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Best Buy to open outlet store in north Phoenix

The company said the remodeled store near Tatum Boulevard and Paradise Village Parkway will feature open-box and clearance items at reduced prices.

PHOENIX — Looking to save money? Retailer Best Buy announced they are opening an outlet store in north Phoenix later this year.

The company said the remodeled store near Tatum Boulevard and Paradise Village Parkway will feature open-box and clearance items at reduced prices. 

Customers will have several brand-name items to choose from, including appliances, televisions, laptops, gaming products, mobile phones, etc.

And, if you need help setting up your purchase, the store is keeping its Geek Squad Service for all your technical needs. You will also have ship-to-home, pick-up in-store and same-day delivery options.

“By shopping at our outlet stores, customers are helping to limit waste by giving technology a new, longer life,” the company said on its website.

Best Buy has 16 outlet stores and they plan to double that number over the next year. Phoenix joins Chicago, Houston, and Virginia as the most recent additions.

For more information, visit the Best Buy website.

What is the Valley? 

“The Valley” is what locals call the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. It is considered the largest metropolitan area in the Southwest.  

The Valley is made up of various major cities other than Phoenix, including:  

  • Mesa  

  • Chandler  

  • Scottsdale  

  • Tempe  

  • Glendale  

  • Surprise  

  • Peoria  

  • Gilbert  

  • El Mirage 

  • Avondale 

  • Litchfield Park 

  • Goodyear 

  • Buckeye 

Whether a city is in the “East Valley” or “West Valley” depends on where it is in relation to Phoenix.  

The cities of the Valley have a combined population of 4,845,832 people, according to the 2020 United States Census. This makes it the 11th largest metropolitan area in the country right behind the Boston and Atlanta areas. 

    

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