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Costco Canada Flyer sales & sale Items June 22nd – 28th 2020 – Ontario, Quebec & Atlantic Canada

I walk the whole store for you every Monday when Costco Sales and Costco Flyer sales are released for the week, then post them here and on our Facebook page.

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Hello folks, and Hello heat wave!

It’s been a hot one the last week for sure, and a busy one to boot!

And the restaurant has been busy since we opened, and hasn’t really slowed down (though we did remove some tables thankfully) So it’s been Go-Go-Go! for 9 or 10 days now. (not that I’m complaining, though my legs and feet are a bit)

We have an IKEA order arriving this Saturday, which is fun… Especially since the order was placed on, ummm, April 28th. I know COVID-19 changed alot of things, just kind of funny to think about how long ago that feels like now. I’ll make sure to do a step-by-step assembly post for you.

Before we get into any more let’s look at a preview of the sales!

Hisense portable A.C. 12,000 BTU -$30.00 @ 349.99

Home inspiration kitchen towel 17″x 28″ -$3.00 @ 11.99

Dyson hot + cold link air purifier -$80.00 @ 519.99

Dyson V8 total clean-cord free vacuum -$100.00 @ 449.99

Nicole Miller knit blazer ladies S – XXL -$10.00 @ 14.99

Leanfit Naturals whey protein vanilla/chocolate 2kg -$10.00 @ 29.99

Mott’s Clamato juice 4×1.89L -$3.00 @ 9.99

Always Ultra thin pads regular 96 ct. -$3.50 @ 11.99

Pretty good stuff folks!

With summer seemingly slamming into us in a very short period of time, we realized we didn’t have a B.B.Q. (or grill depending on where you’re from) at our new home… We remedied that yesterday!

It was a race between 3 different grills, and basically spent all day running between the various suitors as they were at a few different locations.

Welcome to the Grill Dating Game, where really all grills are welcome because they all deliver delicious foods!

Contestant #1 has nice big heat control knobs, funky “COLMAN” lettering on the front panel and claims to drain 75% more fat from your food.

Contestant #2 doesn’t have the flashy lettering and maybe a bit of a smaller cooking surface but does have a nice side burner to keep things nice n’ hot.

Contestant #3 has everything both contestants have and went to the Culinary Institute of America so has some pretty sweet credentials.

We went with contestant #3. And after 2 days of we’re super pleased!

We went with the Weber Genesis II.

I love it. It’s pretty, and after 2 uses it cooks like a dream! I don’t think I’ve used a grill that heats up as fast as this one does, so maybe burns a bit more propane than others but that is OK so far.

We make Kabobs 3 ways tonight as a test. Jerk chicken, lemon garlic chicken & lemon garlic tofu/veggie.

All of them turned out fantastic!

The last 2 grills we had were Sterling, and they were great. But I feel like this one is far and away a better grill… Only when I test a nicely marbled Ribeye Steak will that distinction be made however… And one of my line-cook buddies is now working for a local butcher so, I now have an”IN” for amazing steaks, and even rarer and more fantastically marbled Wagyu beef.

Sorry Dr.Evil. I don’t meant to brag, just excited!

As I’m sure you all are about the sales as well. So head on down to the sales bonanza!

See you soon folks!

Please note:
The price at your local Costco takes precedent (or precedence) over the prices listed on this blog.
Costco liquidation/Manager’s Special items (ending in .97) vary from store to store.
An asterisk (*) on the price tag means the item is not being re-ordered.

If there is something you really want, ***double check the expiry date*** as some Costco sales items do end mid-week.

***This is a fan run, independent page with no affiliation or endorsement by Costco Wholesale***

The food brands available can differ from region to region. Pictures are taken at a store in Ontario. Sale items should apply to Costco locations in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Nova Scotia, if the item is in stock at your store. There will likely be a few deals not shown here in your store. If this blog has helped you save money, consider sharing with your friends and family! If you see deals at your store that aren’t on this blog, post them in the comments and help spread the money saving love!

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  1. Congrats on your new BBQ Grill! Weber is the way to go (although I’ve converted
    to a Charcoal grill for the past 8 years, I love my Weber Premium Charcoal Grill for cooking low n’ slow, rotisserie style, smoking and grilling too). Thank you for sharing this week’s Costco specials and finds. 🙂

  2. I’ve had a Weber similar to yours for 20 years, had bought a different one the day before I bought the Weber, the other took several IKEA level frustration/hours to assemble, then promptly allowed grease to drop on the deck upon first use. Exchanged it the next day for the Weber, and never looked back. Weber was a breeze to assemble in well under an hour, maybe as little as 10 minutes. Have replaced most parts over the years and some parts twice. Flavorizer bars and the ignition switch go the fastest. Also, replaced the grill, grease pan, burners, and thermostat. All simple to replace. Almost time for a brand new one, or another round of replacements.
    Don’t have the side-burner for heating pots, not sure I would use that much.
    Had a natural gas line installed at the time and that was 2nd the best investment in care-free grilling.
    My only complaint is that the raccoons can get at the drip tray and their greasy paw prints mess up my deck.

  3. I’ll take a couple of those rib eyes!! Having lived in Alberta we never realized how spoiled we were, so I’m always on the lookout for a good one ! & while those kabobs look amazing, the ONLY way to test your Sweet! BBQ/Grill with the Ribeye!! Will a good Cabernet of course! Enjoy! Thanks for all you do. Stay Healthy. Happy & Safe.

  4. Hello, thank you for your grill review, I found it quite interesting. My mouth was watering when you talked about marbled Wagyu beef. Your chicken kabobs looked sensational!!!

    Lot’s of good things on sale this week, I’ll have to pick up some blue cheese for sure.

    Thank you for all your hard work, it is very much appreciated !

    Take care and stay safe! 🙂

  5. So is Wagyu beef worth the money? I saw a “tomahawk” wagyu steak in my Costco a couple weeks ago for $124! And what’s the deal with that cut? Is it just for looks? Makes me think of Fred Flintstone lol 😝
    Think I’ll skip the big “C” this week. I’ve had enough unmasked folks today acting like it’s all no big deal. Maybe I’ll just hunker down and stuff my face with those yummy pb cookies. Cheers and thank you ☺️

  6. Thank you so much for sharing the warehouse specials! I look forward to your updates and it is a great way to start the week. Congratulations on not just your BBQ, but getting it set up! I hear it can be very tricky and cumbersome. Have a great week and hope you continue to cook delicious food on the grill! Stay hungry, my friend.

  7. Anyone know the deal with the acid reducer? It was recalled last fall and I haven’t seen it un-recalled but it’ has appeared back on Costco shelves….

    • Yah, I was wondering that too. If I find out anything I’ll post it here or on the current blog, depending on when I find out. Cheers!

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