Costco Costco Holiday Deals Event: Mesh Metrex IV Office Chair $110, Hampton Modern Floor Lamp $100, Dearfoams Cotton Throw $30 + More Last Day of Costco's Holiday Deals Event!

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Shop gifts for yourself and everyone on your list at Costco, where their Holiday Deals Event is back for 2021.

As per tradition, you'll find new deals released every day throughout the two-week event โ€“ all deals are available online while supplies last and a Costco membership is required to shop.

We've listed today's batch of Holiday Deals to provide some gift-giving inspiration.

Day #13, December 12


Day #12, December 11


Day #11, December 10


Day #10, December 9


Day #9, December 8


Day #8, December 7


Day #7, December 6


Day #6, December 5


Day #5, December 4


Day #4, December 3


Day #3, December 2


Day #2, December 1


Day #1, November 30

Costco's Holiday Deals Event is effective online for a limited time. A Costco membership is required to shop online and shipping fees are included for all items online.

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    • How's that William Spartivento coffee for espresso? I wonder how fresh it is. Does anyone have experience with them?
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    • is today the last day of sale? I'm still undecided on a table tennis purchase.
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    • The crystal lamps were $80 in warehouse a few months ago!
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    • Has anyone tried the Modern 3D Insight Gaming Chair? I know the DPS 3D Insight Gaming Chair is the common one with different colors and is featured in the warehouses.
      It looks like the modern version's armrests don't swivel but I want to know which is the better buy.
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    • If it helps I bought the 42" version from Costco almost 6 years ago for $399.99. So on that alone it seems good. I've had no issues with it though we don't use it very much. Heater blows out the top so if you have kids who's hands are a like a moth to a flame they won't burn themselves, and it does heat up the space fairly quickly.
      Thank you!
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    • Is the fireplace from today's products a good deal?

      In the market for one, but don't know much about them.
      If it helps I bought the 42" version from Costco almost 6 years ago for $399.99. So on that alone it seems good. I've had no issues with it though we don't use it very much. Heater blows out the top so if you have kids who's hands are a like a moth to a flame they won't burn themselves, and it does heat up the space fairly quickly.
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    • Is the fireplace from today's products a good deal?

      In the market for one, but don't know much about them.
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    • How well does the retractable head work? When I go to Costco or even HD to see some of the faucets, some of them have a magnet that helps to keep the head in place and has a nice retraction feel. Some of them just go limp when you let you and you need to push the head back in. They have one from Moen and another brand in store at Costco, but iirc they cost quite a bit more.
      Very well. Pulling the head out automatically turns the water on and when it's retracted it turns the water off - saves a hand wave if it's at the temp you like. My son unfortunately only uses it this way for some reason and the braided line has held up perfectly. It really depends on how the counter weight is setup to make this work but it's been fine and the head sort of just aligns back in place with a solid feel.
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    • I drove 2 hours to my newest Costco to get these for my wife. $99 in store. I skipped on the sale last year and found my alternatives to be extremely expensive.
      Which snowshoe are these? Any pics? I am in the market for one myself.
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    • Hmm, saw bidet in the url and wondered why you used a bidet for your dishes...๐Ÿ˜
      Wash your bum and dishes at the same time, very efficient.
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    • I drove 2 hours to my newest Costco to get these for my wife. $99 in store. I skipped on the sale last year and found my alternatives to be extremely expensive.
      Really? Thanks for the heads up. I have a Costco 5 minutes away. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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    • I have the same one for a few years. No issues and sensor works well.
      Guests don't usually do my dishes ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
      Hmm, saw bidet in the url and wondered why you used a bidet for your dishes...๐Ÿ˜
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    • The one thing (the snowshoes) I wanted to buy has a page that doesn't work ๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป
      I drove 2 hours to my newest Costco to get these for my wife. $99 in store. I skipped on the sale last year and found my alternatives to be extremely expensive.
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    • +1 for the faucet here as well from someone who's had it for 3+ years now. I've only replaced the batteries once during that time. The only time I trigger the sensor by accident is cleaning our massive cutting board. Other than that, it's been solid. It's funny how much I rely on the sensor (and love it). Very noticeable when going to friends/families houses and they all watch me thinking I'm trying to will the water through their facet with my magical hand gestures.
      How well does the retractable head work? When I go to Costco or even HD to see some of the faucets, some of them have a magnet that helps to keep the head in place and has a nice retraction feel. Some of them just go limp when you let you and you need to push the head back in. They have one from Moen and another brand in store at Costco, but iirc they cost quite a bit more.
      It's a rebrand of a generic scooter design. The solid tires mean that it's a rough ride, and internally the battery is screwed to the frame. Because of the vibrations transmitted thru the tires to the frame, the battery tends to die early due to broken solder tabs (ask me how I know...)

