Regatta mens fleece 4 colours All sizes £8.21 @ Costco - HotUKDeals
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dark and light blue, black brown Regatta fleeces at Costco
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#1
We have been to costco today, was this price with the discount voucher book they had on the till's if not you can prob get another £2 of with that!
They have also got vouchers for the kids fleeces I think takes it from about £6 to about £4 got some for the kids.
Vouchers only last till 28th aug though.
#2
Hiya, yeah thats the deal. They had kids & ladies fleeces also
#3
Go Outdoors are selling Regatta fleeces for £5.99

http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/regatta-thompson-microfleece-p148282
#4
Costco ones are different, they have a full zip
#5
Ok then, Go Outdoors have fleeces with full zips for £7.99

http://www.gooutdoors.co.uk/regatta-mens-thor-3-fleece-jacket-p105544
#6
LOL keep trying bud, Costco ones are different. They have the logo inprinted on the front
#7
Good deal if you are a member and you live near a costco, nearest one to me is 168 miles away!

Also how much does membership cost?

Edited By: fiddiwebb on Aug 23, 2010 14:41: spelling
#8
Price should be listed as £28.21 as it costs £20 to become a member.
#9
Thought so, maybe cheaper to buy from regattaoutlet considering costco's membership fee and if you are eligible to join.
#10
thank you x
#11
had a look at these the other day and the quality seemed rubbsh compared to thoer normal levels.
#12
these are really soft but i prefer the diesel ones they get in, need to wait another few months.
#13
Price should be listed as is as there is nothing to say otherwise on this website is there ..... if you want to recoup your money from membership then just buy some toiletries/food/other items at the same time - don't understand why more people shop there instead of the high street - I save hundreds if not into 4 figures easily every year via Costco just by buying stuff in bulk - nappies etc its saved me a fortune - just chuck em in the loft til I need em etc.
#14
Evz1974
Price should be listed as is as there is nothing to say otherwise on this website is there ..... if you want to recoup your money from membership then just buy some toiletries/food/other items at the same time - don't understand why more people shop there instead of the high street - I save hundreds if not into 4 figures easily every year via Costco just by buying stuff in bulk - nappies etc its saved me a fortune - just chuck em in the loft til I need em etc.

But it's only £8.21 if you are a costco member, ordinary Joe public can't walk in off the street and buy it at that price unless a member which costs £20 a year.
SSo basicly it's a hot deal to only those who are members of costco.
#15
fiddiwebb
Evz1974
Price should be listed as is as there is nothing to say otherwise on this website is there ..... if you want to recoup your money from membership then just buy some toiletries/food/other items at the same time - don't understand why more people shop there instead of the high street - I save hundreds if not into 4 figures easily every year via Costco just by buying stuff in bulk - nappies etc its saved me a fortune - just chuck em in the loft til I need em etc.
But it's only £8.21 if you are a costco member, ordinary Joe public can't walk in off the street and buy it at that price unless a member which costs £20 a year.SSo basicly it's a hot deal to only those who are members of costco.


Right, so for EXISTING Costco members the price is spot on and as there are hundreds of Costco members that use this site - I would make this a HOT deal.

But hey, maybe you guys are right, so lets work out....membership is £20 a year....how many different items do you think on average a member buys from Costco every year? then we can just divide that into £20 and put the result ontop of every single costco hukd post.......

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#17
Going_Digital
it costs £20 to become a member.


That's for Trade membership and inc. VAT = £23.50

Individual membership costs £25+VAT = £29.38 (Available for certain professions/employees)
#18
Billco

Right, so for EXISTING Costco members the price is spot on and as there are hundreds of Costco members that use this site - I would make this a HOT deal.


I'm not doubting this, but how do you know there are hundreds of Costco members here?
#19
Well I agree not everyone is a Costco member here or lives near one,but it's definitely worth the £25 or so a year membership,and if your not entirely happy you can get a full refund at anytime. They have a really good returns policy,no quibble they will take anything back.
Also Braces thick white bread at 79 pence a loaf compared to nearly £1.20 in Tescos makes it worthwhile alone!!
#20
AshFlash
Billco
Right, so for EXISTING Costco members the price is spot on and as there are hundreds of Costco members that use this site - I would make this a HOT deal.
I'm not doubting this, but how do you know there are hundreds of Costco members here?


Because of the amount of different people I have seen over my time using this site that have either posted deals related to Costco or spoken about their own memberships to Costco.

I guarantee that there are lots of Costco members here, and I bet there's a shed load that don't sign up and just browse the deals.

P.S:- One of my favourite Costco "Perks" is the free 5 year no quibble guarantee on electrical goods. Tv's, Consoles etc...

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