Costco is one of the membership-only wholesale clubs feature packing its Black Friday ad with a slew of tech products including 4K Smart UHDTVs, gaming systems, tablets, laptops and among other electronics. The members should expect even more savings on Costco’s Black Friday deals and doorbusters this 2018.

The Costco Black Friday deals and doorbusters we’ve seen in the most recent holiday sales season mostly involved consumer electronics, from home appliances like televisions, home entertainment systems and consoles to personal devices like tablets and laptops.

Costco did not dismayed its members on its major home appliances deals last year. Therefore, it’s more likely that the warehouse chain will likely have a similarly deep discounts for this coming Black Friday 2018. If you’re ready to brave Costco in-store for most sought-after deals on electronics, chew over going directly to the technology isles. Without further adieu, here are the top Costco Black Friday deals we think you should consider buying. We came to these conclusions by collating the historical data from the past several holiday sales occasions. Make sure to keep a watch out for these following noteworthy deals on Black Friday 2018.

Expected Costco Black Friday 2018 Deals

  • 9.7-inch Apple iPad 128GB Storage for $369.99
  • 55-inch 4K HDR Smart LED UHD TV for $300
  • Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop for $700
  • Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd-Gen) for $170
  • Apple AirPods Bluetooth Earbuds for $120
  • Apple Watch Series 3 Smartwatch for $269.99
  • Sony PS4 Pro 1TB console Bundle for $320

In the previous years, the tech deals were the top selling items during Costco Black Friday sale. The easiest way to know Costco’s Black Friday 2018 deals is by digging down and looking onto its previous Black Friday ads, deals and sales details.

Costco’s Black Friday Ad Release Date

The Costco Black Friday 2018 ad will likely be out in the wild in the first week of November, most likely at midnight after Halloween Day.

Costco released its 14-page Black Friday ad on November 1st last year, featuring notable technology deals. Those deals that were available from November 24th to 27th, until supplies last. Costco surprised the shoppers when it released a supplementary Black Friday ad on the same day. The deals on the second part of Costco Black Friday ad featured deals that were available on November 17th to 27th, until supplies last as well.

Costco’s In-Store and Online Black Friday 2018 Deals Details

Costco will likely start its actual Black Friday 2018 sales on November 23rd. Costco members should get ready to land Black Friday deals as the warehouse club will open its physical stores at nine o’clock on Friday morning, Nov. 23.

Last year, Costco’s warehouses across the United States were closed on Thanksgiving, and re-opened on Friday at exactly 9AM local time. So, expect Costco to mirror same Black Friday game plan for 2018.

If you prefer to brave in-store, we suggest you to be arrive at your preferred Costco location store an hour before its doors opens at 9AM on Black Friday. The TV deals are typically one of the most south-after items on Black Friday. It’s most likely the tech deals with the deepest price cuts will be the first to sellout. If you’re looking to take home a new television set, make sure you’re in front the store as early as possible. The cheapest TV deals are usually in-store exclusives and listed as doorbusters.

Costco will reportedly start launching its online Black Friday deals a minute after midnight on Turkey Day. The Costco’s Black Friday online deals are expected to be available throughout the Cyber Week, until supplies last. Last year, Costco’s Black Friday deals were released online at costco.com on November 23rd to 27th.

See also Walmart Black Friday 2018 Ad Release, Target Black Friday 2018 Ad Preview, Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals To Expect, Expected Apple Black Friday 2018 Deals Ad and Kohl’s Black Friday 2018 Ad and Kohl’s Cash Advantage.


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Mark Julius

Originally from the Quezon City, Mark graduated from PUP with a B.S. in sports and video games. He served as Editor-in-Chief of The Pamantasan, the university newspaper, for a couple of years.