The new Costco Coupon Book started yesterday (sorry for the delay in posting about them) and run through December 20th. As usual, I can see lots of things that I might try out because of the coupons or things that we like to buy when we have a coupon, like the M&Ms.
In the coupon book this month there’s more than $1,600.00 in savings for the warehouses and an additional $1,800.00 for Costco.com. There are 51 coupons that you can use at the stores and then another 20 deals on Costco.com. Plus, there are also 22 deals available in the coupon book that won’t require any coupon clipping! I’ve created a PDF for the December Costco Coupon Book that you can download (1.7 MB).
Here are my favorite coupons this month:
- M&Ms, Peanut or Plain, 56 ounce, $2.50 off; limit 2 – Dave love’s M&Ms. So, we’re always more than happy to take a bag or two off of Costco’s hands, especially when there’s a coupon. Everyone knows what M&Ms are like, so I don’t need to a full review of these. However, I will say that buying the big bag at Costco is a great deal but also a bit of curse because it is 56 ounces. So, enjoy them but be careful.
- Sunchips Harvest Cheddar, 21.6 ounce, $2.00 off; limit 1 – We’re big fans of the Sunchips and we particularly like the cheddar flavored chips. I like the hearty, non-greasy taste of these and the cheddar cheese taste goes perfectly with the whole grains. These are really a great alternative to traditional potato chips because they’re not oily at all and you don’t need as many to feel all snacked out. They’re a nice little afternoon snack that doesn’t do total destruction to your diet.
- Kirkland Signature Panko Breaded Shrimp, 2.5 pounds, $3.50 off; limit 1 – I’ve been wanting to try these for a while because we love shrimp. But let’s face it, I’m far too lazy most of the time to encrust shrimp myself. These are ready to just pop into the oven and eat. What could be easier? I hope that these actually taste as good as they do in my mind!
- Kirkland Signature Facial Towelettes, 150 count, $2.50 off; limit 1 – I love these things! They are so convenient, especially when you’re traveling or camping. But they’re also really handy to use at home when you need to freshen up your makeup or something because you can get that fresh clean face feeling without throwing water around and getting your hair all messed up (am I the only one that has this problem?). Plus, they make my skin feel really soft and nice. And, these are way less expensive than the brand-name versions.
- Yukon Charlie’s Pro-Guide Aluminum Snowshoe Kit, Costco.com only, $79.99 after $20.00 off – I obviously don’t live somewhere that gets snow, and if we do it certainly isn’t enough to break out the snowshoes. However, if I did live someplace like that, I’d love a pair of these because this always looks fun and like great exercise in the snow wintertime when jogging and things are less than appealing. The deal at Costco.com includes trekking poles and a storage bag, plus shipping and handling. So, if you’re looking for a cool gift (no pun intended) for someone in a snowy place, you might consider these.
- If you’re looking for electronics, computers, or televisions for gifts this year, then you’ll find plenty in the instant savings section of this month’s coupon book. There are good deals on everything from computers and printers to nice HD camcorders and digital cameras. On the non-electronics, geeky-side of things, there’s also a nice 2 piece luggage set that would make a great gift too.