I’m not going to make this into more than it is by calling it a coupon book, because it’s just not big enough. I’m hoping that this is just a little coupon goodness to tide us all over until the real coupon book comes out at the end of the May (hopefully). And I’m definitely hoping that this isn’t a new trend in Costco’s coupon books.
I thought at first this was just a promotional thing from P&G, but there are some other products in here that have nothing to do with any of their brands. However, P&G is advertising a contest that they are running for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Olympics. All you have to do to enter is purchase any two P&G products from the list of brands shown in the coupon flyer, in a single transaction between May 2 – June 12, 2011, and you’ll be automatically entered into a drawing for the tickets at your warehouse. There are 22 sets of tickets, with one set of tickets being given out per Costco location. So, that’s kind of cool.
I’ve got a copy of the coupon flyer available as a PDF that you can download or just view online through the Google PDF viewer. There are only 16 coupons in the flyer (thus why I’m not calling it a coupon book) worth around £150.00 in savings. There is a strong P&G presence in the coupon deals, with 7 of the 16 coupons for their products. However, there are some coupons for other things too, like a 40″ Toshiba LCD television and an Acer 11.6″ notebook. So, there aren’t a lot of coupons, but you might find something in here that appeals to you.
Also, if anyone has gotten their copy of the next Costco US Coupon Book, I haven’t received a PDF of the next one yet, so there’s still a chance to win the $25.00 Costco Cash Card. Just email me your PDF, including the front and back covers.