Costco Pre-Thanksgiving Savings 11/20/15 to 11/30/15

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Costco has published its Pre-Thanksgiving Savings on its website.

Costco Pre-Thanksgiving Savings 1

In previous years, the Costco receipt checkers at the exit would hand out the sales booklet. We didn’t see them handing it out this past weekend. Did you?

We were at the store late on Saturday and it was super busy, so I’m not sure if they had run out of them? Or, maybe they’re just handing them out this week.

Anyway, you can check out the items online: Costco Pre-Thanksgiving Savings

There are some savings that are valid from 11/20 to 11/30, some from 11/20 to 11/25 only, and some are online only offers that are valid from 11/20 to 11/30/15.

There are savings for lots of TVs as always. In addition to the TVs, here are some other savings you might find of value:

Royal Portable Charger (11/20 to 11/30)

The savings for the items listed below are available from 11/20 to 11/25/15 only:

Tramontina Skillet Set

– Mikasa Swirl Bone China Set

– Mikasa 65-Piece Flatware Set

– Kirkland Signature Queen Sheet Set

– Schott Zwiesel Stemless Wine Glass

– Ike Behar Ladies’ Reversible Wrap

– KBell Ladies’ Sherpa Slipper Socks

– Waring Pro Belgian Waffle Maker

– Nutri Ninja Complete Extraction System

– Stacking Porcelain Bowl Set

– Flameless LED Wax Candle Set

– Boogie Board Jot 8.5 LCD E-Writer

– KerryGold Pure Irish Butter

Will you be heading to Costco on those days to take advantage of the extra savings? I think I may try to pick up the portable charge, sheet set and the Ike Behar wrap. The discounts are great for the Mikasa sets too.

Anyway, check out the extra savings and plan your shopping list! 🙂

  • Tina

    they were handing out the booklets at the santa clara costco last sunday

    • Olli

      hi Tina,
      Thanks for the feedback. Glad to hear they are handing those out. I’m surprised we didn’t get one on Saturday but it doesn’t matter since Costco now publishes them online.
      Regards,
      Olli