The web seems to have a lot of third parties promising Costco coupons that turn out not to exist. One of the only third parties that has verifiable discount codes is RetailMeNot. Most of them go toward technology items, such as laptops, tablets, and batteries.
Other than that, Costco issues its own coupons in book format 10 times a year. They used to come out monthly and were also larger as well. Note that each book is valid for about three-and-a-half weeks, so there are times in the year when no coupons are active.
Where Can You Redeem Costco Coupons
Another thing to keep in mind is that all of the items being featured in Costco’s coupon books are generally located on the ends of aisles and in the center of aisles throughout the store.
Like most things with Costco, coupons are only valid for members to use. But there’s good news: sometimes you can get a deal on memberships through what else but a coupon.
Readers, what kinds of deals have you found at Costco lately?
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