Coupon – Save $50 on $100 at Best Buy with Any MasterCard

Well, not exactly travel related but a great deal nonetheless and you can use your Ink Bold or Ink Plus MasterCard. Save $50 when you spend $100 in-store and pay with any MasterCard through 1/27/13. There are some restrictions like iPods, Samsung, and Bose products, check out the coupon for full details.

Update – Best Buy has announced that the offer will now expire today, 1/21/13, instead of the original 1/27/13 date due to “incorrect product inclusions/exclusions and end date”.

Comments

  1. Was this at all targeted? I noticed the fine print on the coupon says “no copies” so if I print the .pdf out and bring it to Best Buy, will that work? I’d hate to waste my time driving all the way there, shopping, and then finding out that it doesn’t work.

    • @Dave – I was able to use a printed copy in NYC with no problem (as have many others on SlickDeals at other locations), but yes it’s a risk.

  2. I MAY HAVE MISSED SOMETHING, BUT I DIDNT SEE AN EXCLUSION ON THE COUPON FOR GIFT CARDS. DO YOU THINK THIS COUPON WOULD WORK TO BUY A $100 GIFT CARD

  3. Gary got in on this early today right when BB stores opened. Worked on GC’s prior to BB sending around a memo… Was able to lock in $900 AMZN GC’s for $450! Thanks Ink! 🙂

  4. I used my MC Gift card I bought from Office Max to pay for the purchase. There is a bulletin for all Best Buy Employees about the mistake and NO Amazon or Gift Cards can be bought so I bought the Intuit Premier Tax, batteries and food.

  5. Forget about this in Los Angeles. Two BBs told me no GCs and gave a long list of disclaimers. Only regular priced items and must be single item over $100. Ridiculous set if rules… No apologies. Don’t foresee shopping at BB again anytime soon :((

  6. Read about this but believed the terms as stated… Was bummed to read that it was revised (especially since I didn’t see it until after the 21st) but my local store actually honored it. Between a price match, the coupon, and $15 of Rewards Zone certificates, I managed to get an item that was marked as $157.99 for $36.90! I wasn’t planning on abusing (er.. “scaling”) the offer but I was glad I could put it toward my purchase.

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