Costco UK Coupon Book:June 11 – July 1, 2012

June 11th, 2012 · 2 Comments

The latest Costco UK coupon book starts today (11 June) and runs through 1 July.  That really doesn’t give you much time to get to Costco, does it?  This coupon book has £1,100.00 in savings, which is a few hundred more than last month’s coupon book.  There is a pretty good mix of items represented this month.  However, it does seem like Costco is thinking it is going to be a boozy summer because there are 14 different coupons for liquor, wine or beer.

Costco UK Coupon Book: June 11 - July 1, 2012

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.  In the UK they print the coupons on both sides of the pages and without the codes, so they clearly do not want you to clip the coupons out and give them to your cashier; they just automatically deduct them after they ring up your items. 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.  I usually download a copy of the PDF I post to my iPhone before I go to the store so that I can easily reference it while shopping.

This is a good coupon book if you are planning on taking a car trip this summer.  There’s a coupon for 20% off a set of four Michelin fitted tyres (limited to two sets of tyres only).  Since I don’t have a car here in the UK, I can’t comment on the quality of their specific services.  However, I know that in the US they offer some very competitive prices (if not the best) with a high level of service too.  For me, it has always seemed much better than when I’ve taken my car to other tyre places.  So, once you’ve got the new tyres on your car, you probably want to give it a wash and Costco’s got a coupon for that.  You can get a giant 5 litre bottle of Simoniz shampoo and wax for 25% or £3.58 with VAT.

This is also a great bunch of coupons if you’ve been looking for a ginormous LED 3D television.  Costco has coupons for two televisions that will fit that bill pretty well: a 55″ and a whopping 70″.  You can save £250.00 on a 55″ Samsung Smart 3D LED television with a 3D Blu-Ray player.  Of course, it isn’t exactly cheap since it comes to £2,339.97 with VAT after the coupon is applied.  If you require something even bigger, you can get the Sony 70″ Smart 3D LED television with a coupon for £300.00 off, for a total of £2,039.98.  So, if you just want the television and don’t need the Blu-Ray player too, it is a lot less to get the giant Sony.

There are lots of other great coupons, such as a good selection of cleaning supplies and of course all of the liquor, beer, and wine coupons.  There’s a variety of coupons for household items too, like a pedestal fan which doesn’t seem like something that will be too necessary if the cool weather and rain keep up all summer long.  Since you’ve only got about three weeks to take advantage of the deals in this current coupon book, be sure to check them out and plan your next Costco trip accordingly.

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  1. 1 Ian // 2012.06.20 at 2:27 pm

    Just a heads up to warn people who go for the 20% discount off tyres, that they will refuse to fit any tyres that are not part of the car manufacturers original specification for your car. So for example I went in the other day and paid for four Michelin Exalto PE2 for my Peugeot 306 2.0 XSi, which the manufacturer states a tyre size of 195/55/15; I paid for 195/50/15 which has a lower profile, e.g. less tyre height from the ground. This is perfectly fine and Costco have fitted these in the past with no objections, but apparently they had an issue with one customer at their Sheffield branch a couple of years back, where the customer saw the legal loop-hole in their policy and ran the tyres for six months and then cheekily returned them for a brand new pair! So he was cunning and threw Costco’s good nature and willingness to give the customer their desired tyre size, by using it to claim he should have been sold a manufacturer recommended size even though he asked for a different size. So beware!

    In the end I hung around for an hour trying to decide what to do; should I get a refund and pay for another tyre choice or should I go elsewhere for the size I wanted and risk inferior fitting, which is what I have always had elsewhere. So I finally decided to pay and have Costco fit four BFGoodrich g-Grip 195/55/15 V tyres (made by Michelin as it happens!). This meant I could not benefit from the 20% discount offer and that cost me £80 more than the Michelin Exalto PE2 in the end. However I can say that these BFGoodrich g-Grip are excellent and apparently are better than my other choice in slippery or snowy conditions, so that is a real bonus for me. Due to taking much longer to make my decision, the clock ticked on and they ended up starting to remove my old tyres and fit the new ones 25 mins before closing time! Four men worked together on my car, one wheel each and did a great job. I sat and watched them in the seated viewing area inside the garage; the manager finished his wheel first and then began the process of closing the shutters and doing my paperwork; all very efficient!

  2. 2 John // 2012.06.18 at 10:12 am

    Keep up the good work

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