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posted: Nov. 26, 2011 @ 12:04a
Seems like a good deal on the Canon Color Laser All-in-one MF8080CW Printer. Regular $449; $200 off on Monday.
posted: Nov. 26, 2011 @ 9:46a
Very underwhelming deals, but thanks for posting.
posted: Nov. 26, 2011 @ 10:24a
i dislike costco ads in general, never show the price just say the discount, mehh
posted: Nov. 26, 2011 @ 10:37a
I'm looking at the ipod docking by kicker which already has the $20 discount 'till 12/9. Will this price stay the same on this Monday?
posted: Nov. 26, 2011 @ 11:38a
I am intensely curious about the Tur-duc-hen. And the laptops. But mostly the tur-duc-hen. Thanks for posting OP!
posted: Nov. 27, 2011 @ 11:34a
i want to know final cost, not discount !!! why dont they ever just put the price someone on it too? I lov costco, but not when you are looking for a deal, only when you are to lazy to look !
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posted: Nov. 27, 2011 @ 11:56a
cheapblood said: i want to know final cost, not discount !!! why dont they ever just put the price someone on it too? I lov costco, but not when you are looking for a deal, only when you are to lazy to look !
This comes up every time there is a Costco ad. Prices vary in different regions. Prices are likely higher in some regions over others. Go online, look up price, subtract the quoted discount.
posted: Nov. 27, 2011 @ 12:33p
Just did a quick search on Amazon and this AIO is shipped from J&R for $290. It is pretty much the same as Costco with tax. If you cannot even provide useful information, how come you become so arrogant? This does not reflect well on Costco's part.
aqan said: BLASK said: i dislike costco ads in general, never show the price just say the discount, mehh
our price is already too low to advertise.. throw in a discount..... we may even have to show black squares instead of product pictures in future.
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posted: Nov. 27, 2011 @ 2:05p
"Manufacturers coupons", rebates, etc. typically don't show selling price. These are effectively what Costco is distributing. There's are not national ads and they don't produce ads for each local warehouse as supermarkets often do for their stores or those in a small area. Prices at Costco warehouses vary somewhat by location and sometimes commodity prices in this economy change very rapidly while extra "discounts" are negotiated and "published" in advance. If you don't like how Costco does business and prefer another store, by all means shop where you prefer. If you shop at a Costco warehouse you can figure the approximate coupon value, usually 20-30 percent. The business method has worked for more than 50 million members, the employees, and even the stockholders who are in the short-term put at the bottom of the chain, over the longer time have benefited well.
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posted: Nov. 27, 2011 @ 2:13p
costco never shows price....
posted: Nov. 27, 2011 @ 2:14p
fyi the jbl speaker for ipod/iphone is regularly priced at $300, black friday is $100 off... $200.... mmmm
posted: Nov. 28, 2011 @ 6:58a
The play tent with tunnel is a good deal. This is the highest rated one I've been able to find (much better than the $20 cheapies at Walgreens and BB&B), and the sale price is about $15 lower than Amazon.
posted: Nov. 28, 2011 @ 7:34a
It's frustrating that Costco doesn't show prices on all items, but I understand why. They do vary locations by price. B&M where I live is often cheaper than online. They also preserve pricing flexibility. If they can squeeze a few dollars more out of their suppliers, they drop the price, even though the ad is already printed. This is particularly common with electronics. I can say from 20 years as a member and not quite that many doing business deals with them that they are fixated on two things: 1) weeding out the crap and stocking only quality products, and 2) offering significant savings to members vs. other retailers. It's quite a compelling combination. Their prices aren't always going to beat FatWallet Hot Deals, but they're always worth a look, and the return policy blows away anybody else selling branded goods.
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