So, you probably noticed that I didn’t post anything yet about the new coupon book. I apologize to everyone that has been looking for information about them here, but I was on vacation in Germany (without any real Internet access) when the new book arrived and just got back yesterday. As a result, I’m going to try taking a bit of a shortcut by posting the latest coupon book as a big PDF. This way, you can easily see all of the coupons and information for yourself (if you didn’t already get your book), and it saves me from taking a bunch of time to type them all in here. Hopefully, this will work out well for everyone and I can keep doing this. But I’m still going to point out some of the really great deals or my favorite coupons.
So, explanation over, I’ll get on to the good stuff: the information. The new coupon book went into effect on September 17th and is valid through October 4th with more than $1,300.00 in savings in the warehouses and an additional $2,500.00 in savings at Costco.com across 100 coupons. There are some good coupons this month too, including $70.00 off a new set of Michelin or BFGoodrich tires and $1.00 off the oh so delicious Costco Pumpkin Pie!
Here’s the link to the new Costco Coupon Book as a PDF (2.2MB) for you to browse through (but you’ve probably already gotten yours, huh?). I’ve pointed out a few items that I think are real stand-outs either in the deal they offer or just because they are great products. And there are a couple of products that are new to Costco that they are highlighting with coupons this month too.
- Kirkland Signature Liquid Laundry Detergent, $2.50 off; limit 1. This coupon is good for the Ultra or the new environmentally friendly detergents. I’ve been using the environmentally friendly detergent for a while now and really like it. I think it’s the lavender scent that I like so much; very fresh and clean smelling. Previously, I used the Ultra version that was for people with allergies or sensitive skin and really liked it too. I’m glad they’re having a coupon because I was getting low on detergent!
- Nestle Singles Variety Pack, 30 count, $4.50 off; limit 2. I buy these everyone year for Halloween. Sadly, I remember when it was buy one, get one free, which we obviously liked better. But it’s still a decent savings and we like to give out the big, full-sized bars for Halloween. Plus, they always have the good varieties like Crunch bars and Butterfingers. You know, just in case they don’t all find their way into the hands of trick or treaters.
- Silk Organic Vanilla Soy Milk, $2.00 off; limit 1. If you’re going to drink soy milk, you really should try the Silk brand. It’s so delicious and has some body to it like traditional cow’s milk. It also avoids that watery taste that a lot of soy milk gets. I haven’t tried the organic version, but the regular vanilla is so delicious. It’s like a little treat whether you’re having it with cereal or just by itself.
- Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, 4-8 count cans, $1.50 off; limit 3. I just wanted to point these out for everyone that likes to get these for the holidays. I believe this is a new item to Costco (at least it is to ours). These little rolls can get pricey to buy at the grocery stores, so you might as well take advantage of the Costco coupon for a little savings and the ease of getting 4 cans at once. Can you freeze these?
- Neat Receipts Scanner, $20.00 off for a final price of $129.99; Costco.com only. If you are like us and tend to be a little financial records obsessive, this might be the tool for you. This allows you to scan your receipts and easily organize them and even import them into Quicken and Money. Plus, the digital scanned versions are IRS acceptable but take up less physical space for sure than a year’s worth of receipts. And the new version of the software works with Mac now too.
- Kirkland Signature Pumpkin Pie, $1.00 off; no limit. This is the best pumpkin pie that you’ll ever buy. If you’re a good baker and use quality ingredients you can probably make one just as well, but I’m sure you’ll have more in it than $4.99 (the price after the $1.00 off). Not to mention, it’s going to take way longer to make one than to go to Costco and buy it. This are fabulous pumpkin pies and are normally a steal but with this coupon it’s a phenomenal deal. But how mean of them not to have the coupon at Thanksgiving, huh? We bought a pumpkin pie already, the first of many.
- Michelin or BFGoodrich Tires, set of 4, $70.00 off; no limit; available at Costco.com too. I just wanted to add this one because I know that there always seem to be a lot of people looking for the coupon on tires from Costco. And if you need to get tires, it’s better to save $70.00 I think. Plus, you get the great quality service and backing from Costco.