July 10th, 2014
Out now is the new July 2014 Costco Coupon Book which starts Thursday July 10th. If you click the link above it will allow you to view, download, or print the coupon book out. It’s nice when there are only four days between coupon books, since the June 2014 coupons ended just last Sunday. The coupon book runs from Thursday July 10th to Sunday August 3rd. For the third month in a row all in-store items on coupon do not require a coupon book or the app. If you want to be the first one to find out when we post the latest coupon book please subscribe to our email list, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter!
One thing that is different this month is that the tire coupon does not end on Sunday the 3rd. It actually goes to Wednesday the 6th, which makes me think that the August 2014 Costco Coupon Book will start on Thursday the 7th. That way Costco can always have a tire coupon running. We’ll have to wait and see if that is the case. Not much to write home about except maybe the Oral-B replacement brush heads. As for myself, might pickup the Starbucks Frappuccino if it’s a decent price after the $3 off. I’ve also wanted contact lens solution for a while, so I might pickup a box of that at $4 off, probably Opti-Free. I also like getting the Grilled Chicken Sandwiches and having them for lunch and adding avocado and bbq sauce. The tires are now back to Bridgestone, and will assuredly run for the July and August coupon books.
If you’ve bought something recently that went on sale starting June 12th I’d recommend bringing your receipt into the store, going to membership, and asking for a price match. They’ll send you to the special cashier (first checkstand) to get your money refunded. If it’s been within two weeks you shouldn’t have an issue. If it’s been longer you may have to buy the item again and return it with the old receipt. Read more to see a list of items on each page. What are you going to pick up out of the latest coupon book?
May 13th, 2014
The May 2014 Costco Coupon Book is now posted for those of you interested in seeing what deals and specials Costco is offering this month. Clicking the link above will allow you to view it, download it, or print it. The coupons run from May 8th through June 1st. For the first time ever all of the regular items are Instant Savings. This is a welcome change, as you won’t need the coupon book or app to get discounts on any items, they will instead be applied automatically. The exceptions are the Costco special department items — tires, glasses and ink refills — those will require the book or app still.
There are a lot of good deals to be had in the coupon book. People are excited about the Kirkland Signature facial and bath tissues at $3 off, the motor oil at $9 off, and the protein drinks at $5 off. The Coleman tent at $100 after $30 off is a great deal too. As for myself, I’ll likely pick up the Brownie Brittle at $2 off, which if you haven’t tried it, you totally should! It is great with a bit of vanilla ice cream on top. Also, the Coppertone sunscreen at $5 off is a great deal for the upcoming summer. I really like the mini stick for putting sunscreen on your face and not worrying about it getting into your eyes later. As predicted, the tire coupon is back to Michelin, and should be the same for the June coupon book as well.
If you’ve bought something recently that went on sale starting May 8th I’d recommend bringing your receipt into the store, going to membership, and asking for a price match. They’ll send you to the special cashier (first checkstand) to get your money refunded. If it’s been within two weeks you shouldn’t have an issue. If it’s been longer you may have to buy the item again and return it with the old receipt. If you’re looking to buy one of the 9 items requiring a coupon book I’d recommend downloading the Costco app. If you don’t have a smartphone you can stop by the membership counter and see if they have any extra coupon books on hand, which they often do. Read more below to see a list of items in the coupon book. What are you going to pick up out of the latest coupon book?
April 5th, 2014
Just released is the April 2014 Costco Coupon Book. Clicking the link above will allow you to view it, download it, or print it if you’d like. The coupons run from April 10th to May 4th. The March coupon book had only 7 items that required a book or the app, and this coupon book has 9 items that require it. The rest are Instant Savings, meaning the discount will automatically be taken off at the register.
Once again not that exciting of a coupon book. I feel that is the norm for Costco coupon books these days. The item I’ve heard most talked about it the Hunter ceiling fan on the first page. At only $79 after $20 off it is a great deal, and I’ve heard great reviews on it as well. Besides that people always like the potstickers, and the frosted mini wheats. With summer coming up the sunscreen is always a good buy as well. For myself, I will likely pick up some beef jerky and maybe some raviolis, but that is about it. For the second month in a row the tire coupon is Bridgestone, which means it will switch to Michelin next month.
