Costco Costco: Get a $10.00 Cash Card When You Refer a Friend! Get a $10 Cash Card When You Refer a Friend!

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Grab a friend and spend a day at Costco, because you can get a $10.00 Costco Cash Card when you refer a friend!

To take advantage of this offer, print this page and present it at any Costco Membership Counter when your friend signs up for a new membership. Once they sign up for their membership, you'll both receive a $10.00 Costco Cash Card!

Memberships start at $55.00 per year ($60.00 per year starting in June) and this offer is eligible to new or current Costco members who refer someone to sign up for a new Costco membership. Gold Star or Executive Memberships are eligible and this referral offer cannot be combined with any other offer.

This offer is effective until September 30 at all Canadian Costco locations -- click here to find the warehouse nearest you.

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    • This has been on for years. You don't need the coupon for the referral program
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    • Ooh such a hot deal, on since 80's !!!
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    • Can usually do it without the friend. Bring the voucher and the costco number or phone number of another member and they'll give you both the $10 gift cards
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    • DjNateyD wrote:
      Apr 2nd, 2017 11:19 pm
      Can usually do it without the friend. Bring the voucher and the costco number or phone number of another member and they'll give you both the $10 gift cards
      They needed me to bring my friend in recently.
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    • I had no idea this existed. Thanks OP
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    • Onex989 wrote:
      Apr 2nd, 2017 8:22 pm
      Ooh such a hot deal, on since 80's !!!
      Which makes it an instant classic! :)
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    • Didn't it used to be $50 per referral a few years back?
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    • Thanks OP. I did not know about this.
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    • I believe this is an ongoing thing...
      FYI, not eligible if your membership get expired and sign up again
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    • - off topic -
      cannot beleive that people paying a membership to buy. (even with deals)
      Should be the other way around almost.

      Coming from France i find that concept disturbing.
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    • This deal comes on and off. Yes it did exist in the past, but then it expired. Now it is back.
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    • cyrock911 wrote:
      Apr 3rd, 2017 1:59 pm
      - off topic -
      cannot beleive that people paying a membership to buy. (even with deals)
      Should be the other way around almost.

      Coming from France i find that concept disturbing.
      You get a rebate at the end of each year for % of your purchases, so the membership pays for itself. The concept is working, Costco has experienced tremendous growth over past decade. Great if you've been holding their shares.
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    • izzyzz wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2017 12:36 pm
      You get a rebate at the end of each year for % of your purchases, so the membership pays for itself. The concept is working, Costco has experienced tremendous growth over past decade. Great if you've been holding their shares.
      Only for the more expensive executive membership which costs double. You have to spend $6215/yr to recoup the membership cost, that's $518/mth. It's not for everyone.

      The basic membership will pay for itself just from the savings on gas/propane purchases and is worthwhile for that alone.

      Costco in general has savings on some items but not for others, for instance eggs are always more $ than the grocery store (for normal packs)
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    • Heads up, Costco membership price is going up in June
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    • john5170 wrote:
      Apr 3rd, 2017 2:29 pm
      This deal comes on and off. Yes it did exist in the past, but then it expired. Now it is back.
      AFAIK, it's always on regardless of the date at the bottom of the page.. I've never known this to be not offered
      networksend wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2017 1:21 pm
      Only for the more expensive executive membership which costs double. You have to spend $6215/yr to recoup the membership cost, that's $518/mth. It's not for everyone.

      The basic membership will pay for itself just from the savings on gas/propane purchases and is worthwhile for that alone.

      Costco in general has savings on some items but not for others, for instance eggs are always more $ than the grocery store (for normal packs)
      Word! Gas savings are even more when you have to use 91, most times it's at least 15 cents cheaper.. depending on how often you fill up, you can break even on membership within a few months

      Propane I pay around $8-9 to fill a tank, elsewhere it's usually close to $20

      Also those Adirondack chairs, they sell them for $150 regular.. casually browsing around other furniture places I see them going for $300 for the exact same chair! So I was even happier when I got a couple on clearance from Costco for $100!

      No need to buy all your stuff there, shop smart and the membership easily pays for itself
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    • izzyzz wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2017 12:36 pm
      You get a rebate at the end of each year for % of your purchases, so the membership pays for itself. The concept is working, Costco has experienced tremendous growth over past decade. Great if you've been holding their shares.
      i Still think the membership should be free, but thanks for clarifying it.

      For example, in France the well known grocery store called Carrefour, let you earn money on some products and you can apply the money you saved instantly on your current receipt, or you can cumulate it ...it s a free card that they gave you.

      They already making money using our informations, so why paying for more that's my point.
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    • cyrock911 wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2017 2:04 pm
      i Still think the membership should be free, but thanks for clarifying it.

      For example, in France the well known grocery store called Carrefour, let you earn money on some products and you can apply the money you saved instantly on your current receipt, or you can cumulate it ...it s a free card that they gave you.

      They already making money using our informations, so why paying for more that's my point.
      Right, we have 20++ more chain stores other than Costco in Canada that don't require any membership at all and have their own point programs which can be redeemed in store.

      no one is forcing anyone to pay for a Costco membership, totally optional if you feel the value is there for your shopping needs
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    • When does this expire?
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    • networksend wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2017 2:16 pm
      Right, we have 20++ more chain stores other than Costco in Canada that don't require any membership at all and have their own point programs which can be redeemed in store.

      no one is forcing anyone to pay for a Costco membership, totally optional if you feel the value is there for your shopping needs
      Of course i'm not obliged of anything i was only raising people attention about it.
      Everyone will come to their own conclusion.

      Living in Quebec, i'm not impressed with Provigo or IGA plans so far.
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    • cyrock911 wrote:
      Apr 4th, 2017 3:13 pm
      Of course i'm not obliged of anything i was only raising people attention about it.
      Everyone will come to their own conclusion.

      Living in Quebec, i'm not impressed with Provigo or IGA plans so far.
      Well the Costco membership is their business model, without it, prices would just be higher. They can't give you some of these lower prices and not charge a membership fee
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