This Costco Membership Deal Easily Pays for Itself — Plus You Get FREE PIZZA

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Want to start buying in bulk to save some pennies, but haven’t had the spare change for an expensive warehouse club membership?

Happy February, you guys: Costco is feeling the love.

Free Pizza and Costco Coupons with Gold Star Membership

When you get your Costco Gold Star Membership through LivingSocial, you’ll spend the regular price of $55…

But you’ll also get almost $80 worth of other freebies, like a $20 Costco Cash Card and — my very favorite — FREE PIZZA!

Here’s what’s included in this awesome Costco membership deal:

  • 1-year Gold Star Membership and Household Card
  • $20 Costco Cash Card
  • Exclusive coupons for a 72-pack of AA batteries (never run out again!), organic tortilla chips and food court pizza
  • $25 off your Costco order of $250 or more at

Not too shabby, right?

All told, those goodies add up to a value of $133.93. So you’re saving over 50% on the full price… and easily breaking even on the cost of your membership.

Ready to Get This Costco Membership Deal?

Already screaming “Sign me up!” at your computer screen?

Here’s the more effective action: Head over to LivingSocial and grab the deal for $55.

Redeem your online voucher by May 31 to receive a printable Costco Membership Activation Certificate via email.

Just bring the printed certificate to your local Costco, and congratulations! You’re officially a member.

Those snazzy coupons will arrive at your door within four weeks of voucher redemption, according to LivingSocial’s site. Make sure you use them by Aug. 31, 2016, or they’ll expire!

Keep in mind, this deal’s only good for brand-new memberships or memberships that expired before Oct. 1, 2015.

Sorry, current Costco shoppers, you can’t renew your membership with this deal. But you’re still saving a ton buying in bulk!

Your Turn: Will this LivingSocial deal make a Costco member out of you?

Jamie Cattanach is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. She also writes other stuff, like wine reviews and poems — you can read along at