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[Costco] [Costco.ca] Black Friday - APPLIANCES

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[Costco] [Costco.ca] Black Friday - APPLIANCES

Don't forget ... free 2 year warranty and delivery included in pricing.

Appliances -

http://www.costco.ca/appliances-offers.html

Some up of some good gifty items below

Koolatron 45 bottle wine cellar - $380 - looks to be $700 plus everywhere else
http://www.costco.ca/Koolatron%C2%AE-45 ... 25245.html

Marshall 4.4 refrigerator - $298
http://www.costco.ca/Marshall-4.4-cu.ft ... 29907.html

Danby Keg Cooler - $449 for single tap and $549 for dual tap
http://www.costco.ca/Danby%C2%AE-DKC052 ... 95247.html
http://www.costco.ca/Danby%C2%AE-5.2-cu ... 21199.html

Cool looking NHL/ NFL refrigerators
http://www.costco.ca/Glaros-NFL-Refrige ... 00973.html
http://www.costco.ca/Glaros-NHL-Refrige ... 25402.html
http://www.costco.ca/Glaros-NHL-Refrige ... 12932.html
http://www.costco.ca/Glaros-NFL-Refrige ... 13319.html

Bunch of Samsung/ LG appliances, microwaves, small fridges on there as well as some premium brands.

Happy Shopping
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That Wine Cellars a Steal!!!
https://www.google.ca/search?sclient=ps ... kOgO&rct=j

Literally almost half price from everywhere else... That is NUTS!!! Thanks Costco,

Just dropped a massive hint on the NHL fridges to the misses ... Lets see how that goes LOL!

Just picked up Their blue samsung laundry pair, sub 1600 is a bargain on this!
http://www.costco.ca/Samsung-2-Piece-Bl ... 06520.html
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The Samsung gas range has been floating around that same price for weeks now. Still not a single good deal out there for a gas range.

Guess I'll just buy from the US. Even after the exchange the prices are far better down there.
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Shaner wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 7:22 am
The Samsung gas range has been floating around that same price for weeks now. Still not a single good deal out there for a gas range.

Guess I'll just buy from the US. Even after the exchange the prices are far better down there.
You talking about this?

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-30- ... Id=3995004

Buying from the US to save 100 bucks? How about duties on this? Will they even ship to Canada?

or

are you going to drive to the border, pick it up and lug it into your house. All to save $100 bucks. Plus a shitty return policy and 1 year less warranty.
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TorontoBORN wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 7:26 am
You talking about this?

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-30- ... Id=3995004

Buying from the US to save 100 bucks? How about duties on this? Will they even ship to Canada?
Your link goes nowhere, but I didn't necessarily mean I'd buy that specific Samsung range from the US, just that I will be buying from the US. If you spend a bit of time looking at prices down, what costs $1000 up here can be had for around $600 or less down there. There is no duty on American made items and I wouldn't have to worry about shipping as I would pick up in the store.
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Shaner wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 7:29 am
Your link goes nowhere, but I didn't necessarily mean I'd buy that specific Samsung range from the US, just that I will be buying from the US. If you spend a bit of time looking at prices down, what costs $1000 up here can be had for around $600 or less down there. There is no duty on American made items and I wouldn't have to worry about shipping as I would pick up in the store.
Oh ok because you commented on a Samsung Gas range... that is def not American Made.

You must have some good patience to drive to the border, pick up in store, drive back and lug it into your house to save $100 - $200 bucks.
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TorontoBORN wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 7:33 am
Oh ok because you commented on a Samsung Gas range... that is def not American Made.

You must have some good patience to drive to the border, pick up in store, drive back and lug it into your house to save $100 - $200 bucks.
The border isn't far from me. It doesn't take much patience to pick it up myself. Besides, I'll be getting a dishwasher, range, fridge and over the range microwave. Based on prices I'm seeing, it's far more than just a couple hundred that I'll save. Besides, the US has far more selection, giving me more options. For example, a GE dishwasher I'm looking at is $700 up here or $400 down there. Even after the exchange, it's quite a bit cheaper.

Anyway, my point was that Samsung range is the same price it's been for weeks now. It's not a sale price at all.
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Does anyone know if Costco will remove / haul away an old washer if they deliver a new one? I'm in Montreal, if location matters.

I need to replace a recalled Samsung machine, and it specifies I need to have it appropriately disposed of. I can't seem to find any mention of removal on the Costco web site.
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corycoop wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 7:53 am
Does anyone know if Costco will remove / haul away an old washer if they deliver a new one? I'm in Montreal, if location matters.

I need to replace a recalled Samsung machine, and it specifies I need to have it appropriately disposed of. I can't seem to find any mention of removal on the Costco web site.
Not sure, just put it on the curb :) will probably be gone within seconds
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corycoop wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 7:53 am
Does anyone know if Costco will remove / haul away an old washer if they deliver a new one? I'm in Montreal, if location matters.

