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[Costco] Costco Executive Member Coupons are Back for the Fall!

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[Costco] Costco Executive Member Coupons are Back for the Fall!

Costco executive member coupons are back for the fall. Just got them in the mail today. They are valid from September 9th to October 13th.

It looks like each page in the coupon book has different dates that coupons can be used for. These coupons can only be used if you have an Executive membership.

One item per person. One coupon per household. Only original coupons will be accepted. These coupons are valid at all Costco locations across Canada.

Sadly, the coupons don't seem to be as good as they have been in the past but still better than nothing.

Hope you get a chance to use them, and you can view the coupons in the image files that I have posted below. Enjoy!.
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I have found the past few years the coupons have gotten less and less useful. After the "week" promotion, most of the items have the same sale price but to the entire public. Essentially, the coupons are only giving Executive Members front-of-the-line access.
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And the usual dribble. The same deals are rotated weekly/monthly for regular members. Costco needs to step up their game with these "exclusive Executive Member" coupons.

And the attitude, "better than nothing" does not hold here. We pay $110/year for this added feature. lol
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mrtvgame wrote: And the usual dribble. The same deals are rotated weekly/monthly for regular members. Costco needs to step up their game with these "exclusive Executive Member" coupons.

And the attitude, "better than nothing" does not hold here. We pay $110/year for this added feature. lol
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These coupons make me laugh.
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mrtvgame wrote: And the usual dribble. The same deals are rotated weekly/monthly for regular members. Costco needs to step up their game with these "exclusive Executive Member" coupons.

And the attitude, "better than nothing" does not hold here. We pay $110/year for this added feature. lol
we also get to use the business centre - if you enjoy 50lb bulk packs of meat or 5L bottles of salsa.... lol
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mrtvgame wrote: And the usual dribble. The same deals are rotated weekly/monthly for regular members. Costco needs to step up their game with these "exclusive Executive Member" coupons.

And the attitude, "better than nothing" does not hold here. We pay $110/year for this added feature. lol
You pay $110/yr for the 2% cash back. If you are not spending enough per year (>~$2500), then drop the executive.
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mrtvgame wrote: And the usual dribble. The same deals are rotated weekly/monthly for regular members. Costco needs to step up their game with these "exclusive Executive Member" coupons.

And the attitude, "better than nothing" does not hold here. We pay $110/year for this added feature. lol
But we also get 2% cash back which most times will end up paying for your entire membership so technically most folks aren’t really paying anyways lol
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jpwkr1 wrote: You pay $110/yr for the 2% cash back. If you are not spending enough per year (>~$2500), then drop the executive.
Agreed. This is why I'm an Executive Member, not these deals.
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For sure the 110 60 extra/year is for the 2%, but they still advertis coupon deals like it's a good value add-on, but it's not.
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Nov 26, 2014
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These may be the worst coupons ever.

Almost makes me want to put my executive card through the Costco paper shredder I just bought...
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Jun 28, 2015
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jetertmac wrote: But we also get 2% cash back which most times will end up paying for your entire membership so technically most folks aren’t really paying anyways lol
And if you don't spend enough to offset the extra membership cost, customer service will refund it. Or so I've heard.
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pistons705 wrote: These may be the worst coupons ever.

Almost makes me want to put my executive card through the Costco paper shredder I just bought...
then you can return the shredder for a full refund. and cancel your membership for the balance of your fees. win-win for you!
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Yikes...those coupons are....
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I upgraded to executive about 2 months ago and just received a coupon in the mail for a 12 pack of Kirkland croissants. Is this tied to being an executive member?
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pegasus81 wrote: I upgraded to executive about 2 months ago and just received a coupon in the mail for a free box of croissants. Is this tied to being an executive member?
Make sure to check the expiry date of those croissants..lol
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