To celebrate the opening of the new Costco in Seville, Spain, there’s a coupon book, of course. Through May 31, you can take advantage of €200.00 in savings at the new Costco store. I’ve uploaded a copy of the Costco Spain Coupon Book as a PDF (or view it in the Google PDF viewer). Or, you can view them at the Costco website. These were originally sent out as an email (to a very nicer person in Spain that passed them along to me), however, I’m not sure how you sign up to get them into your own inbox. I am unable to locate a way to do this through the Costco Spain website, so you might have to sign up for the email newsletter in person at a warehouse or when you sign up for your new membership. Receiving the Costco Spain email newsletters is the best way to stay up to date on coupons or deals like these, as well as any Costco news.
Since these coupons are only for a two week period, it isn’t as big as the regular coupon booklets in the US or UK. However, there are still some great deals. If you’re getting set to watch the World Cup and your old television just isn’t up to the task, you might want to be sure to check out the televisions at Costco because they usually have really competitive deals. There’s also a deal for €80.00 off of an LG Smart TV, unfortunately, they don’t have the price after the discount is applied on the television. But this looks like a pretty fancy one that even comes with something called “Magic Control”. I don’t exactly what that is, but it sounds futuristic and straight out of Minority Report.
If you’ve got a baby, I’m certain you will be thrilled with the €4.00 discount on Kirkland Signature Baby Wipes. You get a big box of 900 wipes for €14.99 with tax after the discount. Everyone I know with babies loves the Kirkland Signature wipes and diapers/nappies. I don’t have a point of comparison, but I’ve heard great things about them and would suggest people give them a try.
I noticed that there’s a coupon for the famous Ortiz tuna too. You can save €6.00 on a 1600 gram jar of Ortiz Lomos de Bonito del Norte (that’s tuna loins for those of you that have my Spanish language skills, or at least that is what Google tells me). After the discount, the price for the jar is €19.99 (with tax). I’ve heard great things about the Ortiz tuna, as well as their other products. All of their tuna is line caught and hand processed and cut to fit the tins or jars. They take a lot of care with the catching and handling of the tuna and from what I have been told, it really shows in the taste.
There’s also a deal to save €20.00 off what looks to be a whole Jamón Ibérico de Bellota! I’m in love with the new Costco in Spain and haven’t even been there yet. Seeing this has encouraged me to make a weekend reservation at Iberica here in London, so that I can have a little taste of Spain now too.
So, if you are planning to check out the new Costco in Seville before the end of the month, be sure to look through all of their current deals before you go. Also, the Costco pizzas for €6.99 (after €2.00 off) is a good deal but I’m a big fan of the Costco pizzas because they aren’t skimpy with the toppings and you can get a nice crispy crust when you cook it at home.