Costco Thanksgiving Weekend Coupons – Black Friday Sales

November 17th, 2009 · 7 Comments

Costco Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book

Costco Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book

If you haven’t gotten your coupon book for the Costco Thanksgiving Weekend Savings, you can now pick those up at your local Costco.  In my area they definitely don’t mail these out, you can only get them by stopping by the store.  This coupon book covers Black Friday, as well as the Saturday and Sunday following Thanksgiving too.  And don’t forget that Costco, like most retailers, will be opening early on Friday, November 27th at 9 am.  Also, don’t forget that this is the weekend that they hand out the latest Costco cookbook: Home Cooking the Costco Way, with lots of recipes using Costco products.

In this coupon book, there are 26 coupons that you can use in the warehouses for more than $1,000.00 in savings.  As well as several great holiday savings deals that you can find at; 20 listed in the coupon book.  All of these coupons are only valid while supplies last; no rain checks, I guess.  I’ve created a PDF for  the Thanksgiving Weekend Costco Coupon Book that you can download (1.15 MB) and browse through if you haven’t picked yours up yet.

As usual, there are several items that would make for great gifts for the holidays, such as a camera, or a digital picture frame.  There are also a couple of televisions and some GPS units too.  If you’re looking for something less techy, they’ve got a deal on a heated throw blanket that sounds really wonderful for snuggling up on the couch, as well as things like flannel pants and slippers.  Here are a couple of my favorite deals:

  • KitchenAid Stand Mixer Professional HD Series, $50.00 off for a final price of $229.99; limit 3 – This is a really great deal on a truly awesome mixer.  I love my KitchenAid mixer!  It’s a bit of an investment because they definitely aren’t cheap, however, they’ll last forever.  My mom’s is still running strong after more than 25 years.  How many other things around the house can you say that about?  This particular model is the good kind that the bowl moves up and down on too.  It’s also got a 475-watt motor, all metal construction, and a 5-quart stainless steel bowl.  You will also get the whisk, paddle and bread hook attachments.  You can get it in various colors, but they say that will vary by location.  When I bought mine, also at Costco, it was by far the best deal that could be found on a KitchenAid mixer.  It makes an incredible gift for someone else, or yourself.  It makes all of that holiday baking a breeze!
  • iTunes $60.00 Gift Card Pack, 4 – $15.00 cards, $8.00 off for a final price of $47.99; no limit – I’ve got an iPod and an iPhone and I’ve never purchased anything off of iTunes.  However, that’s probably because I’ve old and not cool enough to update my music library all that often.  Seriously though, this is a really great way to save some money on iTunes purchases.  So, if you’re going to buy some, why wouldn’t you take advantage of a deal like this?  Plus, these are small enough to be mailed easily or stuffed in a stocking.
  • Hitachi 18 Volt Lithium 4-Piece Rechargeable Cordless Tool Set, $100.00 off for a final price of $199.99; limit 1 – This is a really nice set of tools that would be a great gift for someone that just bought a new house.  Or, for someone that would just like some nice cordless tools (like me).  In the set you get a drill, a reciprocating saw, a circular saw, and a lantern, plus 2 quick charge batters, the 30 minute charger, and a carrying case.   Having a cordless circular saw or reciprocating saw would be so nice when you don’t have access to power without unrolling 25 foot of extension cord.

There are some really nice deals that you can take advantage of over Thanksgiving weekend, so be sure to carve out some time to head over to Costco to do some shopping!


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7 Responses so far ↓

  1. 1 Natina // 2010.02.09 at 8:56 pm

    Here is the link to all of the Costco cookbooks. Love this store!

  2. 2 Eloise // 2010.01.02 at 4:23 am

    I love this site nearly as much as I love Costco! Thanks for the link for the 2008 cookbook.

    You can view and download a copy of the 2009 cookbook here:

  3. 3 Suzanne Chang // 2009.11.23 at 3:55 pm

    Glad to hear that your hubby is doing better!

    FYI- I went to my local Costco in Sacramento, CA over the weekend and they weren’t handing out the Costco cookbooks yet. They said that they’re giving them away on Black Friday!

  4. 4 Dave // 2009.11.20 at 6:28 pm

    @LS Greene, it’s unlikely you’ll see a PDF of the Costco Cookbook since, if memory serves, it’s a couple hundred pages long.

    • 5 Kimberly // 2009.11.30 at 8:09 am

      Actually, they did post them previously, using the same software that they use to publish the Costco Connection monthly magazine ( However, I can’t seem to find any years beyond 2008 right now. Here’s the link for that cookbook though:
      My guess is that they just haven’t published the 2009 cookbook online yet. I’ll keep looking for 2009 and post the link when they get it published!

  5. 6 LS Greene // 2009.11.20 at 5:06 pm

    For those of us who will be out of town, is there any way to get a PDF download of the Costco cookbook. I’d love to see it.

    Love this site. Thanks for all your hard work. I’ve tried many things because of your recommendations.

    One of the best things that have is a Cuisinart digital 6 qt pressure cooker for $70. That’s half what you’d pay elsewhere and it’s a great cooker. Cuisinart also offers a 3 yr warranty which is unheard of anymore. The new digital pressure cookers are so much safer, and pressure cooking allows you to have good food fast.

  6. 7 Heather - Dollar Store Crafts // 2009.11.17 at 6:51 pm

    Shopping at Costco on black friday is actually a good idea, too, because people are usually out shopping at the “big” sales… so it won’t even be as crowded as it usually is! Woot.

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