If you shop at Costco, you should have received your monthly coupon booklet in the mail recently. My pal at Frugal Living NW does an excellent job of going through the entire booklet and matches them to prices in the store. 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 went in effect January 2nd and run through January 27th so you have a few weeks left to take advantage of them.
Here are a few of my favorite deals. But, you’re going to want to head on over to Frugal Living NW for the full list.
Planters Dry Roasted Peanuts (52 oz) on sale BOGO (2 for $6.49, limit 3)
Works out to $3.24 each or $0.99 per pound.
Kirkland Signature Soft & Chewy Granola Bars (64 ct): $4.99 (limit 6)
Works out to less than $0.08 each.
Pure Protein Bar Variety Pack (21 ct): $13.99 (limit 15)
Works out to $0.67 per bar.
Jif Peanut Butter (2/48 oz): $6.99 (limit 2)
Works out to $1.16 per 16-ounce jar (like you’d find in the grocery store).
Jimmy Dean Delights Turkey Sausage, Egg White & Cheese English Muffins (12 ct): $8.99 (no limit)
Works out to $0.75 per sandwich.
Smartwater *(15/1 Liter): $11.99 (limit 5)
Works out to just $0.79 each. Frugal Living NW writes: “these are usually over $2 at the grocery store.”
Dawn Platinum Advanced Power Liquid Dish Soap (90 oz): $7.79 (limit 2)
Works out to $0.87 per 10-ounce bottle (like you’d find in the grocery store).
The Original Donut Shop Coffee K-Cup Pods or Tully’s Hawaiian Blend K-Cup Pods (100 ct): $37.99 (limit 5)
Works out to $0.37 per pod.
Sabra Snackers Classic Hummus with Pretzels (6 ct): $4.79 (no limit)
Works out to $0.79 each.
Seeds of Change Organic Quinoa & Brown Rice (6/8.5 oz): $7.99 (limit 2)
Works out to $1.33. See my post from earlier for how to sample this item for free!
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 I needed…until I went to Costco. You might also be interested to read my Top 10 Favorite Things I Found at Costco in 2018.