Top 8 Things You Should Buy at Costco
You can score some truly great deals at Costco, but there are certain purchases that are just no-brainers at this warehouse chain. Let’s take a look at some of the best buys at one of our favorite stores:
- Almonds:You can pay just $12 for a 3-pound bag of raw almonds, which is a lot cheaper than you’ll see in most stores.
- Soy and Almond Milk:These usually come in packs of 3, but they’re about 20% less per container than at other stores.
Rotisserie Chicken:According to Wise Bread:
The rotisserie chicken specials at Costco are out of this world! Depending on the time of year, Costco often runs chicken specials that will give you two chickens for $5, or give you a discount on the poundage. You can freeze the chicken, use the bones for a broth, or cut up pieces for sandwiches, salads and dinners. It’s a steal!
- Organic Chicken Broth and Boullion:A case of one-quart cartons will last you a long time in your pantry, so you should definitely stock up when prices are cheap at Costco. You can get a 16-ounce jar of chicken boillion base for about $5, and 6 32-ounce boxes of Kirkland organic chick stock for around $14.
- Paper Products:Items like paper towels and toilet paper are great buys in bulk at Costco. You just have to worry about lugging them home.
- Ink and Toner Cartridges:If you aren’t switching printers any time soon, buy your ink in bulk at Costco for about $50 for a 5-pack. That’s a great deal considering that one can run you about $12 or more elsewhere.
- Glass Storage Dishes:Multi-piece Pyrex storage sets with durable rubber tops from Costco will last you a long time and are only about $30.
A Gym Membership:
If you’re cool paying for a year or two upfront, Costco is by far the best place to get a gym membership. For example, get a two year membership to 24 Hour Fitness for just $25 per month! That’s way less than you’d pay through the gym itself, and far cheaper than most comparable gym memberships
Read more over at Wise Bread’s 15 Things You Should Buy at Costco.