

    1. The thought did occur to me, but I’m addicted to the Shield Tab.

      1. you get your lollipop update soon right?

        1. Already did. AT&T is holding up the US LTE model’s update but it dropped and we got it anyway despite AT&T. I love how much the handwriting and stylus add to functionality when doing work with it, and the play potential too

    2. Seems like a lot of trouble to go through Black Friday and fight your way to buy the tablet to just save $60.

  3. Most of those have been going all week, including the $1 S5.
    Also the tab 4 10.1 is only $250

  4. What does $0 down mean for the Note 4? Is it free or not? Does that mean we have to pay for the full price of the Note 4 later on?

    1. It’s probably free with a new contract or something similar.

      1. That seems too good to be true. wasn’t it released in october of 2014, just a month ago? The contract price then was $299. Are you sure it’s free? That seems like a pretty good deal :-)

    2. Note 4 was ‘free’ with the At&t next program only, other wise it’s still $299. I was so disappointed. For verizon it was $199.

  5. $50 off a Nest isn’t enough for me to get on board.

  6. Can get that Samsung micro SD 64gb from amazon right now same price free shipping.

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