Welcome! Are you a new to the club, and wondering where to find BJs coupons? One of the questions that is asked by new members in our Facebook group is where do you find BJ’s coupons? Once you are a member there are a few different ways to get your BJ’s coupons. Here is what you need to know…
Members are mailed a monthly coupon book called the Member Savings Book.
If your coupon book does not arrive, call your local BJ’s and ask if they have any extra. My location graciously leaves extras right on the counter, but if you don’t see them just ask. You should also call their member service department to see if your address is correct, etc. The number is: 800-BJS-CLUB (800-257-2582)
Watch your snail mail box.
BJ’s also sends a quarterly magazine, called the BJ’s Journal. (*Update – as of March 2015, the BJ’s Journal will be published digitally. You should still be able to get a copy at the service desk at your club. However, they won’t be mailing them out.)
Periodically, they send additional promotions and coupons through the mail.
You can expect to receive special family and baby coupons books, a flu season book, Black Friday catalog, etc. I get coupons for items my family buys often at least once a month.
Register for their email list.
A few years ago, they experimented with free samples through their email newsletter, which included high-value coupons. Sign up to receive emails from BJ’s Wholesale Club on the top of their web page. In the past, I have received coupons off an entire order, such as: Save $5 Off $50, or Save $10 Off $100!
Check the displays near the entrances of the club for coupons printed on 8.5 x 11 sheets.
New flyers are put out every 2 weeks near the front entrance of the store. They like to call these, “Front of Club” coupon booklets.
Go to their website and register your member account.
You can print new in-club coupons every month. These coupons are the same as the ones you find monthly book (Member Savings Book), and are valid all month. However, these are not ALL of the coupons from the Member Savings Book. At the end of the month, there are a few days of overlap where the current month and the next month coupons are listed to print. Sometimes I find great deals at the end of the month utilizing both sets of coupons.
Sign up for the 2% reward program.
Membership is $100 vs. $50, but they pro-rate membership if you are in the middle of your year. We joined about half-way through our membership year, and our first reward payment, covered the cost of our membership. If you spend $200 or more there each month, this reward program would be helpful to you. Members are allowed to redeem their rewards at the register. Also, on the bottom of your receipt, it tells you how much money in rewards you have built up with each shopping trip.
BJ’s accepts printable coupons from the Internet.
You can print coupons right from this website. Just look for the “Print Coupons” link in the top bar, or start here.
I keep a grocery log of unit prices between my other supermarket and BJ’s so that I know if I’m truly getting a good deal. And yes, I travel with a calculator to do on the spot checks. But after a while, I can tell immediately which is cheaper since we buy the same products all the time. Check out the MyBJsWholesale Price Book for the latest prices in the club, and how many barcodes the packages have. Then, learn how to stack manufacturer coupons with BJ’s coupons, for the lowest prices on items.
Do you have any questions?
If so, send me a note or leave a comment below. I’m happy to help you out!
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