Save Money with Costco Deals & Costco Coupons
This Hip2Save.com Deal was hand-posted on Monday, July 2nd, 2012 at 10:37 am.
Wow! I received an email from reader Rejeana letting me know about a sweet Keurig Platinum B-70 Deal you may be able to snag at Costco. Through July 6th, whenever you buy a Keurig Platinum B-70 Brewer Value Packs for $149.99 you’ll get 60 FREE K-Cups as well as a My K-Cup Reusable Filter in your box! At Rejeana’s store, she was also able to choose an additional box of 80 ct K-Cups for FREE ($37.99 value)! Wowza!
This is a great deal considering the Keurig Platinum B-70 Brewer by itself is currently selling for $169.95 on Amazon! I recommend calling your store before you head over there to verify that they are also offering this deal. Come back and let us know if you’re also able to score this same deal!
This Hip2Save.com Deal was hand-posted on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011 at 6:22 pm.
WOW! Check out this awesome FREE after rebate item! Currently, Costco has this Jumpstart Advanced Preschool World Premium Edition priced at just $19.99 with a $19.99 rebate, so essentially FREE! This same set costs over $25 on Amazon! …And the best part, you do NOT need to be a Costco member to score this freebie (just skip the member # option)! Keep in mind, If you’re not a member, you will have to pay a $1 non-member fee, but still a sweet deal! Also, everyone will pay a tax of $1.68.
The rebate offer is a limit of one per household. If you are not a Costco member, you’ll have to mail in your rebate using this form. If you’re in fact a member, then you’ll have the option to submit your rebate online. Once you have received your shipment confirmation email, visit the Costco.com rebate center and then you’ll be able to submit your rebate info.
*For additional details and restrictions contact Costco Rebate Customer Service at 1-866-355-3137.
(Thanks, Because Cheaper is Better & Lisa!)
This Hip2Save.com Deal was hand-posted on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011 at 12:03 pm.
Despite the fact that manufacturer’s coupons are not accepted and that you have to buy bulk quantities, I still love to head to Costco once a month or so to check out all their new products. In addition to snagging their delicious hot dogs and a soda for only $1.50, my kids, hubby, and I love to check out their new clothes and kitchen items, browse the produce and meat departments and meander the aisles grabbing samples, etc. For this reason, I was excited to learn about some “secret” tips to be a savvy Costco shopper.
* Scour the aisles for items whose sale price ends in 97¢ (regularly priced items usually have a sale price that ends in 99¢). If you find an item whose price ends in 97¢, this indicates that this item did not sell as quickly as expected and Costco is trying to clear it out. In other words, this is time to buy the item (if it is something that you need/want).
* You’ll also want to look for items whose sale price ends with “odd pricing” (i.e. prices that end in 79¢ or 49¢). This usually indicates that Costco got a special deal from the manufacturer and typically means that these items are competitively priced in comparison to other stores.
* In addition to the price, be sure to look for a * on the upper right corner of the display sign. If you see a *, it indicates that the item is not being reordered (i.e. once the current stock has been sold, it will not be replaced). In other words, if you have been eying this item for a while, now is the time to snatch it up as you will not likely have another opportunity. Keep in mind that a * only indicates that the item will not be re-ordered…it does not necessarily mean that the item is marked down from the original sale price.
* Finally, keep your eyes peeled for those instant rebates that are deducted automatically at checkout (some states are even offering special energy rebates when you purchase fluorescent bulbs).
So…how about you? Do you have any great tips to share or any secrets (we promise not to tell ;) )?!