Free xBox & 3D Glasses w/Purchase Of HDTV’s At BB

Best Buy now has two 3D, LED-LCD, HDTV’s on sale. And they are including in the deal a free xBox 360 250gb console, and an extra 4 3D glasses.

The HDTV’s with the free xBox and extra glasses are:

– A 55 inch LG 3D LED-LCD HDTV. It’s a smart TV and can be connected to the internet for streaming movies and music. It comes with a stand (though at only one and a quarter inches deep, it can be wall mounted as well), a Magic Motion remote, a wifi dongle and 4 pair of 3D glasses. Best Buy says the regular price is 2,399.99, the sale price is $2159.99.

– And a LG 47 inch 3D LED-LCD HDTV. This one is basically a little sister to the larger one above. It is also a smart TV, and also comes with the stand, the Magic Motion remote, the wifi dongle, and 4 pair of 3D glasses. Best Buy advertises this model as having a regular price of $1699.99, with a current sales price of $1,529.99.

The xBox and 3D glasses must be specifically requested while placing the order for these HDTV’s through the site, according to Best Buy. They also note that the four extra 3D glasses are in addition to the four that already come with the HDTV’s, giving the purchases 8 total. Total value of the xBox and extra glasses is listed as $350.

Best Buy is also giving away free xBox 360’s with select laptop and desktop computers purchased by college students this summer, as we reported here early last week.

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Faroh Sauder has spent more than 30 years working as a journalist and educator. He has written on politics, international affairs, civil rights, and consumer education. Now mostly retired, Faroh continues to stay current on tech and consumer issues and reports on his interests here at News For Shoppers.