The best way to save on groceries is to buy more things, and Costco is taking advantage of that.
The chain has unveiled its first ever “Purchasing Club” section where shoppers can get discounts on groceries.
“We know that we have some of the best brands in the world, and we’re excited to help consumers get the best deals on our products,” Costco CEO John J. Walker said.
“It’s really about offering a little bit more choice for consumers.”
Costco has launched a ‘Purchassing Club’ section on its website, where shoppers are able to get deals on groceries, drinks and other items.
Costco says the new section is designed to encourage shoppers to shop around and compare prices, rather than just picking up an item once it’s on sale.
“We’re excited that consumers are exploring the benefits of our new shopping club system, and looking to save even more on our own purchases,” Walker said in a statement.
The ‘Purchase Club’ offers shoppers a chance to see which products are being sold on a selection of items from Costco, including: • All-natural, organic and organic produce. “
The shopping club gives consumers the ability to compare and save on everything they buy, and it’s also a great way to help save on gas, food and other essentials.”
The ‘Purchase Club’ offers shoppers a chance to see which products are being sold on a selection of items from Costco, including: • All-natural, organic and organic produce.
• Fresh seafood from local restaurants and local fishermen.
We can’t believe how much of a savings we are making on our groceries!
#CO Costco #CostcoCoupon #CouponsCoupOn #Coop #CO #COOP pic.twitter.com/VgYq1yWlX5 — Costco (@Costco) August 8, 2018 Costco also said it would be offering a discount on select Costco products from August.
“Costco is giving away a coupon for a special Costco-branded meal, a Costco gift card and more,” the company said in an email.
“To get started, you can use the code COOP for a $30 gift card.”
CostCo said the new ‘Packing Club’ offer will be available until the end of the month.
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