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Receive $75 online voucher when you spend $350{YMMV}

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[Costco] Receive $75 online voucher when you spend $350{YMMV}

Received e-mail this morning from Costco Grocery... Receive $75 online voucher for future use when you spend $350 or more before taxes on Costco Grocery items and enter promo code "GROCERY21" at checkout....

Online voucher valid till Aug 31st 2021. one per household.
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$75 online voucher for $350 spend at Costco. Expires midnight May 6.

Use code "GROCERY21" at checkout
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Repost, you're 1 minute late
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If this needs $350 solely of grocery items, then you may not be saving much since there’s a markup on them on Costco.ca (often either with delivery charges built into the price, or a separate surcharge fee on top). It’s still worth it, especially for the convenience.

If anyone can confirm this works with sneaking in a non-grocery item into the order and it working then it will be very hot.
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Jun 7, 2019
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It's on their website too, so it should be available to all members. Good deal to cover the extra cost built into the online prices.
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I guess this is good for people who have limited access to the warehouse. I figure if you're buying $350 in groceries online the savings difference is probably around $50-$75 in store.
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gyggyg wrote: If this needs $350 solely of grocery items, then you may not be saving much since there’s a markup on them on Costco.ca (often either with delivery charges built into the price, or a separate surcharge fee on top). It’s still worth it, especially for the convenience.

If anyone can confirm this works with sneaking in a non-grocery item into the order and it working then it will be very hot.
That separate fee does automatically come off with a high enough purchase though. When I purchased the mouth wash deal from a couple days ago, it was $75.
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IMO this is a good deal. I know most grocery items are cheaper in store, but this bonus $75 is more than 20%.
Thanks, OP !!
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If you buy $350 worth of groceries you're pretty much coming up even or maybe a little worse off than in store. So good deal if just want to stock up on non perishable without the hassle of going to costco. Online also has a lot more variety of food too.
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Cold ROI at 21.4% and restricted to online only.
The Proctor & Gamble was 25% return and the $25 gift card can be used in warehouse or online.
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gujusouljah wrote: I guess this is good for people who have limited access to the warehouse. I figure if you're buying $350 in groceries online the savings difference is probably around $50-$75 in store.
Save the hassle of lining up outside the store, navigate through soccer moms trying to find the items, and avoid checkout lines.
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Jul 21, 2015
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I have new member coupon ($50 off 150), any idea if these could stack (I assume at least I have to cross 350 after the $50 off?)
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antithesis99 wrote: I have new member coupon ($50 off 150), any idea if these could stack (I assume at least I have to cross 350 after the $50 off?)
Is it really worth risking, given the voucher for this deal comes in after the fact (it's not an instant $75 off)?

I'm sure you can find something else to buy for $150 one of these days, save it for then.
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looking at online pricing it is quite a bit more expensive vs warehouse, not sure if its worth it
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fatpandasneezes wrote: That separate fee does automatically come off with a high enough purchase though. When I purchased the mouth wash deal from a couple days ago, it was $75.
The individual item costs are also marked up compared to in-store, in addition to the surcharge. So something that's $10 in store might be $12+$3 surcharge.

Still good bargains, usually, but you're always paying more online (unless it's a specific sale like the mouthwash)
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Purchase $425 worth of groceries and spend $350 represents a 17.6% discount on marked up online groceries. If you're already planning to spend $425 at Costco online than any discount is a good deal. However I suspect that $350 spent at a Loblaws or Sobey's outlet/off brand would get you better value and a much wider selection.
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Grocery only, 75/360=21%. their markup is about 10-15% I believe and it comes in bulk. I guess may only be a good deal for those who actually need and find some good grocery item to buy.
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gyggyg wrote: If this needs $350 solely of grocery items, then you may not be saving much since there’s a markup on them on Costco.ca (often either with delivery charges built into the price, or a separate surcharge fee on top). It’s still worth it, especially for the convenience.

If anyone can confirm this works with sneaking in a non-grocery item into the order and it working then it will be very hot.
Once 75.00 spend on groceries, delivery fee waived.
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kimmelite wrote: Once 75.00 spend on groceries, delivery fee waived.
There is extra markup for online groceries vs in store. So there is some sort of extra shipping and handling somehow included in the pricing for groceries, on top of the delivery charge that they charge.

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