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[Costco] [Costco East] (Brossard + Bridge + Candiac + Sherbooke + ???) Sept. 14 to Sept. 20, 2020 [WARNING 255+ Pictures)......

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Feb 20, 2019
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inferno_gn wrote: Hi there,

By the way, the new St-Hubert Business Costco will be opening Sept. 29, 2020... Opening at 7 AM. I might go for a spin to cover it... :D

Ju Leon...
Thanks for the weekly info as usual!

For my info, what's the difference between standard Costco & Business Costco? Are item bigger size?
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Sep 13, 2020
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inferno_gn wrote: Hi there,

General remarks:
Back to my weekly posting. This week, I managed to cover Brossard and Bridge as I need to check something. Oh, for those who are looking for the Puma Hoodies that is in the flyer, they haven't recieved it yet.

Also, Costco did release their flyers early, as you can see them here...
costco-east-costco-flyer-preview-august ... n-2397236/

Some items continued from last week.

Popular items:
The following items vary in price week to week. If I don't note something, it's likely the same price as the previous week (or I didn't see it).
- Honey: 16.99$ (was 15.99$)
- Kirkland bottle water 40 pack: 3.99$ (was 3.79$).
- Kirkland Almonds: 17.99$ (was 17.49, lowest 16.99$).
- Kirkland Pistachios 1.36kg: 23.49 (was 23.99$) <-- taxable
- Kirkland Shelled Pistachios (shells are removed) 680g: 18.99$ (was 14.89$) <-- taxable
- Kirkland Walnuts 1.36kg: 18.99$ (was 17.99$, lowest 15.79$)
- Kirkland Pecans 908g: 16.49$ (was 16.99$)
- Butter: 4.25$ (was 3.99$)
- Coconut Butter: 17.49$ (was 17.99, lowest 12.99$)
- Cream Milk 10%: 1.95$ (was 2.59$)
- Chocolate Milk: 2.69$ (was 3.69$) <-- on salw.
- Whipping Cream Milk 35%: 5.99$ (was 4.19$)
- Kraft Peanut Butter 2KG: 7.89$ (was 7.99$)
- Banana: 1.99$ (was $1.69$, lowest was 1.39$)
- Kirkland Toilet Paper (30 rolls, 425 sheets per roll): 17.99$ (was 16.99$, lowest 15.99$)
- 30 packs eggs: 6.69$ (was 6.49$, lowest 6.29$)

Recently requested
- Kirkland Bacon 500g: 17.99$ (was 18.99$, lowest was 15.99$)
- Vanilla 473ml: 29.99$ (was 39.99.99$, lowest 29.99$)
- Organic Coco Power 700g: 9.99$ (was 7.99$)
- Kirkland Maple Syrup 1L: 12.99$
- Nutella 2x1kg: 14.99$ (was 10.79$)
- Kirkland Hazelnut Spread 2x1kg: 9.99$ (was 7.99$)
- Kirkland Organic Chia Seeds (1.36 kg): 8.99$

If you'd like something added to the above list, or if you see an error, let me know.

Ju Leon...
Many thanks for the post! You beat the other site that i follow but that poster only posts the next day (Tuesdays) www.cocoeast.com
If you dont mind, attaching higher resolution photos would make it twice as better, then we can zoom in and see the details plus the pricing.
thanks so much!
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Apr 6, 2008
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Montreal, QC
SammyC wrote: Thanks for the weekly info as usual!

For my info, what's the difference between standard Costco & Business Costco? Are item bigger size?
Same products, the difference is that for businesses they open earlier than regular hours
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Hi there,

Actually, there are different items that you can only get there and bulk, like giant tubs of Nutella for example. Also, all Costco members are welcome to it, too... I'm gonna pop there on opening day and take pictures around... I never been to a business version of it, it might be interesting...
rianca wrote: Same products, the difference is that for businesses they open earlier than regular hours
Ju Leon...
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inferno_gn wrote: Hi there,

Actually, there are different items that you can only get there and bulk, like giant tubs of Nutella for example. Also, all Costco members are welcome to it, too... I'm gonna pop there on opening day and take pictures around... I never been to a business version of it, it might be interesting...



Ju Leon...
interesting, my comment was based on Sams club from the US
the Costco business centre in Saint Hubert is to compete with Mayrand Brossard Store?
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Hi there,

No, they moved that Costco to St-Bruno and that old location was converted to a Costco Business Center. The Business version is mostly for bulk, like restaurants that need large amount rather then buying small jars.
rianca wrote: interesting, my comment was based on Sams club from the US
the Costco business centre in Saint Hubert is to compete with Mayrand Brossard Store?
Ju Leon...
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Hey @inferno_gn did you miss some photos from Bridge? From when your hand points right, I only see about 6 rows of photos following that...Thanksssss
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Saw this at Bridge, in case anyone needs a shopping trolley Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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Hi there,

It continues to Part 09...
najibs wrote: Hey @inferno_gn did you miss some photos from Bridge? From when your hand points right, I only see about 6 rows of photos following that...Thanksssss
By the way, Brossard now have self-checking cash now, only people who have few items to scan. Anyone with full basket go to regular cash...

Ju Leon...
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inferno_gn wrote: Hi there,

It continues to Part 09...



By the way, Brossard now have self-checking cash now, only people who have few items to scan. Anyone with full basket go to regular cash...

Ju Leon...
Right, but part 9 only has 15 pictures. That's why I'm assuming that there are probably more that did not upload....
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inferno_gn wrote:
By the way, Brossard now have self-checking cash now, only people who have few items to scan. Anyone with full basket go to regular cash...

Ju Leon...
They have had that for a long time - it's just that staff were scanning your items for you.
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Nov 14, 2006
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krazykanuck wrote: They have had that for a long time - it's just that staff were scanning your items for you.
They do that in regular checkouts anyhow, no? Winking Face
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Jul 24, 2019
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Thanks OP. Thanks to those taking pics this week.
Executive members get Mr. Clean magic erasers and Tide pods with downy, reduced. Both of these were reduced for 'regular' members in the Spring and Summer.
Crock pot is $59.99. As posted before, this will go on sale in a week or two
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May 14, 2018
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Toronto
I was looking for Centrum multi vitamin 50+ but didn't find... It was suppose to going on sale as per Costco connection but forgot the date! Thinking Face

Anyone knows!
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dontelother wrote: I was looking for Centrum multi vitamin 50+ but didn't find... It was suppose to going on sale as per Costco connection but forgot the date! Thinking Face

Anyone knows!
It will be in October for two weeks from October 12-25

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