The Costco ad booklet comes to me every month and I, honestly, look forward to it. Their highest quality products, if they come with discounts, are even better. I usually write about food items that I grab from Costco, but now I’m going to tell you about six electronic bargains you should have in your home.
My apartment is full of electronics that I have bought at Costco, and everyone who knows me, knows that I’m a top-notch tech lover. Since I also get my food at Costco, and I even make lists of products that I have been discovering over time, I seize the drive to the store when I need to replace some appliance or electronic device. I didn’t add furniture to this list, but we’ve got a different article about that here. Go and check it afterwards!
Tricks and checks to know that I am really buying a bargain in a supermarket Costco
It is always wise to check multiple supermarkets before making a purchase, even if something is on sale. Popular options in the United States include Walmart, Kroger, Costco, Trader Joe´s, Albertson‘s, and Publix. Sometimes it is better to resist the temptation altogether and evaluate if you really need it – saving you money in the long run.
- 1. Compare prices – it is important to compare prices between different supermarkets to make sure you are getting a good deal.
- 2. Check unit prices – it’s important to compare the unit prices of products to make sure you are getting the best value for money.
- 3. Check expiration dates – make sure to check the expiration dates on products before you buy them.
- 4. Buy in bulk – it’s often cheaper to buy in bulk, so consider buying in larger quantities if it’s a product you use regularly.
- 5. Look for discounts – look for special offers, buy-one-get-one-free deals, and discounts on items you regularly use.
- 6. Use coupons – coupons can be a great way to save money on items you use.
- 7. Shop at discount stores – discount stores often have great deals on items that are just as good as the ones from more expensive stores.
- 8. Use loyalty cards – many supermarkets offer loyalty cards that give you discounts on items you regularly buy.
The best of December in Costco
Some products featured in the brochure are up to 33% off! I have left my favorite of the list for last, so you better give this list a complete read.
Belkin BOOST CHARGE PRO 3-in-1 Wireless Charger, with MagSafe 15W
The wireless charger of this well-known brand can charge up to three devices at once. It delivers 15W wireless charging power, and its original price is $119.99. However, if you hurry up, you can buy it for $89.99.
Charge devices such as iPhone 13 and 14, Apple Watch, Airpods and the different Samsung smartphones and tablets. You can also change the direction to be able to Facetime or record a video while charging. This article is for club members only.
Roku Ultra 4K + Roku Stuck 4k, both with Voice Remote
Roku are top-notch streaming devices, I don’t have to explain a lot. They do not overheat, which means they will not become slow. They perform super-fast startup and come with Voice Search & Control. Works with popular voice assistants like Google Home or Alexa, stream in 4k, HDR 10+ & Dolby Vision.
The online price is $129, but only for November you will get both for $89.99 at Costco, a $40 price cut!
LG ToneFree FP7C True Wireless Earbuds
These incredible eadbus work plugged or wireless, and works with even with devices without Bluetooth. Its UV Nano Charging Case kills 99.9% of Bacteria, keeping your earphones always clean. You’ll find them in your local Costco for only $89.99, a price cut of freaking $40 from 129.99!
Feit Electric Wi-Fi Smart Bulbs, 4-pack
These amazing bulbs are compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa, and you can set schedules for them to turn on or off. Their color or brightness can also be changed from the app, which is incredible to design your own lights moods in the different rooms of your house. The original price is $29.99, but with this month’s discount the final prices is $19.99, a reduction of almost 33%!
Winix True HEPA 4 Stage Air Purifier with Wi-Fi and Additional Filter
This smart air purifier allows you to control and monitor its operation through the Winix Smart application. Cleans the air of rooms up to 1740 square feet in one hour, 870 square feet in 30 minutes, 580 square feet in 20 minutes and 435 square feet in 15 minutes. In times like COVID’s, it is good to have a device that constantly filters the air.
Its original price is $129, but with this month’s 23% discount you can find it for $99.99. I wouldn’t wait that much, because the offer ends November, 6, while supplies last.
Oral-B Genius rechargeable Toothbrush, (2-pack)
This amazing electric toothbrush has six operating modes, plus pressure technology to keep your gums healthy. Additionally, it can be connected with Bluetooth with your smart device to improve cleaning habits.
Its price is $149.99, but in November there is a discount of $50. The final price this month is $99.99, just under the $100 to get on this list! Once again, the discount is a fantastic 33%.
Eureka Dashprint Dual Motor Upright Vacuum with Headlights
I already have at home everything I recommend, but this vacuum cleaner is my favorite of all the ones I’ve had.
It has front lights to better see the dust and dirt to be cleaned, while its extra large container has enough space for all that hair that your dog or cat leaves all over the house at the changes of season (it has a turbo option for pet hair).
The power cord is 30 feet (9.14 m) long and can be detached to clean furniture and surfaces above the floor. If you buy it in November, you’ll practically steal it for $99.99.
Apple HomePod Mini
This praised and celebrated smart device fills your room with a 360° surround-ish sound, which you can control with Siri. The assistant helps you in all daily tasks and can play the music you want.
It is designed by Apple to keep your data private and secure, and you can place several throughout your house for an interconnected sound system. Its price is $94.99, which is a total steal.