If you’ve bought something recently that is going on sale starting Thursday I’d recommend bringing your receipt into the store, going to membership, and asking for a price match. They’ll send you to the special cashier (first checkstand) to get your money refunded. If it’s been within two weeks you shouldn’t have an issue. If it’s been longer you may have to buy the item again and return it with the old receipt. If you’re looking to buy one of the 9 items requiring a coupon book I’d recommend downloading the Costco app. If you don’t have a smartphone you can stop by the membership counter and see if they have any extra coupon books on hand, which they often do. What are you going to pick up out of the latest coupon book?
February 28th, 2014
Here is the upcoming March 2014 Costco Coupon Book. The link above will allow you to view it, download it, or print it if you’d like. The February 2014 Costco Coupon Book ended on the 23rd, and these coupons start on March 6th, so there is a week and a half between coupon books. The trend has been that each coupon book there are less and less items that have the blue arrow showing they require the coupon book or app to get the discount, as they are not instant savings, and this one is no different. This time only 7 items in the book require it or the app. Also, as a reminder, the Proctor & Gamble special deal where you spend $100 on P&G products and get a
$20 $33 Costco cash card is still running through the end of March. Yes, looks like they upped the rebate to $33 back. It does seem like a lot of work to get your money back though. All of the P&G items in the coupon book once again have the P&G logo.
Overall, I’d call this an average coupon book. There’s not that many great deals, nor much to get excited about. I’ve seen the public be interested in the Honey Bunch cereal, the 409 (which is never on sale), and the Keurig. Also, the Hansgrohe faucet is a great deal at $60 off ($199.99 AC). It is of very high quality – much better than a Delta you’d find at Home Depot or Lowe’s. The wiper blades are a great deal as well, if you’re in the market. A lot of people stock up on diapers when they’re on sale, since it’s not that often that they are. I would also personally recommend the Braun Series 7 Shaver, it is the best shaver I have ever used, and at $35 off it is a great deal. As for myself, I will likely only pick up the Chobani Greek Yogurt, and maybe the IZZE sparkling juice. I need gallon Ziploc bags, but not quart size, so I’ll probably pass on the variety pack. Just as I predicted, the tire coupon is back to Bridgestone, and will probably stay that way through April.
If you’re looking to get one the 7 items that require the book or app, and don’t get the coupon book mailed to you regularly, I’d recommend downloading the Costco app. Otherwise, the Membership Department may or may not have some coupon books available to grab in store. Anything in the upcoming coupon book you’re excited about? Is there anything you wish would be in a coupon book?
February 18th, 2014
The Costco pork taquitos showed up in the deli a couple weeks ago and I just had to try them. I am a big fan of any new item at Costco, but especially when it’s food and even more so, when it’s Mexican food. For around $10 you get 6 whole taquitos cut in half, making 12 pieces. The taquitos are about an inch in diameter, which means they are much larger than the tiny taquitos sold in the frozen section. Each tray comes with two salsas to dip your taquitos into. On average, a tray is about 2 pounds of food for $4.59/lb.
Two of us had the pork taquitos for dinner and were pretty full, which makes sense considering we each ate about a pound of taquitos. They are very filling, with a lot of meat in them. Another way to put it would be that they’re pretty hearty. I also really enjoyed the flavor of them. They were not bland, with the meat having a nice flavoring to it, and the flour tortilla shell was very nice. The instructions say to bake for 30-40 minutes, and we baked for 42 minutes. Still, they didn’t get as crispy as I would have liked. Next time I would try broiling for a couple minutes at the end. The salsa on the other hand was not very good. Neither of us liked it, and ended up dipping in another salsa instead. Hard to describe what it was about the salsa we didn’t like, but it was also on the spicier side. The label says it has fire-roasted tomatoes and jalapeno peppers in it. Overall, I was happy with what I got for the price, it was simple to prepare, and will get it again some time. Not something I’ll eat every week, but perhaps once a month. Have you tried it yet? What did you think?
January 24th, 2014
Just arrived is next weeks February 2014 Costco Coupon Book. Clicking the link above will allow you to view, download, and print the coupons if you’d like to. The January 2014 Costco Coupon Book is valid through Sunday the 26th, and the February coupons begin the following Thursday. One very interesting thing is that besides the tire and optical coupon, there are only 6 items that require a coupon, and they are all Proctor and Gamble products. So, that tells us that Costco would prefer that all products be Instant Savings and not require a coupon, but some manufacturers require Costco to require a coupon. However, not all P&G products in the book require a coupon, so perhaps only certain divisions of the company. Lastly, you’ll see on the last page of the coupon book that Proctor and Gamble is offering a $20 Costco cash card when you spend $100 on P&G products at Costco during February and March. I see that as being difficult to achieve unless you buy something like a Braun electric razor or Iams dog food.
