Fact Check: 6 Common Misconceptions About Best Buy Aiea

The other day, I was looking for a new TV. When I walked into Best Buy Aiea to ask about one of their televisions, the staff member directed me to the “open box” section in the back of the store. This is where they sell things that have been returned by customers or are on clearance because it’s nearing the end of its life cycle. She said that she couldn’t help me with any questions about TVs because she was just an employee and not an expert like you would find at a different location. After doing some research online, I found out that this misconception isn’t limited to just this particular Best Buy location- there are six common misconceptions people have about Best Buy stores across America!

The first misconception people have about Best Buy stores is that they sell products of all brands. While this may be true at some locations, it’s not true everywhere. It also depends on the location- if you’re in a smaller town and you want to buy an iPhone for example, your best bet might be going somewhere other than Best Buy because there are very few iPhones stocked in their inventory. Another common misconception is that every store has experts available who can answer questions about electronics like TVs or laptops. One more thing worth mentioning here: these “experts” aren’t always employees of Best Buy (in many cases) – so if they don’t know enough about something and tell someone else offhandedly, then customers will walk away disappointed.

As for the “gift cards” misconception: many people think this is a great idea because it seems like they’re getting something for nothing, but in reality, these gift card deals are usually just vouchers. So if you need to buy an item and want to use your voucher as payment (as opposed to cashing out), then you’ll have to spend more than what your voucher’s worth – so really, there’s no incentive for buying one of those things. Another common misconception about Best Buy Aiea is that their products come with warranties- while some do come with warranties from other companies like SquareTrade or Apple Care, not all do; so read up on any warranty before purchasing anything at the store!

Lastly, another misconception is that Best Buy Aiea prices are low- this isn’t always the case. For example, if you’re looking for a TV to buy and sell again in six months or less, then it might not be worth buying one at a store because of how much markup they usually charge on those items.

In summary: Read up before shopping! If you’re considering getting an item with warranties from other companies like SquareTrade or Apple Care, make sure read up on them first; don’t just assume all products come with these types of warranty coverage. Lastly, pay attention to pricing- stores can often have very high markups so try checking out our article about good alternative places to shop instead!

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FACT: MicroSD cards are smaller than regular SD cards. The “micro” in their name refers to how much smaller they are, which is a lot- about 50% of the size! This makes them ideal for people who need to transfer videos from cameras or smartphones since it takes up less space on your phone. They’re also great if you want more storage without having to go out and buy an entirely new device with more memory like a laptop computer or tablet. A drawback, though, is that some devices don’t have slots

* Fact: The company’s name is “Best Buy.”

* Misconception: BestBuy.com has a more variety of products than the stores do.

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* Fact: The company is not “Best Buy.”

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* Fact: Best Buy is not an authorized Apple reseller. {linebreak}{linebreak}Reality: While we carry a range of iPhone models, iPads and other devices made by various brands, including Apple products, most iPhones are sold exclusively through the Apple Store at this time.{linebreak}{linebreak}{linebreak}This means that if you’re looking for a refund or exchange on your new phone-or just want to compare our prices with those offered in another store-you’ll need to visit an Apple Retail Store instead of visiting us first.

* Misconception: The company’s name has always been “Best Buy.” Reality: In 1982 when Richard Schulze was building his vision for the company, he called it “Sound of Music.” The name was changed to Best Buy before its first store opened in 1985.

* Misconception: Best Buy is no longer an electronics giant because they don’t sell new products. Reality: While we do carry a range of other brands that are not exclusive to our stores, including appliances and smart home systems like Nest from Google or Alexa-enabled devices from Amazon – most TVs are sold exclusively through the manufacturer at this time; computers and tablets can be found at each of our stores.

* Fact: We have more than 149 million customers who visit us every year, but only about one third come into one of our physical locations on any given day. {

Misconception # __: “Best Buy Aiea is expensive.”

-The truth about Best Buy’s prices is that they are more or less in line with other retailers. There may be a slight difference, but it’s not enough to make people want to avoid the store altogether. The most important thing for customers to do before shopping at any retailer is compare prices and find the best value.

-What many don’t take into account when looking at price comparisons, however, are rebates and discounts offered by manufacturers on products purchased through Best Buy stores such as RewardZone points, manufacturer coupons/rebates (with purchase) and special offers from partners like Kohl’s department stores. These can reduce the amount of money spent on a product significantly and are not available at other retailers. -The truth about Best Buy’s prices is that they are more or less in line with other retailers. There may be a slight difference, but it’s not enough to make people want to avoid the store altogether. The most important thing for customers to do before shopping at any retailer is compare prices and find the best value. -What many don’t take into account when looking at price comparisons, however, are rebates and discounts offered by manufacturers on products purchased through Best Buy stores such as RewardZone points, manufacturer coupons/rebates (with purchase) and special offers from partners like Kohl’s department stores. These can reduce the amount of money spent

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