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Costco Canada Flyer sales & sale Items Oct 5th – 11th 2020 – Ontario, Quebec & Atlantic Canada

This weeks Monday Treasure hunt is sponsored by L’Oreal to promote REVITALIFT ANTI-WRINKLE + FIRMING – DAY & NIGHT CREAM Which is available at Costco warehouses across 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.

Want to see what might be on sale next week??? Click the picture below to see what was on sale last year at Costco!

Costco East sales Oct 15th - 20th 2019

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Big thanks to L’Oréal for asking us to test out the Revitalift Anti-Wrinkle + Firming – Day & Night Cream which is available at Costco warehouses Canada-wide @ $29.99 for the 100ml pack.

As always I ask my co-workers for a little help testing these products out as we all go through the ringer together at work and it’s nice to get a different take on the products.
Formulated with Pro-Retinol and Centella Asiatica, the L’Oréal revitalift Revitalift Daytime cream feels rich and luxurious and smoothed over my skin easily. And as as I have
relatively dry skin, it instantly felt great right away and it still felt hydrated and softer than normal even after a long shift at the restaurant. Speaking of that, part of the job is serving outside
most of the day (thank you COVID) so the fact that this cream also has a built in SPF 25 was a big benefit to me, no extra sunscreen to put on!
After using it for about 3 weeks now, I can definitely see a reduction in some of my wrinkles (mostly around my eyes and the dreaded “crows feet” area) and I am convinced the extra sunscreen helped as a preventative measure.

I’ll now turn it over to my co-worker who loved the L’Oréal Revitalift Night cream!

“I really liked using the L’Oréal Revitalift Night Cream. I liked its thicker consistency and that it applies smoothly. I felt it was quite hydrating and soothing to my skin. It feels like a luxury cream that will help my skin refresh overnight. I have been looking for a night cream that will help refresh my moisture barrier while also soothing my skin. This definitely helped.”

And if you need even more incentive to pick up this great product, it will be $7.00 off for the week starting October 26, 2020

Thank you all for the information about the printers! I decided not to get that one and your comments helped tip the scales, while mostly used for basic office and document printing I think I’d like to have a reliable printer that doesn’t eat up the ink (as you’ve all stated, it ain’t cheap!) So I’ll do a bit more research and not just impulse buy that one because it’s on sale.

Speaking of sales let’s take a peek at a few of this weeks deals.

Q-Tips cotton swabs 1875 count -$3.00 @ $7.99

Dove body wash sensitive skin 3  x 710 ml $4.00 @ $11.99

Benylin all-in-one 2 x 180ml -$3.00 @ $11.99

Tylenol cold extra strength 40 days + 40 nights -$4.00 @ $13.99

Quaker instant oatmeal 60 pouches -$3.00 @ $10.99

Emilia foods riced cauliflower 1.36kg -$2.00 @ 6.99

Pepsi 32 x 355ml -$2.50 @ 9.29

Jack links teriyaki beef jerky 300g -$3.00 @ $9.99

So after all that, how are you all doing? Everyone staying healthy and happy I hope?

We’re doing just fine. Though I did give in to temptation folks…

On my weekend update post I was talking about the Bodum 3 piece set and how it might be overkill to buy… Well I bought it today.

Bodum

My partner saw it on the post and said something along the lines of “ohhhh, well that’s nice! Me like-y” (or something to that degree) So when I was in today that ran through my head and in the cart it went. (seeing as we’ve had a few “other brand” french presses break over the last few years a back-up isn’t a bad idea & a back-up grinder/kettle isn’t a bad thing either.)

This being said, the Cuisinart coffee grinder we’ve had for 13 years will still be the preferred grinder for coffee unless… (and again some help is welcomed here.)

Is this a good idea?

cuisinart supreme burr grinder

I saw that this was coming up and was kind of thinking about it, but time went by so fast I didn’t look into it. Is this better than a small grinder? Will it make the new grinder completely irrelevant? Will this revolutionize the coffee we drink in the morning??

Please give me your thoughts here folks. I’m thinking that the good ‘ol grinder we have is doing the trick quite well personally, and it takes up less counter space too. Big win there.

Speaking of big wins, you really can’t go wrong watching Ghostbusters which is what we did on Saturday night!

It’s really a classic in my mind & the sarcastic humor throughout probably explains my current dry/sarcastic sense of humor.

Let’s chalk that up as a night folks.

The cats are waiting for snuggles I’m sure (or at least I hope?!) And work is always around the corner.

Rick Moranis says it best.rick moranis

G’night.

As we are headed in to the second wave of COVID-19 and kids are heading back to school I think it’s important to remember that we’re not out of the corona virus weeds yet, and 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.

Ontario COVID-19 information

Quebec COVID-19 information

Newfoundland COVID-19 information

P.E.I. COVID-19 information

New Brunswick COVID-19 information

Nova Scotia COVID-19 information

So there you go, a little reading material for you.

Be kind, be safe and stay healthy!

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 www.cocoeast.ca 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. I have had this grinder for almost a year now. I have to say it works. I make approximately 6-8 cups in the perk coffee maker and on the corse setting it seems to be good. It’s very sensitive in the sense that of the catcher/ container isn’t in right it will not work. I grind my coffee fresh every day. It is very loud and wakes everyone up unless I do it the night before. I’m sure other burr grinders are better out there but this is decent if you just need ground coffee and are not too particular.
    Thanks for doing this love getting the emails!

