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Like many stores, Costco’s standard pricing ends in 99 cents.A bottle of Dom Perignon is 9.99, a 3-pack of WD-40 lubricant is .99, and so on.There's another code, too: An asterisk that sometimes appears in the upper right hand corner of the price tag. When the current stock is depleted, it’s gone forever.These codes don’t always guarantee a great deal, or must-buy items.For instance, two gift cards valid at any Wolfgang Puck restaurant, Fleming’s Steakhouse, or Mc Cormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant retail for .99. Southwest Airlines Gift Card - Buy now for .00 A couple years ago, Costco sold 0 American Airlines gift cards for 9.99—a 10-percent savings on airfare.Rounds of golf, helicopter sightseeing trips over Hawaii and the Grand Canyon, Build-A-Bear stuffed animals, gym memberships, and movie tickets are just a few of the other discount cards available.
If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. Well, before I declare my love of free samples, I tell them about the SAVINGS. Buying large packs of toilet paper and paper towels? And don’t even get me started on the travel savings.Although Costco stores carry some office supplies (in bulk), I found more items available online, and at considerably lower prices than major office supply stores.Gift cards sold at Costco are essentially discount vouchers.Our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY's newsroom and any business incentives. And not just because of the free samples – although there is a 99.9% chance you will find me going to Costco over the weekend strictly for the free samples in hopes that there will be 1. No – buying refrigerated food and vegetables in bulk doesn’t make sense unless I’m throwing down at my apartment. Every time I walk out of Costco, I grab the travel booklet and start planning exotic trips to Europe and Bora Bora. But in all seriousness, I do get way more out of my Costco membership than just free food and stomach aches. I grew up with 3 brothers, so my family lived for bulk-sized everything.