- They are full of items we actually want and need, for everyday use or even gifts.
- They are worth something, usually $2-$10 dollars, rather than your typical 25 cents off 5 boxes of cereal X.
- Costco is already usually the cheapest way to buy food; coupons make it even cheaper.
I usually don't make a big deal about the Costco coupon book, but this month it's loaded with stuff we needed - Oxy Clean detergent, two of our favorite cereals, a gift we've been meaning to get for someone ($10 off!), replacement toothbrush heads, and more.
I've already busted into the Oxy Clean to do laundry and the Cinnamon Toast Crunch - yum! We're going to stock up later in the month after Matt's school starts.