Monthly Coupon Books

Here are the monthly coupon book deals.  Please note the prices are from my local store so you may not find the exact same price at your store.

These books come in the mail or you can often find them at the customer service desk in store. Occasionally the cashiers have the booklets as well but it is best to have it with you just in case.
For the items listed as instant savings there is no coupon needed. The items listed as Costco coupons, you just need to scan the booklet at checkout and all the coupons will come off. (There is no need to actually cut coupons.)

The current coupon book expires 9/1.

Frozen Foods
Health and Beauty
Household Items
Pantry Items




4 comments on “Monthly Coupon Books

  1. Adrienne on said:

    Are the savings w/ the coupons from Costco much of a saving even when this is a wholesale store? I always wondered if Costco ups their prices on an item when they have a coupon featured for it in their booklet. Was wondering if you followed the prices for these and new this for certain.

    • Adrienne,

      No it is a legitimate sale. For example, Pirate’s Booty are in the coupon book this month for $1.50 off. We buy one of these bags about once every other month and my store did not raise the prices to offset the coupon value. The price is the same. I have done the coupon book deals for several months now and I haven’t noticed any prices raised right before the coupons have come out.

    • No, absolutely not! As a Costco employee and spouse of a manager there, I can tell you they do not raise their prices to compensate during a coupon period. The only price increases are reflective of overall rise in grocery prices/trucking to the store. They do creep up just like any other store, however in general, Costco’s prices are the lowest around to give their members good value – so when an item is on coupon, it usually is a great buy! A little insight into their company policy is that they never sell an item with over a 10% mark-up, so their coupon items and clearance buys (anything with a price that ends in $.97) are close to THEIR purchase price, sometimes they even lose money on clearance items!

      • Actually I have seen it up here at Costco in Canada…and even have photos of the prices. Example was a pressure washer I had my eye on…it was selling for $149.99. Then they came out witha coupon book and in a few weeks that same pressure washer was going to be $40 off!! I was looking at $109.99 and an awesome deal. Much to my dismay, the week the coupon was in effect, I went in to buy it – the price read $199.99 less $40 for the coupon! So now it was $159.99 after the $40, which was more then then $149.99 it had been with no coupon just a few weeks earlier!

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