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Shop Smart With Best Buy- Holiday Gifts Under $100

Looking for the perfect gift but on a tight Holiday budget? Look no further than Best Buy! Get the best value with Best Buy's free shipping until January 2nd, extended price match guarantee, and huge selection of gifts under $100. Feel 100% prepared and in control with the help of the unbiased experts known as the Best Buy Blue Shirts. The Best Buy Blue Shirts are there to help you find the perfect gift and everything you need to have that gift working asap. Need some ideas? No problem!

One of the gifts available is a Hard Candy Cotton Candy Maker by Nostalgia Electrics for $49.99. This awesome product from Nostalgia Electrics spins hard candy into cotton candy and comes with 2 plastic cones and a translucent bowl. This is something that would be fun for the whole family and it's super easy to use!
Another great gift idea is the Mattel Password Journal in Purple; perfect for the moody young girl in your life. She'll love this journal because of the intruder alarm, glow light, secret compartment, and voice recognition password protection. Each journal comes with an invisible ink pen to match and can be purchased for $29.99. I would have loved something like this as a teenager and any young girl with siblings is sure to appreciate the Mattel Password Journal as well. 
The Shark Sonic Steam Pocket Mop is a great gift idea for anyone that rents or owns a home. My grandfather and my parents have a Shark Sonic Steam Pocket Mop and we actually have two in our home! We bought one right after we moved into our new home and received one as a gift, but I love this mop so much that I refuse to part with one. If you have any pets our young children, this is a must have! The Shark Sonic Steam Pocket Mop cleans your floors much better then a regular mop and bucket. For $99.99 you get the mop with Sonic agitation technology, 360° steam head, on-demand steam, and 2-sided cleaning pads (machine washable). 
These are just a few ideas of what Best Buy has to offer in the less than $100 price range. As always, Best Buy has the largest selection of DVD's, CD's, and video games around which all make wonderful stocking stuffers! Hurry in to your local Best Buy or BestBuy.com to find the perfect gift for under $100! Shipping deadline for arrival before Christmas is 12/19 BUT Best Buy can accommodate orders purchased on BestBuy.com through store pick-up until Christmas Eve at 3pm. Great for procrastinators like me!

Check out the great offers below, going on now at Best Buy!  

10% off coupon that is good for Headphones, Speakers and Health & Fitness Products that is valid 12/2-12/29. 
Buy any 3 tablet accessories and save (up to $75, save $10; up to $100 save $15; up to $150, save $30). No coupon is necessary for this offer.

Disclosure:  This 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.

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  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Best Buy! I buy most of my gifts for my son there. Thanks for sharing these affordable gift ideas.

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  2. Thanks for all the info!!! I love the gifts under $100 link, makes it SO much easier.
    Melissa

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  3. The cotton candy maker looks so cool. I love that Best Buys has so many different deals.

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  4. The journal is perfect for my teenager! The cotton candy maker looks neat! I would love that!!

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  5. I want the Cotton Candy machine.

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