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Old 10-30-2018, 03:28 PM   #1
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Costco Holiday Savings

The Costco Holiday Savings mailer came today. Yea! It covers everything from food to electronics. Here are a couple of items that may appeal to FIRE members. The sale dates vary by item and begin 11/6.

Prime Whole Beef Loin (NY Strip) $25 off per package
Insta Pot Nova 6qt. 9 in 1 $35 off (currently $115 online before discount)
Moto G6 unlocked phone $50 off - Net $189 after discount
Wheels up Private Aviation service membership $15,999

I have owned several of the Moto G phones and have been pleased. They routinely get high marks for a budget smart phone. I currently have the G5s. I will definitely pick up a prime beef loin. I am still waiting to see if they have last years sale on the Jamon Serrano. The private air charter is a little out of my league. A quick online review indicated this was a membership fee and included an air travel allowance. Future air travel is at a discounted hourly rate. So, those of you that are tired of the commercial air grind, here is your way out.
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86in LG UHD TV for $2500...
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86in LG UHD TV for $2500...
At that price, we should all get 2 or 3
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At that price, we should all get 2 or 3
"limit 3"
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little more generous on the $16k private flight membership. "limit 10"
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86in LG UHD TV for $2500...
I hope that means an OLED that size will be out soon. I am hoping they have an OLED that is 7 feet wide by the time I am ready for a monitor in my home theater.
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These days, Costco sells a lot of overpriced junk. It seems to sell, which makes me happy. The margins on that stuff subsidize the cheap cat food, litter and the occasional rotisserie chicken. I don't buy much else at Costco now except for the gasoline.
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