Customers can bring in no more than two (2) accepted items per day, per household, for recycling at no charge to participating stores. Items accepted for recycling include televisions and monitors up to 32, computers, phones, cameras, and "other electronics devices and peripherals" .
The following items are not accepted through this program:
- Televisions or monitor screens greater than 32
- Console televisions
- Air conditioners
Best Buy said it will work with its stores, recycling partners, and manufacturers to evaluate the success of the test and determine options for scaling it across the U.S.
Best Buy continues to offer the following recylcing options in all U.S. stores:
- Recycling kiosks for ink cartridges, rechargeable batteries, cell phones, CDs, DVDs, and PDA/smart phones
- Appliance and television haul-away: Best Buy will remove an old or obsolete appliance or television free of charge from a consumers' home when a new product is purchased and delivered by Best Buy Home Delivery or Geek Squad Home Theater Installation Service.
- Appliance and television pick-up: For $100, Best Buy will arrange a home visit to remove up to two (2) appliance units and/or televisions for recycling, with $20 for each additional unit.
- Tech Trade-In: Visit www.bestbuytradein.com to trade in select gently used electronics for a Best Buy gift card.