Costco Costco In-Store Coupons: $11 Off Kaizen Naturals Whey Isolate, $5 Off Starbucks French Roast, $3.20 Off Clif Bar 18 Pack + More New Coupons! $11 Off Kaizen Protein Powder + 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)

  • $25.00 off Seville Classics Chrome 6-Tier Shelving
  • $6.00 off Cesar Wet Dog Food, 36 Pack
  • $6.00 off Whiskas Dry Cat Food, 11.6kg
  • $5.00 off Starbucks French Roast Coffee, 1.13kg
  • $4.50 off Kleenex Ultra-Soft 3-Ply Facial Tissues, 12 Pack
  • $4.00 off Ecos Liquid Laundry Detergent, 210 Washloads

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

  • $7.50 off Pedigree Vitality Plus Dog Food, 22.7kg
  • $5.00 off Scotties Premium 2-Ply Facial Tissues, 20 Pack
  • $3.20 off Clif Bar Variety Pack, 18 Pack
  • $3.00 off Black Diamond Marble Cheestrings, 40 Pack
  • $3.00 off Ocean's Flaked White Tuna, 6 Pack
  • $2.50 off Oasis Fruit Juice, 50 Pack

Quebec

  • $11.00 off Kaizen Naturals Whey Isolate Protein, 2kg
  • $7.00 off Metamucil Fibre Thearapy
  • $6.00 off Olivia Atlantic Salmon, 1.08kg
  • $7.50 off Pedigree DentaStix Dog Treats, 45 Pack
  • $3.00 off Ziploc Freezer Bags, 3 Pack
  • $1.20 off IÖGO 0% Yogurt, 24 Pack

These offers are available until January 14 at Canadian Costco locations for Costco members in good standing and eligible guests. Happy shopping!

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    • bigzinc10 wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 3:16 am
      That time of year again to stock up on kaizen whey protein from Costco. 2kg Vanilla or chocolate flavour. $11 off online and in store. Online shows $44.99. The weekly flyer has not been released yet but I imagine in store is like $38.99 (or around that).
      Just recently started taking protein. When you say time of year, does this mean this usually only goes on sale once and year? Just want to know so I can stock up.
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    • I'd say it goes on sale about 2-3x/year... Always January and I believe sometime over summer and again in the fall.


      hollandmoon wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 3:39 am
      Just recently started taking protein. When you say time of year, does this mean this usually only goes on sale once and year? Just want to know so I can stock up.
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    • Only twice. Every September and January for about the past 7-8yrs

      Can't believe its been that long!
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    • Which is the best tasting?
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    • tinbitz wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 4:07 am
      Which is the best tasting?
      Best tasting one at Costco IMO is the musclepharm cookies and cream. Best protein in the warehouse is either the kaizen or Vega... Worth the premium over the gfr.
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    • This stuff is really gross tasting. If you're desparate and can't wait for your MyProtein order, I guess go for it.
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    • Korkyjohnson96 wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 6:53 am
      This stuff is really gross tasting.
      Taste is subjective. I rather like it, and I've been around the block a few times when it comes to protein powders.

      Bottom line here is that you'd be hard-pressed to find a higher quality whey protein isolate for a better price, anywhere. Someone prove me wrong.
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    • kronos288 wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 6:27 am
      Best tasting one at Costco IMO is the musclepharm cookies and cream. Best protein in the warehouse is either the kaizen or Vega... Worth the premium over the gfr.
      I agree that the cookies and cream is by far the most palatable. Almost enjoyable to drink.
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    • kronos288 wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 6:27 am
      Best tasting one at Costco IMO is the musclepharm cookies and cream. Best protein in the warehouse is either the kaizen or Vega... Worth the premium over the gfr.
      I have to agree with you. The cookies and cream is delicious. Especially with milk!!
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    • kronos288 wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 6:27 am
      Best tasting one at Costco IMO is the musclepharm cookies and cream. Best protein in the warehouse is either the kaizen or Vega... Worth the premium over the gfr.
      As others have said, taste is subjective. I blend the chocolate powder with a heaping tablespoon of natural peanut butter, banana, milk. To me, it tastes very good.
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    • i blend the chocolate with some frozen blueberries, ice and a little bit of milk.
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    • dp99ag wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 8:06 am
      I was in costco yesterday and noticed they're carrying optimum nutrition protein now. Same as this one on the US site https://m.costco.com/Optimum-Nutrition- ... 38794.html

