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Carex original complete hand wash 5L - £8.74 Instore @ Costco (Leicester)
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Carex original complete hand wash 5L - £8.74 Instore @ Costco (Leicester)

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Posted 4th JunAvailable: East Midlands (Leicestershire)

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5 l carex original complete professional antibacterial hand wash. Limited to 8 can per person Costco code 203621 . No pump this is refill only .
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Plenty of stock in the Oldham branch. The panic buyers are still sitting on their mountain.
Costco still coining it in on this product- was £5.99 plus VAT pre the virus. But then again its amazing all supermarkets/warehouses have suddenly increased prices/ceased offers on goods and then still complain about the whole issue.

Costco always used to have an offer on toilet paper every 2 months or so but last offer was on 17th Feb (before the mad rush). Since then no such offers on toilet paper. Probably still cheaper than other places but as explained this is only as other stores have increased their profits , sorry prices.
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Standard price for Costco.
cannotthinkofone04/06/2020 20:12

Standard price for Costco.


Yepp, it is a great deal though.

I recommend installing wallmounted soap dispensers, we have some nice Simplehuman branded ones in our bathroom and kitchen.
I paid this for 3l so good price
Plenty of stock in the Oldham branch. The panic buyers are still sitting on their mountain.
Works out at £ 1.74 / L . or 43 pence per standard bottle of 250ml , sadly i purchased some few weeks back @ a £1 each .
There is another one on Costco website.

costco.co.uk/Gro…621

What is the difference between these two?
KB9004/06/2020 21:56

There is another one on Costco …There is another one on Costco website.https://www.costco.co.uk/Grocery-Household/Grocery-Delivery/Carex-Professional-Handwash-5L/p/203621What is the difference between these two?


Ones on the website, one is in store.
KB9004/06/2020 21:56

There is another one on Costco …There is another one on Costco website.https://www.costco.co.uk/Grocery-Household/Grocery-Delivery/Carex-Professional-Handwash-5L/p/203621What is the difference between these two?


only the price its cheaper instore , and the label is newer .
Thanks both of you.
benlondon04/06/2020 23:24

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Aye. I'm pretty sure all Simplehuman stuff is designed primarily for council tenants.
Costco still coining it in on this product- was £5.99 plus VAT pre the virus. But then again its amazing all supermarkets/warehouses have suddenly increased prices/ceased offers on goods and then still complain about the whole issue.

Costco always used to have an offer on toilet paper every 2 months or so but last offer was on 17th Feb (before the mad rush). Since then no such offers on toilet paper. Probably still cheaper than other places but as explained this is only as other stores have increased their profits , sorry prices.
What a rip off, they should be done for price gouging
It's always been £7.29 + VAT, every few months has a pound or two off.
I need to go Costco... this is great price when you consider buying tiny bottle for 99p
I paid 5.99 plus vat last few purchases pre covid. Haven't been to Costco Leicester since lockdown, is it really busy in store?
rjsoni05/06/2020 09:18

I paid 5.99 plus vat last few purchases pre covid. Haven't been to Costco …I paid 5.99 plus vat last few purchases pre covid. Haven't been to Costco Leicester since lockdown, is it really busy in store?


Not really busy during the weekdays when I go to the one in Wembley
rjsoni05/06/2020 09:18

I paid 5.99 plus vat last few purchases pre covid. Haven't been to Costco …I paid 5.99 plus vat last few purchases pre covid. Haven't been to Costco Leicester since lockdown, is it really busy in store?


Not busy just normale 5mn queue outside on weekdays, obviously weekend much busier
BigBen7502004/06/2020 23:02

only the price its cheaper instore , and the label is newer .


Generally everything on the Costco website is slightly more expensive than the instore equivalent. So better to buy in store if you can and don’t need delivery on bulkier items. Website is good for those who can’t get a warehouse membership but you pay more
Also when looking at larger goods (especially electrical) Costco online is considered a seperate company/subsidiary and they dont have the same extended warrantes you get from a store.
Real_mac05/06/2020 03:08

What a rip off, they should be done for price gouging




You think that's bad, we couldn't get any soap at the end of April, I paid £22 online for this, and that was one of the cheapest I could find, two days latter they dropped the price, and it's now down to £13, so I'd say Costco's price is currently a bargain. Unfortunately our nearest Costco is 65 miles away but I'll look at the online option.

