Costco Releases Dozens of August Deals Worth More Than $1,900

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Costco Wholesale’s latest monthly savings booklet is now available.

It includes well over 100 discounts — on top of Costco’s usual prices — that are worth more than $1,900 in savings. They’re available Aug. 4 through Aug. 28.

Anyone can see these deals online, and Costco members generally also receive the savings booklet by mail.

The booklet itself is not required to take advantage of these offers, though — so no coupon-clipping is necessary.

If you shop at a Costco store, you will see these discounts noted on price tags and automatically deducted at the register. If you shop at Costco.com, you will see the discount noted in the applicable item descriptions and automatically deducted from the price listed.

Note, however, that many but not all of the offers in the monthly savings booklet can be redeemed online.

Here are a few examples of the discounts that are available this month both in clubs and online:

To view all discounts available this month, visit Costco’s “August Savings” web page.

To join Costco or learn more about its memberships, visit the Costco website.

To learn about other ways to save money at Costco, check out “8 Ways to Squeeze the Most From Your Costco Membership.”

What’s your favorite type of item to save on at wholesale clubs? Let us know below or over on our Facebook page.

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