Costco US Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book: November 27 – 29, 2015

November 23rd, 2015 · No Comments

Costco US has a lot of coupon books going on right now, so be sure that you make the most of these savings.  The Thanksgiving Weekend coupon book starts on Black Friday, November 27, as well as the Saturday and Sunday following Thanksgiving too; it runs November 27 – 29, 2015 but really just while supplies last.  And don’t forget that Costco, like most retailers, will be opening early on Friday, November 27 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.  And of course, there are even more deals to be had at Costco.com, with the added advantage of no lines, no parking, and you can start shopping whenever you want on Thanksgiving day, November 26, 2015.

Costco US Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book: November 27 - 29, 2015

Costco US Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book: November 27 – 29, 2015

In this coupon book, there are 36 coupons that you can use in the warehouses for pretty impressive savings, all of which are Instant Savings deals.  There are also 27 great holiday savings deals that you will be able to find only at Costco.com.  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 2015 PDF so that you can browse through it now if you haven’t picked one up.   You can also view the Black Friday warehouse deals at the Costco US website. 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.  This coupon book doesn’t seem to be quite as electronics/television heavy as they sometimes are at this time of year, which I think is great.  Of course, there are still plenty of good deals for things like that too.   However, since there are nice deals for everything from an Xbox to a fresh pork loin, you will certainly find something that is right for you and your holiday shopping needs.  Here are just a couple of stand-out deals to me:

  • Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal Plus Upright Vacuum Cleaner, $180.00 off, final price $389.99; limit 5.  This is an amazingly huge savings 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, you might not hate to vacuum so much anymore if you have one of these.  I really want one, but of course, a teeny tiny version.  This is certainly one of the things that I think could fly off the shelves because of the incredibly large discount.  So, if you’ve got your heart set on getting one of these, I would make sure to be at Costco when they open on Friday.  I also just want to point out that this comes with all of the tools and a bag to store them in; apparently, there’s a version for about the same price that doesn’t have the tools and bag so be sure you price compare the right one.   If you can’t make it, or don’t want to face going to your local Costco store, you can also get this deal at Costco.com.
  • Dyson V6 Motorhead Plus Cordless Rechargable Stick Vacuum Cleaner, $125.00 off, final price less than $245 (based on price at Costco.com); limit 5.   If the full sized vacuum cleaner isn’t necessary, then you might prefer this nice cordless version from Dyson.  I’ve been debating with myself about getting one of these for a while now and think even I would be persuaded by the $125.00 savings.  I love the idea of a cordless vacuum cleaner because I hate being tethered to an outlet and always having to move the cord out of the way.  Why is it that the cord always seems to be in the way, no matter if you just moved it or not?  One of the other benefits of this one is that you can convert it into a handheld cleaner too, which would make it great for cleaning furniture, stairs, or even your car.  Like the big Dyson, this one also comes with a tool set.  The bad news is that it can only clean for about 20 minutes on a charge.  This deal is also available at Costco.com if you can’t or don’t want to make it to your local Costco.
  • Battery Tender 3.0 AMP Battery Charger and Maintainer, $8.00 off, final price of $29.99; limit 2. I know this isn’t like a WOW gift or anything, but they’re very useful.  I have a Battery Tender Junior for my motorcycle (which I highly recommend for anyone with a bike that won’t be riding it in the winter) and it is a great way of keeping your battery charged and in good shape during a period when you won’t be using your vehicle regularly.  The Battery Tender has a  four-step charging program (initialization, bulk charge, absorption mode and float mode) that allows for optimization of battery power, without overcharging.  Once it is done charging, it automatically switches to float/maintenance voltage so that your battery will be ready when you need it and won’t be at risk of overcharging (which isn’t good as you can imagine).  This is the perfect thing to pick up for any vehicle you plan to not drive or ride during the inhospitable winter months.  I’m a big fan to the Battery Tender and think that they are an ideal way to keep your batteries charged and ready, even when you’re not going to be taking your car, bike, lawnmower, or whatever out anytime soon.  I’ve had mine for years and it always worked well and kept my bike ready to go when I was (obviously, it wasn’t on the bike when it was in storage but it is back on it now).
  • Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries and Charger, $8.00 off; limit 10.  If you find that you just can’t get away from needing batteries for things like flashlights, remotes, toys, or whatever, you really might want to consider the Eneloop rechargeable batteries.  My mom has some of these and has found that they work really well and obviously, it cuts down on the expense of buying batteries all of the time and you don’t get stuck with things not working until you can get new batteries.  The package at Costco comes with the charger unit as well as eight AA and four AAA batteries, as well as two C and D battery spacers.  You can re-charge each of the batteries up to 2100 times, which should keep you powered for a number of years.  The charger can accept four batteries, in pairs (as in, you need at least two batteries of the same size charging) at a time.  I think this is a great way to cut down on the waste from buying batteries all of the time, plus it is much more convenient.
  • Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity and Sleep Monitor Wristband, $23.00 off, final price $74.99; limit 10.   This might be a great item to pick up for yourself, or someone else that wants one (though I am always weary of giving fitness gifts to people as it could send an unkind message).  You can use it to track how much you are up and moving around during the day and help you to meet your fitness goals.  I think these could be a really useful tool in getting and staying fit.  And as we all know, that is something that almost everyone strives for at the beginning of a new year.  This isn’t really a fun gift, but if it helps people become healthier, then that is the gift that keeps on giving.  I’ve known a few people who have these, or similar fitness bands and have found them so useful and have used them to increase their activity level by just making a few easy changes.  I think the savings of $23.00 makes this a fair price too.

Those are just a couple of things that I wanted to point out, they’re not really exciting things but are great value.  There are also some nice little savings on PJs and thermal shirts for men and women too that are worth considering.  And don’t forget that you can shop on November 26th (actual Thanksgiving Day) at Costco.com, but you’ll have to wait until November 27 at 9 am to take advantage of the deals at your local warehouse.

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