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Best Buy Coupon: $50 off $100+ In-Store Purchases via Printable Coupon EXPIRED

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Promoted 01-21-2013 at 05:55 AM View Original Post
Best Buy [Store Locator] is offering a $50 Off Your In-Store Purchase of $100 or more on select purchases when you pay with your MasterCard via Printable Coupon valid through January 27. Please refer to the forum thread for any additional details. Thanks getdealsonline

Note, refer to offer for details and exclusions.

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Edited January 25, 2013 at 02:22 PM by getdealsonline
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Despite so many exclusions, I have full faith in SD'ers that they will find this as one of the best deals Wink


To qualify for the discount, MasterCard must be used on a purchase of $100 or greater. Coupon excludes the following: Home Theater: Bose® audio products; Polk Audio; Denon; Boston Acoustics; select Samsung home audio, TVs, Blu-ray DVD players; Sony home audio & headphones, TVs & 3D glasses, Blu-ray players, DVD players & set top boxes; Magnolia Products: Samsung TVs and Blu-ray players, Sony TVs, Blu-ray players and projectors, Sharp 90” TVs, Epson projectors, URC, Sennheiser, Sonance, Bowers & Wilkins, MartinLogan, McIntosh, Oppo and SpeakerCraft Audio and special order merchandise; Portable Electronics: Apple® iPods and Bose products; Digital Imaging: Sony camcorders, digital cameras, NEX cameras, DSLR cameras, lenses & flashes; Nikon DSLR & compact system cameras, lenses & flashes & P510; GoPro cameras; Phones: no-contract phones, broadband and airtime cards on all carriers, no contract airtime cards; gaming hardware; Pacific Sales products; Geek Squad®: C.O.D. Geek Squad services. Not valid on any BestBuy.com order, including store pickup. Best Buy employees are not eligible for this promotion. No dealers. No copies. No cash back. No cash value. Coupon must be presented at time of purchase. MasterCard is not the sponsor of nor shall have liability for this promotion.
Cashier Instructions: Scan coupon UPC for $50 off. Scan all product(s) being sold. Press “Total.” Write “VOID” on coupon and place in register coupon media file.

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#6091
Quote from DianaPrince View Post :
I don't find there to be much difference between scoring $200 worth of GCs or $2000 worth of GCs. There are no degrees of morality (if in fact you consider this to be immoral).
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.

Yes, there is a degree of morality. Those who scored $2000 worth of GC's committed coupon fraud because the e-mail said 1 coupon per customer per household. Only a scam artists would photocopy the coupon, buy tons of GC and sell them on eBay at discount.

Yes everybody wants a bargain/deal. But I never got pissed if a store doesn't honor pricing mistakes. Best Buy made mistakes but they shouldn't have to go bankrupt because of 1 coupon.
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#6092
Quote from taiwan View Post :
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.

Yes, there is a degree of morality. Those who scored $2000 worth of GC's committed coupon fraud because the e-mail said 1 coupon per customer per household. Only a scam artists would photocopy the coupon, buy tons of GC and sell them on eBay at discount.

Yes everybody wants a bargain/deal. But I never got pissed if a store doesn't honor pricing mistakes. Best Buy made mistakes but they shouldn't have to go bankrupt because of 1 coupon.
lol. got any proof to back this up?
bestbuy isn't going to touch anybody's order
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Quote from taiwan View Post :
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.

Yes, there is a degree of morality. Those who scored $2000 worth of GC's committed coupon fraud because the e-mail said 1 coupon per customer per household. Only a scam artists would photocopy the coupon, buy tons of GC and sell them on eBay at discount.

Yes everybody wants a bargain/deal. But I never got pissed if a store doesn't honor pricing mistakes. Best Buy made mistakes but they shouldn't have to go bankrupt because of 1 coupon.
Actually, the original coupon said nothing about 1 per visit, per household, per card, per customer, or anything else limiting the number of times you could use it.
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Quote from taiwan View Post :
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.

Yes, there is a degree of morality. Those who scored $2000 worth of GC's committed coupon fraud because the e-mail said 1 coupon per customer per household. Only a scam artists would photocopy the coupon, buy tons of GC and sell them on eBay at discount.

Yes everybody wants a bargain/deal. But I never got pissed if a store doesn't honor pricing mistakes. Best Buy made mistakes but they shouldn't have to go bankrupt because of 1 coupon.
My email didn't say anything about one per customer..
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Quote from taiwan View Post :
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.
Not going to happen. If they want a PR nightmare, then that would be it. Not just because of all the customers they would piss off, but from their vendors/partners as well. They would get serious flack from Amazon and all the other retailers they sell giftcards for. Buying a giftcard involves trust. That trust would be violated if a customer doesn't know if/when a GC is purchased and valid. Who would buy a GC if they feared it could be deactivated at any point? Thanks Grandma for the bogus GC for Xmas. Why bother buying a GC at all then? GCs are big business for most retailers. A huge business. They won't take kindly to anyone in the chain threatening that business.

And this isn't the first time something like this has happened with Best Buy. Remember the 20% off with Mastercard about 2 months ago? They also allowed GCs on that. What did they do about it? Nothing.
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Quote from taiwan View Post :
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.

