Costco February 2018 Coupon Book

Costco February 2018 Coupon Book Cover

We’ve just released the upcoming February 2018 Costco Coupon Book. The coupons will be valid from February 8th through March 4th. To see the ad images of the pages of the coupon book you must click the link above when on the post page. We post them here ahead of time so that you can plan your upcoming shopping trips, making sure not to buy anything that’s about to be on sale and mapping out what you want to buy in February. Keep in mind the Super Bowl Big Game Savings ad is still valid through February 4th as well. At 22 pages long this coupon book is about average size. It has the first Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) we’ve seen in a long time, if ever. If you want to get an email as soon as we post the latest coupons you can sign up for our email list, or Like us on Facebook!

The February 2018 Costco coupon book definitely has some interesting items in it. As we mentioned in our Upcoming February 2018 coupon book post, the Lorex and TCL deals are pretty good. We are big fans of the MusclePharm Combat Protein Powder in Cookies ‘N’ Cream flavor, and at $11 off it’s a great value. Another really good deal is the Feit Electric LED Digital Dimmer Switches 2pk. On sale at $4 off we believe they are $16 for two at Costco, whereas you can buy a single one at Home Depot or Lowe’s for over $20! We are also huge fans of the Robert Irvine Fit Crunch and highly recommend trying them if you haven’t. We’re also excited to see Chobani yogurt in the Costco ad, and will be stocking up on that. The tire coupon is Michelin again.

If you’re still looking for the February 2018 Costco Coupon Book you have to click the link in the first sentence when you’re on the post page. This will take you right to the coupons. What do you think of the February coupon book? Still less exciting than in the past or are there some new interesting items you’ll likely buy in store?

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26 Responses to “Costco February 2018 Coupon Book”

  1. bocacassidy says:

    first sentence, link doesn’t work.

  2. Ellen McDaniel says:

    I have tried all day to get the coupon book, and cannot get it.

  3. EmilyAnon says:

    Same here. None of the links open up.

    • EmilyAnon says:

      Now the links open up for me, 2 days later. In the meantime the coupon book just arrived
      in the mail. Oh well….

  4. P. Nile Schwartz says:

    it’s been working fine for me for the last few hours. It just goes to some scanned images of the coupons. It’s another really weak coupon book.

  5. Costco97 says:

    Works great for us – and we love to see Fit Crunch Bars are back! Yesssssssss!!!

  6. Monk The Spankey says:

    These coupon books have been rather thin of things for the past half year or so. I used to typically be able to find at least 10 things I could use and looked forward to the Costco run, now it’s maybe 1 or 2 and I can barely care if I go or not. I keep hoping it will improve but am starting to question the value of the membership (Costco price/service are usually competitive but I look to the coupons to offset them annual membership fee).

    • GOMER HELTON says:

      Not to mention that they are going to organic everything and their own brand which in many cases isn’t very good

    • wacos101 says:

      I’d say the last 2 years. And what they offer is not what anybody wants.

    • A key founder President has just stepped down – it could lead to many changes, price increases, QUALITY DOWNGRADES, even less selection (i noticed the gum selection went to ‘only wriggles brand on the shelf last month.)

      Not good…

      The Great Costco may be on it’s last days…

  7. PasoWho says:

    I agree with the Monk. Coupons have been going down hill for last 2 years. I use to justify the membership cost by the savings on coupon items, but not any more. Just signed up for different
    warehouse.

    • GOMER HELTON says:

      I would go to another warehouse but there aren’t any where I live

    • wacos101 says:

      Which warehouse? Is Sam’s club any good?

      • Monk The Spankey says:

        I’d also like to know which. I browsed Sams site, and the assortment and basic pricing almost mirrors Walmart but you can buy more things in bulk and it’s more of a warehouse feel as opposed to a dump like WallyWorld.

        That said, I have noticed Costco going downhill a bit, and not just coupons. The employees seem crankier (here in Austin) and the selection seems to be diminishing. For some reason they stopped carrying the OEM size tires for my F150 – we are not talking a niche model but rather a big seller, but no – the guy at the counter just said “that’s the way it is, go buy elsewhere.” Products that I always used to buy regularly are simply vanishing, and no replacement is forthcoming. I had to return something late last year and the guy at the counter treated me like a criminal for returning a completely unopened, totally sealed electronic item after he just gave some dude returning a 2/3s eaten lasagna (or something) a full refund no questions asked. He told me he couldn’t be sure I didn’t steal parts from the box – I told him I can guarantee you the guy in front of me *stole* more than half that lasagna. He then made me wait about 10 minutes till his manager came to verify I wasn’t a crook.

