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?