CostCo membership less than half price plus £14 worth of vouchers and free goodies at Wowcher - £33.60
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CostCo membership less than half price plus £14 worth of vouchers and free goodies at Wowcher - £33.60

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Found 22nd Nov
Only £33.60 for the year and you get £14 worth of vouchers and free goodies as well.

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Original Poster

It’s through a different company

It’s actually cheaper to buy a full price Executive membership, as one of the benefits of the membership itself is a ‘points’ system that is given back to you in vouchers, which will never be less than £40. If you shop there more than me, which is about once every two months, the voucher is higher. And, as a bonus, it’s automatically added to your Costco membership card (just incase you bin the paper version in the post) and the cashier asks if you want to spend it or not.
Edited by: "rich_1986" 22nd Nov

rich_198653 m ago

It’s actually cheaper to buy a full price Executive membership, as one of t …It’s actually cheaper to buy a full price Executive membership, as one of the benefits of the membership itself is a ‘points’ system that is given back to you in vouchers, which will never be less than £40. If you shop there more than me, which is about once every two months, the voucher is higher. And, as a bonus, it’s automatically added to your Costco membership card (just incase you bin the paper version in the post) and the cashier asks if you want to spend it or not.


Where did you get never less than £40? I got £11 last year & about £20 the year before (didn’t bother with executive this year as not worth it).

Executive membership pays out 2%, so you'd have to spend £2000 in Costco to get £40 back.

Do you know if the executive membership pays 2% on fuel

stave843 h, 0 m ago

Where did you get never less than £40? I got £11 last year & about £20 the …Where did you get never less than £40? I got £11 last year & about £20 the year before (didn’t bother with executive this year as not worth it).


I have had £40+ every year since being an Executive member. Never dropped below that, and my shops never exceed £200 bi-monthly. Think you need to look into that. Using their American Express card pays an extra 2%, which I think people are confusing with the stand alone ‘cash back’ on the membership.

thekhan7861 h, 55 m ago

Do you know if the executive membership pays 2% on fuel


Nope.

No reward paid on fuel and other things like tobacco. If this is the Exec Mebership they are offering, ( not sure reading the offer), then the 2% reward on your spend is an excellent deal for £33.60 in my opinion.
some of their goods are no cheaper than your local supermarket but their offers usually represent excellent value for money. I recently purchased car tyres and none of the local garages could get anywhere near their price. Hot deal from me

rich_198643 m ago

I have had £40+ every year since being an Executive member. Never dropped …I have had £40+ every year since being an Executive member. Never dropped below that, and my shops never exceed £200 bi-monthly. Think you need to look into that. Using their American Express card pays an extra 2%, which I think people are confusing with the stand alone ‘cash back’ on the membership.


No it was correct, as pointed out by other executive membership pays 2%. To earn £40 requires spending £2000.
I spent only £550 in there last year hence £11.
Nothing to do with the Amex which is separate.

stave8449 m ago

No it was correct, as pointed out by other executive membership pays 2%. …No it was correct, as pointed out by other executive membership pays 2%. To earn £40 requires spending £2000.I spent only £550 in there last year hence £11. Nothing to do with the Amex which is separate.


I can only say I spend nowhere near that, and have consistently had £40 or more ‘cashback’ back every year as an executive member.
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