This coupon book seems to be much better than last months. There are quite a few items that people are excited about. The Sonicare FlexCare two pack plus UV sanitizer and travel accessories is a great deal at $30 off. Also, the Duracell batteries are not on sale that often, and definitely better than the Kirkland Signature equivalent. The Mobil 1 motor oil is a great price after coupon at $10 off. As for myself, I will likely only get Airborne, since I am low and do feel that it has worked really well when I’ve taken it. I’m also surprised there’s only one TV in the coupon book that runs during the Super Bowl. I’ve always heard a lot of people buy TVs during this time of year, but maybe that’s not true. The tire coupon is once again Michelin, so I’m predicting March will be Bridgestone.
You can download the Costco app if you didn’t get the coupon book mailed to you, and show the cashier your coupons from your phone. Also, at some locations the cashier will have the coupons already and automatically scan it for you. I heard they are getting more strict on this though. These coupons will not work in store, as you need the barcode. Remember, the booklet says that additional books will NOT be available at the warehouse, which is a change from the past. If you’d like to be notified as soon as deals come up, make sure to subscribe to our email list, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter! Have you tried any of the items in this coupon book? What did you think? Click Read More to see a full list of items below.
December 25th, 2013
As is common for Costco over the end of December, there is no coupon book during the holidays. The next one is the January 2014 Costco Coupon Book, which runs from January 2nd to January 26th. Clicking the link above will allow you to view, download, and print the coupons if you’d like to. I suppose all of the discounts Costco offered during the Black Friday weekend make up for the fact that there were 2.5 weeks between coupons. While the majority of discounts are Instant Savings which require no coupon book or app, there are still about 20 items that do require a book or app. The blue arrow will tell you if the item requires the book or app or not. Remember, the booklet says that additional books will NOT be available at the warehouse, which is a change from the past. If you’d like to be notified as soon as deals come up, make sure to subscribe to our email list, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter!
Besides the standard in-store coupons there are also 3 pages of Online-Only offers and two pages of Costco Travel deals. Overall, it seems as though people aren’t that excited about this coupon book. The only things I’ve seen chatter about are the Kirkland Signature chicken alfredo with penne and the Oral-B toothbrushes. Not much else seems very exciting. As for myself, I might get the Special K bars and I like the Pierre grilled chicken sandwiches. I’ll often add bbq sauce and avocado to them to make quite a tasty sandwich for lunch. Since the last two coupon books were Bridgestone it makes sense that this one is Michelin. I recently got new Bridgestone tires on my car from Costco and am quite happy with them.
You can download the Costco app if you didn’t get the coupon book mailed to you, and show the cashier your coupons from your phone. Also, at some locations the cashier will have the coupons already and automatically scan it for you. I heard they are getting more strict on this though. These coupons will not work in store, as you need the barcode. Have you tried any of the items in this coupon book? What did you think?
November 28th, 2013
It is hard to fathom that Costco would mark down a lot of items and not advertise that they did so, but that’s exactly how they operate around Black Friday. Here is a list of most of the unadvertised marked down items. This will vary slightly from store to store. There are also the Costco Black Friday TV deals and the December coupon book that are both valid during this time, as well as the standard Black Friday ad that has been passed out at the door for the last couple of weeks.