We just cleaned and refilled our old soap bottles/pumps, saves on wastage too.
Cheapasnowt05/06/2020 00:38

Costco still coining it in on this product- was £5.99 plus VAT pre the …Costco still coining it in on this product- was £5.99 plus VAT pre the virus. But then again its amazing all supermarkets/warehouses have suddenly increased prices/ceased offers on goods and then still complain about the whole issue.Costco always used to have an offer on toilet paper every 2 months or so but last offer was on 17th Feb (before the mad rush). Since then no such offers on toilet paper. Probably still cheaper than other places but as explained this is only as other stores have increased their profits , sorry prices.


I really don't think that's how Costco roll. If there's been an increase in price it's like likely to be an increase by the manufacturer or increased cost of logistics etc. Let's not forget we're also into a new financial year which is when prices are increased as standard. I don't see this as profiteering. .
RossC9105/06/2020 11:35

Generally everything on the Costco website is slightly more expensive than …Generally everything on the Costco website is slightly more expensive than the instore equivalent. So better to buy in store if you can and don’t need delivery on bulkier items. Website is good for those who can’t get a warehouse membership but you pay more


Correct and it's generally to cover the 'free' delivery, which obviously isn't free at all.

Also if people prefer the 'moisture' (white carex) they're selling 6 x 500ml for around about the same price as this. Whilst it's more expensive per ml, it's softer on your hands so works for those with sensitive skin.
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Ronski00705/06/2020 12:50

You think that's bad, we couldn't get any soap at the end of April, I paid …You think that's bad, we couldn't get any soap at the end of April, I paid £22 online for this, and that was one of the cheapest I could find, two days latter they dropped the price, and it's now down to £13, so I'd say Costco's price is currently a bargain. Unfortunately our nearest Costco is 65 miles away but I'll look at the online option.We just cleaned and refilled our old soap bottles/pumps, saves on wastage too.


It’s a real shame as these used to and should always be cheap
I picked this up on my last visit - loads in stock - was keen to stop buying too many plastic bottles
Lots of stock still available in Costco thurmaston (Leicester). Its near the optician part, the last bit you go to before reaching the checkouts.
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Just a question to anyone here, I've been trying to apply for a trade membership card tonight and even just an individual and I cannot seem to get past the information fill form I know every box is correct but it still asks me to check over the information filled, seems like a glitch or perhaps this is to hold off new customers because of covid?? Any help would be great
Josef_Maslanka05/06/2020 20:40

Just a question to anyone here, I've been trying to apply for a trade …Just a question to anyone here, I've been trying to apply for a trade membership card tonight and even just an individual and I cannot seem to get past the information fill form I know every box is correct but it still asks me to check over the information filled, seems like a glitch or perhaps this is to hold off new customers because of covid?? Any help would be great


My mate signed up a few days back for the membership - no issues - have you tried a different browser?
rapid8505/06/2020 13:14

I really don't think that's how Costco roll. If there's been an increase …I really don't think that's how Costco roll. If there's been an increase in price it's like likely to be an increase by the manufacturer or increased cost of logistics etc. Let's not forget we're also into a new financial year which is when prices are increased as standard. I don't see this as profiteering. .


just to show it was quite recent that the price was lower

hotukdeals.com/dea…018
Cheapasnowt05/06/2020 23:20

just to show it was quite recent that the price was …just to show it was quite recent that the price was lowerhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carex-5l-handwash-at-costco-3422018


I'm not disputing the price was lower. I clearly explained why the increase was likely.
rapid8505/06/2020 13:16

Correct and it's generally to cover the 'free' delivery, which obviously …Correct and it's generally to cover the 'free' delivery, which obviously isn't free at all.Also if people prefer the 'moisture' (white carex) they're selling 6 x 500ml for around about the same price as this. Whilst it's more expensive per ml, it's softer on your hands so works for those with sensitive skin.




I don't think they ever advertise as free delivery, just that delivery is included in the price. They also often ship directly from manufacturers so different items will have very different delivery costs.
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