7 Costco Items You Should Always Stock Up On

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7 Costco Items You Should Always Stock Up On:- Imagine yourself as someone who recently joined Costco (maybe as a result of a resolution you made for the New Year or as a Christmas present you received). The endless aisles of goods, which range from electronics to food to tires to clothes, can be a little overwhelming once you start shopping, even if you’ve heard amazing things about the warehouse.

 

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7 Costco Items You Should Always Stock Up On

It could be helpful to get advice from more seasoned Costco members regarding what to buy when you visit the store. Thank goodness, other customers have recently shared their thoughts on what they view as Costco mainstays, suggesting items that they always trust for their combination of affordability and high quality.

 

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1. Signature Bottled Water from Kirkland

Even though some people object to plastic bottles’ negative environmental effects, many others still find them handy for travel, gatherings, or situations when carrying a refillable bottle isn’t practical. The Kirkland Signature Water is now available.

 

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An online reviewer at Costco stated, “I buy this water every time that I am at Costco (which is a lot).” “Our family of 6 (we live in the hot, hot desert) drink these every time we leave the house.” A 48-case pallet will cost you $439.99, which works out to be less than a quarter per 16.9-ounce bottle.

 

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2. Paper towels

It makes sense to stock up on a large 30-roll container of Kirkland Signature Bath Tissue as everyone uses toilet paper on a regular basis. You may purchase 380 sheets of 2-ply paper in rolls for $23.49. One Redditor commented, “I prefer the Kirkland basic toilet paper over the Charmin/Premium.

” The Costco brand is “more than fine,” which is great praise when discussing something that is flushed down the toilet, according to someone who commented on another Costco thread that was explicitly about the bath item.

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3. Trash Sacks

There are much more worthwhile uses for our hard-earned money than bags for disposing of rubbish. However, at $19.99 for 200, Kirkland’s Kitchen Bags are unquestionably a fantastic deal.

“It always surprises me that this isn’t on more lists,” a Reddit user commented. “They last forever, are strong, and the price point beats anything I can get at the grocery store.”

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4. Tomatoes in a can

One Redditor said, “For me, canned tomatoes are a staple.” Another customer commented, “I find that Costco blows everything out of the water for San Marzano.” YouTuber Kathy Cooks thought both the Cento ($9.99) and Nina ($5.99) brands of San Marzanos belonged in her cupboard after discovering them at Costco. Not to mention, you can’t go wrong with Kirkland’s Signature Organic Diced Tomatoes at $7.99 for eight cans.

 

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5. Seed for Birds

Although it might not be a pantry essential, a lot of people enjoy feeding the birds in their backyard, so if you’re into that kind of thing, picking up some bird seed on your next trip came highly recommended. “They have the best price I’ve seen, and it’s not just a large bag of millet that they have.”

A Reddit user stated, “It’s actually good seed that birds will eat.” For $25.99, blogger Amber from Everyday Fun Finds purchased a 40-pound bag of Premium Wild Bird Food from Costco, which she thought was a terrific deal for drawing cardinals, chickadees, and finches to her yard.

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6. Pet food and medications

It’s obvious that not only humans can take advantage of Costco’s amazing offers! Pet owners cannot resist the bargains on the store’s pet food, which their four-legged pets will like. One Redditor commented, “Pet food is a great price and good quality.” Another said, “I can’t afford not to buy Kirkland dog food.”

For $52.99 per 35-pound bag, Kirkland’s Salmon and Sweet Potato Formula is an excellent deal. Another commenter claimed to have saved “hundreds a year” by purchasing Costco and pet prescriptions.

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7. The Tomato Sauce of Rao

When the price is perfect, as it usually is, savvy Costco consumers seize up the desired but expensive tomato sauce. “I hate to admit it but when RAOs is on sale, I snatch up like 6 jars at a clip,” a Redditor commented.

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The sauce, which is keto-friendly and produced with only natural ingredients and no additional sugar, is quite popular. Blogger Cost Contessa wrote an entire post about the sauce and mentioned that it was back on the shelves in October after a break, costing $5.89 for two jars—nearly half what it may cost at some shops.

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