08-25-2019 11:39 AM
08-25-2019 01:29 PM
Where has the weekly ad gone? Have you decided to do away with it? If so, big mistake. It was one of the only reasons I felt the need to check in on the BB site on a weekly basis. I'd get on, check the ad, and then browse other stuff. Usually didn't make purchases from the ad, but I'd almost always find something on the site I'd want. When Walmart stopped their price matching, I pretty much stopped shopping their site altogether. If you dropped your Weekly Ad, you'll probably be the next to follow.
08-25-2019 06:22 PM
The tab "weekly ad" does appear to be missing, but there is a tab at the top called "top deals" which appears to be as close to the weekly ad, IMO. Thanks for your feedback! If it is gone, post it up on IDEAX to see about getting some up votes to your idea about bringing it back!
08-26-2019 03:07 PM
08-26-2019 07:43 PM
08-26-2019 09:20 PM
08-26-2019 11:23 PM
If you select Products > Music and Movies > New Releases, you can find all the same new release information that used to be listed in the ad plus a lot more. It was not uncommon for titles to not make the ad simply because of space constraints. Best of all, it can be sorted by media type, price, etc. to shorten your search. You can even check last week's releases and a lot of other cool things.
08-28-2019 02:47 PM
I concur with the other comments here. Please bring back the weekly ad. It has been my Sunday morning routine to browse the ad while I drank my tea and I badly missed it this weekend. Due to the ad I've made many purchases over the years because of something I saw in it. Just recently I bought a Google Home Hub from Best Buy based on seeing it in the ad and once I had it, I bought a second, and then two Google Home mini's, and then several light bulbs and finally a Nest Doorbell. All from Best Buy, about $600 worth of product and all because of the weekly ad.
If I need to see the daily deals, I'll probably stick with Amazon's. If I see a deal there, I'll buy from there and not from Best Buy.