Costco Costco In-Store Coupons: $100 Off KitchenAid Stand Mixer, $11 Off Gillette Mach3 Razor, $6 Off Keurig Coffee 80 K-Cups + More New Coupons! $100 Off KitchenAid Mixer + 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)

  • $4.60 off Tide Powder Laundry Detergent, 150 Washloads
  • $4.30 off Brew Dr. Organic Kombucha, 6 Pack
  • $4.00 off Head & Shoulders Dandruff Shampoo, 2 Pack
  • $3.50 off Java Club 100% Colombian Coffee, 1.36kg
  • $3.00 off Harvest Creek Chicken Breast Bites, 1.5kg
  • $3.00 off Ocean’s Flaked White Tuna, 6 Pack

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

  • $100.00 off KitchenAid Professional Stand Mixer with Bowl Lift Design
  • $11.00 off Gillette Mach3 Turbo Razor + 20 Cartridges
  • $6.00 off Keurig Van Houtte House Blend, Colombian Dark or Timothy’s Colombian Excelencia Coffee, 80 K-Cups
  • $4.20 off Bounty Plus Paper Towels, 12 Rolls
  • $3.00 off Glysomed Hand Cream, 3 Pack
  • $3.00 off Post Honey Bunches of Oats, 1.4kg

Quebec

  • $100.00 off Sealy Posturepedic Atwater Mattress, Queen
  • $20.00 off Sealy Posturepedic Atwater Boxspring, Queen
  • $4.00 off Lysol Advanced Disinfecting Wipes, 6 Pack
  • $3.00 off Hampton House Chicken Parmesan, 1.2kg
  • $3.00 off Resolve Max Laundry Stain Remover, 1.8L + Bonus
  • $2.50 off Campbell’s Chicken Broth, 6 Pack

These offers are available until February 24 at Canadian Costco locations for Costco members in good standing and eligible guests. Happy shopping!

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    • Aren't all KitchenAid mixers always on sale at $300.. like, always?
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    • BBQPEANUT wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2019 5:04 pm
      Aren't all KitchenAid mixers always on sale at $300.. like, always?
      There are several models ranging from ~$300 to $600+

      The Artisan series have 300W motors and are often on sale for $300.

      This one is the Professional series with the 590W motor.. they rarely drop this low.
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    • I was surprised it wasn’t posted earlier.

      Ordered one this morning.
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    • BBQPEANUT wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2019 5:04 pm
      Aren't all KitchenAid mixers always on sale at $300.. like, always?
      I think this one is going for $599 at the bay right now.
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    • superfresh89 wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2019 5:13 pm
      There are several models ranging from ~$300 to $600+

      The Artisan series have 300W motors and are often on sale for $300.

      This one is the Professional series with the 590W motor.. they rarely drop this low.
      This.
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    • From what I read the Costco model is made out of cheaper parts than the regular 6qt model. But for 300$ it's still a good price.

      Bought mine used for 230$ (not Costco), very happy with it!
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    • spdecoste wrote: From what I read the Costco model is made out of cheaper parts than the regular 6qt model. But for 300$ it's still a good price.

      Bought mine used for 230$ (not Costco), very happy with it!
      Show proof!
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    • crow13 wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2019 9:44 pm
      Show proof!
      He said it was used..
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    • superfresh89 wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2019 10:08 pm
      He said it was used..
      I think he meant the “parts”
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    • Isn't there something about the bowl on costco models being different?

      Besides that, any difference from the regular version? Compatible with all the same parts that you can buy for the regular version?
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    • I think the costco one has a slightly different shaped bowl (atleast the model I got a few years back). I have had it now about 5 years and it has been well used and been flawless. Only accessory I have added is a pasta attachment, which works great.
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    • spdecoste wrote:
      Feb 18th, 2019 6:46 pm
      From what I read the Costco model is made out of cheaper parts than the regular 6qt model. But for 300$ it's still a good price.

      Bought mine used for 230$ (not Costco), very happy with it!
      There was a period when they were using plastic gears but this one specifically states all metal. Now, there are different grades of metal.
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    • The reviews at Costco are misleading since they didn't purge the old reviews for the old model when they switched over to this one.

      At one point Costco sold a specific model that had an incomparable bowl from normal KitchenAid. And at some point all KitchenAid had plastic gears but that is no longer true. As of now their model is a near exact copy of the KitchenAid. I believed eve the motor itself is a slightly different wattage (590 vs 580 or something) but is supposed to be just as reliable.
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    • So is this a good buy? Anyone else with experience using the Costco version?
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    • Leaf_CrAzY wrote:
      Feb 19th, 2019 1:20 pm
      So is this a good buy? Anyone else with experience using the Costco version?
      I owned a 300w tilt head version since 2001. It always performed well. But when i did pizza dough or bread dough it would dance around the counter.
      I got this costco one at xmas after doing all the internet searches i could about what version it is and how different it is from the one at other retailers. I even found some threads with a guy who posted his correspondence with kitchenaid where they explained how the current costco one was part identical except for the different motor wattage.

      I wouldn't find it hard to believe that all kitchenaids nowadays have inferior motors than than 20 years ago. So when someone says they used to do massive loads on their mom's machine int he past but their new machine now started to smoke, it's not because it's the costco version it's because all kitchenaids aren't what they used to be.

      Either way i'm happy with the bigger costco machine as a previous user of the smaller tilt head version. It does dough way better than my tilt head. Haven't had any smoke, oil, anything, problems with it through cookies, cakes, breads, pizza. Grandted i'm usually doing single or batches. not 8x batches or anything.
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    • I bought this around Xmas and confirmed with a KitchenAid rep that it's basically the exact same as the 575w ones you'd find anywhere else. The difference is this one has a slightly beefier motor (590w) specifically built for Costco. The model number is different as it is Costco-specific, just like many other products they sell.

      $299 is as cheap as these get, and is likely the best value you'll find for a new mixer. The ones that are normally $299 on sale all the time are the 300w ones with the tilt head. They work fine but lack power for tougher stuff like Pizza dough without causing premature wear. You're better off with the Costco one either way honestly.
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    • Thanks for pointing this out. I picked one up last night to give to my mom for Mother's Day :P
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    • No DC motor, no buy, these AC motos are super loud.
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