Costco Black Friday 2018 Deals Ad Sales: Microsoft Surface Pro, Under $200 Windows Laptops, 4K UHDTV, Wearables

Costco Black Friday 2018 Deals Ad Sales Preview: Costco released its 23-pages Black Friday 2018 ad and announced its sales, store hours and online deals start time.2 min


Costco Black Friday 2018 Deals Ad Sales: Microsoft Surface Pro 6, Under $200 Laptops, 4KTVs, Wearable

Costco Black Friday 2018 Deals Ad Sales Preview: Costco released its 23-pages Black Friday 2018 ad and announced its sales, store hours and online deals start time.


Costco might not be the ideal shopping destination to grab electronics like TVs, laptops and gaming systems, but it is one of the few retailers that offers multiple Xbox One bundles. There’s a quite better opportunity that Costco members already considering to purchase on Black Friday sales. For as non-members shoppers, it’s one of the first stores you should look for all kind of Black Friday deals so long as you have a membership card. The deals leaked earlier this week, and so we’ve got a full coverage at their Black Friday ad. Let’s take a look what are the Black Friday deals for the savvy shoppers.

Not all of Costco’s Black Friday deals starts at the same definite time. Instead, the membership-only chain is dividing up its Black Friday sale in a 10-day stretch of deals. The initial wave of Black Friday deals kicks off on November 6th throughout the 15th. The next couple of sales go beyond a little, offering members a tons of heavily discounted electronics on the shelves.

Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy and Target have unveiled their respective Black Friday deals also. But if you opt to brave at Costco’s in-club location, we’ll be including more deals leading to the Black Friday itself to reflect what’s currently being offered. Some of the deals are online only or in-warehouse exclusive — not both — so we’ve itemized the availability of the products.

Costco Black Friday Deals Currently Available Right Now, Ends on November 16th:

  • Acer R11 11.6-inch Chromebook — $199.99 (regularly $289)
  • Samsung 50-inch 4K UHD HDR LCD TV — $329.99 (regularly $399)
  • Apple iPad 9.7-inch 6th-Gen 128GB — $349.99 (regularly $399)


Costco Black Friday Deals Available Starting On November 16th, Concludes on November 26th:

  • Samsung 43-inch 4K UHD Smart HDR LED TV — $279.99 (regularly $360)
  • Samsung 65-inch 4K UHD Smart HDR LED TV — $649.99 (regularly $749.99)
  • Surface Pro 6: Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB w/ Type Cover and Surface Pen (Save $200)
  • Surface Pro 6: Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB w/ Type Cover and Surface Pen (Save $200) online only
  • Vizio 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos soundbar — $399 (regularly $449.99)
  • Netgear Orbi 3-pack mesh Wi-Fi system — $399 (regularly $499.99)
  • Ring Video Doorbell 2 with a Ring Chime and 1 year of cloud video service — (Save $40)
  • Samsung Galaxy S9, S9+, or Note 9 — Free $300 Costco gift card

Costco Black Friday Deals Available Starting On November 22nd, Ends on November 26th:

  • Apple iPad 9.7-inch 6th-Gen 32GB (Save $70) online only
  • Asus ROG 17.3-inch Gaming Laptop (Save $300)
  • Acer R13 13.3-inch Chromebook — $289 (regularly $389.99) online only
  • Arlo Pro 3-pack home security system (Save $170)
  • Canon EOS SL2 3-lens bundle — $679.99 (regularly $829.99) online only
  • Nikon D3500 2-lens bundle — $499.99 (regularly $599.99)
  • Xbox One S with 2 controllers and 3-months of Game Pass Bundle — $229 (regularly $299.99)
  • Xbox One X with Forza Horizon 4 and 3-months of Game Pass regularly — $429 (regularly $499)
  • LG 32-inch gaming monitor (Save $200) online only
  • Bose SoundLink on-ear wireless headphones — $99 (regularly $159.99)
  • Fitbit Versa smartwatch — $149 (regularly $199.99)

Costco’s rival membership wholesale club also releases their Black Friday 2018 ads: Sam’s Club Pre- and Black Friday Deals Ad and BJ’s Wholesale Club Black Friday Deals Ad.


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Edison Tongol

Edison has been in the business since 2007, when he joined The Centrio Times (now Centrio News). There, he covers about e-commerce, major tech companies, startups and fast-growing small-medium businesses across all industries as well as sporting news.