Costco March 2020 Coupon Book
Hold on to your hats because we’ve got an early sneak peek of the Costco March 2020 coupon book before it hits your mailbox later this week. Check it out below. The offers in the Coupon Book are available in stores from March 11th – April 5th. If you’re not already heading out to Costco to stock up on Coronavirus supplies (our locations are regularly running out of bottled water, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and paper towels), this coupon book should give you another good reason to jump in your car and head down to Costco for these great deals.
As usual, our good friends over at the Costco Insider scored you this early preview…
Check out the March 2020 Coupon Book on CostcoInsider.com
If you want to get early access to the latest coupon books as well as our Clearance Deal newsletter, you can join the other 69,319 Costco fanatics signed up for our email list (subscribe in the blue box below), Like us on Facebook or on Instagram!
Just like the February coupon book, this one starts ten full days after the previous one ends. There are 27 pages in this savings book which is four more pages of deals than last month.
If you’re building a Coronavirus survival kit, here are a few deals worth mentioning from this March 2020 book:
- Softsoap Advance Clean Liquid Hand Soap 2-Pack (Item # 617686): $3.00 off – limit 5
- Huggies Plus Pull-Ups Diapers -(Item #1126124, 1126125, & 1126126)): $7.50 off
- Hormel SPAM (Item #202085): $5.00 off
- Bottled Water (Item #various): $1.50 off – limit 5
- Airborne Gummies or Tablets (Item #772154 or 929505): $4.00 off
- Bounty Paper Towels (Item #3248929): $4.50 off
- Firman Dual Fuel Generator (Item #1900539): $100.00 off
Overall, we’d rate this coupon book 4 out of 5 stars. Let us know how you’d rate it in the comments.
4 thoughts on “Costco March 2020 Coupon Book”
Why not just have the coupon book open on this site, instead of having to download yet another program? A person could swipe from page to page, to see the savings, such as Grocery Outlet does with their weekly savings ‘book’. I’ll just wait for the book to come in the mail, rather than having to download ANOTHER program (I do have a PDF program already).
I’m with dens
First you want to get rid of the paper mailed coupon which costs you a fortune then you want to make it hard to see the book on your web site
That is uncostco like