Costco US Coupon Book: September 4 – 28, 2014

September 3rd, 2014 · 8 Comments

The new Costco US coupon book starts on Thursday, September 4, and runs for most of the month, until September 28.  In the coupon this month there’s a decent (though smaller than the previous book) savings of $1,100.00 in warehouse savings and another $8,100.00 in online only deals.  Pretty much everything in the book, including the tire coupon, is an instant savings deal.  There are only two coupons that require you to show the cashier your actual coupon book or the app on your phone for deals in the Photo Center.  This new US coupon book is a lot like the new UK coupon book, there’s just a bunch of decent deals on regular stuff but nothing really exceptional.

Costco US Coupon Book: September 4 - 28, 2014

Costco US Coupon Book: September 4 – 28, 2014

This month I have uploaded the new Costco US Coupon Book PDF (or view it in the Google PDF viewer) , but you can also view the warehouse coupons on the website.  If you weren’t aware, Costco has updated their coupon policy for “streamlined savings”.  Basically, that means that you won’t have to clip coupons (if you ever needed to for your location anyway) again, but instead you can just show the cashier the coupon book to redeem any offers marked with a blue arrow (which will make more sense when you see the coupon book).  Or, if that is too much for you to remember to bring, you can get the latest Costco smartphone app that will allow you to use the coupons in the app for in-store redemption.  So, if you’ve got a smartphone and haven’t downloaded the Costco app yet, this is the perfect reason to do so.  You can get the app for either iPhone or Android in their respective app stores.  The only coupons that you must have the app or coupon book to redeem are the ones with the blue arrow, but there are plenty of instant savings deals as well.  For many they didn’t have to clip coupons anyway, so this isn’t necessarily all that different.  The one big change is that Costco says that they will no longer have extra copies of the coupon book available at the warehouses.   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.  Or, just use the Costco smartphone app.  Lastly, you can also view them on the website.  Costco has recently started posting the coupons online and through the app before they actually start (like just a few days after the old ones expire), so that makes it easier and nicer for planning too.

As usual, there’s a coupon for $70.00 off a set of new tires; this month the brand of choice is Michelin.  The Costco Tire Center deals used to require you to have a physical coupon or the app, however, this month they have done away with that requirement and this is an instant savings deal.  You can also take advantage of this deal through  If you are gearing up for back to school time and all the driving for the new school year, this is a great time to save a little money on a new set of tires.

There’s a number of deals that will allow you to stock up on Kirkland Signature laundry products this month.  You can get $2.90 off the KS Ultra Clean Regular or Free and Clear liquid laundry detergent.  I really like the Free and Clear detergent because it washes great but you can avoid the things in regular detergents that might give your skin a bit of a problem.  You can also get $2.00 off Kirkland Signature Fabric Softener sheets or Ultra Soft Fabric Softener (liquid).  So, your laundry can be super clean and super soft and you’ll be saving money too.  There’s also another laundry product deal that I wanted to mention because a friend pointed it out to me as something they want to try.  You can save $3.00 off a bottle of the Downy Unstopables In-Wash Scent Booster.  This is great if you want a bit of that fresh laundry smell but prefer to use scent free laundry detergents.

If you’ve been washing dishes lately and giving your old, outdated faucet dirty looks, now might be the perfect time to upgrade to a new brushed nickel Hansgrohe Pull Down Faucet.  You can save a hefty $80.00 on this faucet for a final price of $179.99.  The Hansgrohe plumbing fixtures are really easy to install and made very well.  The faucet is made from solid brass and can either be used as just a faucet or you can pull out the head of it and use it as a sprayer, plus it will fit a one or three hole sink.

So, those are a few of my highlights from the new coupon book.  It’s got a lot of nice deals for things like snacks and cleaning supplies, so there’s plenty of good stuff this month.  I’m also sorry for the delay in getting these up, I was sent them on Sunday but haven’t had decent Internet so I couldn’t actually download them until late yesterday.  I forgot what it was like to be without reliable broadband….it isn’t pretty.  LOL  Happy shopping, everyone!



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  1. 1 Greg // 2014.09.04 at 10:28 am

    Sorry to tell you, Kimberley, but you will not get the chance to water balloon me.

    Just called to get my tire appt, and apparently this rebate does not extend to the Michelin-owned brand that I need, so I will go to a competitor who will give it to me. Kinda stinks that Costco won’t do that, but they guy at Costco said my brand never gets the rebate, so oh well. Seems kinda lame though, I have to say, but 7o bucks is 70 bucks … 75 with tax, actually.

    • 2 Kimberly // 2014.09.05 at 2:20 am

      @Greg – That’s a shame that the tires you need are never on sale. That sounds like my kind of luck too though!

  2. 3 Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Phd // 2014.09.03 at 8:11 am

    I posted too soon to the other thread regarding the new UK coupon book.. About an hour after my post, I checked my mailbox and the new Costco US coupon book was in there. Congratulations to Costco for producing it sooner than usual, but an emailed pdf file would suffice, save money and possibly reduce membership fees, and enable Costco to brag that they’ve gone paperless. Next step would be stocking more low fat products and encouraging their members to eat healthier.

    • 4 Greg // 2014.09.03 at 1:31 pm

      Sheldon, do what I do … you can cancel the home delivery of the coupons, get the app and/or check here for the PDF. That saves the postage and trees.

      I think the book and associated costs are paid by the participating vendors, though, and no Costco (that’s what I was told) so I don’t think it will affect fees. I cancelled it because it’s one less piece of mail to deal with. Dealing with Kimberley’s water balloon to my head is another story entirely.

  3. 5 Greg // 2014.09.03 at 7:28 am

    Thanks as always, Kimberley. Feels weird to say I get kinda excited to see new US coupon books, and can see a few hundred bucks worth of upcoming spend this month in this one.

    Could have been over a thousand this month, however I am a bit bummed about the tire coupon again not being Bridgestone. They’ve not had Bridgestone coupons in a few months and if they don’t soon, I’ll end up not at Costco for that upcoming set that I need before year end. Will hold out for another month or two. Michelin and their sub-brands actually don’t make a good tire that fits my wheels so their coupons are of no interest to me.

    • 6 Kimberly // 2014.09.03 at 7:32 am

      @Greg – Glad I could help! :-) I thought the last coupon for tires was for Bridgestone. They seem to alternate between the two brands every other month, I think. So maybe the October book will have the right coupon for you.

      • 7 Greg // 2014.09.03 at 7:46 am

        Haha! Ok, Kimberley, you officially have the right to smack me upside the head with a water balloon if you ever get back to Austin. Bridgestone is the parent company that doesnt make my tire – Michelin does! Must be because it was too early here. Anyway ….

        I’m a dork, and now Costco will be getting a grand outta me this month! And they owe it all to you.

        • 8 Kimberly // 2014.09.03 at 7:53 am

          @Greg – I might be in Austin in October, so you’d better watch out! LOL Glad that you’ll be getting a new set of tires though – safety first!

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