Costco UK Coupon Book: July 4 – 31, 2011

July 5th, 2011 · 4 Comments

Not even a day in between coupon books here in the UK.  This coupon book only runs through the end of July though; not even a full month.  This month there are savings of just £630.00; that’s around £300.00 less than the previous coupon book.  There are definitely some things that I buy quite often in this set of coupons though, so for  me this is a far better book than last month.

Costco UK Coupon Book: July 4 - 31, 2011

I’ve uploaded the latest Costco UK Coupon Book PDF(or view it in the Google PDF viewer) so you can browse it if you haven’t gotten yours yet.  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 either.  But I still find it useful to have a copy so I know what to look for because I don’t always notice the signs that they’ve posted to let you know what has a coupon.

There seems to be a pretty good mix of coupons this month.  One that I’m sure mom’s will be happy to see is the coupon for Huggies Pure Baby Wipes, buy 3 for the price of 2; each pack contains 6 boxes of 64 wipes each (384 wipes per box).

As you can usually find in the coupon books, there are a variety of different coupons for various cleaning products, and this time is no exception: Daz/Bold, Fairy liquid, Ariel, Finish, Lenor, Surf, Harpic.  So, lots of opportunities to get your cleaning products at a discount.  If you’re looking to clean in a more automatic way, there are also coupons for Whirlpool appliances: £40 off a washing machine, £45 off a condenser dryer, and £45 off a dishwasher.

There are a few products that I might try out since they are on offer too.  The Tyrerell’s Mixed Root Vegetable Crisps for 25% off (£3.37 final price) have always intrigued me, so I might have to give them a trial run in my pantry.  The Dorset Really Nutty Muesli, 2 – 750 gram boxes for £3.32, for a discount of 33%, are also on my list.  I like this flavor in my small box variety pack, so I might pick this up since it is on sale.  The AlpenLight Summer Fruits Bars for 25% off, £4.94 with VAT for 24 – 21 gram bars, also seem like they could be good.  I like they’re cereal so I’m sure these should be good too.

The other thing that everyone should be sure to check out is the group of fresh food items that are on sale each week this month.  There are three different coupons each week on fresh items such as various kinds of meat, pizza, cakes, vegetables for various amounts of savings.  And there’s even a £1.00 off coupon for the awesome rotisserie chickens the last week of the month.  The coupon makes the chicken just £2.99!  I will definitely be there that week!

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  1. 1 kevin // 2011.07.09 at 11:56 pm

    I’ll be visiting London during the last week of July. I don’t think it’s weird for wanting to visit Costco. I realize it would be very similar to US stores, but even when traveling in the US, I like to visit the local Costco to see the regional products, and especially different cafeteria items. Can you recommend which one would be easier to reach (staying in central London)? I’ll be limited to public transport, but could be willing to take a taxi or walking the last stretch. Also, I imagine a US membership won’t mean anything to them, but do they have day passes to let me walk through?

    • 2 Kimberly // 2011.07.12 at 6:53 am

      @Kevin – I think that most of the locations are pretty easy to get to using the tube, overground and bus system around London. If you go to the Costco.co.uk website you can see all of their locations with directions. The individual locations list information about how to reach them via bus, if available too. You can certainly get to the Watford location (that’s the one that I shop at) using the tube, to get to Watford town center and then taking the bus from there to Costco. Here’s a link to the Watford location directions and hours: http://www.costco.co.uk/Locations_home/locations/Watford/watford_x_O.html

      You can also get information about the London public transport system, including journey planning here: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/

      With regards to your US membership, that is definitely accepted here in the UK. Or, any other Costco location around the world, for that matter. So, there’s no need to get a day pass or anything, just don’t forget to bring your membership card with you. You will need cash or a UK debit card to purchase anything though.

  2. 3 Amoeba // 2011.07.05 at 7:18 pm

    Hey! I got a scan of the upcoming US coupon book and I tried to email it to you and got a delivery failure email! Please help me I want the $25 :) What is your eMail?

  3. 4 Margie // 2011.07.05 at 10:47 am

    Any idea when the next U.S. coupon book is coming out?

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