Costco Korea Coupon Book from P&G: February 14 – March 17, 2013

February 20th, 2013 · 3 Comments

I feel really bad that it has taken me this long to get information about this latest Costco Korea coupon book posted.  It started last week(!) and runs through the middle of March and is all about Proctor & Gamble products of all kinds and types.  The most amazing thing, is all of the different types of products that P&G make, everything from Gillette razors to Febreeze to Duracell batteries to Tide laundry detergent.

Costco Korea P&G Coupon Book: February 14 – March 17, 2013

As with all of the Costco Korea coupon books, you can find this latest P&G coupon book online.  They have the coupons split between two week periods.  So, the first page of 15 coupons runs from February 14 through March 3, and the second page of 14 coupons run from March 4 – 17.  I am a big believer in striking while the coupons are hot, so to speak, whether it be at Costco or somewhere else.  So be sure to check these out for all of the things that you can save on over the next few weeks.

While I haven’t been shopping in Korea, I imagine that like everywhere else in the world, razors are expensive.  But luckily, this bunch of coupons has several different coupons (five actually) for razors or replacement blades.  Though one of them is the much more expensive electric shaver option.  In any case, it’s always nice to save some money on something you use so regularly.  Sadly, no razors for the ladies, just men.

There are also four coupons for Duracell batteries, so if you’re like us and still manage to have tons of things that use batteries, this is the time to take buy them.  The other product category that seems to be well represented is dental hygiene with coupons for toothbrushes, including the Oral-B electric toothbrush, as well as some for kids.  There’s also a coupon for dental floss.  But why’d they leave out the toothpaste?

Also, don’t forget that there are still coupons from the Lunar New Year coupon book that runs through March 10, 2013 (so still a couple of weeks).

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  1. 1 Allison // 2013.02.21 at 3:20 am

    Yes, it’s me again, Allison in Seoul. The two biggest deals in this coupon book are for the Gillette Fusion razors and the Downy fabric softener. Both are sold at other stores, in korea, but Costco’s REGULAR prices are much cheaper, for both. Unfortunately, there is also a large resale market at “Mom and Pop” Korean shops for American products like these, but they usually charge 50% more than the regular price.
    Costco is the only place in Korea that you can buy Tide and when there’s a coupon it’s a great deal. I can’t wait.

    • 2 Kimberly // 2013.02.21 at 10:55 pm

      @Allison – Thanks for the input on what it’s like to shop at Costco Korea! I knew that the razors would be a good deal, they’re always so expensive everywhere. Costco is really the only place that I can stand to buy them anymore.

      I’m hoping to be able to stop in Seoul for a few days on our way back to London and get a chance to check out Costco Korea then.

      • 3 Allison // 2013.02.23 at 7:39 am

        If you do come to Seoul there are a couple of Costcos that are convenient for those using the Seoul subway system- Yangpyung, Sangbong, and Ilsan are very accessible by subway. LMK if you need directions. But the one you will probably want to visit is Yanjae, which is close to Gangnam (yeah, that Gangnam). It’s the #1 Costco in the world for sales at over $450 million last year. It’s a madhouse, generally, and it has everything. http://www.costco.co.kr/eng/locations/yangjae/index.html

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