13
Jul
2012

Costco Coupon Book Deals July/August 2012

07/13/2012. This post may contain affiliate links. Read my Disclosure Policy.

 

Here are the coupon book deals that run from July 12- August 5 at Costco.  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.)

These are all prices from my store so there may be some variation from region to region. I would love to hear if you are finding the same prices that I do at your store (and what state it is in!)

You can see the master list of Costco Everyday Deals here.

Click below for the Costco Coupon Book Deals….

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And also just random notes, but these items are new(ish) to my store and they are my current faves:

This Wildroots Greek Yogurt trail mix was so good.  I ate an entire bag in an embarrassingly short period of time.  If you like nuts, white chocolate and cranberries- you might really like this mix.  It was $9.99 for a big bag at my store.

RW Garcia Chip Dippers- these are tortilla chips that are made from carrots and beets.  My kids loved these and I thought they tasted like slightly less salty tortilla chips.  They are $6.29 for a 28 oz bag and they come out bright red, orange and green.

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momto3 July 13, 2012 at 5:31 PM

Havent seen the Greek yogurt stuff–probably better for me–but I LOVE those chips. They are very similar to the ones TJ’s sell, and a bit cheaper. They do have lower sodium, which is good. My MIL is on a low sodium diet and these have less than 100mg per serving, so she can eat them.

Suzanne July 13, 2012 at 11:19 PM

Love the Costco price calculations! Thanks so much! Our Roseville Costco does automatically deduct coupons. Not all Costcos do. About 6 months ago, I was told it is up to the individual store whether you have to tear out the coupon, show that you have the book or do nothing at all. Maybe that has changed.

Pamela July 14, 2012 at 6:31 AM

Suzanne, I noticed that our Roseville Costco deducted the coupons also. I was so excited that I didn’t have to remember my coupons. Charlene I also thankyou for breaking down the prices.

aimee July 14, 2012 at 8:23 AM

Thank you! I noticed all your costco prices are higher than our Utah store.

Julianne July 15, 2012 at 12:30 PM

Thanks for the matchups! I love that trail mix too. Someone brought it in to work and I was hooked. I had to not buy the bag at Costco because I knew I would eat it all :)

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