Costco Black Friday 2015 Ad Released

Posted: Nov 13 2015, 3:23pm CST | by , in News | Black Friday


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Costco Black Friday 2015 Ad Released

The Costco Black Friday 2015 ad has been officially released online.

The Costco Black Friday 2015 Ad has been released online at The membership retailer has earlier released a Pre-Thanksgiving Ad that many have mistaken for the Costco Black Friday ad. The confusion stems from the time frame the deals are valid in the Costco Pre-Thanksgiving Ad. With November 30, the overlap the deals advertised in the special Thanksgiving Weekend Costco ad.

The Costco Black Friday 2015 sale will be from Black Friday, November 27 to November 29. Costco's stores open at a relaxed 9am on Black Friday. It is not clear when the Costco Black Friday 2015 sales begins online. The Costco ad marks the deal that are available online.

As complained already about the Costco Pre-Thanksgiving Ad, Costco is only specifying instant savings and not final prices on the listed deals. 40% off ona KitchenAid 4.5qt Tilt-Head Stand Mixer sounds like a decent deal. The instant savings of $50 on the Xbox One Lego Movie bundle is an Xbox One deal that can be found anywhere on Black Friday. Same with the PS4 deal. $50 off is what all retailers offer at least. There are many better console deals advertised.

The full Costco Black Friday 2015 ad is available on

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