cyfan said: That Boogie Board is kinda interesting... http://www.amazon.com/Boogie-Board-Writing-Tablet-Black/dp/B002Z... Yeah, I think a while back they had a similar one in the stores, it wrote black on grey and reminded me of those pads where you could write on some kind of transparent plastic that protected something like baking parchment and the stylus pressed it against some waxy substance. You could pull a lever that separated the parchment from the waxy stuff and erased everything, ready to start over.
sijaz said: On some items (like the tires) the ad says "Book or App Required". What does that mean? Those items are not automatically discounted at the register. The cashier needs to scan the discount barcode that used to be on the back of each item in the book, but now is not anymore. Usually the cashier still scans something and all those discounts are applied too (kinda semi-automatic). I think they are supposed to check whether you have the coupon book or the Costco app on some mobile device, but I haven't seen this happening, but there might be some warehouses where the manager enforces this.
wale said: Been waiting for an automotive GPS sale, hasn't been one in awhile.
Do they ever come up on sale at Costco?
Last one I could see was in the May booklet: $159.99 after $30 off Garmin 2598LMT 5" GPS That's the only GPS discount in a booklet I could find for 2014. They used to have it more often in 2013. I got the 3990LMT last year for 200 bucks in the Thanksgiving sale. TomTom was on sale in August 2013.
But you might check in the warehouse directly, sometimes they have instant discounts that are not in the booklet and then of course there are the $*.97 and $*.00 deals.
Let me guess, tires are $70 off like every other coupon in history. Just reduce the price by $70 already!? it's almost like that already. When I checked availability of the Bridgestone tires I want last Saturday the guy in the tire center told me I can even come in starting Monday they already give the discount. He called it "we're doing a soft start on it".
Picked it up at Costco today. It's actually the JOT 8.5 which is slightly better than the regular one. The differences are it has Erase Lock, a kickstand, integrated magnets and a replaceable battery. A bonus is the neoprene case! So it's a pretty good deal in terms of price. It only comes in gray though at Costco. http://www.improvelectronics.com/na/products/compare-boogie-boar...
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