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A COSTCO super shopper has revealed the best deals they discovered in store this early in the holiday season.
The list shared on TikTok includes a series of items that are perfect for gift giving as the shopping rush has already begun.
“Things found at Costco this week,” @costcocorner said in a video as he showed off weekly finds.
“Just in time for the cold season, get your heated throw for $32.99,” the narrator said.
The throw from the premiere home brand Brookstone appears to come in multiple colors, including a classic white and a holiday plaid red.
The TikToker went on to reveal a $79.99 white, down, hypoallergenic comforter up for the grabs of any Costco member.
The markdown is a deal for “one of the more popular comforters,” Costco Corner said.
Another holiday must-have was taking space on the big-box store’s shelves.
“This holiday season might be the perfect time to finally give someone that OLED Switch,” @costcorner said while showing stock of the highly-desired handheld Nintendo console.
It was priced at $399.99 at Costco.
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Nintendo’s OLED, which stands for organic light-emitting diodes, uses organic substances as opposed to artificial ones to create the biggest, most vivid display yet, TechTarget reported.
It also has twice the storage and a longer battery life than the Original, V2, and Lite versions of the Switch, according to iMore.
They also have high-quality, low-tech toys for the gifting season.
“If you’re a fan of diecast car models, Costco has quite a few to choose from. They’re $16.99,” the creator said.
While this is a regional and weather-dependent item, @costcorner mentioned: “If snow has already started for you, $22.99 for a sled.”
There was also one snack item on the Costco list: “A Kirkland version of Himalayan salt Kettle Brand Chips for $5.69.”
Though it looked to be a cost-efficient and diverse array of goodies, one TikToker was not so impressed with the chips.
They took to the comments to say: “5.69 for plain salt chips…that better be a 10 pack in there.”