Costco Coupon Booklet Deals: March 3 - 28
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Costco Coupon Booklet Deals: March 3 – 28

Posted on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 at 8:57 am
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Check out the best deals happening right now at Coscto! Be sure to click the box below to see ALL of the current deals. Remember prices can vary by region.

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Costco Coupon Booklet – Prices valid 3/3 – 3/28 and may vary by store.
Beverages

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Bottled Water, 40 ct 16.9 oz – $4.99

Includes: Arrowhead, Deer Park, Ice Mountain, Ozarka, Poland Sping, Zephyrhills

  • $1.00/1 Bottled Water – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes Arrowhead, Deer Park, Ice Mountain, Ozarka, or Poland Spring, 40/16.9 oz Only; Limit 5 Each (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $3.99

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Capri Sun Variety Pack, 40 ct 6 oz pouches – $9.99
  • $2.50/1 Capri Sun 100% Juice Variety Pack – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 40/6 oz Only; Limit 4 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $7.49
Breakfast & Cereal

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General Mills Honey Nut Chex Cereal, 2 ct 20 oz – $7.49
  • $2.30/1 General Mills Honey Nut Chex Cereal – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 40 oz Only; Limit 4 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $5.19
Cookies, Snacks & Candy

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Fiber One Oats & Chocolate Chewy Bars 48 ct – $13.99
  • $4.00/1 Fiber One Oats & Chocolate Chewy Bars – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 48 ct Only; Limit 4 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $9.99
Grains, Pasta & Sides

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Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner, 18 pk 7.25 oz – $14.89
  • $3.60/1 Kraft Macaroni & Cheese – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 18/7.25 oz Only; Limit 5 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $11.29
Home Supplies

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Bounty Advanced Select-A-Size Paper Towels, 12 pack – $19.99
  • $3.90/1 Bounty Advanced Select-A-Size Paper Towels – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Limit 1 Per Household (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $16.09

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Cascade Complete Action Pacs, 90 ct – $15.99
  • $3.20/1 Cascade Complete ActionPacs – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 90 ct Only; Limit 1 Per Household (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $12.79

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Charmin Ultra Soft Bathroom Tissue, 30 Double Roll – $32.99
  • $4.40/1 Charmin Ultra Soft Bath Tissue – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Limit 1 Per Household (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $28.59

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Duracell Alkaline Coppertop Batteries, 40 ct AA – $14.89
  • $3.00/1 Duracell Alkaline Coppertop Batteries AA or AAA – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Limit 10 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $11.89

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Tide Powder Laundry Detergent HE, 254 oz, 180 loads – $29.99
  • $6.00/1 Tide Powder HE Laundry Detergent – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 254 oz 180 ld Only; Limit 1 Per Household (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $23.99

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Ziploc Freezer Gallon Bags, 152 ct – $11.99
  • $2.75/1 Ziploc Freezer Gallon Bags – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 152 ct Only; Limit 5 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $9.24
Personal Care

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Q-Tips, 3 pk 625 ct – $8.99
  • $2.00/1 Q-Tips – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 3/625 ct Only; Limit 2 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $6.99

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Softsoap Advanced Clean Liquid Hand Wash, 2 ct 80 oz bottles – $8.99
  • $2.70/1 Softsoap Advanced Clean Liquid Hand Soap – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 2/80 oz Only; Limit 2 (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $6.29
Refrigerated

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Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, 5 ct 8 oz tubes – $7.89
  • $3.00/1 Pillsbury Crescent Rolls – Costco Monthly Booklet (Valid from 3/3/16); Includes 5/8 oz Only; No Limit (exp. 03/28/16)
Final Price: $4.89
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