Ask and you shall receive, it seems. I was fortunate enough to have someone send me a copy of the Black Friday coupon book right after my post yesterday. If you haven’t gotten your coupon book for the Costco Thanksgiving Weekend Savings, you can now pick those up at your local Costco. Typically these are not mailed out; you can only get them by stopping by the store. This coupon book covers Black Friday, November 29, as well as the Saturday and Sunday following Thanksgiving too; it runs November 29 – December 1, 2013. And don’t forget that Costco, like most retailers, will be opening early on Friday, November 29 at 9 am and closing at 8.30 pm. Since the discounts in this coupon book are only available while supplies last, it might be a good idea to get there early on Friday if there’s something you really, really want.
Also, for anyone stopping by their local Costco during the Thanksgiving weekend, you can pick up a copy of the latest Costco cookbook, Enjoy Cooking the Costco Way. The cookbook has more than 200 recipes using Costco products. If you miss getting a copy at the store, you can also browse it, as well as previous versions, at the Costco Connection website. You can find all of the previous cookbooks listed here under the “Resources” tab at the left-hand side. This year’s cookbook isn’t up yet, of course, but will be added to the site sometime after Thanksgiving weekend.
In this coupon book, there are 38 coupons that you can use in the warehouses for pretty impressive savings. There are also 32 great holiday savings deals that you will be able to find only at Costco.com. In addition, there are going to be several Instant Savings offers on Samsung televisions, tablets, and more (selection and deals vary by location). All of these coupons are only valid while supplies last; no rain checks!! I’ve uploaded a copy of the Costco US Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book 2013 PDF (or view it in the Google PDF viewer) so that you can browse through it now if you haven’t picked yours up yet. There’s something for everyone in this coupon collection, I think, so be sure to check it out.
As you would expect there are plenty of electronics, computers, cameras and things like that with coupons or online deals in the book. It seems like most of the coupons are in the electronics area actually, with 16 of the in-store coupons and 9 of the online only deals for electronics type items. However, since there are nice deals for everything from a piano to power tools, you will certainly find something that is right for you and your holiday shopping needs. As always, there are a couple of stand-out deals to me:
- Dyson DC50 Multi-Floor Plus Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner, $100.00 off, limit 5. This is an amazingly huge amount off with this coupon. If you’ve been wanting one of these and drooling over them for months and months but just couldn’t bring yourself to pay the big price for it, this is the perfect opportunity for you. I’ve heard from several people who have Dyson vacuum cleaners that they really are the best vacuum cleaner for keeping your carpets and upholstery super clean and free from even a trace of pet hair, dust or dirt. They do such a good job of cleaning, plus they are lightweight and move so easily. I really want one, but of course, the small teeny tiny version.
- Cuisinart Prep 11 Plus Food Processor, $40.00 off, final price $99.99, limit 5. This is another item that can seem so expensive normally, but with this coupon and Costco’s great prices you’ll end up paying less than $100.00 for an excellent food processor. This is the food processor that I have (only this is possibly updated a bit) and it is outstanding. You can save so much time chopping or shredding with this, it is a must if you cook and/or bake a lot. I was amazed the first time I used it to chop up nuts for baklava. It made a horrible job go so quickly and I was thrilled because my hands didn’t hurt afterward either. It’s also perfect for making things like pesto, breadcrumbs, hummus, salsa, and even bread dough. This would be a wonderful Christmas gift, I think.
- Saeco Xsmall Automatic Espresso Machine, $100.00 off, final price $249.99. This is a Costco.com offer only. I don’t drink coffee or coffee drinks, but everyone else in my family does so I know how crazy expensive coffee machines can be and anytime you can save almost 30% on one, that is a great deal. It cleans itself, it grinds to your specifications, and it froths milk. What more could it do, really? If you have a coffee drinking person on your shopping list, this might be the perfect gift for them.
Those are just a couple of my favorite coupons in the Thanksgiving Weekend coupon book but there are so many excellent deals that I could have a huge list, but I didn’t want to bore anyone, so you should just look through the booklet for yourself. I will say that the “World’s Softest Socks” really are that soft and make a wonderful treat for feet during the cold weather ($3.00 off for a final price of $6.99 for 3 pairs). But remember, all of these deals are only available while supplies last. So, if there’s something you want, set your alarm and be sure to get there early, early, early so that you don’t miss out.