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When people purchase digital delivery for games the codes should be sent out when physical games are sent out, or at least 2 days before scheduled release.
Part of the source of the issue is the presence of physical media or extras and the system will not allow their release until release day.
Sending out codes would not violate sales with the developer as the game would not be playable or eligible for download until the game client releases it.
More and more games are allowing pre-install of games that will not unlock until they are able to.
Example: Elden Ring has a release date of Friday, February 25th for consol. PC, PlayStation and Xbox owners were able to install the game on Tuesday.
PC players have the ability from the developer to start playing the game on Thursday, February 24th at 5 PM Central Time, or 4 PM Eastern Time etc.
I realize game sales are a very small percent of Best Buys bottom line. But if they don’t take steps to be like the other options for purchase, that percent is going to get smaller and smaller.
Why cant I load my gift cards into my account so that I always have a balance to use vs. having to ensure that I have the cards with me when I travel. You are missing out on HUGE opportunity. I just used Amazon instead of Best Buy for this very reason. I was able to go right to my balance without having th physical card. GET INTO THIS CENTURY PLEASE!! IT IS A REAL TURN OFF TO DO BUSINESS WITH YOUR STORE.
Apologies if this has been suggested already.
I couldn't find an easy place to submit a compliment on my interaction with a sales rep. and I saw someone say on a forum that it's expected that that kind of thing should go onto a forum. I argue that this isn't good enough because, as other people have noticed, links to the forums aren't near the top of the website and you actually have to do a bit of looking around to find them. I have little expectation that managers at various levels ever see positive comments on their employees there. Compliments to your sales people and others who work at helping customers should really be a lot more visible than that.
I'm resorting to trying to find a corporate headquarters address and then writing a paper letter because I don't want to just give up or send my compliments into the ether where no one will see them.
I would like to propose that Best Buy consider providing military veterans a modest discount on Veterans day each year. I am aware that you keep your pricing low to provide the best value for the money. However many retailers provide military discounts all year long. Some even double that discount on veterans day. As a veteran living on a modest pension along with social security, I have to pinch pennies and look for real deals. If there were a modest discount offered once a year, I might be able to splurge on a new TV or computer.
I appreciate your time and consideration of this suggestion.
I like what you did here on the Black Friday in July sale promo on the main page. Any chance extending this color design to the whole site? Sometimes I like to look at Best Buy late at night just to see the latest deals and don't neccesarily like bright colors late in the night. Youtube respects the color scheme on my PC (Dark) and Facebook has a dark mode as well.
Hi! It would be really great if we could select a preferred/default store so we don't have to change it every time we log in. (I know that is supposed to be a feature, but it doesn't work. I select a preferred store, and it immediately reverts back to one about 30 miles away.)
I'd like an "alert me" link under sold-out items that we can click that will pop up options to be e-mailed, texted, or both when the item becomes available.
Also, within that message have a link to the product saying something like, "Buy it now."
At the cost of annoying some, I'd like to see something implemented into the website where on certain items, say the SNES classic, you have to input a captcha code, or have a code sent to your phone to verify that it is indeed you who want to purchase it. That way you thwart automated bots and give those who really want the item a fair chance to do so.
Although I already have the SNES Classic, I am open to feedback about this from other fellow shoppers and Best Buy staff.
Best Buy has Express Kiosks at a number of airports. 3 in my local airport.
What I would like to see incorporated into the Best Buy web site or as its own site is something dedicated to the Kiosks.
Showing their locations and what individual machines carry. Not necessary a guarantee of an item being in stock but the fact that this or that machine carries this item.
Now it would also be great if it could be included in the app.
Example. I was traveling to a different city for a business conference. I needed a jump drive. I picked on up at the Best Buy Kiosk in Minneapolis Airport.
What would be slick if if your in that situation and you can pre-purchase the item from your phone and then pick it up at the kiosk on your way through the airport.
Product pages used to list which stores had which products out for demo; this has seemingly disappeared and I'm now in the market for some new noise-cancelling headphones that were recently released and there isn't an easy way to see which store has actually already put this newer model out for display as well as the other brand I'm trying to compare these with.
I'll be honest, initially I didn't see the value in this, but when it comes to new releases and product refreshes it can be a very valuable asset to have, especially if you're wanting to comparison shop and you want to make sure the store has all the items you're trying to compare.
Best Buy Team:
Can you please stock this item from Belkin ? Launched in October and still not in stock on BB. Very popular item. Amazon had it and sold out. Belkin is selling on their portal. I would rather purchase from BB. You do have 30W option in stock but I need 60W to charge my Macbook pro. Also I dont need any other brand but Belkin.
Let me know please.
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.