If you shop at Costco, you should have received your monthly coupon booklet in the mail recently. 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 March 12th 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. But, you’re going to want to head on over to Frugal Living NW for the full list.
Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Bar Variety (48 ct): $8.79 (limit 6)
Works out to $0.18 per bar
General Mills Fruit by the Foot Variety Pack (48 ct): $8.59 (limit 4)
Works out to $0.17 each
Quaker Instant Oatmeal Variety Pack (52 ct): $4.99 (no limit)
Works out to $0.09 per pack
S.Pellegrino Sparkling Mineral Water (15/750 mL): $13.99 (limit 4)
Works out to $0.93 per bottle
Lysol Advanced Toilet Bowl Cleaner (4/32 oz): $5.49 (limit 5)
Works out to $1.37 each
Finish Powerball All-in-1 Plus Tabs (115 ct): $11.39 (limit 5)
Works out to $0.09 per load
Glad Odor Shield with Febreze 13-Gallon Trash Bags (140 ct): $11.99 (limit 5)
Works out to $0.08 per bag
Gillette Disposable Razors (26 ct): $19.99 (limit 2)
Works out to $0.76 per razor
L’il Critters Gummy Vites (275 ct): $8.99 (limit 6)
Duracell Alkaline Batteries (AA or AAA): $11.99 (limit 5)
Works out to as low as $0.29 per battery
Get the full list of mailer matchups at Frugal Living NW. Want more Costco fun? Then make sure to check out the latest installment in Stuff I didn’t know…until I went to Costco. You might also be interested to read my Top 10 Favorite Things I Found at Costco in 2016..