Costco February 2021 Coupon Book

Costco February 2021 Coupon Book Cover

After much anticipation, the Costco February 2021 Coupon Book is here! The dates for this month’s coupons are February 3rd through February 28th. Click the link above and the coupon book will be revealed. You’ll then be able to click the images to enlarge them, zoom in on them, and go through a slideshow if you’d like. In total there are 19 pages in this coupon book, which we’d say is on the smaller side. Unlike many of the monthly Costco coupon books, there is always a 1.5 week gap between the January Coupon Book and the February Coupon Book. Part of that is due to two other Costco coupon handouts overlapping during the same time. There’s the Super Bowl 2021 Ad with lots of TV deals as well as the January 2021 Organic Foods sale flyer. There’s also the January 2021 Hot Buys Coupons that go from January 23rd – January 31st. If you want to see an early preview of the March 2021 Coupon Book make sure to sign up for our email list, follow us on Instagram and Like us on Facebook.

For a first time in a while we’re actually pretty excited about the February 2021 Costco Coupon Book. We are big fans of the Robert Irvine’s Fit Crunch Chocolate Peanut Butter Whey Protein Bars, so we’ll definitely stock up at $5 off. We also love the That’s It Mini Fruit Bars Variety Pack and will be stocking up at $4 off. We’ve always wanted to try the Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream, so the $3 off a box is the push we need to give it a try. It’s also perfect timing for the Kirkland Signature Kitchen Trash Bags, so we’ll be glad to grab some at $3.30 off. Lastly, it’s nice to have the tire coupon back this month. Michelin tires are $150 off a set of 4.

We’ve also posted a list of all the deals in the February 2021 Costco Coupon Book below. If you’re still reading and haven’t been able to display the coupon book you need to do two steps. First, go to the post page, which is titled Costco February 2021 Coupon Book. Secondly, once on the right page, click the link in the very first sentence, which is labeled “Costco February 2021 Coupon Book”. If you’ve tried that and still can’t get it to display then you can click this link go directly to the first page of the coupon book slideshow. So, now that you’ve looked over all the deals, which ones are you going to be buying when they’re on sale?

Costco January 2021 Hot Buys Coupons

January 2021 Hot Buys

The January 2021 Hot Buys Coupons start tomorrow and we’re pretty excited about them! The sale will run from January 23rd through January 31st. In total there are 39 items on sale, which is the second largest Hot Buys ad ever! Between the January Costco Coupon Book and the February Costco Coupon Book there is always a 10-day gap, so this helps fill in the sales hole. During this time the Super Bowl Ad is running as well as the January 2021 Organic Foods sale flyer. If you want to be notified as soon as we release the March 2021 Costco coupon book make sure to sign up for our email list, Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Instagram.

There are a few coupons in the January 2021 Hot Buys that caught our eye. We recently did a review of the Tide PODS Hygienic Clean Heavy Duty Pods and they’re great! Highly recommend them, especially if you have kids or work in an industry that requires heavy duty cleaning of your clothes. At $5 off that makes them only $19.49 for 68 pacs, which is a great deal. Another item we’re big fans of is the Horizon Whole Milk cartons. The 18 pack is currently $4 off and another item that is great if you have kids. For those adults, we do really like the Costco Deli Quinoa Salad, which is $3 off. We love barbecuing some chicken and having it over the Quinoa Salad. You can’t go wrong with Costco Bakery Muffins at $1 off and if you haven’t tried the new Lemon Raspberry Flavor yet, make sure to head over to our Instagram and take a look!

What do you think of these Hot Buys coupons? What will you be grabbing on sale at Costco?

Premier Protein Cereal Review

Premier Protein Cereal

Our love for Premier Protein has been well documented on this site, and as usual we picked up a case on our last visit to Costco. What we didn’t expect was to see that familiar red logo again while strolling the cereal aisle. Turns out, Premier Protein has been making moves to monopolize our breakfast diet and recently released a new cereal in collaboration with Post.

