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Patron Silver Tequila 1.75 L Costco B&M for $62.49 until 05/05/13

ananh 151 123 April 18, 2013 at 05:32 PM in Brick & Mortar (B&M) (3) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Last Edited by ananh April 19, 2013 at 07:03 PM
Location: The Costco at the District in Irvine, California
Original Price: $72.49
- $10 instant rebate
= OMG Price is $62.49. OMG

Rebate expires on 5/5/13

I saw that they have a $10 instant rebate for Patron Silver 1.75 liter.

I also went to the Fullerton Costco and see the same deal so it should be available at your Costco if they sell Alcohol and Patron!

No Rebate limit so you can buy as many as you want!

Costco usually prices this at $72.49-$80.00.

I've never seen the 1.75 Liter this low before bounce

Please note that this is Costco B&M YMMV California. If you are a non-tequila drinker or don't like alcohol, please don't post negative comments or how "over priced" Patron is.

Enjoy!
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Last Edited by LasVegasLocal April 19, 2013 at 04:53 PM
Not available in Las Vegas and Corporate says rebate varies by region.

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I dunno. After the Patron I find it EASIER to be an obnoxious control freak that gropes every half decent woman who wanders by.
record that on video and post in utube, and it will go viral.
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Costco rep handling the alcohol section in Reno told me that the Kirkland silver tequila is Patron (at least for now). I don't know if there's a noticeable difference in taste, meaning, if it's a lower quality. Haven't opened it yet (not quite margarita weather yet). I think it was about $21 for a 1.75.
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repped for Irvine!
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#19
This shit makes my clothes fall off.
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#20
/wishes Costco could sell alcohol in New York.
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can you check in 1.7 liter of patron on a checked in luggage? Never done it before; thinking of getting it for vegas.
TSA rules aside, you also need to check your airline for their requirements. It's posted on their website.
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Quote from Pony66 View Post :
Costco rep handling the alcohol section in Reno told me that the Kirkland silver tequila is Patron (at least for now). I don't know if there's a noticeable difference in taste, meaning, if it's a lower quality. Haven't opened it yet (not quite margarita weather yet). I think it was about $21 for a 1.75.
Bottom of the barrel Patron. Still good though. I heard Kirkland vokda is bottom of the barrel goose.
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Yes you may bring up to 5 liters of alcoholic beverages in your luggage
Not Bacardi 151 nor Everclear... shake head
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Quote from jackbauer24 View Post :
can you check in 1.7 liter of patron on a checked in luggage? Never done it before; thinking of getting it for vegas.
Not worth it. Will weigh your bag down too much. Plus if you are going before 5/5 there is a Costco not too far from the strip. Or better yet, drink free Patron while you gamble.

Quote from scottdsimon View Post :
/wishes Costco could sell alcohol in New York.
They do at the one in Westbury; Long Island.
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Bottom of the barrel Patron. Still good though. I heard Kirkland vokda is bottom of the barrel goose.
not true, it's pretty rough
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Quote from jackbauer24 View Post :
can you check in 1.7 liter of patron on a checked in luggage? Never done it before; thinking of getting it for vegas.
My record was 18 liters and about 4000 smokes on an international flight. It was even worth paying the $100 overweight fee and American Airlines didn't lose my bag that time! I checked a bottle last month without a problem but I believe the TSA limit is 5 liters.
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Quote from Pony66 View Post :
Costco rep handling the alcohol section in Reno told me that the Kirkland silver tequila is Patron (at least for now). I don't know if there's a noticeable difference in taste, meaning, if it's a lower quality. Haven't opened it yet (not quite margarita weather yet). I think it was about $21 for a 1.75.
Not the same. Not sure why everyone things Costco gets these top brands to private label top shelf stuff for them. Why would Patron want to trade Costco customers to something that is so much cheaper? They may get Patron to bottle some leftovers that may be "ok" for $21, but it is not the same in any way shape or form.

Sorry I work in the industry and all of these SD on alcohol make me shake my head.

The OP's deal is a damn good price on Patron. In the Midwest here and best I have seen lately is 32.99 per 750ml or $77 per 1.75 equiv.

Alcohol laws vary greatly between states though and I imagine Cali has an aggressive tequila market.
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Last edited by Ezook April 18, 2013 at 07:24 PM
#28
This is a VERY Slick deal.

Local pricing here in Phoenix:

BevMo: $89.99 ($82.99 with Club Bev Membership)
Total Wine: $79.99
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#29
OP should put Cali in title or YMMV

49 other states have diff liquor laws (and Cali is largest tequila market in the country)....may not be avail anywhere else.
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#30
Patron? Still in college? Don Julio is my go to tequila at Costco.
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