Costco US Thanksgiving Weekend Coupon Book

November 12th, 2011 · 5 Comments

Costco US Thanksgiving Weekend Coupons: November 25 - 27, 2011

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 25, 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 25th at 9 am.  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 this weekend, you’ll be able to pick up a copy of the latest Costco cookbook:  A Decade of Cooking the Costco Way.  The cookbook has around 300 recipes using Costco products.

In this coupon book, there are 59 coupons that you can use in the warehouses for pretty impressive savings.  There are also several great holiday savings deals that you will be able to find at; 11 listed in the coupon book.  In addition, there are going to be several Instant Savings offers on a variety of televisions (selection and deals vary by location).  All of these coupons are only valid while supplies last; no rain checks.  You can download the Costco US Thanksgiving Coupon Book PDF (or view it in the Google PDF viewer and browse through it now if you haven’t picked yours up yet.

As you would expect, there are several items that would make for great gifts for the holidays, such as cameras or a GPS unit for the techie types, a set of Circulon pots and pans, jewellery, or a huge tool kit for the less geeky.  There are also some deals on toys for the smaller people in your life too.  I don’t know what the gift giving etiquette is for exercise equipment, but if you’re in the market they have a couple of deals on exercise items too.  There are also some smaller purchase items too, things like flannel or fleece pants and slippers.

Here are a couple of my favourite deals in this coupon book:

  • Dyson DC25 Animal Ball Bagless Upright Vacuum, $100.00 off; limit 5 – This is an amazing deal on what I’ve heard is the best vacuum cleaner ever, especially if you have pets.  Sometimes the regular Costco coupon book will have a Dyson coupon, but it’s for like (what I consider absurdly low amounts) $15.00 or $12.00 off.  And if you’ve ever priced one of these, you know that that doesn’t really make a dent in the cost.  But $100.00 off can make a rather big difference, even on a price of close to $400.00.  They don’t have this exact model on the Costco website, yet, but they will for the Thanksgiving weekend apparently, because the savings applies at too.  Of course, for now, that makes it difficult to know what the exact price will be, unfortunately.  In any case, I’ve heard extremely good things about all of the Dyson vacuum cleaners, but especially this one geared towards pet owners.  I have a friend that has two dogs and she swears that there’s nothing better than the Dyson on pet hair.  So, if you’re looking for something to really get your floor and furniture clean, you should really consider this Dyson deal.
  • Canon Elph 310 HS Camera, $60.00 off; limit 3 – I love, love, love my Canon cameras.  I’ve got two of them and have not found a better point and shoot digital camera.  We had a Nikon for a while but it just couldn’t hold a candle to the Canon for picture quality or ease of use.  The 310 HS is a 12.1 megapixel camera with 8x wide angle optical zoom, and it also records full 1080p HD video with stereo sound.  It also has Canon’s Digic 4 image processor which allows for features such as high-speed continuous shooting, full HD video and face detection self-timer. The updated processor also has improved low-light capabilities.  No doubt, this is a great small camera if you want to take nice pictures but not have the hassle of a more elaborate (and large) camera. Along with the usual included items (battery charger, wrist strap, and assorted cables) Costco also includes a case and a 4GB  SD card so you can start enjoying your camera right away.  With the $60.00 off, the final price in the warehouse will be $199.99.  This would be great if you’re looking for a new camera for yourself or someone else.

Those are just two really great deals, in my opinion, in this Thanksgiving weekend coupon books.  However, there are several really great items with very impressive discounts.


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5 Responses so far ↓

  1. 1 Moreita chapman // 2012.11.07 at 8:37 pm

    I want to order the turducken. Impossible to do on line. Please help

  2. 2 Steve // 2011.11.21 at 11:47 am

    I also notice the first few pages mention deals on flat screen TVs (Samsung, etc). As someone wants to get the 3D Samsung bundle today (!) I wonder if it would be worth waiting? The coupon book doesn’t mention the TV discounts or which models. Any ideas based on past experience?

  3. 3 Mary // 2011.11.20 at 1:34 pm

    Also, is this for this year 2011? As there is still 2010 Thanksgiving information on this website. Whoever monitors this website should keep it current with current events only, and either archive all old stuff or delete it all together.

    • 4 Kimberly // 2011.11.20 at 2:02 pm

      @Mary – This is a personal blog. I assume people are smart enough to be able to read dates and judge accordingly whether they are reading the current and correct information for their purposes. Clearly, you can tell that this is the current coupon book since the cover is definitely marked for the dates in 2011.

  4. 5 Mary // 2011.11.20 at 10:29 am

    This is great. However, we have been members of Costco for years and they have never mentioned this once. Or offered us the booklet. 🙁 We go nearly every week, all year long.

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