I need to replace a recalled Samsung machine, and it specifies I need to have it appropriately disposed of. I can't seem to find any mention of removal on the Costco web site.
Hi- am In Mtl,
got a washer delievered from Costco- unit needed to be put in the basement
the old washer was in basement as well- delievery ppl. did not want to bring it up
had to 'tip' them, to bring it to street level.
I did post it on FB/Cglist/Kijjiji - as free curbside pickup


If you may-
what was the recall process like- did you get just a rebate for the new
or was your old machine replaced with a new.
Pls. PM if better.
Thanks
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appkidak wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 10:19 am
Hi- am In Mtl,
got a washer delievered from Costco- unit needed to be put in the basement
the old washer was in basement as well- delievery ppl. did not want to bring it up
had to 'tip' them, to bring it to street level.
I did post it on FB/Cglist/Kijjiji - as free curbside pickup


If you may-
what was the recall process like- did you get just a rebate for the new
or was your old machine replaced with a new.
Pls. PM if better.
Thanks
How long did it last at the curb?
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The recall process gives you a choice of an in-home repair of my old machine, which I'm not sure I trust, or an amount offered by Samsung toward the purchase of a new machine. The amount depends on how old your machine was, and you also get a bonus $150 if you stay with Samsung. They call it a loyalty bonus :), and they've offered me $445 in total if I saw with Samsung.

There is a form they email you that you have to send in to them once you have purchased your new machine. You need to take the two serial number stickers off the old machine, and attach it to the form. You also need to write in the model and serial number of the new machine you buy. So, they only refund you once you've already made your purchase. On the form, it also has you certify that you've properly disposed of your old, recalled washer so I'm hesitant to just drop it on the curb for large recycling day.

I do see that Best Buy actually has the same washer for $30 less, and they charge a $30 recycling fee to haul away the old machine. I called Costco.ca customer service and they said they don't offer a haul away service. Which, according to the form I just re-read, Samsung will also reimburse, up to $30. So, it's really a question of Costco's 2 year warranty vs. $30 cheaper and they'll haul it away at Best Buy. Since my credit card will also double Samsung's 1 year warranty, I suppose my decision is made...

Thanks for the feedback.
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corycoop wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 11:37 am
The recall process gives you a choice of an in-home repair of my old machine, which I'm not sure I trust, or an amount offered by Samsung toward the purchase of a new machine. The amount depends on how old your machine was, and you also get a bonus $150 if you stay with Samsung. They call it a loyalty bonus :), and they've offered me $445 in total if I saw with Samsung.

There is a form they email you that you have to send in to them once you have purchased your new machine. You need to take the two serial number stickers off the old machine, and attach it to the form. You also need to write in the model and serial number of the new machine you buy. So, they only refund you once you've already made your purchase. On the form, it also has you certify that you've properly disposed of your old, recalled washer so I'm hesitant to just drop it on the curb for large recycling day.

I do see that Best Buy actually has the same washer for $30 less, and they charge a $30 recycling fee to haul away the old machine. I called Costco.ca customer service and they said they don't offer a haul away service. Which, according to the form I just re-read, Samsung will also reimburse, up to $30. So, it's really a question of Costco's 2 year warranty vs. $30 cheaper and they'll haul it away at Best Buy. Since my credit card will also double Samsung's 1 year warranty, I suppose my decision is made...

Thanks for the feedback.
Best Buy is doing free shipping and free haul away? 90 days return? Double check the credit card 2nd year. Coverage is different then a manufacturer warranty. My Sister got screwed over on a TV as they covered only current value.

Which laundry are you referring to that's cheaper? Do they price match?
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corycoop wrote:
Nov 25th, 2016 11:37 am
The recall process gives you a choice of an in-home repair of my old machine, which I'm not sure I trust, or an amount offered by Samsung toward the purchase of a new machine. The amount depends on how old your machine was, and you also get a bonus $150 if you stay with Samsung. They call it a loyalty bonus :), and they've offered me $445 in total if I saw with Samsung.

There is a form they email you that you have to send in to them once you have purchased your new machine. You need to take the two serial number stickers off the old machine, and attach it to the form. You also need to write in the model and serial number of the new machine you buy. So, they only refund you once you've already made your purchase. On the form, it also has you certify that you've properly disposed of your old, recalled washer so I'm hesitant to just drop it on the curb for large recycling day.

I do see that Best Buy actually has the same washer for $30 less, and they charge a $30 recycling fee to haul away the old machine. I called Costco.ca customer service and they said they don't offer a haul away service. Which, according to the form I just re-read, Samsung will also reimburse, up to $30. So, it's really a question of Costco's 2 year warranty vs. $30 cheaper and they'll haul it away at Best Buy. Since my credit card will also double Samsung's 1 year warranty, I suppose my decision is made...

Thanks for the feedback.
Will your CC double Costco's warranty or is it manufacturer only?
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Shaner,

Could you please recommend good American appliance stores? One that you look at?

Thanks!
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