Costco Flyer & Costco Sale Items for May 4-10, 2020, for BC, AB, SK, MB
Location: Port Coquitlam, BC Costco Warehouse
I hope everyone is doing well. Our family has actually been living in Squamish for the past month where we have a little more space for the kids. We finally put together the Cedar Playhouse we purchased on clearance last year. It took us three full days to put together – it would have been faster but the ground was not flat and many adjustments had to be made. It has been over a month since the playgrounds have been closed and it has been really nice to give the kids someplace to burn off their energy.
The post is a little late today because on my way back from Costco there was a really bad accident on the highway and I was stuck for about 2 hours before the highway reopened. By the time I got home, my son was already awake from his nap and my wife was on a teleconference so the afternoon has been a little challenging!
Today, was the first day of the extended senior shopping days which are now from Mondays to Fridays. Everyone who was 60 years or older lined up at the entrance and everyone 59 years or younger lined up in a different area on the other side of the warehouse, until the seniors line was almost gone. This line was let into the store at exactly at 9:00AM. Surprisingly, Port Coquitlam did not have a large line-up and at 9:00AM when the line opened I would guess that there were only about 100 people in line.
Unlike US Costco Warehouses, face coverings were not required to enter the warehouse and there was plenty of meat products – no yeast, hand sanitizer or lysol wipes. There were no handout coupons this week, but I ended up taking pictures of 230 of sale items so there was no shortage this week. If you are an executive member, there are a quite a few good value coupons that I have posted here: https://cocowest.ca/2020/05/costco-executive-coupons-may-1-14/ Unlike previous executive coupons, I did not see these coupons in the mail, but each cashier had a copy of the booklet next to their till so they could apply the discounts.
Stay safe and remember to wash your hands with soap and water often!
A quick reminder that if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, you should be self-isolating for 14 days. Each province has their own Health recommendations based on the provinces individual risk assessment and I would recommend that you follow the recommendations for your specific province. Information can be found at the following websites.