        As I said above, only thing offsetting paying a membership fee for the average-at-best service/price was the coupons. Figure I’ll give Costco 1 more year, and if it does not improve then I’ll cancel and shop elsewhere.

        • P. Nile Schwartz says:

          I stopped getting tires at Costco when I figured out that a) my car is 14 years old, I’m fine with ‘mid grade’ tires, I don’t need top of the line michelins and b) I paid for 2 or 4 tires, but one was on backorder so I had to come back to costco a 2nd time to get the last tire–and they made me wait in the full tire-center queue of people again, even though I had already paid and just needed that one tire. For my 2nd trip, they should have minimized my waiting time.

  8. TheBest says:

    Michelin again?

  9. Digavijoe says:

    Links all work for me!!1

  10. VladDImpala says:

    Ironically, Costco are no longer carrying many of their own Kirkland brand items, such as the very popular brick of Kirkland cheddar cheese. They’ve substituted Kirkland cheddar with an expensive cheddar brand, which is priced per pound, which now makes the 2 pound cheddar brick $12! I called Seattle to complain, I also spoke to my local manager, who told me, “Due to limited shelf space at this store (my Costco isn’t as large as most) the Costco buyers (the people who Costco hires to shop fro the brands they sell) are trying different brands.” An explanation which made absolutely zero sense, especially as the new expensive cheddar cheese now takes up THREE spaces on the supposedly limited the cheese shelf. Three spaces wasted on an overpriced cheddar which no one is buying! Why does Costco constantly delete items which are big sellers?! Seattle gave me the same excuse, lack of space and they also told me to talk to my local manager. How wonderful passing the buck to others, with no valid explanation. I’ve also noticed, the frozen pineapple chunks ($5.99) have been replaced with organic pineapple chunks, which cost almost DOUBLE the price of the former brand. ($9.99) Consumers join Costco to save money, not to be surprised with replacement items which cost almost double the price of the originals.

    • P. Nile Schwartz says:

      they did similar with the two-pack of Kirkland vanilla ice cream (64 ozs each). It was $9.99. It was replaced with Humboldt brand (who had likely been making it all along) and it’s now 12.99.

      • VladDImpala says:

        Since I joined, I can’t begin to count the items Costco have discontinued selling altogether. The biggest joke, most of these items are basic parts of most diets and were always flying off the shelves. This happened with the Kirkland Stir Fry frozen vegetables, they were discontinued for almost six months, I guess enough people complained, these vegs are now back.

        The items are either discontinued altogether or replaced by a much higher priced item, which is usually nothing more than a gourmet or organic version of the original lower priced item.

        Costco also substitute certain toiletries. My Costco no longer carries Dial bar soap, yet will sell expensive bar soaps from France, which are fine for a gift, but not something I’d buy regularly. Costco needs to take into account the financial demographics of a neighborhood, most of the shoppers, especially those with families, sure don’t want to pay $12 for 2 pounds of cheddar cheese.

        • P. Nile Schwartz says:

          Not sure if my costco had dial. It used to have Lever 2000, but stopped carrying it a couple years ago b/c they said they could no longer get a good deal on it.

          • VladDImpala says:

            I remember the Lever 2000, it was about year ago when I last saw it at my Costco. Well, that’s their same old rote excuse, “The Costco Buyers want to get the best deals for our customers.” How about the fact that certain cakes, pies and cookies are “seasonal”. What? People only eat dessert in the cold months?!

            I also shop for my mom, she was asking about the pumpkin and apple pies, I was told, “Those pies are only carried around the Holidays.” For what I pay for my Executive Membership, Costco not having certain items is getting ridiculous, the only plus, with the new Costco Visa and the Executive card rebate checks, the membership more than pays for itself. It’s still frustrating to pay for a membership, yet still have to shop in local supermarkets to buy the items Costco no longer sells.

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