NerdWallet reviews the best Black Friday 2012 ads of the Thanksgiving season with analyses of the deals. Come back to see if your favorite retailer has leaked its ad and we’ll let you know what’s a good buy and what’s not worth your hard earned cash.
Costco, the extremely popular wholesale warehouse superstore, has had its Black Friday ad hit the web. Costco will open at 9am on Black Friday – thankfully bucking the trend of pushy Thanksgiving sales – and continue its deals until Sunday.
Of the ad, pages 4 – 8 list items available in-store, while pages 9 – 12 contain Costco Black Friday items you can grab online. Pages 1 – 3 are promotional pages.
Here are all 12 ad scan pages, containing 76 Black Friday items. Check out our thoughts on the deals below the ad scans.
Remember that because Costco is a wholesale store, you’ll be able to buy some Black Friday items in quantity. There’s no limit on any of the apparel items, so if you need multiple pairs of pajamas for whatever reason, go for it.
Buying items like socks in quantity might be more practical, however, so if you’re in the market for warmer feet, check out Costco’s ladies’ no-show sock packs for $6.99 and ladies’ world’s softest socks for $6.99 a pack as well.
You can also score select electronics in quantities too. There’s a limit of 3 on the Canon HF-R300 1080p HD Camcorder, the Sony 3D Blu-ray Player with Built-in WiFi, the Panasonic DMC-ZS19 14MP 20x Zoom Digital Camera and others.