Costco Releases September Deals Worth More Than $2,300

Costco Wholesale's latest monthly savings booklet includes more than 100 discounts. Discover bargains available through Sept. 25.

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

It includes well over 100 discounts that are worth more than $2,300 in savings. They’re available now through Sept. 25. 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.

Just note 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:

  • Several high-tech TVs — from a 40-inch model ($110 off) to a 65-inch model ($450 off) — as well as TV accessories.
  • Five sizes of memory-foam mattress ($100 to $140 off).
  • A variety of vitamins and supplements, including multiple brands of fish oil (up to $5 off), multiple brands of CoQ10 (up to $8 off), Centrum Silver multivitamins in 285 count or 425 count (both $3 off) and Vitamin B-12 ($4 off).

To view all discounts available this month, visit Costco’s “September Savings” webpage.

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

If you’re considering joining Sam’s Club instead, check out “Get $45 Sam’s Club Membership Deal Worth $220.” That deal is available through Sept. 5.

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