Costco Coupon Info and Other Stuff
NEW: E-Mail Notifications from Adamcos
It is now possible to subscribe to e-mail notifications from Adamcos.com. It's a new service I just got running so it doesn't have much testing yet. I'm using the well established PHPList scripts, but I'm still familiarizing myself with it. If you want to give it a try, go to the subscription page. If you encounter issues please let us know through the Contact Page.
The New Costco Discount Book
It starts on November 24th and will be valid until the 24th of December, 2014. To check it out just follow the link below:
Here's selection of a few things in this month's coupon book:
If you want to compare the current coupon offers with past coupon books you can find the past ones on the archive page.
Repeatedly the question came up what to do if you don't get your coupon book in the mail. My experience is that I always could get it at the customer service counter in the warehouse, but it wasn't always easy. One time when I went there short after it mailed, they told me to come back when the coupons actually start. One time they checked my membership status. Sometimes the want to check the mailing address in the system and so on. Just stay friendly but don't give up and you'll get your copy. It might be easier if you already mastered some Jedi mind tricks, but you'll get there without.
Links to the previous Coupon books can now be found in the Archive. After a year of Adamcos.com it's going back a whole year now. I also added an Archive with text that lists all the items that you'll find in that particular booklet.
As things evolve I plan to add pointers to other good deals or reviews of products, software or books.
I added a database with keywords of all the items. They
are now displayed beside the thumbnails of the coupon book pages and
underneath the full size image of each page.
It seems all the CodeKey Car Dignostic (OBD II) Reader that were on clearance at several Costco warehouses are all gone now, but the Autel MaxiScan (pictured on the right) seems an even better alternative. Read about it and some more capable, though more exepensive, alternatives here.