Before the crappy new "beta" version of the wishlists came out, we had the ability to sort via a multitude of ways: A-Z, Z-A, Price High-Low, Price Low-High, etc. That needs to be brought back to help improve the functionality of the wish lists. STAT!
Best Buy is currently stocking the first-generation Square Stand. The issue with this is that iPad 2-3 (which this particular product is made for due to the 30-pin connection) are hard to comeby in the Best Buy world because they have been officially discontinued from Apple.
Square has addressed this by adding two new models: one for the iPad with Retina (4th-gen) and one for the Air (because of the dimension changes) with both offering Lightning connections. I hope to see Best Buy stock these soon as small business and mobile payments are both markets seeing incredible surges currently.
I was wondering if there was any way to implement a filter to hide the used video games that are not available for shipping. 3,400 games at 50 games per page takes an extremely long time to click through, especially when the majority of the games say they are not available for shipping.
A checkbox under "Narrow Your results" that says "In Stock For shipping" and pulls all the BBY.com in-stock items would be greatly helpful and would most likely boost sales from others who also dread scrolling through all 68 pages of used games.
I know I would like to see this for sure, whether it gets added to the "Preorder and Get $10 in Reward Certificates" promotion, or gets a free $10 gc launch week, etc.
Other games that have been relased multiple times on various platforms (GTA V, Halo) are getting the $10 Reward Certificate treatment once again, so why not for the Ultimate Evil edition, which is coming to some platforms (PS4, Xbox One) for the very first time?
Simply put, I'd like to see a return of the surveys and activities on Best Buy's Facebook page that paid out RZ/MyBB points for doing them.
They were another way that one could earn RZ/MyBB certificates and stay connected to Best Buy and any sales/promotions that you guys had going on.
I'm sure I'm not alone in wanting this to happen. It just seems like some games get the $10 MyBB certificate after those who pre-ordered it purchase it at launch and occasionally movies will have a $X amount of movie cash to go see the movie while it's still in theaters with a pre-order.
But RARELY do I ever see a pre-order bonus like, let's say the small artbook and CD soundtrack that the game Catherine received at Amazon and Gamestop. I actually had that game pre-ordered at Best Buy but when release date came and I saw that you guys didn't get the same consideration from the publisher as other retailers and the artbook/CD was missing, I'll admit that I cancelled my pre-order and went somewhere where I could get those items.
Why? Because while a $5/$10 or sometimes $20 certificate is nice and will generate loyalty amongst some gamers, some of us sometimes would like a nice little physical bonus on TOP of those loyalty rewards to further entice us.
So how about it? Tell publishers you guys are serious about trying to out-Gamestop Gamestop and want the same pre-order goodies they dole out to the big boys of game sales.
Best Buy has a Customer Survey at the bottom of every reciept that offers "a chance for a $5000 shopping spree". Honestly most people won't take the survey for a chance at something. Most other companies offer something of true value (Food places offer free small food items or a small discount, some stores offer a $$ discount on next purchase.)
I would suggest offer RZ points for a completed survey instead of the "chance" at a shopping spree. It would build value towards your brand (My Best Buy) and give customers something they can actually use. Obviously you can prevent abuse by limiting the amount of surveys per day/week/month that award points due to the requirement of having be attached to a My Best Buy account.
It doesn't have to be a lot, 20-50 points may be good enough per survey. Most companies are putting value in these surveys so this benefit would drive awareness as well.
Is it possible that Best Buy in the near future will allow you to pre-order Xbox One games via Xbox Live digital codes? Newegg already does this feature. You are pre-ordering the game and when it comes out, you are emailed a code for $60 to redeem on the Xbox Store to purchase the game. I'd love to see this option at Best Buy. Being able to have the $10 promotion for certain games, any pre-order bonus (extra content, etc) and being able to buy a digital version instead of a physical copy.
Now I understand that I could walk into Best Buy, buy a $60 Xbox Live credit, go home, redeem the code and then buy the game, but I am missing out on any pre-order incentives.
PLEASE take this feature into consideration Best Buy! If you guys offered this feature, I would not see a reason for me to shop anywhere else to pre-order a game. You already do a great job with the $10 pre-order incentive. It would just be nice to be able to pre-order a digital copy of an Xbox One title and still get all the pre-order bonuses.
Please make the return policy so it is standard and one clear policy for everyone regardless of membership status.
Electronic items such as digital cameras with memory cards included in this due to the nature of memory cards, computers and tablets and other things should have a 45 day return and exchange period. Must have a picture to prove it is you returning and exchanging the item.
Non electronic items: The kind of the items that are low dollar such as cords and cables, wall chargers, camera cases, computer cases, tablet cases and other types of things that people buy and use, should also have a 45 day return and exchange period. With no picture needed as proof to return and exchange.
Please make it one clear policy for everyone. One standard policy no matter what your membership status is.
It needs to be a set standard for everyone.
You might even gain back custumers and gain new customers.
Why does BB allow users to review items that haven't even been released? Take a look at the preorder games and most already have a few reviews. What is the point of that? User reviews are supposed to be a usefull tool for the consumer to judge if they want to buy something or not. When you allow reviews to be posted on something nobody possibly has any hands on time with you devalue the entire review and star rating system.
Dragon Age is a major multi-platform title from EA that will have multiple versions this October for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. It's a perfect candidate for this promotion.
I would like to see Best Buy copy the program they have up in Canada at FutureShop for video game steelbooks. It would be great to get more exclusive video game steelbooks as pre-order bonuses. Best Buy here in the USA does offer steelbooks for video games but it is only on rare occassions.
Upcoming Steelbooks from FutureShop
Lightning Returns Final Fantasy Xiii