Costco US Coupon Book: July 11 – August 4, 2013

July 10th, 2013 · 7 Comments

The next Costco US coupon book starts this Thursday, July 11, and runs through the first week of next month, August 4.  This coupon book has $1,500.00 in savings for the warehouses, which is a bit less than last month.  There’s also an additional $5,500.00 in savings, which is quite a bit less than last month as well.  I know I say this every month, but really, there are some great coupons in the book this month.  There are several that had me wishing I could shop at a US Costco store this month.  But even for me that is a bit too much of a commute to shop at Costco.  And I really don’t think the ice cream bars would make it back to London without melting.

Costco US coupon book: July 11 - August 4, 2013

Costco US coupon book: July 11 – August 4, 2013

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 at all).  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 coupon book.  Additionally, you can view the coupons via the Costco smartphone app as well, but only for the days that they are valid; no sneak peek with the app unfortunately.  You can also view them on the website (again, no preview).

If you weren’t aware, Costco had updated their smartphone app to now allow you to actually use the coupons in the app for in-store redemption.  All you have to to redeem the coupons is show the cashier your smartphone with the Costco app.  Not all coupons are redeemable through the app though, unfortunately.  They have a little blue arrow to mark the coupons that you can redeem via smartphone.   So, if you’ve got a smartphone and haven’t downloaded the Costco app yet, this is the perfect reason to do so.

As usual, in the regular coupon area there’s one for $70.00 off a set of Bridgestone tires.  You can also take advantage of this deal through This is a great time to get some new tires if you’re thinking of taking summer road trip or you need to get new tires to prepare for all that fun driving required for the new school year.

There are quite a number of items on coupon this month that I’ve written reviews about previously, so if you want to know my 2 cents about some of these items, you should search my blog (search box at the top of the right hand column).  In the Instant Savings deals, I particularly like the following:

  • All  liquid laundry detergent, $3.00 off Free & Clear, Original, or Oxi.  I love the All Free & Clear and it was always my laundry soap of choice when I was in the US.  It’s great for anyone that is worried about skin irritants in other detergents.  
  • Chobani Greek yogurt variety pack, $4.20 off a pack of 15, 6 oz yogurts.  If the plain Fage isn’t jazzy enough for you, I suggest you try the flavoured Chobani.  I’m a big fan of Greek yogurt because of the really thick consistency that makes it seem more like pudding than yogurt.  I’d definitely recommend it for anyone that likes Greek yogurt and the prices at Costco are really good.
  • Haagen-Dazs vanilla milk chocolate almond bars, $3.00 off 15, 3 oz bars.  These are super delicious and perfect for a summer treat.  I would definitely be buying a box, or two, of these if I were in the US now.  I’m not even a huge ice cream eater but these are just the perfect mix of creamy ice cream and milk chocolate with a bit of crunchy almondy goodness.  
  • Kirkland Signature gourmet chocolate chunk cookies, $1.50 off 24 cookies.  Costco bakery makes a mean chocolate chip cookie.  They’re chewy and moist with huge chunks of milk chocolate.  They beat the pants off of any other grocery store cookies, or even most bakeries too.  
  • Palermo’s Pizza margherita thin crust frozen pizzas, $3.00 off 3 pizzas.  These are not the best pizza you’ll ever eat, but they are actually surprisingly good for a little thin frozen pizza.  They are perfect for a quick lunch with a salad.  The coupon says that selection may vary by location, but I prefer the margherita variety best, thought the one with alfredo sauce isn’t bad either.

As you’ve probably noticed, there are far fewer regular coupons than Instant Savings deals in the Costco coupon books anymore.  I think it is great that they are moving towards the instant savings and away from requiring actual coupons.  In the small regular coupon area, the following are my favourites:

  • Oral-B Advantage CrissCross toothbrushes, $4.00 off 8 toothbrushes.  These are excellent toothbrushes for really keeping your teeth in top cleanliness form.  I don’t know what it is about the design but they really do make my teeth feel cleaner when I use them in comparison to other brushes.  I’ve been using these for years and years and would have been super sad if they didn’t have them in the UK too.  It seems to be a staple of Costco stores around the world actually.  Plus, Costco has by far the best prices on toothbrushes.  Here in the UK I think I can buy two of these toothbrushes at any of the other store for the price of this 8 pack at Costco.
  • Dr. Pepper, $2.00 off a 32 or 36 pack, or $1.50 off a 24 pack.; also good on Diet Dr. Pepper  Okay, I don’t really drink a whole lot of soda, like I can probably count on one hand the amount of sodas I’ve had in the last year.  However, when we were in scorching hot Japan recently on holiday, Dave and I both had a Dr. Pepper, and it was awesome.  I don’t know what it is about a Dr. Pepper but it so much tastier to my tastebuds than a Coke or Pepsi, it’s just got a little something extra that I really like.  And when it is hot hot hot out with a humidity level that you usually can’t find outside of a sauna, a super cold Dr. Pepper takes on almost mythical qualities of goodness.  I think I actually did the “aahhhh” thing when I took the first drink.  

If you’re looking for big items, like furniture or mattresses, be sure to check out the online only deals at  They have some terrific deals and you don’t even have to hassle with figuring out how you’re going to get it home in your car!


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7 Responses so far ↓

  1. 1 Anon // 2013.07.12 at 8:29 am

    Still miss the “What’s New in the Warehouse” that was dropped from (US) when the site was revised. Perhaps Costco can be encouraged to bring it back to its members.

  2. 2 Maria // 2013.07.12 at 7:50 am

    I live in Puerto Rico. Is there a way where you can publish here the Puerto Rico Coupons book? It is different from the US one and even though I’m a member, it doesn’t arrive by mail at my house. If this is possible let me know so I can share with all my Costco members friends.
    Thanks, María

  3. 3 Marc // 2013.07.10 at 4:47 pm
    I wanted to share this Consumer reports article with your blogishere

  4. 4 sean // 2013.07.10 at 8:18 am

    Is the All Free & Clear comparable to Purex? My family has been using Purex with no perfumes or dyes for probably 10 years.

  5. 6 Corey // 2013.07.10 at 7:58 am

    There is currently a ‘big’ members savings book for Australia…. I guess Costco Australia is looking to do two to four of these full size books a year and have the smaller one page/six special flyers more regularly as they have been doing.

    We gathered up all the prices for the items that don’t have a final price and listed them on Loaded Trolley….

    • 7 Kimberly // 2013.07.10 at 8:29 am

      @Corey – I’m planning to post about the Aussie coupon book during my catch up week. Naturally everyone had new coupon books that started when I was on holiday. It’s great that Costco Australia is having more coupon books for the members there.

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