Not even a day in between the coupon books for Costco UK this month. The last one expired on the 6th and the new one started yesterday on the 7th. This month’s coupon book runs from February 7 – 27 and has over £640.00 of savings inside. There’s everything from major appliances to chocolate to socks.
I’ve uploaded the February Costco Coupon Book PDF (or view it in the Google PDF viewer) so you can browse it if you haven’t gotten yours yet. While you can print these out for reference purposes, Costco only accepts the original coupons. If you didn’t get your book or never do, you should stop by Customer Service and make sure that they have all of your mailing information correct and that you have allowed them permission to send you things in the mail. Also, while you’re there, ask them for a copy of the latest book if they didn’t hand you one when you walked in the store. Here in the UK I never have to actually give them the coupons, and they don’t seem interested in taking them from people that have cut them out even.
This month the Executive Member special deal is for £15.00 off a Dualit 4 Slice Polished Toaster, with a final price of £117.58 (including VAT). I’d have to like toast a lot more than I do, I guess, to spend that much money on a toaster. I’m wondering what is so special about the way it toasts or the toast quality that makes it so pricey. But luckily, there are plenty of other good deals for those of us that don’t dream of this toaster.
If you’ve got a baby and you’re always in desperate need of baby wipes, they have a great deal this month: Buy 2, Get 1 Free on this huge box of Huggies Pure Wipes, 6 packages with 72 wipes, for a total of 432 wipes. So, you could end up with 1,296 wipes for a final price of £11.97 (with VAT). That is a fantastic deal!
They have a coupon for the Joseph Joseph Chopping Boards again this year. I purchased this set last year, one of our first purchases after we moved into our new flat. They still look okay, with a few scratches and cuts from the knives, but nothing worse than I would expect after a year. I love this little set though because it is just the right size for a chopping board and they even have their own little storage rack. With the coupon this month you can save 25%, which leaves you with a final price of £16.18 (with VAT). And that is about half the price that you’ll find them other places. This set is £32.00 at Amazon and £42.00 at John Lewis.
They’ve got pretty much the full complement of appliances on offer this month too. You can get a Hoover washer, condenser dryer, or dishwasher. You can save £30.00 on the washing machine, for a final price of £275.98; or, £35.00 on the condenser dryer for a final price of £353.98; or, £40.00 off of the dishwasher for a final price of £311.98. And to add to your new appliance selection, they also have a Hotpoint Fridge Freezer for £20.00 off for a final price of £239.98.
They also have coupons for a few things that I’ve purchased at Costco in the US too:
- Eurow Microfibre Towels, 36 pack, £2.00 off for a final price of £10.78 (with VAT). These towels are incredibly useful for any kind of cleaning job you have around the house. I use them for all my normal cleaning tasks because they soft and lint free, and won’t leave things streaky. But they are also great for their amazing absorbency. I’ve even used them to dry fresh herbs and lettuce because they wick the water away. For the full review, check out my previous post about them.
- Stacy’s Simply Naked Pita Chips, 620 grams, 30% off for a final price of £4.18 (with VAT). These are delicious either plain or with any kind of dip you could dream up. They are super crunchy and have just the right amount of salt to give them a nice flavor. I like them with hummus but they are also good with cheesey dips like the artichoke dip that they have in the US but I’m not sure I’ve seen it in the UK before. You can check out what I have written about them in the past.
- Tramontina Non-Stick Saute Pans, 3 pack, £5.00 off for a final price of £17.98 (with VAT). I have some of these and I liked them so much that I even brought them with my in my small, essential collection of pots and pans that I brought to London. They are just great pans. I’ve had them for a couple of years now, since I bought them at Costco in the US when they had a coupon on a 2 pack. I use them quite often and the non-stick surface is still in great shape. We’ve all bought the non-stick pans that start losing their coating or mysteriously seem to get scratches in it, no matter how careful you are with them. I like the addition of the extra pan, which seems like it is a large saute pan. The small one (20.3 cm) is perfect for a single grilled cheese sandwich, I know from lots of experience. My large one, seems to be the size of the medium one (25.4 cm), and it works nicely when I’ve got some mushrooms or onions that I want to saute for dinner, or even for two burgers and some onions. The large one (30.4 cm) would be really nice to have because I’ll bet that one is big enough for making several pancakes at once. You can read my thoughts on them in my 2009 post.