Post Premier Protein Mixed Berry Almond cereal is currently an exclusive to our favorite store and comes in a Costco-standard 30-ounce box with two bags inside. As you know, protein packed food and drink often carry a higher price tag, so we were relieved to see the large box was only $12.99. The big red packaging piqued the interest of the kids as soon as we got home, but we managed to hold out to the next morning before cracking it open.

Our first bowl was a great success. The cereal pours easily with a lovely fragrance, and features pops of red berries and thin slivers of almonds mixed into a base of crunchy flakes. The dehydrated strawberries and raspberries layer in a bit of variety in texture while the almonds almost invisibly add some chew.

We’re a big cereal household, and at this point we’ve tried all the “healthy” options. It’s usually pretty easy to spot where they’ve skimped, but we didn’t notice that at all in this case. The berries and flakes are tasty enough together that it doesn’t feel discounted on flavor. And it’s substantial enough to fill you up without getting soggy too quickly. Importantly, the end of the bowl leaves you with some lightly berry-tinged milk, almost like a mini strawberry shake.

Premier Protein Cereal on Shelf

Premier Protein Cereal on Shelf

When we finally got around to inspecting the health claims we were surprised. There’s only 5g of total sugars and 14g of carbs per serving and is way up there in available protein content available among cereals, with 20g of protein each bowl. That’s twice as much protein as you’ll find in most alternatives. Honestly, it feels like an easy fit with the healthy lifestyle goals we’ve laid out for the year ahead.

If you’re an early fan and just can’t get enough of the cereal, their website has a series of recipes as well, including protein bites and cookies to take on the go and a parfait to top off your at-home weekend brunch.

We usually go 2% with our cereal, but in the future we might consider spiking it with one of Premier Protein’s shakes as well, double dipping for some extra protein and healthy goodness.

The cereal just hit shelves at the beginning of the year and will be trialed in 372 stores in the Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, Texas, Los Angeles and San Diego regions until the end of February. Try and buy a second box if you like it; if all goes well Costco will be rolling it out nationwide later in the year.

Costco Organic Foods January 2021 Coupons

January 2021 Organic Coupons Flyer Page 1

For the first time Costco is handing out Organic Foods January 2021 Coupons across the US. Typically we’d see these in just a single Costco region, so it’s nice that these deals are available nationwide. We’re also excited because these are the most Costco food coupons we’ve seen since Covid (and hoarding) began! The sale will run from January 18th through February 14th. This overlaps with the January 2021 Coupon Book, the Super Bowl Savings handout, and the February 2021 Coupon Book. In total there are 23 coupons throughout the flyer. If you want to be the first to see an early preview of the February 2021 Costco Coupon Book make sure to sign up for our email list, follow us on Instagram and Like us on Facebook.

All of the items in the Organic Foods January 2021 Coupons are indeed listed as organic. We’re definitely going to stock up on the Horizon Organic Whole Milk at $4 off. These are invaluable if you have small children, as the shelf life is extremely long and you can always make sure you’re not going to get caught out somewhere with no milk and a screaming baby. Costco doesn’t carry a lot of organic cheese, so we might have to try the Rumiano Organic Sliced Medium Cheddar Cheese at $2.80 off.

What are your thoughts on these coupons? What items will you be grabbing on sale?

Costco Super Bowl TV Deals 2021

Super Bowl TV Deals 2021 Page 1

We’re excited to release the Costco Super Bowl TV Deals for you! This is one of the best times of the year to buy a TV, so we’ll let you know below what the best deals are. Clicking the link above will display all the pages of the flyer so you can look through all the coupons. The Super Bowl deals for this year run from January 17th through February 7th, which is the day of the Super Bowl. Besides TV’s you can also find deals for soundbars, computer monitors, appliances, and even snacks! These deals will also overlap with the January 2021 Costco Coupon Book as well as the February 2021 Costco Coupon Book. There’s also a special Organic Foods Coupons flyer that is running from January 18th through February 14th. If you want to be the first to see an early preview of the March 2021 Costco Coupon Book make sure to sign up for our email list, follow us on Instagram and Like us on Facebook.

