The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free
I appreciate a wish list. It makes shopping for birthdays so much easier. We do wedding and baby registries, so why are we so reluctant to create personal wish lists for birthday and holidays. It just makes sense to me because I hate giving a store gift cards unless I have no other options. I prefer to shop with coupons, cash back offers, and other incentives so I can get the absolute most for my money. Having an idea of what the gift recipients wants or needs means that I can pick it up for less and add an accessory or coordinating product for the same amount of money.
Best Buy Wish List
I have a Best Buy wish list. At the top of mine is sweet Bose portable speaker I’d love to have but can’t justify buying for myself and all of the accessories available for a camera that I own. The list lets me keep track of what I’ve already purchased and it gives my husband and kids an idea of the things I’d love to have.
But what if your intended gift recipient doesn’t have a wishlist? Before you buy a gift card, check out the Best Buy gift inspirations page where you’ll find suggestions based on categories for men, women, kids, and teens. Or sort by the type or occasion, like anniversary gifts, housewarming, new parents, etc. Or heads straight to the Top Tech Gifts for something perfect for your occasion. You can narrow down your gift choices even further by selecting your gift value range – gifts under $25, from $25-$49.99, from $50-$99, from $100-$229.99, and everything over $250. And yes, you can also purchase a gift card with just a click. Choose from a traditional card which is mailed or and E-Gift Card which is delivered instantly.