      Of course, buying this thru Costco means you can return it hassle-free when it happens.
      It says it comes with a lock. Where would the lock even go tho? How long did this last before the batteries died? Can you really return it like 2 years later if the battery dies? How would you show that its the bad battery/design of the scooter instead of battery degrading?

      I almost got the one at shoppers drug mart, but there was apparently no way to lock it.
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    • Be aware that the TruMedic IS-3000 massager appears to be one of those devices that routinely fails shortly after the warranty expires. This was my experience, and it's supported by a number of reviews.

      The massager is actually quite nice and helped my neck muscles a lot, but I'm sure glad I bought it on Rogers MC, as the credit card extended warranty refunded me in full.
      Surprised to hear, I've been using mine for a couple years now when I bought it instore. My mom also bought hers the same week as me and hers is also going strong. I agree it feels great when using. Thankfully I haven't had issues with it so far!
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    • Costco buy more save more deals are better than these daily deals imo
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    • The one thing (the snowshoes) I wanted to buy has a page that doesn't work ๐Ÿ˜’๐Ÿคท๐Ÿป
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    • +1 for the faucet here as well from someone who's had it for 3+ years now. I've only replaced the batteries once during that time. The only time I trigger the sensor by accident is cleaning our massive cutting board. Other than that, it's been solid. It's funny how much I rely on the sensor (and love it). Very noticeable when going to friends/families houses and they all watch me thinking I'm trying to will the water through their facet with my magical hand gestures.
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    • Online only.
      I have it, it's pretty good for the price but the sensor should be placed at the top of the faucet, not at the bottom where it can be accidentally triggered off while washing something big. Review said there are other brands that don't have this issue.
      I have an earlier version of this faucet also. Pretty good overall. Sensor occasionally gets triggered, but mainly due to soap or reflecting light hitting the sensor. Not frequent enough for me to notice or care.

      Overall it's super convenient though. Feel like I save a bunch of water while doing the dishes by being able to turn the water on and off more frequently.
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    • Any thoughts on the electric scooter? Iโ€™ve been eyeing one for a while
      It's a rebrand of a generic scooter design. The solid tires mean that it's a rough ride, and internally the battery is screwed to the frame. Because of the vibrations transmitted thru the tires to the frame, the battery tends to die early due to broken solder tabs (ask me how I know...)

      Of course, buying this thru Costco means you can return it hassle-free when it happens.
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    • Itโ€™s a crappy design for sure. Guests will also have no idea how this works
      I have the same one for a few years. No issues and sensor works well.
      Guests don't usually do my dishes ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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    • Online only.
      I have it, it's pretty good for the price but the sensor should be placed at the top of the faucet, not at the bottom where it can be accidentally triggered off while washing something big. Review said there are other brands that don't have this issue.
      Itโ€™s a crappy design for sure. Guests will also have no idea how this works
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    • The liberty air 2 is almost 50% off, grabbed one.
      Amazon also has this on sale but @ 75.99
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    • Any thoughts on the electric scooter? Iโ€™ve been eyeing one for a while
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    • And idea how much this faucet is going for in store? Many thanks.

      https://www.costco.ca/bio-bidet-flow-x- ... 01897.html
      Online only.
      I have it, it's pretty good for the price but the sensor should be placed at the top of the faucet, not at the bottom where it can be accidentally triggered off while washing something big. Review said there are other brands that don't have this issue.
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    • New deals added. This scooter pricing is quite good
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    • Snowshoes are tempting but wallet is probably safe for an 8th day.

      Come on costco, I'm sitting here with my wallet in my hand ready to buy buy buy. Show us some hot deals.
      I have $25 &$100 vouchers in my hand, my wallet is still safe, come on Costco, you need my money.
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    • I been thinking about the inflatable paddle board so that I can get out on the water or have an excuse to get out. But $600 ain't cheap.
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    • I upvote for the effort, even if I donโ€™t buy anything but itโ€™s worthwhile. When you have kids, pets, or manage people professionally, you learn to not be stingy with praise. It costs nothing.
      Heck, I even upvoted a thread this week that bashed me for asking an innocent question lol IDGAF.
      you sir or madam (don't want to guess) just got my upvote, I hope you enjoy it and your evening
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    • Snowshoes are tempting but wallet is probably safe for an 8th day.

      Come on costco, I'm sitting here with my wallet in my hand ready to buy buy buy. Show us some hot deals.
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    • Be aware that the TruMedic IS-3000 massager appears to be one of those devices that routinely fails shortly after the warranty expires. This was my experience, and it's supported by a number of reviews.

      The massager is actually quite nice and helped my neck muscles a lot, but I'm sure glad I bought it on Rogers MC, as the credit card extended warranty refunded me in full.
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    • You dont know what you dont know.

      Maybe its magical where it relaxes your body so your bowel moves better?
      If I win the lottery, I will buy one for my house and 100 to give to charity. Expensive Costco toilets for everybody!
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