Costco US Coupon Book: February 2 – 26, 2012

January 30th, 2012 · 4 Comments

As promised, here is the new Costco US coupon book.  It runs from this Thursday, February 2 throughout most of the month, through February 26.  This month there are coupons worth more than $1,600.00 in discounts, and then another $4,800.00 in online deals at Costco.com.  Also, there are some great instant savings deals that you can take advantage of in the warehouses.  The value of the coupons is a little bit higher than last month, which is always good.  And even better if those additional savings are for things that you might actually want to purchase.

Costco US Coupon Book: February 2 - 26, 2012

I’ve uploaded the new Costco US 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 your location requires you to hand them in).  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 you were not aware, the coupon books are only mailed to the primary member on the account.

As usual, there are several things in the coupon book that I have already reviewed, so if you’re curious about my take on something you should try using the Google search tool for my blog (on the upper right hand side).  For instance, one of the things that I have written about before are the Snapware container sets.  This month there is an instant savings of $5.00 for a 42 piece set.  I love my Snapware containers.  The sets have a variety of sizes for just about anything you could want to store.  The snapping close of the lid definitely makes sure that your food doesn’t spill out all over your lunch bag or your fridge.  Plus, they clean up really well, no matter if I’ve had tomato based stuff in them or not.  The set that I had purchased was only 36 pieces, so you get a few more now.  So, if you’re curious you should check out my full review.

There really are so many good coupons this month.  Like, the instant savings of $2.75 off the Kirkland Signature Lobster Bisque.  It’s so delicious and even better when you’re getting a deal.  I always feel it necessary to point out that there is a coupon for First Alert fire extinguishers and smoke detectors (instant savings of $7.00 off) this month.  If you don’t have fire extinguishers by all of the key areas (kitchen, garage, etc) and on each floor, this is a great time to change that.  And if you don’t need either of these items, it’s still a good reminder that now is the perfect time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors.

And of course, what Costco coupon book would be complete without a coupon for tires?  This month you can get $70.00 off a set of Michelin tires.  This also covers tires that you need to order through Costco.com.  The optical coupon of the month is for $30.00 off a new pair of eyeglasses (frames and lenses).

There seem to be far more Instant Savings deals than regular coupons this month.  I think that’s great because then people don’t have to wonder if they need to clip the coupons or not (rules at your warehouse may vary), which means that even if you didn’t get your coupon book on time this month, you can still get some savings.  Really, there are only five pages of actual coupons and everything else is for an instant savings or something from Costco.com (same as an instant saving deal really).  And one of those pages I’m not really sure it isn’t more like an instant savings deal too since it is for the ink cartridge refilling and a photo center thing.

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4 Responses so far ↓

  1. 1 MyDarlin // 2012.02.02 at 7:06 pm

    In Maryland, they scan one coupon sitting at the register for everyone and it applies to the entire order. They should really be more consistent. If all barcodes are the same why on earth would you bother tearing out individual coupons? Silly!

  2. 2 joel // 2012.02.01 at 9:58 am

    The coupon policy at Costco is even more varied that just YMMV, was was told my a cashier last month that in the future I would have to tear out all the coupons for the items that I purchased, the next day I had a cashier at the same store just scan a coupon that he had sitting on his keyboard, even though I wasn’t purchasing anything that had a coupon associated with it.

  3. 3 Rickie M // 2012.01.31 at 3:01 pm

    Regarding the coupons that require scanning – during my regularly weekly visit to Costco last Saturday, I was told that the new policy was they required the actual coupon for the item. In other words, no longer would they scan one coupon (they all have the same bar code) which would then be good for all coupon book items you were purchasing; you had to have one coupon for each item. I don’t think they are actually checking to make sure the coupon you give them matches the product, but they are checking to make sure the total number of coupons is sufficient for the number of eligible products you are buying.

  4. 4 Emily (Bentobloggy.com) // 2012.01.31 at 12:54 pm

    This is the best book I’ve seen in months!!

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