barrymis said: Very bad scanned. Can not read the item #. They'll be better once they come up on Costco's own site. Adamcos has sharper ones at http://adamcos.com/Costco/20140508.php but they're not scrollable, but item # is legible especially if you switch to the larger ones. Would be a better source for a PDF I suppose.
vlmyfox said: jhatka said: Another "Hot" Costco thread for regular sale items. It is important for us costco member to plan the shopping ahead while it may seems no use at all for non-costco member. Which is why Costco mail you a coupon book well in advance.
redeye1978 said: Does Costco have these flyers inside the store also, or do I need to print this and bring into the store. Sorry but we are new Costco members. You can get those at the store as well. However, lately you don't even need to show the coupon. The discount is taken automatically at the counter. You can also see the discounted items on the Costco app on your smartphone.
redeye1978 said: Does Costco have these flyers inside the store also, or do I need to print this and bring into the store. Sorry but we are new Costco members. My costco usually has a few extra coupon books at the service counter. You could print them, but most of the items are just "sale prices" and don't need a coupon. Some say "coupon book or app required". I don't think a printed thing would count as their coupon book. But I just use the Costco app on my smartphone if they want to see it, which they usually dont'.
TellyTubby said: vlmyfox said: jhatka said: Another "Hot" Costco thread for regular sale items. It is important for us costco member to plan the shopping ahead while it may seems no use at all for non-costco member. Which is why Costco mail you a coupon book well in advance. Depends on what you consider "well in advance." I have not yet received the latest book. Went to Costco on Sunday (last day of last round of coupons) and was able to hold off on a couple things I knew, from this thread, are included in the next book. Thanks OP!
TimInHollywood said: WorkerAnt said: Any trick on when to go in to install tires? They always take forever.
Whenever I am going in for vehicle service of any kind (at any business), I always call in advance to ask this question.
We got new tires a year ago for our vehicle. I think our Costco said that Monday and Tuesday were the lightest days, but I'm not 100% certain about that. Definitely NOT Saturday or Sunday! i don't know about other costco but mine (arlington, tx) is not open on sunday. they will not do any tire services unless you are a costco member and bought tires there. sams open on sunday and they will work on members tires regardless of where tires bought.
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