Costco Membership With $20 Gift Card, Other Perks Now Just $60 From Groupon, LivingSocial

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If you’ve been debating purchasing a Costco membership, now is the time to do it!

For a limited time, Groupon and LivingSocial are offering one-year Costco Gold Star memberships with a bunch of great perks for $60 each for new members.

Everything you get in the package would normally cost $144.98!

Not only will you be saving some serious cash on the membership, but the offer also includes a $20 Costco cash card and more than $60 in free stuff, including:

Free Kirkland Signature AA Batteries 72 ct ($19.99 value)


Free Kirkland Signature Disinfecting Wipes Variety 4-Pack ($9.99 value)


$10 off Fresh Meat (beef, chicken, pork or fish; excludes deli items)


Plus, $25 off an order of $250 on

Not bad!

A one-year Costco Gold Star membership normally costs $60 without all the free stuff, so this is obviously a great deal if you were already thinking of getting one.

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This offer is only valid for new costumers, meaning this must either be your first Costco membership or your old membership must have expired before Feb. 1, 2018.

While you can only buy one membership per person, you may buy another as a gift.

The Groupon or Living Social vouchers must be redeemed in your local Costco location by Oct. 31 in order to get the membership card and other perks.

The Costco cash card and coupons will be mailed to you within 4-6 weeks and you must use them by Nov. 30.

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While there is no deadline for when you need to purchase the voucher, both Groupon and LivingSocial say they are selling fast and only for a limited time, so don’t delay if you’d like to see what it’s like to be a Costco member!

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Costco Delivery

Costco recently announced two new grocery delivery services — a two-day service for nonperishable items and a same-day delivery for all online items, including fresh food.

Yup, that means you no longer have to get out of your pajamas or wash you hair to shop for massive boxes of toilet paper and gallon-size jars of mayonnaise. Thanks, internet!

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The two-day delivery service applies to nonperishable items, with free delivery on orders of more than $75—which, if you’ve ever shopped at Costco, you know is easy to spend there.

If you somehow manage to not spend $75, delivery is only $3 for smaller orders. Nonperishable items include canned and packaged goods and even cleaning supplies.

If you really neglected grocery shopping and are in desperate need of some essentials, Costco has you covered there, too. The retailer recently expanded its partnership with Instacart for same-day delivery of all online grocery items, including fresh foods. Out of their 514 U.S. locations, 376 stores currently off the same-day service.

If your store is one of them, you could have your super-sized groceries delivered in about an hour. There are also plans to expand the same-day service to other locations in the future.

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Costco delivery is currently not available in Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, and two-day delivery is only available in the continental U.S. on weekdays. And, as you probably guessed, products delivered to your door will cost you more.

According to the FAQ page on Costco’s website, added delivery and other fulfillment costs will be included in the purchase price and in other service fees, meaning a trip to your computer will be more expensive than a trip to the store. Prices on items delivered the same day are about 15 to 17 percent higher, not including an additional 10 percent service fee.