This is my weekly series that will keep you up to date on what’s new at Costco, what deals are ending soon and other good things.
For those of you who love to shop at costco.com, you might be able to find a $10 coupon at your local Costco. I found the coupon near the customer service area, where you fill out the customer comment cards. Each coupon has a unique promo code to use at costco.com, when you make a purchase of $100 or more. There is one coupon code per Costco member and the offer expires on 12/31/2015. For the fine print, check out, Costco.com 2015 Coupon: $10 off $100 Purchase.
This week, I spotted several new seasonal food items at Costco that I’m excited to try. I feel super silly because after I took pictures of both products, I completely forgot to put them in my cart.
The first one is Kellogg’s Pumpkin Spice Frosted Mini Wheats. I took a look at the ingredients list and it doesn’t actually have any pumpkin in it, just the spices that are associated with pumpkin desserts like cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice. What’s great is that the first ingredient is whole grain wheat, which provides 6g of dietary fiber per serving. For those of you watching your sugar intake, there is 12g of sugar per serving. It’s $5.99 for a 52.4 ounce box and is actually slightly cheaper than the regular Frosted Mini Wheats at Costco.
The other product that I’m looking forward to trying is Cucina Antica Tuscany Pumpkin Pasta Sauce. It’s a blend of pumpkin puree, imported San Marzano Italian plum tomatoes, cream, and spices. You can use it to top cheese ravioli or turn it into a soup by adding some heavy cream. Each ½ cup serving size is 100 calories and has 8g total fat, 15mg cholesterol, 350mg sodium, 2g sugars, 2g dietary fiber, and 2g protein. An added bonus is that it is gluten free. This sauce is priced at $7.49 for two 25-ounce jars.
Here are a few unadvertised deals ending this weekend (while supplies last):
Bill Bailey’s Applewood Bacon Wrap Beef Filet 6/7 oz $12.79
Dreyer’s Variety Frozen Fruit Bars 24 ct $6.99
Kellogg’s Crispix 36 oz $3.99
Nutiva Superseed Blend with Coconut 32 oz $6.49
For other unadvertised deals, check out: Costco Unadvertised Deals OCTOBER 2015.
If you live in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, or Washington, the Costco Organic Coupon Book deals expire on Monday. One great deal that I snagged was the Terra Delyssa Organic Olive Oil at $9.99 for two liters. It’s even cheaper than the Kirkland Signature Organic Olive Oil! The Clif Kid Organic ZBar Variety Pack is also nicely priced at $13.49 for 36 bars, making each bar just 37¢. All items from the coupon book are while supplies last and NO rain checks will be given.
For those of you shopping at the Covington, WA Costco, check out a few roadshows this weekend: Cutco Kitchen Cutlery and SmartSilk Bedding. To find out what roadshows are happening at your local Costco, check it out at Costco Special Events.
And finally, I wanted to express my gratitude for those of you sending me special wishes via email and donating to my coffee fund. Running a blog full-time can sometimes feel isolating, but your kind words make me realize how many amazing people visit this blog and appreciate my work. Thank you for being you.
Thanks so much for visiting my blog! Have a great weekend!
These products were spotted at the Covington, WA location. Price and participation may vary so it may not be available at your local Costco or it may not be on sale at your local Costco or it may be a different price at your local Costco. Prices & sales dates may change at any time.
This is just a posting of a deal and not an endorsement or recommendation of any product or of Costco. Please do your own research before making any purchase.
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