Costco Costco In-Store Coupons: $55 Off Sentry Electronic Fire Safe, $9.50 Off Huggies Diapers, $3.50 Off Always Long Pantilinters + More New Coupons! $9.50 Off Huggies Diapers + More!

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Costco's new in-store coupons are here and you can see this week's deals now at RedFlagDeals!

Coupons are available for West (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba), East (Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador) and Quebec regions -- offers will vary by region and we've listed a few highlights from each region below.

West (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba)

  • $7.50 off Pedigree Vitality Plus Dog Food, 22.7kg
  • $4.00 off Lysol Advanced Disinfecting Wipes, 6 Pack
  • $4.00 off Saputo Parmesan Petals, 600g
  • $2.50 off Nature's Bakery Fig Bars, 24 Pack
  • $2.00 off Nescafé Instant Coffee, 475g

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

  • $55.00 off Sentry Electronic Fire Safe, 33.6L
  • $9.50 off Huggies Little Movers or Snugglers Diapers, Assorted
  • $7.00 off Woolite Darks Laundry Detergent, 99 Washloads
  • $4.00 off Rainforest Alliance Organic Coffee, 907g
  • $3.00 off Liberté Méditerranée Yogurt, 15 Pack

Quebec

  • $6.00 off Whiskas Dry Cat Food, 11.6kg
  • $5.00 off Scotties Premium Facial Tissues, 20 Pack
  • $4.00 off Hampton House Breaded Chicken Strips, 1.5kg
  • $3.50 off Always Long Pantilinters, 200 Pack
  • $2.00 off Cinnamon Toast Crunch, 1.3kg

These offers are available until March 1 at Canadian Costco locations for Costco members in good standing and eligible guests. Happy shopping!

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    • Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
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    • life359 wrote: Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
      Tried pampers and hated the ultra strong smell.. And my daughter started getting rashes..

      Changed to huggies, and its been good.. No rashes and no pungent smell
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    • Been through this with several kids. First one got a rash from Pampers. Second one used Pampers no problem

      My honest opinion. Pampers cost more but it is the better diaper. It never leaked. Huggies leaked on multiple kids

      It's a diaper. Buy the cheapest one because you're not keeping them for prosperity and yes, Pampers smell
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    • Why would people downvote this? This is a fantastic time of year when you have kids. Huggies are the best for my boy, especially the higher quality Costco ones. Thanks OP
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    • How much is it at warehouse?
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    • How is this cheaper than Amazon or walmart with subscribe and save?

      Online, size 5 is 41.99/162 = 25.9 cents per diaper (assuming you avoid the delivery surcharge)

      Amazon with S&S right now is 26.75/124 = 21.6 cents per diaper
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    • life359 wrote: Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
      Just had a newborn 6 weeks ago and we heard negatives on both brands. Every baby/parent is different so we bought both brands to see what we liked.
      Huggies (and Kirkland) is our preference.
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    • PennyArcade wrote: How is this cheaper than Amazon or walmart with subscribe and save?

      Online, size 5 is 41.99/162 = 25.9 cents per diaper (assuming you avoid the delivery surcharge)

      Amazon with S&S right now is 26.75/124 = 21.6 cents per diaper
      Not sure but "plus" is on the costco one, which might be costco exclusive with added features. Someone more informed can correct me.
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    • That's true.
      I find it cheaper if you use walmart grocery $20 off for order more than $75 discount + diaper weekly sale.
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    • I've tried both on my kiddo and we've found the huggies have done better than the pampers for him. Honestly he used to get leaks from the pampers a lot.

      Might check this one out, not sure my current supply will last till the new SS with amazon.
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    • paulbian wrote: Not sure but "plus" is on the costco one, which might be costco exclusive with added features. Someone more informed can correct me.
      Er... A diaper is a diaper, but I do think adding GPS to the diapers is going to change the world. Plus a GeoFence? You will be a marriage saver!
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    • life359 wrote: Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
      We use Huggies nighttime diapers for night, and Pampers cruisers for day time. No idea how we landed on that, but it works.
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    • paulbian wrote: Not sure but "plus" is on the costco one, which might be costco exclusive with added features. Someone more informed can correct me.
      Exclusive to Costco and have better absorbtion.
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    • Use cloth diapers and wash them, you lazy so and so's😃
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    • st901202 wrote: Er... A diaper is a diaper, but I do think adding GPS to the diapers is going to change the world. Plus a GeoFence? You will be a marriage saver!
      Yea I tend to agree. Feels like they might be taking advantage of people who just want the best for their kids. That said I'm still getting a box so I can compare with the "non-plus" ones I got from amazon, so I can judge for myself lol
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    • This is based on previous sales in store (someone else can confirm if price in store is still the same for current sale)

      Size 1 and 2s were $28.50 a box and size 3 and 4s were $37.50 a box.
      Since each size has different diaper counts the price is roughly 15-18 cents a diaper. Sorry dont know prices on size 5s and up as my kid is no where near that size yet so i didn't pay attention.

      Also I can confirm that there is definitely a difference between plus and non plus Huggies diapers. Plus feels a little softer and thicker/ higher quality. Whether that is worth it or not is up to you.
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    • If you are buying diapers you should have PC insiders and you can get way better pricing than this.
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    • insync44 wrote: Use cloth diapers and wash them, you lazy so and so's😃
      Yes I'm lazy and will never wash those cloth diapers.
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