Costco is BIG and has Great Prices. Everyone knows that.
Here are 4 Tips for Getting the BEST BANG for your BUCK at Costco!
2 – Watch for SALES and Stock Up. Costco periodically has sales. Their Already-Made and Packaged Meals can get expensive, but they are so easy for quick-to-the-table family meals. The Sample Ladies do a bang-up job of peddling the hot sale items and they are always happy to offer meal ideas. Look for Sale Signs and Sample Offerings.
3 – In-House Costco Bakery. Made on the premises – great prices – bulk sized for a family or a party. Right out of the oven Croissants, Dinner Rolls, Muffins. The Sheet Cakes are delicious and Costco does Custom Decorating. Fun.
4 – Books. Books are a great value at Costco, but I know, the Costco Rock-Bottom prices may hurt all the tiny, local bookstores. Why not Shop your Local Bookstore for Special Order Books and Support all the Meet-The-Author Book Parties. Save the Everyone-is-Reading-this-Book purchase for Costco.
I asked the Costco Checker what comes across the conveyor most??
Chip Bags bigger than your whole body…here they are! So Silly.
Dear Costco: My one recommendation to make Costco a BETTER SHOPPING EXPERIENCE…
Go with LOCAL, IN-SEASON Fruits and Vegetables! Do we really need WATERMELON in JANUARY?!
One Stop Shopping – You Bet…in the market to buy Roses and a Rotisserie Chicken? No Problem.
And You have to love the Bigger-than-the-Moon Lunches at Pluto-Prices…Lunch for 4 – $7.50.
I Love Costco. Great Prices, Fun Sample Ladies, Crazy Huge Carts. MAGIC!