If you shop at Costco, you should have received your monthly coupon booklet in the mail recently. My pal Melody at This Beautiful Frugal Life does an excellent job about visiting the store each month these come out and determining the price points. The cool thing about the Costco coupons is that they are good for a full month. The other cool thing is that if you forget your coupon booklet? It doesn’t matter. You’ll automatically get the discount at checkout (neat, huh?). These coupon deals are good through October 25th, so you have a few weeks to take advantage of them.
I wanted to highlight a few of my favorite deals for the month – the deals that I think actually beat what you could get with coupons or shopping at your regular grocery store. Then, you’ll definitely want to check out the full list at This Beautiful Frugal Life!
Mars Chocolate Variety (30 ct): $13.49 (limit 2)
Works out to $0.45 per bar (these are full-size bars)
Fiber One Oat & Chocolate Chewy Bars (48 ct): $9.99 (limit 4)
Works out to just $0.21 per bar
Ocean Spray Craisins (64 oz): $6.79 (limit 2)
Like paying around $0.50-$0.60 for the smaller bags you’d find in-store – wow!
DiGiorno Supreme Pizza (3/32.7 oz): $9.54 (no limit)
Works out to $3.18 per pizza
Lysol Disinfecting Wipes (6 pack, 80 ct): $12.99
Works out to $2.16 per tub – Melody reports these are HUGE tubs, too.
Finish Powerball All-in-1 Tabs (110 ct): $10.99 (limit 5)
Works out to just under $0.10 per load
Gillette Disposable Razors (26 ct): $20.49 (limit 2)
Works out to just $0.78 per razor
KitchenAid 6-Quart Bowl Lift Mixer w/ Glass Bowl: $39.99 (limit 2, through 10/11)
Seems like a noteworthy deal to me?
Scotch Precision Ultra Edge 8″ Scissors (3 ct): $6.99 (limit 5)
Works out to just $2.33 per pair
If you’re making a trip, don’t forget about these overlapping Costco Organic Coupon Booklet deals good through October 5, too. Get the full list of mailer matchups at This Beautiful Frugal Life. Want more Costco fun? Then make sure to check out the latest installment in Stuff I didn’t know…until I went to Costco.