32 Costco Bargains You’d Better Snatch Before Christmas

Cuisinart Digital AirFryer Toaster Oven

If you want to really help someone save money this holiday season, yourself included, then get them a $160 Cuisinart Digital AirFryer Toaster Oven. It’s more than a toaster over and more than an air fryer, however, as it is capable of baking, broiling, warming, reheating, dehydrating, and even roasting.

By buying this option you’ll save your loved one from purchasing so many other kitchen items that they may have wished for.

It’s big enough to fit a 12-inch pizza or a 4-pound chicken, so it’s perfect for families as well!

Weatherproof Vintage Ladies’ Comfy Vest

This comfortable vest sells for just $10 at Costco, but you’d think it cost more given its high quality. The fluffy hood is perfect to keep toasty while looking fashionable with a slight vintage twist.

You’ll find similar items for around $30 on Amazon, but the quality remains the same so there’s no point in paying extra and wait for shipping.

The Weatherproof Vintage Ladies’ Comfy Vest comes in sizes up to 2XL in three cute colors!

Ring Video Doorbell Pro

Costco members can get this excellent, high-quality video doorbell for only $160. Homeowners will instantly know who is at their door regardless of people announcing themselves.

It’s a great way to keep an eye on what is going on around someone’s home, particularly at night since it comes with night vision as well. Not only that, you’ll get 12 months of the Ring Protect Plus Plan for free for added security!

Ubio Labs Wireless Qi Charging Pad

Chargers may not be the obvious choice for the holiday season, but let’s face it… everyone needs to charge their phones and everyone wishes they could do so more conveniently.

The Ubio Labs Wireless Qi Charging Pad costs as little as $30 and works with later models of Android and Apple devices. It allows the user to charge their phones at high speeds while also offering an additional USB port if they want to charge two devices at once.

Plus, they won’t have to get up and check if the battery is full, they can just take a peek at the pad’s LED indicators!

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