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Haul-Away with Responsible Recycling

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We make it easy to get rid of old products.

If you’re ordering a new TV, major appliance or piece of fitness equipment, we can haul away your old product for a small charge. If you’re not purchasing a product, you can order our Standalone Haul-Away service.

As a member, you’ll get free delivery, standard installation and Haul-Away when you purchase a major appliance, fitness equipment or TV 50” or larger. You’ll also save 20% on Standalone Haul-Away service.
Terms, conditions and exclusions apply.

Learn about products we’ll haul away

for a small charge when you order a replacement product.
  • Haul-Away and recycling for TVs.

    If you prefer, we can move your old TV to another location in your home.

    Ordering a TV 51” class or larger?

    Order Haul-Away for $39.99 when you also order:

    • Delivery Only
    • Delivery + TV Connect

    Ordering a TV 50” class or smaller?

    Order Haul-Away for $39.99 when you also order:

    • Delivery + TV Connect (not available with Delivery Only)

    Important things to note.

    Please disconnect your old TV before we arrive. We are not able to unmount a TV as part of Haul-Away service.
  • Haul-Away for major appliances.

    We’ll haul away and recycle one major appliance (see list below) for $39.99 when we deliver a new replacement product.

    If you prefer, we can move your old appliance to another location in your home.

    • Cooktops
    • Dishwashers
    • Dryers
    • Freezers
    • Ice makers
    • Microwaves
    • Ranges/stove and range hoods
    • Refrigerators
    • Wall ovens
    • Washers

    Important things to note.

    Any product that is not being directly replaced with a new product and installation service must be disconnected before we arrive.

    Grills must be disconnected from their fuel source.

    Your old appliance must be free of personal belongings (including food, clothing, and dishware), hazardous materials and infestations.

    Some markets require a licensed professional to handle gas or LP connections. If installation is not purchased, the existing appliance must be disconnected before it can be hauled away.

  • Haul-Away for fitness equipment.

    If you plan to order delivery and installation ($199.99), we'll haul away and recycle one piece of fitness equipment (see list below) for an additional $100 when you order a replacement product.

    Please choose “Delivery + Installation with Haul-Away” when ordering your product.

    • Treadmills
    • Rowing machines
    • Ellipticals
    • Exercise bikes
    • Compact strength training machines

    Important things to note.

    Please disconnect your old equipment before we arrive.

    You will also need to disassemble your old equipment to the point where it can be safely removed and placed in the Geek Squad® vehicle.

California Electronic Waste Recycling Act
In 2004 the state of California passed a law which requires retailers to collect an advanced recovery fee when a consumer purchases a new televisions or monitors. The fee is deposited in a fund managed by the state of California, which was created to finance recycling of unwanted electronics.
For more information on recycling electronics in California, please visit www.erecycle.org.*

California's Thermostat Recycling Act of 2008 prohibits the disposal of mercury thermostats in landfills. Please visit the Thermostat Recycling Corporation* for more information on recycling options and collection points.
An Act Concerning the Collection and Recycling of Covered Electronic Devices
The state of Connecticut pass a law in 2007 which requires manufacturers to finance a program that provides Connecticut households a reasonably convenient system of collection and recycling opportunities for certain electronic devices.
For more information on electronics recycling in Connecticut, please visit the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.*
Hawaii Electronic Waste and Television Recycling and Recovery Act
In 2008 the state of Hawaii passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Hawaii residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Hawaii, please visit Hawaii Department of Health.*
Illinois' Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act
The Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act was signed into law September 17, 2008. The law requires manufacturers to set up and pay for the collection, transportation and recycling of their products sold in Illinois.
For more information on recycling electronics in Illinois, please visit the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.*
Recycling Electronics in Indiana
In May of 2009 the state of Indiana passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Indiana residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Indiana, please visit Recycle Indiana.*
eCycling in Maryland
In 2006 the state of Maryland passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Maryland residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Maryland, please visit Maryland Department of Environment at eCycling Maryland.*
Michigan Electronics Recycling and Reuse
In 2009, the state of Michigan passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Michigan residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Michigan, please visit Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment.*
Best Buy has also partnered with MRM to provide additional, convenient collection opportunities. Please visit the MRM* website for more information about the collection and recycling opportunities near you.
Minnesota's Electronics Recycling Act
In 2008 the state of Minnesota passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Minnesota residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Minnesota, please visit Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.*
Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection and Recovery Act
In 2008 the state of Missouri passed the Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection and Recovery Act, which requires manufacturers of certain electronic equipment to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Missouri residents.
For more information on recycling electronics in Missouri, please visit e-cycle Missouri.*
Montana Thermostat Sale & Recycling Law
Montana's thermostat sale and recycling law passed in 2010 and prohibits the disposal of mercury thermostats in landfills. Please visit the Thermostat Recycling Corporation* for more information on recycling options and collection points.
E-Cycle New Jersey
In 2008, the state of New Jersey passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for New Jersey residents. For more information on recycling electronics in New Jersey, please visit E-Cycle New Jersey.*
New York's 2010 Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act
In 2010 the state of New York passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for New York residents. For more information on recycling electronics in New York, please visit New York Department of Environmental Conservation.*