      I believe it was 66.99 in store
      Damn. I just ordered more on Amazon.
      I usually pick this up in the states.
      It is "Vanilla" and stores usually only carry French Vanilla Creme or Vanilla Ice Cream.
      Thanks for the info.
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    • Last time I purchased Kaizen Vanilla, it did not mix well with water and was really not tasting much. I contacted Kaizen to make sure I did not have a "bad quality batch" and was told that the stuff they sell at costco is a different formula than the Kaizen stuff you would find in supplement stores. They told me to go to the warehouse to exchange it for another one free of charge but I was already a little deep into the can so I just went through it.

      Just a FYI, i'm not saying it's bad by any means, just thought the protein geeks might like to know they have a different formula for costco
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    • There's no cookies and cream online.

      What is the specific item number so I can check in store?
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    • itrocks4u wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 8:57 am
      There's no cookies and cream online.

      What is the specific item number so I can check in store?
      Cookies & Cream flavour is MusclePharm only, not Kaizen
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    • I have to agree with one of the users above, when mixed with water the gate is awful. I've had several type of protein in the past and they aren't that bad with water. That being said, if you mix it with milk, it tastes ok.
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    • Correct me if I am wrong, but I am pretty sure the MusclePharm is a protein blend and the Kaizen Natural is an isolate. The Leanfit they had last year was also a protein blend. I find the chocolate and vanilla flavour in "most" protein brands are acceptable. It is only a couple of gulps. The myProtein one taste decent but a tad bit on the too sweet side.

      However at $39 for 2Kg of Kaizen is a great value. Not to mention their more reasonable size container that is not giant and half full. Will grab a few myself to interchange with my stock of myprotein.
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    • tfranczyk wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 7:17 am
      Taste is subjective. I rather like it, and I've been around the block a few times when it comes to protein powders.

      Bottom line here is that you'd be hard-pressed to find a higher quality whey protein isolate for a better price, anywhere. Someone prove me wrong.
      I agree that this is one of the best deals for a whey isolate around. However, it doesn't mix very well and it tastes pretty gross (like what your average tasteless "vanilla"-flavoured products taste like). If you usually blend with milk/fruits/etc., then this is the best bang for your buck.

      If you want something great tasting at an affordable price, I'd recommend MyProtein (.ca). You can get 10lbs of their well-rated whey isolate for about $100 (there's ebates and a bunch of sales usually), with discount. The chocolate smooth is my favourite.
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    • slitcher wrote:
      Jan 8th, 2018 8:54 am
      Last time I purchased Kaizen Vanilla, it did not mix well with water and was really not tasting much. I contacted Kaizen to make sure I did not have a "bad quality batch" and was told that the stuff they sell at costco is a different formula than the Kaizen stuff you would find in supplement stores. They told me to go to the warehouse to exchange it for another one free of charge but I was already a little deep into the can so I just went through it.

      Just a FYI, i'm not saying it's bad by any means, just thought the protein geeks might like to know they have a different formula for costco
      Did you get anything more with respect to information on "different formula"? when i see that it reads like "lower quality stuff" than at main line stores like GNC. Or is it just taste related? I bought the costco ones and don't mind the taste (or lack thereof) because i feel like there is less sweeteners (which I like). If that's the only difference then I'm ok with it. But if there is a difference in the quality or quantity of the quality of ingredients, that might make me think twice
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