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Costco Black Friday 2015 Ad: Find the Best Costco Black Friday Deals

Oct. 22, 2015
Black Friday Ad Leaks, Shopping
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Don’t miss out on all of NerdWallet’s highly anticipated 2015 Black Friday ad leaks this season from your favorite stores! For announcements about the best holiday deals around, check back regularly before you start shopping. For year-round sales, use NerdWallet’s DealFinder tool.

The 2015 Costco Black Friday ad is here! We’ve flipped through the pages of this ad to help you find the best deals. Check out the highlights below.

Costco Black Friday 2015 Ad Scan

Costco Black Friday 2015

Costco members can cash in their privileges on Black Friday, when stores will open at 9 a.m. and all the deals listed below will remain in effect all weekend. But don’t wait too long, Costco members, because each of the items on special are available only while supplies last. Costco’s most impressive Black Friday deals are in tech and home furnishings, but a few other standouts in the Black Friday sale also are worth noting:

  • Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gaming consoles $50 off
  • $20 off a 2-pack of Google Chromecast sticks
  • $300 off Nikon D3300 two-lens DSLR camera kit with Wi-Fi adapter and a two-year warranty ($499.99)
  • $180 off Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal upright vacuum ($389.99)
  • $20 off WaterPik Ultra & Traveler Water Flosser combo ($59.99)
  • $400 off HP Envy 17.3-inch laptop with Intel Core i7 processor and backlit keyboard ($699.99)
  • $60 off Acer 15.6-inch Chromebook bundle with Intel Celeron processor, wireless mouse and $20 Google Play credit
  • $450 off Whirlpool 25-cubic-foot four-door stainless steel refrigerator with external refrigerated drawer ($1,499.99)
  • $600 off Osaki OS-3D Pro Cyber massage chair ($3,399.99)
  • $30 off Wine Enthusiast Silent 18-bottle dual-zone touchscreen wine refrigerator ($159.99)
  • $1,000 off 8-carat-total-weight round diamond bracelet ($8,999.99)  

If you like shopping at Costco, you’ll definitely want to check out the Black Friday deals at these similar retailers: Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

Visit our Black Friday landing page for up-to-date deal news from a wide range of retailers.

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Costco Black Friday Deals from 2014

Black Friday was a lengthy affair at Costco in 2014. The membership warehouse released a Black Friday ad as well as a Pre-Holiday Savings Event ad. Black Friday deals were available Nov. 28 through Nov. 30. The early holiday savings ran from Nov. 21 through Dec. 1.

Here’s a look back at some of the biggest deals from Thanksgiving weekend 2014:

  • HP Envy 15.6-inch TouchSmart laptop with BeatsAudio for $649.99 (regularly $799)
  • Dyson Ball DC65 Animal Plus upright vacuum for $439.99 (regularly $569.99)
  • Sony A5000 mirrorless two-lens camera kit ($400 off)
  • Sony 3D Blu-ray player with Wi-Fi ($62 off)
  • Keurig 2.0 K560 brewer ($25 off)

Discounted products in the Costco Pre-Holiday Savings Event included TVs, tablets, apparel, cookware and even groceries.

When browsing through both of Costco’s sale ads, shoppers needed to keep an eye out for the “also available at” notation to find out which deals could be purchased online and which ones were only at warehouse store locations.

For more details about the 2014 Costco Black Friday sale, take a look at our analysis of last year’s ad here.

Courtney Jespersen is a staff writer at NerdWallet, a personal finance website. Email: Twitter: @courtneynerd.

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