Groupon Canada Ontario Promo: Get a Gold Star Membership Plus Freebies & Extras Valued at $88.98 for $55 TODAY ONLY!


costcoCostco keeps the cost low and if you’re not a member yet, you’re in luck ;). Here’s an exclusive limited time Groupon offer for anyone interested in getting a membership! The membership and its bonus’, originally a $80.98 value, is on right now for $55. It comes with a one year Costco Gold Star Membership card grants you access to any Costco warehouse internationally as well as from their online website. This offer expires TONIGHT at 11:59pm.

Other features include: 

  • $10 Costco Cash Card
  • Free 24 pack of popcorn
  • Free rotisserie chicken
  • $15 in additional exclusive coupons
  • Complimentary card for your spouse or family member aged 18 or older living at the same address

To redeem this offer, you must use the Groupon voucher code on Costco.ca to obtain information on how to pick up your membership in warehouse. The bonus Costco cash card and coupons will be mailed directly to you after entering your information on Costco.ca.

Offer expires tonight at 11:59pm.

Click here to get your new Costco membership at Groupon Canada

 


8 responses to “Groupon Canada Ontario Promo: Get a Gold Star Membership Plus Freebies & Extras Valued at $88.98 for $55 TODAY ONLY!”

  1. sampler says:

    I’m jealous. Not fair!

  2. torontogal12 says:

    If the membership can be used internationally, why can’t anyone just go to the Kitchener website and order a membership?

    Is it worth a membership for a family of just two who don’t buy things in bulk? Do they have non-bulk things?

    • Annie says:

      Hey torontogal12! Good observation. I just looked into the fine print of the deal and you’re right! I guess it doesn’t really matter so I fixed the post up :). I’m assuming they mentioned the towns/ cities to drive new customers towards them.

      They do have some non-bulk items but that’s what they’re known for. Although they have some awesome deals, I personally wouldn’t get a membership for a family of 2 if you’re not going to buy a lot or use your membership too often. I hope this helps 🙂

      • sampler says:

        Coooooool…. but I would think they would just stare at the groupon voucher when I try to get my membership card at the noncity?

        I had a costco guy tell me I couldn’t do a refund because my membership expired and he wanted me to buy a membership so I can return an item (I escalated and got what I wanted in the end), …I always expect the worse…..

        • BHL says:

          I find that very odd. I have never had a problem with Costco returns and customer service. I’m suspecting the person was ill-informed on how to process the refund.

          • sampler says:

            I am glad that you have never had a problem with returns before, however I find it very odd if you’ve had many experiences with returning items when you no longer have a membership. My point was not to say that coscto is a bad company in anyway, because that would be untrue. I was pointing out that they employ people, and sometimes people aren’t always the brightest and they like to make their own rules regarding store policies, just like you can experience at any other store. It is possible that one would experience difficulty when they (the person at costco) reads the voucher, assistance from a supervisor may be required.

      • sampler says:

        I read the Q&A for the deal and it says you have to pick up the membership at the London location…I think you have to pick up the membership at the locations listed so you might have to travel and tell them that you are planning on moving soon when they ask for your addy.

    • BHL says:

      Torontogal12 – A Costco membership is 100% satisfaction guaranteed. If you find you are not happy with the membership, or it’s not serving you, you can get a FULL refund of the membership fee if you wish, anytime before the renewal date.

      So, try it, and if after a few months you aren’t satisfied with it, you can refund the membership fee.

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