Costco Costco In-Store Coupons: $70 Off Sealy Posturepedic Mattress, $6.50 Off Huggies Wipes, $4.40 Off Charmin Bathroom Tissue + More New Coupons! $70 Off Sealy Full Mattress + More!

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Costco's latest batch of in-store coupons are available now on RedFlagDeals! The coupons are available for the West (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba), East (Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador) and Quebec regions. Coupon offers may vary by region.

Take a look at some of the highlights for each region below.

West (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba)

  • $70.00 off Bridgestone Tires, Set of 4
  • $70.00 off Sealy Posturepedic Corey Full Mattress
  • $16.00 off Sealy Posturepedic Corey Full Boxspring
  • $5.50 off Duracell AA and AAA Batteries
  • $4.00 off Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion, 2 Pack
  • $3.50 off Listerine Ultraclean Mouthwash, 2 Pack

East (Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador)

  • $70.00 off Sealy Posturepedic Corey Full Mattress
  • $16.00 off Sealy Posturepedic Corey Full Boxspring
  • $6.50 off Huggies Natural Care Plus Wipes, 1152 Pack
  • $6.00 off Ivory Snow Liquid Laundry Detergent, 96 Washloads
  • $4.40 off Charmin Ultra-Soft Bathroom Tissue, 30 Rolls
  • $2.00 off Honey Nut Cheerios, 1.51kg

Quebec

  • $6.50 off Huggies Natural Care Plus Wipes, 1152 Pack
  • $4.40 off Charmin Ultra-Soft Bathroom Tissue, 30 Rolls
  • $4.00 off Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent, 146 Washloads
  • $4.00 off Tide Advanced Power Liquid Laundry Detergent, 81 Washloads
  • $2.50 off Oasis Fruit Juice, 50 Pack
  • $2.00 off Kozy Shack Rice Pudding, 12 Pack

These offers are valid until September 17 at Canadian Costco locations for Costco members in good standing and eligible guests. Happy shopping!

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    • i bought theses yesterday @ full price
      do i need a receipt to go back in to get the savings or can i just go to the returns desk and refund me?

      thanks
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    • May have been asked before, but how do these compare to the Kirkland ones?
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    • vittycent wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 9:35 am
      May have been asked before, but how do these compare to the Kirkland ones?
      i find them a lot better and thicker, my baby has never had an issues with them
      @ 20 ists a great value
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    • vittycent wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 9:35 am
      May have been asked before, but how do these compare to the Kirkland ones?
      I find they tear easier than kirkland but they seem better at staying more moist
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    • My child got rashes from Huggies , but not Kirkland . Don't know why . Maybe sensitive skin
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    • Wassifdurrani wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 9:32 am
      i bought theses yesterday @ full price
      do i need a receipt to go back in to get the savings or can i just go to the returns desk and refund me?

      thanks
      Bring your receipt, go to returns desk, get adjustment. You need a receipt, but do not need to bring the product in.
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    • reporrted wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 9:41 am
      Bring your receipt, go to returns desk, get adjustment. You need a receipt, but do not need to bring the product in.
      thanks
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    • vittycent wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 9:35 am
      May have been asked before, but how do these compare to the Kirkland ones?
      Every time either go on sale the thread will have this question.

      Huggies: thicker, grippier, tear more easily
      Kirkland: smoother with wiping, stick together more when dispensing
      Both: wet at the bottom of the box, has scent (despite what the box says)

      Source: have baby and have stacks of both types
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    • Everyone I know, including us, prefer the Kirkland wipes. They "glide" better (hehe) than the Huggies that are too grippy and tear.
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    • Miguel Sánchez wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 10:24 am
      Every time either go on sale the thread will have this question.

      Huggies: thicker, grippier, tear more easily
      Kirkland: smoother with wiping, stick together more when dispensing
      Both: wet at the bottom of the box, has scent (despite what the box says)

      Source: have baby and have stacks of both types
      Kirkland wipes are also larger, atleast that's how it looked to me.
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    • I personally like Huggies best, they have improved the wipes compared to a few years ago as they are a bit stronger now. They can still tear, but I treat them like I would with paper towels.

      To me it feels like Kirkland and Pamper wipes are like nets, with holes letting in baby material to your hands.... Doesn't feel like there is a barrier between your hand/fingers and baby waste.
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    • thanks, picked up a couple today.
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    • IMO Huggies > Kirkland
      When cleaning up a big poopsplosion I find Huggies gets it the poop off way better. Kirkland seem to smear it around more whereas huggies takes it off when you wipe.
      For me its worth the extra few $$ in relation to Kirkland.
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    • carolinha wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 1:48 pm
      IMO Huggies > Kirkland
      When cleaning up a big poopsplosion I find Huggies gets it the poop off way better. Kirkland seem to smear it around more whereas huggies takes it off when you wipe.
      For me its worth the extra few $$ in relation to Kirkland.
      Agree 100%. I had to use those Kirkland wipes like gloves instead of wipes or else I was just smearing it all around. They didn't hold $hit (literally).
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    • carolinha wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 1:48 pm
      IMO Huggies > Kirkland
      When cleaning up a big poopsplosion I find Huggies gets it the poop off way better. Kirkland seem to smear it around more whereas huggies takes it off when you wipe.
      For me its worth the extra few $$ in relation to Kirkland.
      Was using huggies wipes on my 14 month old daughter and she sarted to get really bad rashes/blisters that now look like burns. I would use with caution as there have been several reports of the type of chemical that are used in these wipes that may cause chemical burns on kids. Test on your kids first before using. My daughter has been in pain the past few days and the burns are starting to clear now that we have stopped using the huggies wipes.
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    • covabwoy wrote:
      Sep 12th, 2017 11:20 am
      Was using huggies wipes on my 14 month old daughter and she sarted to get really bad rashes/blisters that now look like burns. I would use with caution as there have been several reports of the type of chemical that are used in these wipes that may cause chemical burns on kids. Test on your kids first before using. My daughter has been in pain the past few days and the burns are starting to clear now that we have stopped using the huggies wipes.
      The huggies ones on sale say 'natural' on the box. Are you sure it's for this kind? I just picked up a box as we normally use Pampers naturals or Kirkland.
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    • For some reason, our babies get rashes from anything but Kirklands. Since they are often on sale, I only use those. So I would advise you try the Huggies before buying a few boxes (the same advise hold true if you try the Kirkland).
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    • we stay with Pampers or Kirkland for wipes
      baby girl gets the rash also with Huggies
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    • carolinha wrote:
      Sep 11th, 2017 1:48 pm
      IMO Huggies > Kirkland
      When cleaning up a big poopsplosion I find Huggies gets it the poop off way better. Kirkland seem to smear it around more whereas huggies takes it off when you wipe.
      For me its worth the extra few $$ in relation to Kirkland.
      in the stores in Toronto at regular price, Huggies is actually very slightly cheaper than Kirkland
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    • mtlboy wrote:
      Sep 12th, 2017 11:22 am
      The huggies ones on sale say 'natural' on the box. Are you sure it's for this kind? I just picked up a box as we normally use Pampers naturals or Kirkland.
      Yeah it's the same kind.
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