Best Buy has also partnered with MRM to provide additional, convenient collection opportunities. Please visit the MRM* website for more information about the collection and recycling opportunities near you.
North Carolina's Discarded Computer Equipment and Television Management Program
In 2007 the state of North Carolina passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for North Carolina residents. For more information on recycling electronics in North Carolina, please visit North Carolina Department of Environmental and Natural Resources.*
Oklahoma Computer Recovery Act
In 2008 the state of Oklahoma passed the Oklahoma Computer Recovery Act, which requires manufacturers of certain electronic equipment to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Oklahoma residents.
For more information on recycling electronics in Oklahoma, please visit Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality.*
Oregon
In 2007 the state of Oregon passed a law establishing a statewide program that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to provide responsible recycling opportunities for Oregon residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Oregon, please visit Oregon E-Cycles* or call 1-888-532-9253.
Pennsylvania's Covered Device Recycling Act
In 2010 the state of Pennsylvania passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Pennsylvania residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Pennsylvania please visit Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.*

As the manufacturer of Insignia and Dynex televisions Best Buy supports the Manufacturer's Recycling Leadership Program in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. For covered electronics items that cannot be accepted at a Best Buy store please visit the Manufacturer's Recycling Leadership Program* for additional free and convenient collection opportunities.
Rhode Island Electronics Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recycling Act
The state of Rhode Island pass a law in 2008 which requires manufacturers of certain electronics devices to finance a program that provides Rhode Island households a reasonably convenient system of collection and recycling opportunities for certain electronic devices. For more information on electronics recycling in Rhode Island, please visit Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.*
E-Cycle South Carolina
In 2010 the state of South Carolina passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for South Carolina residents. For more information on recycling electronics in South Carolina, please visit E-Cycle South Carolina.*
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
The Texas Computer Equipment Recycling Act and the Texas Television Equipment Recycling Program require manufacturers of certain electronic products to provide Texas household consumers with free collection, reuse and recycling opportunities for those devices. For more information on recycling computers and televisions in Texas, please visit www.TexasRecyclesComputers.org* or www.TexasRecyclesTVs.org.*
Vermont E-Cycles
In 2010 the state of Vermont passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Vermont residents. For more information on recycling electronics in Vermont, please visit Vermont E-Cycles.*
Virginia
All collection, recycling, and reuse of computer equipment complies with § 10.1-1425.38 regarding sound environmental management. For more information on Virginia's Computer Recovery and Recycling Act, please visit the Department of Environmental Quality's Computer and Electronics Recycling homepage.*
E-Cycle Washington
In 2007 the state of Washington passed a law which requires manufacturers of certain electronic equipment to operate system of collection and recycling opportunities for Washington resident, or participate in the state run program.
For more information on recycling electronics in Washington, please visit E-Cycle Washington.*
E-Cycling West Virginia
In 2008, the state of West Virginia passed an electronics recycling law that requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for West Virginia residents. In the 2009–2010 West Virginia legislative session, Senate Bill 398 was passed banning electronics from West Virginia landfills, effective January 1, 2011.
For more information on recycling electronics in West Virginia and the electronics landfill ban, please visit e-Cycling West Virginia.*
E-Cycle Wisconsin
In 2009, the state of Wisconsin passed an electronics recycling law which requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to finance a system of collection and recycling opportunities for Wisconsin residents. The law also bans the disposal of several types of electronics from landfills and incinerators, including TVs, cell phones, and computers. For more information on recycling electronics in Wisconsin, please visit E-Cycle Wisconsin.*

Standalone Haul-Away for $199.99.

If you’re not making a purchase and simply need old products hauled away, we can remove and recycle up to a total of 2 large products (including TVs, major appliances, all-in-one computers and monitors), along with an unlimited number of select smaller products, for $199.99.

We can’t haul away fitness equipment with Standalone Haul-Away. Other product restrictions apply.

Services we can’t perform when visiting your home:

  • Disconnecting, unmounting or uninstalling your old products.
  • Removing doors, frames, molding or trim to allow for transport of your products.
  • Removing railings, wall hangings or other affixed obstacles that prohibit transport of your products.
  • Modification to any cabinetry, flooring or walls.
  • Hauling away items that present a health or safety hazard.

Please note that once we haul away your products, they can’t be returned.

Read about the precautions we’ll take to help prevent the spread of illness and keep everyone as safe as possible.
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We’ll recycle your products responsibly.

With your help, we’ve collected over 2 billion pounds of e-waste and appliances, making us the nation’s largest retail collector of e-waste.

We’ll ship your old product to one of our trusted recycling partners, where they’ll determine if your product can be repaired, recycled or repurposed into new products.

Learn more about our sustainability efforts