- Photoshop Elements 12 (Costco Special Edition) $50
- 2 Handset Digital DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone $30
- 151 Environmental Speakers $135
- Cinemate II Digital 2.1 Channel Home Theater Speaker System $440
- Companion 3 Series II Speaker System $180
- On-Ear Headphones $100
- Soundlink Mobile Bluetooth Speaker $250
- 5.1 Home Theater Bundle (DHT-E251BA) $450
- MFC 8810DW Multi-Function Laser Printer $350
- 70D DSLR (2 Lens & Accessories/WiFi Bundle) $1400
- SL1 DSLR (2 Lens & Accessories Bundle) $800
- T5i DSLR (2 Lens & Accessories Bundle) $950
- SX-510HS Camera Bundle $230
- ZX600B103 60″ carbon fiber tripod $80
- OfficeJet 8600 Pro Plus E $220
- BIG Jambox Wireless Bluetooth Speaker $230
- Jambox Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker $95
- Wireless Solar Keyboard & Mouse (MK750) $60
- D7100 (18-200mm VRII Lens & Accessories/WiFi Bundle) <Item #748642>
- D5200 (2 Lens & Accessories/WiFi Bundle) $1000
- J3 (2 Lens & Accessories Bundle) $500
- S9500 Camera Bundle <Item #746510>
- S6500 Camera Bundle <Item #746496>
- AW110 Waterproof Camera Bundle <Item #746497>
- ZS25 16MP MOS, 20x Zoom, 16gb card, case <Item #743391>
- Roku 3 w/ Motion Remote $85 ***This deal expires 11/30/13***
- 2.1 Channel Soundbar (HW-FM55C) $270
- Compact Interchangeable Lens Camera (NX2000) (2 Lens & Accessories/WiFi Bundle) <Item #920009>
- Surveillance System (10 Cameras w/ 1TB DVR) (SDS-P5101) $600
- 4TB Backup Plus Desktop External HDD <Item #695080>
- 7.2 Channel WiFi & Bluetooth Home Theater Receiver (STR-DN1030) <Item #771030>
- Dual On-The-Go Portable Rechargeable Battery Bundle (w/ Bonus Pocket Charger/2 Micro USB Cables & AC Adapter) $80
- Triad Slim Case w/ Stylus (For Galaxy 3 10.1” Tablet) $19
- 2TB My Passport Ultra Portable HDD $110
- 7.2 Channel Network AV Receiver (TSR-6750WA)
November 27th, 2013
While it took some work, I was able to acquire the 2013 list of Black Friday TV deals at Costco. I mentioned last week when I posted the 2013 Black Friday ad that much like last year there would be a bunch of televisions that would be on sale over Thanksgiving weekend, although unadvertised. It doesn’t make sense to me as to why Costco would not advertise these great deals, except maybe they’re hoping the anticipation and hype will draw shoppers in clamoring for the unknown. I’ve also posted the non-tv unadvertised Black Friday deals as well. The only way to know what items are deals are to look at the price tags and look for Manufacturer’s Instant Rebates. The bottom right of the price tag will have a print date on it, most likely it should be 11/24/13. Another older print date would imply that the deal has been out for longer and is probably not one of the Black Friday TV specials that started November 24th. A lot of these deals are also available on Costco.com, but then you’d have to pay about $80 for shipping. The advantage to buying a TV at Costco is that it comes with a 2 year warranty, which includes awesome tech support, you can buy a SquareTrade warranty for up to an additional 3 years if you’d like, and you can return it within 90 days if you decide you don’t like it. As a reminder, these deals are live now, so no need to wait until Black Friday. I’ve also linked to the Costco.com pages so you can see the specs on the TV when available.
55” Class Smart LED TV (SP55MC)
37” Class LED TV (EM37T)
$299 $249 ***This deal expires 11/29/13***
47” Class Smart LED TV (47LN5750) $599
75” Class Smart LED TV (UN75F6300A)
65” Class 3D 240Hz Smart LED TV (UN65F7050A)
65” Class Smart LED TV (UN65F6350A)
60” Class 3D 240Hz Smart LED TV (UN60F7050A)
60” Class Smart LED TV (UN60F6350A)
60” Class LED TV (UN60FH6003)
55” Class 3D 240Hz Smart LED TV (UN55F7050A)
55” Class Smart LED TV (UN55F6350A)
55” Class LED TV (UN55FH6003)
50” Class Smart LED TV (UN50F6350A)
46” Class Smart LED TV (UN46F6350A)
40” Class Smart LED TV (UN40EH5300)
39” Class LED TV (UN39FH5000)
32” Class Smart LED TV (UN32EH5300) $294
32” Class LED TV (UN32EH4003) $224
27” Class LED TV/Monitor (T27B350) $199
23” Computer Monitor (S23C570HS) $149
80” Class Smart LED TV (LC-80LE642)
70” Class Smart LED TV (LC-70C6500U)
70” Class Smart LED TV (KDL-70R520A)
60” Class Smart LED TV (KDL-60R520A)
40” Class LED TV (KDL-40R450A)
80” Class 3D 240Hz Smart LED TV (M801D-A3)
70” Class 3D 240Hz Smart LED TV (M701D-A3)
65” Class Smart LED TV (E650I-A2) $1179 ***This deal expires 11/30/13***
55” Class 3D 240Hz Smart LED TV (M551D-A2)