Screen damage caused by falls, bumps, and accidental movements at work or school, or the dreaded dead pixel problems that affected previous MacBook models much more frequently than today, have made Apple repair technicians quite busy. Their store-level repair capabilities may vary from store to store, but many Best Buys don't have Mac technicians on-site. If your Mac is more than seven years old, you'll need to go to a repair shop other than an Apple store to get it fixed. The cost of repair tends to decrease over time, so repairing older MacBook Airs will be cheaper than newer models.
Best Buy does have iPhone technicians and offers screen repair for iPhones (sometimes same-day repairs are available). Knowing the basic parts that are required to complete your MacBook screen repair will help you select the right service for your needs. I have a page dedicated to the costs of repairing the MacBook Pro screen and offering screen repair services for MacBook Pro. Making a wise choice for screen repair can make the difference between getting an affordable quality repair and an expensive repair that doesn't last as long as it should. If you're looking for a reliable and cost-effective way to get your Mac's screen fixed, you should consider going to an independent repair shop.
These shops often offer competitive prices and can provide quality repairs in a timely manner. Additionally, they may be able to source parts from third-party suppliers, which can help keep costs down. If you're looking for a quick fix, you can always try DIY repairs. However, this is not recommended as it can be difficult to find the right parts and tools, and it's easy to make mistakes that could end up costing you more in the long run.
It's best to leave Mac repairs to the professionals.