  2. Hello, as always I love getting these updates.
    Have you ever bought those Chocolates Chunk Frozen Raw Cookies? They are in a cardboard box and are in the freezer section. They are around $23.00. We bought a box of them and I put them in freezer bags. They layer nice in the freezer in the large freezer bags. They are really good, you can bake as many as you want at a time. Put them on your cookie sheet and 15 minutes later you have fresh baked cookies. So much cheaper than buying them already baked. Nice to have on hand.

  3. Thanks for everything you do! FWIW – Your Cuisinart coffee grinder is better. The Bodum grinder is better for things like chopping nuts and/or grinding spices depending on how low the blades travel . You should get much better uniform consistency out of the Cuisinart. Bodum is fine in a pinch, just takes more work to evenly distribute the beans to get consistency for the French Press. I have nothing but good things to say about Bodums French presses. Having a backup is a great idea. My wife and I use ours when we are camping.

  4. If you’re happy using your little grinder, then probably stick with it. The quality of grind isn’t much different. I’ve had the Cuisinart grinder for about 4 years and LOVE it, but having to take out the little grinder every time was enough for me to never use mine… even though I had a grinder, I always bought pre-ground until I got the burr grinder.

  5. On the topic of countertop appliances (such as the Cuisinart coffee bean grinder), does anybody here use a Kenwood Titanium mixer? They are supposedly stronger than the current KitchenAid mixers. Costco has the Kenwood and it gets high reviews, generally. I will soon need to replace a KitchenAid mixer from the 1980s. Just wondering if anyone uses the Kenwood and would like to share comments about it. Thanks.

  6. My kids eat them raw, and cooked up you can make them in 13 minutes. If you’re careful, you can even microwave a piece to make 1 cookie in 37 seconds. Love them. They taste buttery and are preportioned into 100 or so pieces (good for parties too).

  7. Thank you for all the hard work, it’s much appreciated! As for the Cuisinart coffee grinder, I purchased it along the Cuisinart coffee maker last week. I’m really disappointed with the coffee grinder for two things: noisy like hell (be kind to your neighbors’ ears and enough to become deaf of hearing) and it doesn’t do the job when selecting the “fine grind”; I’ve had to take the ground coffee batch to my other “cheapo” 20$ coffee grinder to get it finer as there was many coarse grains that weren’t ground previously. I’m still very happy with the Coffee Maker though! Have a great week and stay safe. 🙂

  8. Thanks very much for all your hard work. We all appreciate it so much!

    I finally made it out to Costco last Sunday, crowds weren’t that bad, most people well behaved.
    Unfortunately, I encountered the dreaded “out of toilet paper” experience. I really should have purchased some when they were all stocked up. They take up half the cart though and don’t fit well on the bottom rack of the cart.
    Has anyone tried Costco same day delivery through Instacart? At least you can get perishables through that service although they add quite a few “delivery/service” fees.
    I’d appreciate any comments on this. With winter coming, I’m going to have to try a delivery service. Thanks for any input! 🙂

    Stay safe everyone! 🍂 🍁 🍏 🌻 🦃

  9. I would stay away from buying things that you don’t need now. Use spare cash to buy Costco stock and enjoy dividends

    In case my coffee maker fails my back is Amazon.ca

  10. When we were looking for a good coffee grinder, research (both online and a former barista niece) said that a “burr” grinder is far superior to “blade” grinders for consistency of grind, which results in a better cup of joe. The best relatively affordable one was the Bodum Bistro and even it doesn’t get consistently positive reviews. They are messy to use due to static electricity…. sometimes the fine grounds fly everywhere and the little glass container that holds the ground coffee is extremely delicate. It broke almost immediately after a slight bump so we had to order a replacement. That said, it’s worked great and handles the daily grind of those tasty Verona beans. Hope this helps!
    Cheers ‘n’ chill, Jan

  11. I use a Cuisinart – 12-Cup Fully Automatic Burr Grind & Brew Thermal Coffee Maker daily for years now. What I love about it is the built in burr grinder and hopper for my fresh coffee beans. Yes it does wake up the dead when the grinder turns on, but over time we have become accustom to it. It signals that coffee is on and will be ready in 5-10 in our household…lol.
    The burr grinder will burn out if you don’t do the maintenance on it. You need to clean the grinder area with a brush and I do it every second time I fill the hopper. I love the Zavida Hazelnut coffee beans (on sale now). They have lots of oil in them and it’s one reason to make sure you clean your hopper on a regular basis. The other thing I love about this coffee maker is the thermal pot. I can keep coffee for hours and it still tastes amazing. It doesn’t keep cooking the coffee if it were on a burner type coffee maker.
    I can’t tell you how much money we have saved making our delicious coffee at home and putting it in our Contigo coffee mugs to go and have at work. No lines at the drive- thru coffee shops, coffee stays nice and warm and safe from spills if ever it falls over. Hope this helps someone with a decision to make.

  12. For what it is worth, the Savanna Club Mix (which BTW is really great) was selling at $15.49 at my local Costco (Downsview). Now I have seen instances where the sign on the display is wrong and the checkout price is what your photos show, so took it to the checkout anyway. It rang up at the original price, so told cashier that I would not take it and showed him your photo. He called over a supervisor and she adjusted the price to $9.97 as shown in your photo.

    So it might be worth a try if the price in this blog is lower than at you store, to show it to the cashier. You never know.

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