Costco Costco In-Store Coupons: $9 Off LeanFit Naturals Whey Protein, $4 Off Zavida Organica Coffee, $3.50 Off Always Thin Pads + More New Coupons! $9 Off LeanFit Whey Protein + More!

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Costco's new in-store coupons are here and you can see the week-long warehouse 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)

  • $50.00 off WaterRidge Toilet
  • $10.00 off Vega Organic Protein and Green Powder, 1kg
  • $4.00 off Roots Lunch Bags
  • $3.50 off Always Ultra Thin Pads, Assorted
  • $3.50 off Garotade Sports Drink, 28 Pack

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

  • $10.00 off Gillette Fusion ProShield Razor with 9 Cartridges
  • $9.00 off LeanFit Naturals Whey Protein Blend, 2kg
  • $8.00 off Red Bull Energy Drinks, 24 Pack
  • $6.00 off Olivia Scallops, 680g
  • $4.00 off Tritan Zulu Water Bottles, 3 Pack

Quebec

  • $6.00 off Jamieson B100 Complex Vitamins, 225 Tablets
  • $4.00 off Traditions Ice Cream Bars, 24 Pack
  • $4.00 off Zavida Organica Whole Bean Coffee, 907g
  • $3.00 off Home Inspirations Kitchen Towels, 6 Pack
  • $3.00 off Sunrise Poultry Chicken Breast Burgers, 16 Pack

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

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  • 1C5
    • Anyone try this one? How is it?
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    • Thumbs up. My daily go-to coffee.
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    • Great coffee, my daily as well
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    • I assume in-store only?
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    • WalletNotSafe wrote: I assume in-store only?
      Online price builds in shipping and whatnot. So, $14/bag online - OP has the link.
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    • I normally alternate between this one and the Zavida Columbian.
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    • 1C5 wrote: Anyone try this one? How is it?
      I tried last time when it was only $9.99. I personally would not buy again, it is dark roast and oily and I found it tasted flat. I would definitely not recommend to use in a automatic espresso machine, much too oily.
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    • Thanks OP, ordered for my super automatic espresso machine. I like the flavours that are extracted from dark roasts in these kind of machines and find they never clog as long as you push the beans down towards the funnel every few days.
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    • You need to be a Costco member.
      Weird because last time was OK for non-members but right now the website tells me "A Costco membership is required to checkout and use other services offered. Some exclusions may apply". :(
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    • LaurentD88313 wrote: You need to be a Costco member.
      Weird because last time was OK for non-members but right now the website tells me "A Costco membership is required to checkout and use other services offered. Some exclusions may apply". :(
      I think they recently changed their online shopping policy.

      Regarding the beans: they're great. I mainly buy the Zavida Columbian now (the most mild, even one of all), but the Organica is good too.

      I used to drink the Zavida Hazelnut a lot when I drank coffee (now I only make latte/espresso at home). Now, my tastes have changed and I'm not as fond of the Hazelnut.
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    • Just to correct some misinformation on here.

      Zavida Organica is MEDIUM DARK, not Dark and Zavida Columbian is MEDIUM.
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    • jiffylube1024 wrote: I think they recently changed their online shopping policy.

      Regarding the beans: they're great. I mainly buy the Zavida Columbian now (the most mild, even one of all), but the Organica is good too.

      I used to drink the Zavida Hazelnut a lot when I drank coffee (now I only make latte/espresso at home). Now, my tastes have changed and I'm not as fond of the Hazelnut.
      That hazlenut is our go to.
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    • That sucks that they changed their online shipping policy. I've been a member on and off for the past few years but the nearest location is a bit far from me so just don't shop there enough to justify the membership. But I did enjoy regularly picking up a thing or two from there online. There must be plenty of others in my situation so wondering how much business this decision may cost them
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    • 1C5 wrote: Anyone try this one? How is it?
      A good all around coffee a bit on the mild size, you likely can't find anything better that $11 maybe even regular $15.
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    • I have used it in the past and do like it. Word to anyone using a superautomatic machine, the beans are a little on the oily side and can cause issues with the grinder. Jura and Meile machines are not a fan of beans that are too oily.
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    • 1C5 wrote: Anyone try this one? How is it?
      Good Coffee - my daily morning drink.
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    • 1C5 wrote: Anyone try this one? How is it?
      I tried this coffee but I didn't like it. There was no flavour. It was not strong to me but the taste could be different for you. Somehow, I think I have turned into a coffee snob. I only drink dark roast that has a strong flavour. So far, I have only really liked the Starbucks dark roast beans. At Costco, it's the silver bag with the dark purple colour.

      When I buy coffee from Starbucks or Second Cup, I always ask for their dark roast and it tastes great to me. I just add a bit of milk and I'm good (OK, maybe not a total snob if I have to add milk 😂).

      Winks83 wrote: I have used it in the past and do like it. Word to anyone using a superautomatic machine, the beans are a little on the oily side and can cause issues with the grinder. Jura and Meile machines are not a fan of beans that are too oily.
      How do oily beans affect grinders? Aren't grinders just blades that spin around?
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    • gr8dlr wrote: Just to correct some misinformation on here.

      Zavida Organica is MEDIUM DARK, not Dark and Zavida Columbian is MEDIUM.
      You're right these are closer to medium dark. I tried these when you created the thread back in February (and I checked, they were $10.99 not $9.99 like I thought). In any case they are darker than the Lavazza Costco sells, which is only a medium or medium light.

      In the end, for $10.99 it is definitely worth a try, everyone's tastes are different. But my wife and I didn't like the taste so I won't be buying them again. We also got a new fully automatico so I'm a bit hesitant to use these with it.
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    • Here's something more people should do (and people who make their own espresso may be familiar with):

      Coffee like this one - Zavida Organica and also the regular Zavida Columbian are very mild and GREAT for blending with another coffee. So, say you have a strong/bitter/flavoured coffee that you like but want to "mellow" a bit. Blend it 50/50 with some Organica or Columbian and it smoothes out the taste.

      Once you get a hang of blending, you start to come up with all kinds of combinations. Right now my go-to espresso blend is a mix of light, medium and dark roasts, mostly medium, for a balanced flavour.
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    • ds2chan wrote: How do oily beans affect grinders? Aren't grinders just blades that spin around?
      Decent grinders are a conical burr, like a cone that has sharp edges that crushes beans against a ring with sharp edges. A lot of fully automatic machines recommend you not use oily beans but medium roasts, darker roasts jam and gum up the internals with too much oils. But I never had an issue with my semi automatic Breville.
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