The Minnesota base company announced on Tuesday (June 9th) that they will be reopening a "majority" of their store too in person shopping June 15th.

In a release sent out by the company it states that 800 locations around the Country will begin to allow customers shop inside the tech giants stores. Best Buy also states that it will continue to offer contactless curbside pickup and in-store consultations to those who would prefer to shop that way.

Throughout the pandemic, nothing has been more important to us than the safety of our customers and employees. We’re now confident we can provide a safe experience for shoppers who want to visit our stores to browse, see tech products firsthand and get helpful advice from our Blue Shirts or Geek Squad Agents.


No appointment will be required to shop but the stores will only be limited to 25% capacity. Which is roughly 60 or more customers depending on the size of the store. If the store has reached its maximum, customers would be asked to wait inline before they are allowed to enter. Best Buy asks that social distancing guidelines be followed as well as requiring all employees to wear a face mask or covering. Shoppers are encouraged to wear a mask but if they do not have one, Best Buy states that they will provide them for those who need it.

To find out about your local Best Buy's hours and services provided, you can click here!

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