As simple as the title says. Add more games to the $10 promo. Also, GCU members should get more than regular members. Either give GCU members $15 and non GCU members $10 or keep the amount for GCU at $10 and reduce the non GCU to $5. GCU seriosuly needs more value to be a viable service. Since the mag was discontinued, the only benefit is 20% off games, which if u buy most games at release, you get screwed when the price inevitably goes down within 45 days because you can't get 20% off of the price match so you would have literally been better off buying at full price as non GCU member and then price matched the lower price. You would have saved $100 on GCU, still gotten the price match and $10 reward certificate for preordering, gotten more rewards points since the original price would have been higher and gotten more towards your overall limit of keeping your Elite status. Having GCU actually costs me money in the long run. Please people, vote for this idea. We need this to change!!! I'm close to going to Amazon for all my games and movies which is the only things I buy at Best Buy anymore since they have made so many negative changes in the past couple years.
Other retail sites are offering this for pre-order, can Best Buy get this on the website sooner rather than later for pre-order?
I noticed on the website that 1000s of items have free 2-day shipping. why not offer your elite and elite plus members better discounts and offers throughout the holiday season such as free overnight shipping. perks should be different than that of offering standard customers the same perks as your high spending customers. high spending customers deserve better perks than whats offered to the general public.
maybe send a survey out to elite plus members to what major perk they'd like to see and other seasonal benefits.
Hello, my name is Ariana and I have an idea for a new service for the Geek Squad. I recently went to a Best Buy and I was hoping to get my scratched DVDs cleaned and fixed, but unfortunately I was informed that the Geek Squad didn't provide such services. But I did make a suggestion to one of the top managers to take my idea into consideration and he told me to also talk about it online (here) so it could have a chance to become a reality.
I just got off the phone with a very kind woman from a customer service line in relations to the Geek Squad and she thought my idea was very good and believes it should be a provided service like it is in a good number of video stores. Although I am very well aware that I can just purchase the cranking device that can allow you to do it yourself at home. But I, like many people, don't need to clean my DVDs and/or CDs that often and I would rather leave it in the hands of a professional than to run the risk of damaging my discs even further if I don't know what I'm doing. And there's only so much the classic Peanut Butter trick can do before you have to leave it to a professional.
Before visiting my local Best Buy, I thought about asking a friend where I could have my DVDs and CDs repaired and I thought to myself that they would more than likely tell me Best Buy's Geek Squad. It felt like a no-brainer until I visited a store and found my idea to be incorrect.
I'm sure I'm not the only one here who feels like there should be a place to have our precious DVDs and/or CDs cleaned instead of tolerating the damaged areas that takes us out of our movie and/or music experience, so why shouldn't the Geek Squad be that place that saves our treasured discs?
I looooooove the Gamer's Club Unlocked membership and have recommended it to many friends. I was thinking that Best Buy should do the same with a movie buying program. I can tell you I'd buy a lot more DVD's from you guys instead of Amazon if that were to happen. It'd be great if they had the same perks as the GCU program where you get double the points and such.
I never understood why we get double points for software,accesories, and digital content but not for buying a console? That would really entice members to buy the console at Best Buy along with their games.
I ordered a few items from bestbuy online with free shipping and they came in the manufacturers box, complete with pictures and holes from shipping. The product had some damage from not being shipped in a real shipping package and I will have to return the item. Additionally, it ruined the surprise given that the one who the package was for collected it at delivery.
I dont have this issue with either Target or Amazon. Everything I've ordered from both of those come in a shipping box, even if it's unnecessary.
It would be awesome if Best Buy Stores will stop putting price tags on the DVD/Blu-ray sleeves as they are a major pain to remove without ripping the sleeve apart. When ordering movies from sites online (including Best Buy.com), the price stickers are never on the sleeves. Other stores sometimes have stickers on the sleeves as well but they are nowhere as hard to remove as the Best Buy one. Another electronic retailer, Fry's Electronics, puts their price tags on the plastic shrink wrap of a movie instead of the sleeve which I think is an amazing idea when I found out about it. It's just a pain if someone has a movie collection and there's a giant price tag on it that can't be removed
This already might have been suggested, responded to, etc., but I still think that Wii U games should get the same $10 pre-order reward as the Xbox One and PS4 games do.
Please don't discriminate Best Buy. Just because I do not play Xbox or Ps4 games doesn't mean I do not buy games. I have bought literally every single new release for Wii U this year. I bought the gamer's club unlocked with the understanding that I would get $10 rewards, but after purchase found out it isn't valid on Wii U games. That is very bad marketing and employee training.
So please add Wii U games!
Since the 20% GCU discount on new games does not apply to digital purchases, how about giving GCU members 20% back in reward points for digital purchases? It keeps people buying games (or other merchandise) from Best Buy and doesn't leave them out of the rewards system for being a GCU member. In a way, it kind of reminds me of the Shop Your Way rewards system they have at Sears/K-Mart, which is very popular amongst gamers, only it allows people to purchase their games the way they want.
To better serve customer service Best Buy should implement a live chat customer support feature on Bestbuy.com to help handle problems/general questions in regards to orders, adjustments, and price matches.
The phone support system is very dated and always problematic due to constant disconnects when transferred and then several reps not understanding what we are trying to explain in certain situations. And in regards to price matches and adjustments it would make the process more smooth, faster, and less painless for the consumer. There are several pros to having a live chat support feature on the bestbuy.com website:
Today the myrz.com website was shut down. Now everything is folded into bestbuy.com. However, in the new My Best Buy pages, the Point History page lacks the fine details the old myrz.com Points and Purchases page had.
Please add to the new Point History page:
These are all features that existed on the myrz.com site.
Also add a new page that lists all My Best Buy promotions that are currently happening. This was another feature of the myrz.com site.
I don't think I'm the only one who has held off of buying pre-owned titles during the B2G1 sales because of incomplete copies being the only ones available at our local stores.
That was the ONE thing that differentiated Best Buy from Gamestop on the trade-in program and the one thing that made me happy about buying pre-owned from you guys was that I knew I could get a complete copy of a title in good/great shape because of that requirement.
Either start requiring everything be traded in with games traded in again OR ding people's trade-ins with refurbishing fees as a way to convince them to trade everything in or lose out on the full value of their games.
$3500 is a lot to spend throughout the calendar for the average consumer in one store. I've seen topics that gave the idea of an annual membership fee for certain tiered memberships. It would be a great idea to see dollars spent carry over to the next year if you happen to max out the $3500 this year. I know that this year in particular I will max out the $3500 for Elite Plus and the money that is spent during Christmas time will not count toward dollars spent for next year. This would be a great benefit to entice customers to keep spending and a piece of mind knowing their dollars aren't going to waste toward tiered memberships. I hope other customers and My Best Buy members agree!
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