You can practically get paid to shop at Costco now.
Members can get a free $25 gift card when they purchase $100 in select items from Procter & Gamble Co. brands. These include household names like Dawn, Head & Shoulders, Olay, and Tide—and more than 20 others.
But this promotion ends after September 26th.
The list of participating brands includes:
- bounce, bounce
- Downy (including Downy Unstopables)
- he won
- Head & Shoulders
- Mr. Clean
- old spices
- Oral-B (excluding rechargeable toothbrushes)
But wait there is more! Some of the items included in the promotion are also on sale at Costco this month. Therefore, you can buy these products for less than the already low Costco prices with a free gift card registration.
Even better, you can get up to two discounts—that’s two $25 Costco gift cards—per Costco membership number. So, if you need $200 of P&G merchandise this week, look for free $50 gift cards.
Here’s how the gift card display works:
- Buy $100 worth of eligible P&G products at Costco this month. You can buy them online, at a US warehouse, or both. You don’t have to buy them all in one shopping trip. You only have to spend a total of $100 on eligible items during the promotion period, which runs until September 26.
- Submit a copy of your receipt(s) by October 30. You can do this via the offer website or by mailing the offer registration form to the address provided on the form.
- Monitor your mailbox. You will receive your free gift card(s) in the mail within two to four weeks of sending receipts.
To be eligible to take advantage of this offer, you must:
- Be a resident of the United States. (But residents of US territories are not eligible.)
- Become an active US Costco member with a valid US membership number.
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- Have a valid US address or PO Box.
If you’re a non-member considering joining Costco, check out the Costco membership offer at Money Talks News, for which you can get a free $10 or $20 gift card.
And for more savings tips, check out “11 Ways to Save More Money at Costco.”
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