Yes, there is a degree of morality. Those who scored $2000 worth of GC's committed coupon fraud because the e-mail said 1 coupon per customer per household. Only a scam artists would photocopy the coupon, buy tons of GC and sell them on eBay at discount.

Yes everybody wants a bargain/deal. But I never got pissed if a store doesn't honor pricing mistakes. Best Buy made mistakes but they shouldn't have to go bankrupt because of 1 coupon.

Then they need to refund all the people that they make buy a 100 dollar monster HDMI calble for their new TV coz they didnt know any better and the sales person told them they needed it. Bestbuy is the one store that I dont feel sorry about this happening to. They take major advantage of non-tech savy people that come in to buy a tv/computer. They do their best to force service plans and accessories that the person doesnt need.
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Quote from taiwan View Post :
Then you won't have a slightest problem if Best Buy cancels the GC you purchased and automatically refund your money, right? Best Buy is pulling up all the transactions from Monday and reviewing what they want to do with them. Technically speaking that can be done easily. Every Best Buy stores probably have at least 1 employee to spare who can manually cancel the order.

Yes, there is a degree of morality. Those who scored $2000 worth of GC's committed coupon fraud because the e-mail said 1 coupon per customer per household. Only a scam artists would photocopy the coupon, buy tons of GC and sell them on eBay at discount.

Yes everybody wants a bargain/deal. But I never got pissed if a store doesn't honor pricing mistakes. Best Buy made mistakes but they shouldn't have to go bankrupt because of 1 coupon.
The ones defending the mistake and calling it bait and switch and a business scam are obviously the ones who have never made a mistake. They are the ones that never sent an email with a mistake, never sent an email to the wrong person, never taken a wrong turn, never did any wrong actions that they wish they could take back. Im curious, how many folks really do reckonize and accept their mistakes or do they use the same logic and find some way to say what they did was this or that.

Could you imagine what kind of world this would be if people did not forgive others for their mistakes. The small minded excuse of BB being a big company, they can handle this exploit is just ignorant, but if you took this to the person to person level of not being able to excuse someone's mistake, I would hate to see what that would look like.
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#6098
Quote from Rattor View Post :
Actually, the original coupon said nothing about 1 per visit, per household, per card, per customer, or anything else limiting the number of times you could use it.
Quote from HastraJenaVosti View Post :
My email didn't say anything about one per customer..
Exactly. And BB is still offering up that coupon. Just click on the link.
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Quote from daw4888 View Post :
Then they need to refund all the people that they make buy a 100 dollar monster HDMI calble for their new TV coz they didnt know any better and the sales person told them they needed it. Bestbuy is the one store that I dont feel sorry about this happening to. They take major advantage of non-tech savy people that come in to buy a tv/computer. They do their best to force service plans and accessories that the person doesnt need.
laugh out loud if Apple can do it, why can't anyone else
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Quote from DQue View Post :
Let me add one more thing to your list. If a retailer (BB for instance) wouldn't mind ripping off consumers a Monster Cable or Rocketfish HDMI cable for $50 and some cases even higher, don't tell me it's immoral to rip them off.

I FEEL proud of myself for screwing retailers that don't care to rip off ppl with deals like I mentioned above.

Now whoever trying to bring out that "moral" swan song again, you can go to your beloved BB store and shove your "moral compass" up their $#%$#%$%$%$, and make sure to tell them it's FREE, courtesy of SDers!
Here is my problem with what you said. BB did not force you to buy a $50 HDMI cable. They have other HDMI cables at reasonable prices. BB wants to make money from rich people. They have every right to sell $50 HDMI cables or $1000 speaker wires who owns a $5000 CD Players and $10,000 speaker system. You know better so you don't need to buy it or worry about the high price.

The problem with ripping BB off on $2,000 giftcard is you commit coupon fraud by photocopying a coupon that was limited to 1 person per household. Those who did pretty much handed BB a record of who those people are.
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Quote from colts046 View Post :
anyone tried using the coupon today? any luck?
Some cashier gladly took my coupon and said I fkn hate BB and it would be my pleasure to let you use as many coupons as you'd like on whatever you'd like. Only had 3 in my pocket and scored $300 in GC'sRoll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Quote from Rattor View Post :
Actually, the original coupon said nothing about 1 per visit, per household, per card, per customer, or anything else limiting the number of times you could use it.
Quote from HastraJenaVosti View Post :
My email didn't say anything about one per customer..
I guess the person that published the coupon really did get fired....no one left to fix it Dontknow
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Quote from blackblaze View Post :
The ones defending the mistake and calling it bait and switch and a business scam are obviously the ones who have never made a mistake. They are the ones that never sent an email with a mistake, never sent an email to the wrong person, never taken a wrong turn, never did any wrong actions that they wish they could take back. Im curious, how many folks really do reckonize and accept their mistakes or do they use the same logic and find some way to say what they did was this or that.

Could you imagine what kind of world this would be if people did not forgive others for their mistakes. The small minded excuse of BB being a big company, they can handle this exploit is just ignorant, but if you took this to the person to person level of not being able to excuse someone's mistake, I would hate to see what that would look like.
It's the way BB is handling their mistake (if it even is a mistake) that is cause for fury. Dead serious.
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#6105
Quote from fyu View Post :
lol. got any proof to back this up?
bestbuy isn't going to touch anybody's order
Correct. Once the payment has been made with coupon accepted, game over.
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