Google Express: 25% Off Costco Orders (Both New and Existing Customers)

gexpressYet another new code, $15 off Target. Google Express has a couple of coupon codes that may be of interest:

  • 5RTC4Q545$10 credit towards your first order (i.e. $10 off $10). This is my referral code and I will get a $10 credit. After joining, you can also refer friends for $10 credits.
  • $15 off any Target order via Google Express. Good for existing customers. You must use Google Assistant (iOS / Android smartphone app). Log into your Google account, and then say “Spring into Target” to activate. The promo code will be available to be used at Google Express checkout (online website or app, my screenshot) for $15 off. No minimum order, but free shipping with $35+.
  • SHOPCOSTCO25 – 25% off your Costco order, good for existing customers (second order, etc). Max discount $40. Expires 4/1/18.
  • APPFEB20 – 20% off for existing customers (second order, etc). Max discount $20. You might need to apply code via the Google Express App (iOS/Android). Promo code may be limited to 5000 uses per day (if so, try again the next day). Expires 2/27/18. Expired.
  • NEWYEAR20 – 20% off for existing customers. Max discount $10. Expired.
  • APP20OFF – 20% off for existing customers (second order, etc). Max discount $20. Expires 2/11/18. Expired.

Google Express delivers things directly to your door from participating merchants like Costco, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Target. Free delivery is usually included above a certain amount that varies (i.e. $35). There is no longer an annual membership fee.

Note that some prices may be higher than from in-store. You will usually see a banner noting if this is the case. For Costco, there are reports that the “coupon book” items are still at the store price. Otherwise, a 20% off coupon may still offset the higher costs.

Comments

  1. Something to aware of: the prices for Costco items appear to be inflated through express than in person. The coupon about offsets the higher prices, but it’s not really a deal for Costco unless you are trying to avoid a driving trip.

    This also means that if you return something, return it via Google Express rather than to the warehouse, since the refund you receive at the warehouse will be for the lower price there.

    • Thanks for the tip. I read somewhere that the items that are on sale via the monthly mailer ad are the same price both at Google Express and in-store. Have you experienced this as well? I haven’t had a chance to verify.

      • I haven’t had been able to verify this either (I don’t get the mailer), but a discussion over at slickdeals.net seems indicate you are right and that the mailer items are price-matched to the warehouse.

  2. Doesn’t look like you can stack both the first time customer $10 credt plus the 25% off at Costco.
    At least I don’t see any way to do so. I took the 25% promo and it then gives no other options and dthe $10 credit disappeared.

    • I agree, I don’t think those two stack. I would get the $10 credit with a smaller order and then the 25% off on a larger second order since it is up to $40 off. Thanks for verifying.

Speak Your Mind

*