You're excited to buy a home audio product — now, make sure to protect it. Geek Squad® Protection enhances your manufacturer warranty and gives you extended coverage when the warranty ends. Geek Squad Protection often covers important repairs that your manufacturer warranty doesn't (like failure due to a power surge). If something goes wrong after the manufacturer warranty ends, rest easy; you won't be stuck with a huge repair bill. Geek Squad Protection has your back and will take care of any covered repairs.
If there's a failure from normal wear and tear, we'll repair it.
This could be a problem with an internal part, or how the product was manufactured. It could also be caused by dust, internal heat or humidity. Accidental damage is not included.
If your home product won’t turn on because of a power surge, we'll fix it.
If there's a power surge or fluctuation that damages your product, we'll make things right. This includes a surge caused by a lightning strike.
If the remote that came with your home product stops working, we'll replace it.
Get a one-time replacement for the remote control that was included in the home product’s original box.
You'll never pay for parts and labor.
We take care of 100% of the costs of parts and labor for covered repairs, with no hidden fees.
You can transfer your Geek Squad Protection.
When you sell or give someone your covered product, Geek Squad Protection is still in effect, with no additional charges or restrictions. Call 1-800-433-5778 to transfer.
When something goes wrong, we're always here to help.
Visit your local Best Buy store to start a claim, or call us at 1-800-433-5778 to ask questions about your plan.
These are the latest benefits that apply to new purchases. Refer to the terms and conditions from your date of purchase for a complete description of coverage and exclusions.
AIG WarrantyGuard, Inc. is the Obligor and Administrator of the coverage under this plan.
Very glad we purchased this for our Denon receiver. It has been about 18 months and the receiver tripped an internal circuit that cannot be fixed. I brought the receiver into Best Buy and they had to ship it to a geek squad repair center. While I wasn't happy about not just getting a replacement, they had replied within 2 days that it could not be repaired and that all I had to do was come in and get a new one with a store credit. Overall it was worth the protection plan.