Costco is one of the largest warehouse-style stores in the country, and it sells a wide variety of items across its stores nationwide. From food to furniture to television sets, you can find pretty much everything there. Like most warehouse stores (similar to Sam’s Club and BJ’s Club), things that you buy at Costco are generally cheaper than things you would buy at some other big box retailer. How do their prices change during something like Black Friday?
Recently, a list of Costco’s Black Friday deals leaked, which means that we are able to take a sneak peek at them before the actual sale comes around. As a store that sells so many different kinds of things, I’m sure you can imagine that they have a wide variety of items on sale this year for Black Friday. In this article, I’ll talk about some of the deals that Costco has available for Black Friday this year. I’m not going to be able to get to all of them, though. If you want to view the complete list of deals from Costco this Black Friday, simply scroll to the bottom of this article and click the picture of the flyer. This will allow you to download the complete ad scan.
Best Costco 2016 Black Friday Deals:
- $50 off Xbox One S 500 GB Minecraft Bundle. The Xbox One S hasn’t been out for all that long, but it has already received rave reviews from gamers and critics alike. This bundle is inexpensive, and a great way to sink your teeth into Microsoft’s latest console. Available in-store.
- $100 off HP Omen 32″ QHD Gaming Monitor. As PC gaming becomes more popular, high quality computer monitors like these become more popular, too. This is a good chance to upgrade your set-up if you have one. Available online.
- $60 off Netgear AC1200 2 pk Range Extenders. If you’re looking to strengthen your house’s wireless Internet connection, range extenders like these are invaluable tools, and Netgear is known for their high quality connection products. This is a great deal. Available online.
- $80 off Saeco Fully Automatic Espresso Machine. These days, most people already own some kind of coffee maker. An espresso machine would let you take your early morning caffeine consumption to the next level! Available online.
- $20 off NutriBullet Prime. This comes with the NutriBullet, a 28 oz stainless steel cup, a 32 oz cup with handle, 2 grips, 2 lids, and 2 comfort lip rings. Quite the handy bundle! Available in-store.
- $1,200 off LG Twinwash 5000 Laundry Suite with Electric Dryer. Definitely a lot more expensive than a NutriBullet, but this is still a good overall special! It’s not that uncommon for people to use Black Friday as a chance to get new major appliances. Available online.
- $150 off HP Pavilion 23.8″ 1080p Touchscreen All-in-One Desktop. This computer boasts a powerful Intel Core i5 Processor, and buying an all-in-one like this is generally more convenient than buying a tower along with a monitor. Available in-store.
- $150 off Dell Inspiron 15 Gaming 7000 Series 15.6″ 1080p Laptop. There’s a common misconception that all gaming computers have to be heavy old towers. This laptop is great for someone looking to do some medium-light gaming on the run. Available online.
- $65 off Acer 14″ 1080p IPS Chromebook Bundle. Chromebooks are already pretty inexpensive, so this discount makes this almost a must-buy. The bundle appears to come with a mouse along with the computer. Available online.
- $300 off Cat 52″ Tool Chest and Cabinet Combo. Lots of people like to receive tools as gifts during the holidays, and so it’s important to remember that they need to have somewhere to keep them! This ool chest and cabinet combo is a good place to start. Available online.
- $5 off Titan 25-Piece Screwdriver Set. If you’re looking to replenish your screwdriver stash this holiday season, then this might be a good place to look to. These screwdrivers have magnetic tips, and they come with a storage rack. Available in-store.
- $100 off Kirkland Signature 41″ Tool Box. This isn’t quite as big as the tool chest I mentioned before, but this is slightly more inexpensive while also being available in-store for those who don’t like Black Friday shopping online. A good second-choice, if you need one. Available in-store.
As you can see, Costco is offering some pretty impressive deals for Black Friday shoppers this year. Whether you’re looking to buy things for yourself or looking to buy gifts for others, I think you can probably find what you’re looking for out of this lot. I wasn’t even able to get to every single deal that they’re offering in this article, unfortunately. If you want to be able to take a look at a complete list of what they’re offering this year, I suggest that you scroll to the bottom of this article and download their complete ad scan by clicking the image of the Costco flyer. Happy bargain hunting!
Costco Black Friday Hours & FAQs:
When does Costco open for Black Friday?
Costco will be opening its doors on 9 am on Black Friday.
2016 Costco Black Friday Hours:
Costco won’t be open on Thanksgiving, and it will be opening up on Black Friday at 9 am. They should be wrapping everything up on Black Friday by 8:30 pm. Given the quality of some of those deals, though, I have a feeling that they’ll run out of product a lot earlier than that.
Can you shop online or is it in-store only?
As I noted in the deal descriptions above, some of Costco’s deals this year are online only, and some of their deals are in-store only. They have special discounts on both online and in-store purchases for Black Friday this year.
What is the Costco return policy?
Costco’s return policy has a few wrinkles, but the rule of thumb is that they will accept returns within 90 days. However, certain items (like batteries, tires, and major appliances) may have different rules. I recommend that you check out Costco’s customer service website in order to familiarize yourself with some of the finer details of their return policy, if only to avoid an unpleasant surprise later on.
If you would like to view the full 4-page Black Friday 2016 ad scan for Costco, then all you have to do is click the image below to see the complete ad scan.