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12-month Costco membership, a £10 in-warehouse voucher, whole chickens, batteries and carrot cake £33.60 @ Groupon
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12-month Costco membership, a £10 in-warehouse voucher, whole chickens, batteries and carrot cake £33.60 @ Groupon

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Refreshed 10th May (Posted 15th Apr)
£33.60 for a 12-month Costco membership, a £10 in-warehouse voucher, two whole chickens, batteries and carrot cake, as well as £20 off a £200 shop online (up to 53% off)



Membership restrictions:
Valid for members employed in medicine, local government, civil service, banking, finance, education, fire rescue services, insurance, health service, police force, post office and airline or those qualified as a chartered architect, chartered civil engineer, chartered surveyor, dentist, optician, pharmacist, qualified accountant, solicitor, barrister, magistrate, advocate, doctor or optometrist

Validity:
Membership must be activated in-warehouse by 31 May 2019. Not valid for online sign-ups.

Restrictions:
Each membership includes a 12-month spouse or domestic partner card. The Costco £10 shopping voucher will be provided after completion of the Costco membership application. Entire value of the Costco membership activation voucher must be used in a single visit. Valid for new members only.



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Whole chicken, batteries & carrot cake....that's an interesting combo!
eslick15/04/2019 19:38

It’s not about the prices at Tesco it’s about Costco quality versus Tesco a …It’s not about the prices at Tesco it’s about Costco quality versus Tesco and there simply is only one winner and it’s certainly not Tesco. The meet at Costco is some of the best out there, preprared veg at Christmas is excellent and time saving, you can also use your cards in any Costco including the US cheap better quality painkillers are a must if you go over. If you are into your wine Costco are the biggest seller of wine in the world. And of course the petrol as well always the cheapest. And another their return policy second to none, took a mattress back after 10 months no questions asked.


Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello before you go in and goodbye when you leave; why can't all supermarkets do this?
Thought that said battery chickens...
time2share15/04/2019 20:04

Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello …Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello before you go in and goodbye when you leave; why can't all supermarkets do this?


You definitely meet the right criteria to pick up on somebody else's spelling.
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Hot! Standard membership is anyway £33.60, not £71. If works on Groupon, why not getting the extras for the same price? You probably choose one of the freebies, don't think they will give them all for one membership.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 15th Apr
Work for Costco.good deal but only certain people qualify for membership so check before buying.Heat
No brainer if you qualify.
Whole chicken, batteries & carrot cake....that's an interesting combo!
Thought that said battery chickens...
hot
Can people that have a sentinel card get one? Say they work on behalf of NWR?
Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you have to add VAT, so they are not really cheap, and before someone says businesses can claim back the vat, I found most products are cheaper at Tescos. The exception being Costco s cooked chickens and their large Birthday cakes you can order and their tyre fitting bay and puncture repairs.
Proveright15/04/2019 18:54

Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you …Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you have to add VAT, so they are not really cheap, and before someone says businesses can claim back the vat, I found most products are cheaper at Tescos. The exception being Costco s cooked chickens and their large Birthday cakes you can order and their tyre fitting bay and puncture repairs.


You don’t have to pay VAT on all goods and to be fair the VAT inclusive price is clearly displayed in store. I’ve managed to get many bargains from there.
ellbee7 m ago

You don’t have to pay VAT on all goods and to be fair the VAT inclusive p …You don’t have to pay VAT on all goods and to be fair the VAT inclusive price is clearly displayed in store. I’ve managed to get many bargains from there.


Exactly.

ALWAYS caveat emptor.

NEVER think that businesses are on your side.
Proveright15/04/2019 18:54

Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you …Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you have to add VAT, so they are not really cheap, and before someone says businesses can claim back the vat, I found most products are cheaper at Tescos. The exception being Costco s cooked chickens and their large Birthday cakes you can order and their tyre fitting bay and puncture repairs.


Yeah not having VAT is really annoying. They seem to think they're a wholesaler who's main trade is done with small businesses, traders and the like who will claim it all back.

Oh wait, it is.
Proveright27 m ago

Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you …Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you have to add VAT, so they are not really cheap, and before someone says businesses can claim back the vat, I found most products are cheaper at Tescos. The exception being Costco s cooked chickens and their large Birthday cakes you can order and their tyre fitting bay and puncture repairs.


And their photo printing service
Yes you can become a member if you work for network rail. All you need is a wage slip
Red hot just for the cheap bog rolls the Kirkland rum the hot dogs the chicken nuggets and cheap fuel
Does it work for only new customers ? I had it for a bit and then let it lapse coz wasn’t shopping there enough , can I sign up with this again and claim the benefits?
Proveright15/04/2019 18:54

Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you …Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you have to add VAT, so they are not really cheap, and before someone says businesses can claim back the vat, I found most products are cheaper at Tescos. The exception being Costco s cooked chickens and their large Birthday cakes you can order and their tyre fitting bay and puncture repairs.


It’s not about the prices at Tesco it’s about Costco quality versus Tesco and there simply is only one winner and it’s certainly not Tesco.

The meat at Costco is some of the best out there, preprared veg at Christmas is excellent and time saving, you can also use your cards in any Costco including the US cheap better quality painkillers are a must if you go over. If you are into your wine Costco are the biggest seller of wine in the world. And of course the petrol as well always the cheapest.

