Costco Flyer & Costco Sale Items for Oct Nov 11-17 2019 for BC, AB, SK, MB

Location: Langley Costco

Hi Everyone!

Well, let me tell you!  I think that November 11 is my favourite day to shop at Costco!  It was practically empty the whole time I was there.  I hope that most people were spending time with family, or getting ready for Remembrance Day ceremonies.  I was able to get all of my shopping completed and still had time to visit my local Remembrance Day ceremony with time to spare!

The Saturday post was pretty successful, so I’ll be trying to get there for the next couple of weeks to see if the extra sales are worth it.  If it still popular I’ll try to fit it into the schedule.

This week is the week I’m going to be completing all of my Procter & Gamble – Spend $100 Get $25 Promotion.  This week, Charmin Toilet Paper, Bounty Paper Towels, Cascade Platinum, Tide Advanced Power Liquid Laundry Detergent, Bounce Dryer Sheets and Venus Sensitive Disposable Razors were on clearance.  I’ll be rounding it out with some Dawn Dish Soap to make the $100.  I’ll have to find a place where I can store all this stuff so I don’t forget about it, but I just can’t resist a deal.

I was excited to see that Neil Pasricha’s new book You Are Awesome was in stores!  I went to University a long time ago with this guy and he was always hilarious.  He was the writer of the blog (and bestselling book 1,000 Awesome Things).  I picked up the book on my trip today and look forward to reading it.

As for sale items, I don’t think I have ever seen hockey sticks on sale before so pick one up and give it a shot. Alaskan Premium Ice Melter is on sale (but only until 2019-11-13) so make sure you go in the next two days if you want to save $2.00.  Sliced Pork Belly is on sale – I really want to pick some up… anyone have any good recipes?  The 44th Street Pork Back Ribs are on sale and I like having these in the freezer for some easy meals and I’ll probably be back to pick up some Olivia Bacon Wrapped Scallops since I don’t think I can resist.  I also really like the Harvest Meats Variety Sausages, right now if you buy it on sale, the price is the same as getting 3 sausages for the price of one.  V8 Juice doesn’t seem to be stocked at Costco very often, but it is on sale this week for a good price.

By the way, if any of you like pineapple, I cut one when I got home today and my family has already eaten the whole thing.  It rivals the pineapple that we get at Costco in Hawaii.  It is sweet, tender and not acidic at all.  I actually bought one on last Monday when I was in Downtown Vancouver and it was the same thing.  They are on sale for $3.99 right now and they are big!

That’s all I have for now.  I’ll be posting the entire toy section on Wednesday night so you have something to look forward to!

Happy Shopping!  See you Wednesday!


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  7. Costco Fall Aisle 2019 Superpost! Books
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  10. Costco Fall Clothing 2019 Superpost! Clothing, Jackets & Shoes
  11. Costco Fall Aisle 2019 Superpost! Bedding & Bath Linens
  12. Costco Fall Aisle 2019 Superpost! Personal Care, Kitchen, Household & Appliances
  13. Costco Christmas Aisle 2019 Superpost! Gift Baskets, Chocolates & Decorations
  14. Costco Superpost Cheese Aisle!
  15. RECALL NOTICE: Zantac may contain impurities
  16. RECALL NOTICE: Kirkland Signature brand Non-GMO Infant Formula for Babies Sensitive to Lactose recalled due to Cronobacter spp.

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Costco Flyer for Oct Nov 11-17 2019 for BC, AB, SK, MB

Costco Flyer for Oct Nov 11-17 2019 for BC, AB, SK, MB
Costco Flyer for Oct Nov 11-17 2019 for BC, AB, SK, MB

Costco Sale Items for Oct Nov 11-17 2019 for BC, AB, SK, MB

Written by Costco West


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  1. I’m finding more and more products on sale are not the same in Alberta, which makes me so sad because I use your blog to make my shopping list!

  2. I appreciate your weekly posts and the time you dedicate to do this. I have noticed that some of the products are not on sale in Alberta that you have taken pictures of and posted. I do use this weekly to plan my shopping list for Costco and do not go until I have reviewed your posts.

  3. Those bacon wrapped scallops were terrible. They had a brand in a few years back that were excellent (had a star in the middle of the toothpick I remember). I barely cooked them and the scallops were tough and spongy, like eating old piece of cheese.

    If possible, could you post the executive member coupons when they come up? I stopped getting them in the mail. No worries if not, just thought I’d ask.

    Love that you do this, you wonderful human being. Keep up the good work!

    • I also have stopped receiving them in the mail. Do you know why? I have been meaning to ask but forget when I am at the store.

  4. Thanks so much for your weekly posts.
    Just wondering if anyone has tried the Lentil Penne Pasta? Curious how it compares to regular penne?

    • Hi Robyn, Yes I’ve tried the Lentil Penne Pasta and everyone in my family did not like it. The texture was ok (al dente) but it had a very strong taste and smell (very “bean like”). The first dish I made was just a light olive oil & garlic and it was really awful tasting. The next time I made a heavy tomato based sauce with a lot of herbs and spices but you could still taste the “beanie-ness”.
      If you’re looking for specifically a gluten free option I found the Go Go Quinoa Macaroni a bit better in taste. However because the macaroni pieces are small be sure to undercook otherwise they will break apart easily.

      • EVERYTHING you just said is accurate except for the beany-ness part CAN be offset by using a little ‘’Liquid Aminos’ (instead of regular soy sauce), IF you’re using that tomato based sauce instead. It actually adds a meaty flavour to the bean-like taste instead. Just add a bit of ‘Aminos’ to freshly drained pasta – in lieu of olive oil -and let it absorb into pasta for a few seconds!
        Note: Braggs Liquid Aminos is an amazing kitchen staple, just watch the sodium content like soy sauce. Look them up. I get mine at Superstore, it has multiple uses, and a big bottle lasts a couple of months at least with a family of 4 🙂

  5. Thanks for posting. I just came back from Hawaii, and in the demo at the Dole Plantation, they said that after a pineapple is cut, it should be rinsed to get rid of the enzyme that causes “fuzzy mouth” (or in my case, small blisters). Believe me, I had a lot of pineapple in Hawaii and not one blister!

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