Promo Codes

What are promo codes? promo codes are special passwords that you can use to decrease the costs of your orders on  They may take some amount off of your order total, reduce or eliminate your shipping costs, and so on.  You can use them when you select the billing options for your orders.

You can only use one promo code per transaction, and you must do so before the code expires.  In addition, you cannot re-use your promo code or get a refund on it if you cancel or return your order, or if the value of the promo code exceeds the total value of your order.  Finally, you cannot use a promo code to pay for a gift card.

How do I get promo codes?

You might get promo codes in advertising emails from Best Buy if you signed up for an account on  You may also be able to find some in Best Buy flyers, if they come with your local newspaper subscription.  However, the easiest way to find them is to look on online coupon websites, such as GoodShop, SlickDeals, or DealsPlus.  They look something like this (though you may need to click a button that says "Reveal Code" or the like to reveal them):

Example of a promotional code

How to use promo codes

  1. Follow steps 1 through 8 in our How to Shop on Best Buy tutorial.  Make sure that the items you add to your shopping cart are ones that your promo code is eligible for.

  2. When you get to the screen that prompts you to input or select your billing information (so you can pay for your order) before confirming your order, click Promotional Codes.

    Select to pay for your order with a promotional code

  3. Click in the box that appears labelled "Promotional Code" and type in the code that you found.  Then click Apply.

    Enter your promotional code

You should see your promo code bonus applied to your order total in the box on the right-hand side of the screen.  Congratulations on getting a discount on your order with promo codes!


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