If you are a younger person gaining work experience, you will gain numerous skills and benefits from your time with Best Buy.
If you have bills, such as car payments, rent/mortgage, childcare etc., you will not be able to live comfortably off of the wages offered by Best Buy.
Should you obtain a management position, the trade off for pay, will be in the loss of your work/life balance. Salaried employees are quietly expected to work 50-60 hours / week, miss holidays, and be available 24/7, 365.
You are not allowed a truthful or genuine opinion at Best Buy if you wish to keep your job. Their annual "anonymous survey" is far from such. If you say anything against your management or the company; particularly if it threatens their "top 100" employer status, you will be "coached out."
I have spent years "coaching out" the bad seeds. After realizing there was truth to what some of them had to say, and that my personal life outside of a blue shirt had value, I would not recommend Best Buy to anyone looking for full time employment.
Abundance of high fives and pats on the back!