Costco Costco In-Store Coupons: $10 Off Philips Sonicare Brush Heads, $4 Off Beautyrest Queen Pillows, $2.80 Off Pepsi Soft Drinks + More New Coupons! $4 Off Beautyrest Pillows + More!

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Costco's new in-store coupons are here and you can see the deals available in your local Costco warehouse now on RedFlagDeals! Coupon offers will vary by region and are available for the West (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba), East (Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador) and Quebec regions.

We've listed a few highlights from each region below.

West (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba)

  • $3.30 off Golden Island Korean Barbecue Pork Jerky, 410g
  • $3.20 off M&M's Peanuts, 1.58kg
  • $2.80 off Crush Variety Soft Drinks, 32 Pack
  • $2.50 off Jamieson Calcium Magnesium with Vitamin D3, 365 Caplets
  • $2.20 off The Laughing Cow Cheese, 535g
  • $2.00 off Nonni's Focaccia Croutons, 737g

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

  • $10.00 off Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Brush Heads, 5 Pack
  • $4.60 off Charmin Ultra-Soft Bathroom TIssue, 30 Rolls
  • $4.00 off 32 Degrees Crew Neck Sweater, Assorted
  • $4.00 off Beautyrest Platinum Queen Size Pillow, 2 Pack
  • $4.00 off Kirkland Signature Moist Flushable Wipes, 632 Pack
  • $2.80 off Pepsi Soft Drinks, 32 Pack

Quebec

  • $5.00 off Gaviscon Heartburn and Acid Reflux Relief, 120 + 25 Tablets
  • $3.50 off Excel Gum Variety, 27 Pack
  • $2.50 off Jamieson Calcium Magnesium with Vitamin D3, 365 Caplets
  • $2.00 off Fontaine Santé Traditional Hummus, 2 Pack
  • $2.00 off Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, 1.41kg
  • $2.00 off Popcorners Popped Corn Chips, 568g

These offers are available until July 28 at Canadian Costco locations for Costco members in good standing and eligible guests. Happy shopping!

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    • Aren't the ones from alibaba much cheaper? Albeit not authentic, I feel like the quality is comparable.
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    • 1up2up wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 12:26 pm
      Aren't the ones from alibaba much cheaper? Albeit not authentic, I feel like the quality is comparable.
      I love the Aliexpress knock offs and think they are fantastic, but Canadian customs was delaying shipments upwards of 3 months last year. I've also ordered some stuff from Aliexpress this year and I'm at 5 months and unsure if it'll even arrive at this point at all.
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    • This deal comes around once or twice a year and it's the best deal on Phillips brush heads in the market (other than fake ones from Asian online stores)
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    • Spooofology wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 12:30 pm
      This deal comes around once or twice a year and it's the best deal on Phillips brush heads in the market (other than fake ones from Asian online stores)
      Very true - great point, I'll add it in.
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    • Ecsta wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 12:45 pm
      Aren't those just the aliexpress brushes repackaged/resold?
      Yabbut as I said they're fulfilled by Amazon. That means they're shipped from a Canadian warehouse so you can get them in a day or two, not weeks or months from now. They're also guaranteed by Amazon in case you don't like the quality (although the reviews are highly positive.)
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    • I have had this toothbrush for 2+ years and I've tried all the knockoff versions on Amazon and AliExpress pretty much ... Honestly, they all clean your teeth. I don't see any difference / why I'd ever pay more than a buck or 2 each or basically for "branded" ones. +1 because this is indeed as cheap as these will get I guess...
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    • bennyboy84 wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 1:35 pm
      I have had this toothbrush for 2+ years and I've tried all the knockoff versions on Amazon and AliExpress pretty much ... Honestly, they all clean your teeth. I don't see any difference / why I'd ever pay more than a buck or 2 each or basically for "branded" ones. +1 because this is indeed as cheap as these will get I guess...
      I originally thought this too and used a variety of the knock off ones for a couple of years. When I upgraded my brush last year, and used the included OEM brush, I noticed my tooth sensitivity lessened dramatically. So, at least for me, it seems the aftermarket brushes were harder wearing on my enamel.
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    • bennyboy84 wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 1:35 pm
      I have had this toothbrush for 2+ years and I've tried all the knockoff versions on Amazon and AliExpress pretty much ... Honestly, they all clean your teeth. I don't see any difference / why I'd ever pay more than a buck or 2 each or basically for "branded" ones. +1 because this is indeed as cheap as these will get I guess...
      I never had any luck with the oral B ones. They seem to have more moving parts though, so their failure rate was higher than the OEM ones.
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    • I bought some from Aliexpress in April or so, arrived on time (about 1 month shipping). Cost $4 USD for 12 heads.

      Having only used the original Sonicare heads prior, I'd say the knock off ones are decent for the price. They didn't last as long (I replaced it at 2 months, rather than 3 or 4 months), but again, huge price difference.
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    • I think customs are deliberate in this.
      Hear too many stories of just regular stuff , like under 100$ value , being held at the border ,
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    • Hot price...relatively speaking. Normally, I buy them at Costco at $10/ brush head ($50 for this 5-pack) and that's the best price already.
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    • I am going to pick up the original kind from Costco. They last a long time plus while trying to avoid BPA's etc.. I'd rather be buying brand name than risking no name from ebay or amazon for my oral hygiene 😃 But each to their own...
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    • RiCHC3 wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 12:29 pm
      I love the Aliexpress knock offs and think they are fantastic, but Canadian customs was delaying shipments upwards of 3 months last year. I've also ordered some stuff from Aliexpress this year and I'm at 5 months and unsure if it'll even arrive at this point at all.
      I got mine on Amazon. It was like 15 or 20 for about $25 and received them in 2 days.
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    • Caution, I tried the knock off from Amazon and my toothbrush broke, the motor wasn't strong anymore as it was before and wasn't even "vibrating' enough. Had to replace me toothbrush, I won't buy any knock off brush heads
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    • tomguy1160 wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 3:48 pm
      Caution, I tried the knock off from Amazon and my toothbrush broke, the motor wasn't strong anymore as it was before and wasn't even "vibrating' enough. Had to replace me toothbrush, I won't buy any knock off brush heads
      How does the brush head break the handle or affect the motor? The head has no moving parts. It just snaps on. The handle's reciprocating action simply makes the head vibrate. I suspect the failure of the handle was just a coincidence.
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    • bylo wrote:
      Jul 22nd, 2019 3:55 pm
      How does the brush head break the handle or affect the motor? The head has no moving parts. It just snaps on. The handle's reciprocating action simply makes the head vibrate. I suspect the failure of the handle was just a coincidence.
      I was wondering as on the part of the toothbrush there is a metal connector and maybe in brush heads wasn't fitted perfectly on this piece and made the motor to break.. but also as you said probably a coincidence
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