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 November 27th and run through December 24th 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.
Nutella & Go! (16/1.8 oz): $9.79 (limit 5)
Works out to $0.61 per can
Yoplait Go-Gurt Simple Variety Pack (32 ct): $4.69 (no limit)
Works out to $0.14 each
Kirkland Signature Mac and Cheese on sale $2 off/package (no limit)
Works out to $3.29 per pound. Side note: I LOVE this stuff. It’s sooo good. My favorite thing is to pick up a roast chicken for $5 to go with it. Delicious dinner idea, and cheaper than takeout!
K-Cup Pods Variety Pack (72 ct): $24.99 (limit 5)
Works out to $0.34 per pod
Starbucks Frappuccino (15/9.5 oz): $13.79 (limit 10)
Works out to $0.92 per bottle
eos Lip Balm (6 pack): $11.99 (limit 6)
Works out to just $2 each (good stocking stuffer idea!)
Finish Max in 1 Dishwasher Detergent (125 tabs): $11.89 (limit 5)
Works out to less than $0.10 per tab
Life Comfort 60″ x 70″ Urban Plush Throw: $9.99
Can you really have too many Costco plush throws? I think not.
Duracell Alkaline Batteries AA or AAA (32-40 ct): $12.99 (limit 5)
32 Degrees Ladies’ Plush Jacket: $13.99
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 2017.