And another their return policy second to none, took a mattress back after 10 months no questions asked.
Edited by: "eslick" 16th Apr
matwalaboy1 h, 0 m ago

Does it work for only new customers ? I had it for a bit and then let it …Does it work for only new customers ? I had it for a bit and then let it lapse coz wasn’t shopping there enough , can I sign up with this again and claim the benefits?


You can,even if you don’t use it you can normally cancel and get your money back at any time just not sure how that would work with the groupon.
Edited by: "eslick" 15th Apr
Great to shop electricals for extra warranty..

Have bought TV, laptop, Hive and a divan bed too
sheffield78815/04/2019 18:34

Hot! Standard membership is anyway £33.60, not £71. If works on Groupon, w …Hot! Standard membership is anyway £33.60, not £71. If works on Groupon, why not getting the extras for the same price? You probably choose one of the freebies, don't think they will give them all for one membership.


You get them all last time there was a deal on like this I got a voucher for batteries, a cooked chicken and a large chocolate fudge cake
Think £23.60 out of pocket.
Let’s be honest, everyone goes for the Kirkland water
thought you were taking the p*ss when talking about the chicken, cake and batteries
Already a member but good deal
as with everything some things are well cheap but clothes and juice not so much
heat added
Can I get this deal as a trade customer for my business? The fine print just says “trade membership also available”
Edited by: "ministrymason" 15th Apr
Love Costco, been a member for years, great quality stuff and returns policy is second to none.
eslick15/04/2019 19:38

It’s not about the prices at Tesco it’s about Costco quality versus Tesco a …It’s not about the prices at Tesco it’s about Costco quality versus Tesco and there simply is only one winner and it’s certainly not Tesco. The meet at Costco is some of the best out there, preprared veg at Christmas is excellent and time saving, you can also use your cards in any Costco including the US cheap better quality painkillers are a must if you go over. If you are into your wine Costco are the biggest seller of wine in the world. And of course the petrol as well always the cheapest. And another their return policy second to none, took a mattress back after 10 months no questions asked.


Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello before you go in and goodbye when you leave; why can't all supermarkets do this?
jennyha198425 m ago

You get them all last time there was a deal on like this I got a …You get them all last time there was a deal on like this I got a voucher for batteries, a cooked chicken and a large chocolate fudge cake


That's even better, interesting bundle:)
time2share14 m ago

Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello …Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello before you go in and goodbye when you leave; why can't all supermarkets do this?


THANK YOU for this.
plebbygiraffe15/04/2019 19:21

Yeah not having VAT is really annoying. They seem to think they're a …Yeah not having VAT is really annoying. They seem to think they're a wholesaler who's main trade is done with small businesses, traders and the like who will claim it all back.Oh wait, it is.


I'm VAT registered but don't claim VAT back as on the FRS so you can't blanket that everyone that shops there claims VAT back

Have to agree with another comment I read on here, that they are not that cheap and things can often be bought for less elsewhere.

The majority I have bought within the last year is mostly those on the special offer leaflets
Edited by: "steve123uk" 15th Apr
time2share15/04/2019 20:04

Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello …Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello before you go in and goodbye when you leave; why can't all supermarkets do this?


You definitely meet the right criteria to pick up on somebody else's spelling.
Would like to disagree. If you are not satisfied with your membership you can get a full refund.

There are some items which you will be hard pressed to find cheaper or of equal quality anywhere else.
Proveright1 h, 57 m ago

Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you …Although people I know have membership, I hate the shop. The prices you have to add VAT, so they are not really cheap, and before someone says businesses can claim back the vat, I found most products are cheaper at Tescos. The exception being Costco s cooked chickens and their large Birthday cakes you can order and their tyre fitting bay and puncture repairs.


Both exclusive and inclusive prices are clearly displayed. Unless you are comparing Tesco offers with Costco prices than this may be the case but in a basket of shopping items I would doubt this to be the case. Some items in Costco cannot be beaten in price example Anchor butter and Milk .
time2share52 m ago

Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello …Your definatley right about the meet, there is always someone to say hello before you go in and goodbye when you leave; why can't all supermarkets do this?


StephenBlair25 m ago

You definitely meet the right criteria to pick up on somebody else's …You definitely meet the right criteria to pick up on somebody else's spelling.


Heet from me..
I've been a member of COSTCO for the last 25 years and NEVER had anything free from them, Here's a thought, maybe they should reward their Loyal customers that have kept them in business for the last twenty odd years!!!!
b1gphilip10 m ago

I've been a member of COSTCO for the last 25 years and NEVER had anything …I've been a member of COSTCO for the last 25 years and NEVER had anything free from them, Here's a thought, maybe they should reward their Loyal customers that have kept them in business for the last twenty odd years!!!!


I was thinking the same, perhaps it’s worth writing to their Head Office.

If all else fails, they’ll let you cancel your membership at any time and refund it entirely (just say you’re not entirely happy with the savings), then you could then take out the Groupon offer and pay the upgrade later (if you want a Trade account).
steve123uk15/04/2019 20:22

I'm VAT registered but don't claim VAT back as on the FRS so you can't …I'm VAT registered but don't claim VAT back as on the FRS so you can't blanket that everyone that shops there claims VAT backHave to agree with another comment I read on here, that they are not that cheap and things can often be bought for less elsewhere. The majority I have bought within the last year is mostly those on the special offer leaflets


Being on FRS means your turnover is under £150k, and you're almost certainly a "limited costs" trader - so you aren't buying goods to sell on.. so you're not shopping like a business in effect.

And Costco isn't about being cheap. Their quality is the best out there.
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