Costco Flyer & Costco Sale Items for Sep 28 – Oct 4, 2020, for BC, AB, SK, MB

Location: Langley BC Costco Warehouse

Hi Everyone!

I excited to announce that this week’s post has been sponsored by Oroweat Organic bread – Quinoa & Sunflower Seed Bread.  This is a new product currently offered in Western Canada Costco Warehouses.  CLICK HERE to read our whole review!  Oroweat has also sponsored a great Facebook contest as is giving away (3) $50 Costco Cash Cards!  The contest ends Sunday, October 4, 2020. To find out how to enter, read the review to the bottom:

The  Oroweat Organic Quinoa & Sunflower Seed Bread is made in British Columbia and uses sustainable baking processes, plus Oroweat has partnered with Tree Canada to support environmental and community initiatives in Western Canada – those are all nice bonuses in my opinion.  On top of all that the bread is soft , tasty and great for sandwiches!

I hope everyone is having a great week.  We got a quick taste of fall last week, but we are looking at some great weather coming up over the next couple days.  I had an accounting teacher that told me that there were only 2 days of the year you shouldn’t miss – the first nice day of spring and the last nice day of fall.  But how do you know when it is the last nice day of fall?  Well, when it gets to that time of year in the fall, you just have to take advantage of all the nice days and spend some of it outside.  🙂

I hate to tell people this, but there has been a run on Paper Towels lately.  Today, in store, there were no paper towel products.  The media has reported that people paper towel usage is much higher than last year and production has not caught up to demand. I guess people are washing their hands and houses more.

Happy Shopping!

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Costco Flyer for Sep 28 – Oct 11, 2020, for BC, AB, SK, MB

Costco Flyer & Costco Sale Items for Sep 28 – Oct 4, 2020, for BC, AB, SK, MB

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  1. Thx for the hard work! I went to costco on still creek in burnaby yesterday on friday. They had paper products but were limiting one pack of each per member.

    • Hi AP, most of my feedback I hear is that sometimes the fresh produce and fresh meat sales sometimes do not translate to other provinces. I’m surprised that the Yogurt is not on sale across Western Canada, since these are national distribution chains. Sometimes, the employees forget to put up the price tag with the sale price – I have seen this pretty frequently since I visit a few different stores each week. Even if the price tag does not display the sale price, the discount is automatically applied when you checkout.

  2. I couldn’t find Cabbage Patch Kids at the Vancouver Downtown store.
    Maybe because my Costco Membership is international, I cannot login
    Could anyone help me with buying the toy?

  3. Haha! Won’t have to hear from Sherry Kincaid again! Thanks for all your hard work and great service to Costco shoppers!

  4. @Marie – Facemasks are regular price now.
    @Peter – I never heard of Costco giving coupon credits. I suppose what you were trying to say is you got $34 in refunds based on this weeks coupon
    @Thank you Cocowest – Who made you a moderator here? I don’t like reading comments from bullies telling what people should do.
    @Sherry Kincaid – How do you know Cocowest wasn’t wearing a mask that you came to the conclusion he’s spreading germs?

  5. Thanks so much. Those face masks are cheap…are they the same quality as the ones that used to sell for $19.99, I wonder?
    I guess everyone will be wanting smaller turkeys or turkey breasts this Thanksgiving…seeing as our bubbles need to be kept small… ..

  6. Thank you again! Based on this post, I went to my warehouse and got $34 in coupon credits for stuff I had already purchased in the last 2 weeks!

  7. Do not come to the Langley Costco again and spread your germs on everything.

    I will watch for you from now on on Mondays and report you to staff to have you removed and your membership revoked.

  8. I was at Richmond Costco today. It was deja vu of the spring. Absolutely zero paper products. No toilet paper, no Bounty. Even the Focaccia bread was gone. People were ‘stealing’ disposable organic plastic bags from the meat section. Costco was reminding people one per item but many ignored just like they ignored the employees walking around reminding people to a safe distance. The hoarding is all the talk now on many social media sites and forums.

  9. D and Russ. Yea kinda make sense it could be called the Chinatown Costco. But the building is still not located in Chinatown. Is almost half a kilometre away. Living down there we all just called it the Vancouver Costco.

  10. You might want to check Amazon for a Bissell. I have a little one which is not what I would say expensively made but it sucks if you know what I mean!

  11. It is not bad. I usually find that the Costco pre-made meals are all a little bland so i always add some salt and pepper and a touch of oregano to make it more exciting.

  12. Yes they have an option at maybe 150-160? There’s 2 I believe in your 100-280 price range that are available, non Miele or Dyson.

  13. Yes they carry Shark and Eureka as well and sometimes Electrolux. Shark is being favoured over Dyson in most cleaning and home groups I’m in on Facebook

  14. Does anyone know if Costco sells vacuums other than high-end Dyson models (and the little guy on sale today)? We’re looking for a $100-280 model and curious if Costco carries in stock as we need it ASAP.

  15. Thanks for all the updates. very much appreciated, this saves many steps and less time in the store, and THAT I
    S A GOOD THING during a pandemic.

  16. Thanks..some great deals for the medicine cabinet!
    On one of those rainy days last week I cleared out our medicine cabinet and basically everything had expired or was about too.
    Bought the Berrcom infrared thermometer online and it’s great FYI.
    I’m all set for any eventuality this winter now

  17. Even with a limit of 2 ALL the paper products were gone at Surrey location. Staff said the hoarding has started again and that you have to go at store opening to get any! BS

  18. I love those turkey breast roasts. We always try to get a couple at Thanksgiving, Easter and Christmas. They are just the right size for 2-3 people and two very spoiled dogs 🙂
    YAY for pumpkin pie!! They are so delicious just slightly warmed up with some whipped cream!
    Thank you for doing this! I managed to shop in Costco on Thursday for the first time in a year- using one of the motorized carts. I am not a good driver and got stuck on the corners of the coolers on the big metal guards a couple of times (I never noticed they were there when I was more mobile- the things you take for granted). I went SPLAT! for four days and am just getting over the experience but it was fun to shop again. It wasn’t very busy in the afternoon. As I’ve said before, I much appreciate your page as someone who is disabled and not able to shop myself right now very often. Thank you for being my eyes!!

  19. Does anyone know if those Le Creuset mugs are at the Chinatown location? I have been coveting them for a long time and the price is unbeatable.

  20. Oh no! Eggnog already!! I love it so much but try to limit due to the calories. Thanks for the post, just in time for my Costco trip tomorrow.

  21. Ha. People are hoarding toilet paper and paper products again. They are expecting the second wave at any time. That’s the reason.

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