Sep 9, 2014

Costco Membership Deal: $50 Off Plus $50 in Freebies & Coupon Savings!

Sep
9
2014
Tuesday

Costco Membership Deal: $50 Off Plus $50 in Freebies & Coupon Savings!

Costco Membership Deals

The awesome Costco membership deal is back! Right now when you buy a Costco Gold Star Membership you get $50 off the retail price plus $50 in savings and coupons including a $20 Costco cash card!!

For $55, here is what you get with the Costco membership deal:

  • Gold Star Membership ($105 value)
  • $20 Costco Cash Card
  • free Kirkland’s Rotisserie Chicken coupon
  • free Apple Pie
  • free 30-pack 2-ply Bath Tissue
  • free 3-months of Identity Guard protection service

Click to read more about the Costco Membership options!

This offer ends Sunday, 9/14 or until they sell out, so grab yours soon if you’d like one.

After you get your membership make sure to check out the latest Costco Coupon Matchups to maximize your savings at Costco! :)

If you’d like to learn how to save BIG at Costco even on gluten-free items there is an awesome menu planning resource available to help you save! Be sure to check out 20 GLUTEN-FREE Crock-Pot Freezer Meals at Costco for Under $150, which gives you all the info you need to make these 20 meals in only two hours on the weekend!!

 

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Comments

  1. Hi, your link on that page goes to Zulily

  2. Isn´t a normal costco membership $55, The same as these are being sold for?

  3. $55 is just the regular cost of a membership…this is not 50% off. (They are counting the coupons which don’t add up to $50 if you don’t purchase all the products.)

  4. This is not 50% off as they advertise….$55 is the normal membership fee.
    http://www.costco.com/join-costco.html

  5. I am not able to get there, either…

  6. I´m confused. The Zulily “deal” is for $55, that´s the same on Costco´s site. The only thing is the deal gives you a few freebies like bottled water, chicken, and batteries.

  7. I pay $100 not $55 so that is half off my price

  8. Do you have the executive membership though? This is only for the regular or business account or an upgrade to executive for current members (who have already paid their $55 for their regular account)

  9. Yes the membership is not a sale, the only “deal” you get is that you get the free items. Not saying it is a bad deal but technically you aren´t saving anything

  10. Yes I have executive membership to Costco which gives you a percentage back on all your purchases.

  11. Sign up through coke rewards and you get a bunch of bonus stuff and a discounted price

  12. Organic produce and meats? I´ve never been interested before – now I am.

  13. Tana Lombardo

  14. I read about this on your blog today, so I went to Costco in Cranberry, PA to get the deal. The lady at the membership desk didn’t seem to have any idea of what I was talking about. Not sure if it’s just a regional thing or what. If you know something that I dong that I should ave done…let me know. Thanks!

    • Sorry that happened Kristen! To get the Costco deal you actually need to buy the membership/upgrade through the website I linked to in the post as it is an exclusive online deal. Just click the link in the post and it will take you to all of the different membership options and step you through purchasing from there. I hope that helps!

  15. Anybody knows what’s included in the 50$ worth of coupons and savings beside the chicken, bottle water and batteries? I can’t seem to find that info anywhere. Also I somewhat recall seeing deals of buying gift membership along with free Costco gift card (maybe around 10$) previous years. Anyone seen that before? Trying to decide if this is the best deal or keep on waiting.

  16. Do I think it’s worth it? I have a two person family so no, it wouldn’t be. But I also have a business so yes it is. BUT NOW, I find I’m going to have to get my prescriptions at Costco. Non-members can do that too so don’t worry. If I didn’t have a business, I probably would not have a membership. However, I save so much on computers, roll paper for all my machines, office supplies, etc, that it’s worth it for my business. Costco.com has SO MUCH that you might find it worthwhile for a year or two depending on what you need that is NOT grocery related. Good luck!

  17. I just got one 2 months ago …thats a good deal to bad i already have one

  18. love costco

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