The Costco Super Bowl handout is also known as the Big Game Savings handout. The reason for this is that the term Super Bowl is heavily copyrighted. TVs go on sale this time of year for a few reasons. One is that the Super Bowl is the most watched television broadcast of the year. Secondly, new TVs generally come out in April, so this is the last time for retailers to advertise them in a major holiday sale before the new models start rolling out. When comparing this years prices to last years, we can see that TVs are continually getting cheaper. For example, the best TV available at Costco is the LG OLED CX series. Last year in the Super Bowl ad the 55″ and 65″ were $100 more than they are this year. We’re disappointed there are no Samsung QLED TVs, as there usually are and they are a great TV as well. The Vizio M51a-H6 36″ 5.1 Channel Home Theater Sound System is an intriguing deal. Regularly $299 with a $100 off coupon makes it $199. The sound system has a massive 6″ wireless subwoofer that should produce some great sound. The Doritos Nacho Cheese are a great splurge to enjoy the game with as well.

If you’re having trouble opening the pages you can also go directly to the first page of the coupons. Leave a comment letting us know if you’ve been waiting for this flyer to buy a TV, and if so, which one you’re getting! Which deals stand out to you?

Tide Antibacterial Fabric Spray Review

Tide Antibacterial Spray

Christmas cleanup might be our least favourite time of the year. With the excitement of the season already gone, we’re left out on our own with months of cold and winter ickiness ahead of us. We spied Tide’s Antibacterial Fabric Spray in Costco’s cleaning aisle during our last visit, and with 2020 still on our minds, we didn’t hesitate to bring a couple bottles home. It’s quickly become a key part of our arsenal in our war against household germs.

The handy spray bottle is decked out in Tide’s signature colors, clad in orange with a royal blue top. The spray is not directly a laundry product, but it’s a great complement to your normal clothes wash routine and a great new tool for any other fabrics you’ll find around the house.

Tide Antibacterial Spray is certified to kill 99.9% of bacteria, including a slew of nasty stuff like salmonella and E. coli. A quick spray promises to eliminate the “yuck you can’t see,” sanitizing and ridding fabrics of odor-causing microorganisms to keep your clothes smelling clean and fresh between washes. It’s also versatile enough to be used on stuff you can’t throw in the laundry, like couches, rugs and curtains.

For such a comprehensive cleaning product it’s also a breeze to use. Do a quick spot clean, then spray it on generously until the fabric is damp (Tide suggests that you use enough that it takes five minutes to dry). Leave it alone while it dries, but you don’t have to take any crazy precautions—it’s non-toxic and safe if kids or pets get their paws on it. Afterwards, your target fabric will be good as new, with no residue or weird crunchy stiffness.

We’ve seen other sanitizing sprays before, but this is the first we’ve seen that is specifically designed for fabrics and soft surfaces. We thought that we’d mostly use this on clothes, and it’s definitely great for that. A quick application will easily give you an extra wear or two. But we’ve actually used it a lot more on all the other stuff we have around the house.

For example, it’s been a godsend for our kids’ stuffed toys, which get (literally) dragged through the mud and can never be washed enough, and pretty much anything our dogs touch when they come inside. We brought one out to the minivan specifically for a couple old seat stains and now it’s there to stay. The spray is just invaluable when it comes to those sticky situations that somehow come up every car ride.

Overall, we can’t get enough of this product. Beyond Tide’s special formula, the 3,000 five-star reviews on Amazon and all that technical stuff, it’s just great for peace of mind. Anytime you notice that Rufus has tracked new dirt onto the carpet or wonder why the kids’ stuffies suddenly have a new funk, you’re going to reach for this and feel a bit better about things. And for $11.99 for a 3-pack, that’s just a great deal.

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