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Costco Wholesale is offering select Costco In-Warehouse Hot Buy Deals listed below valid for Costco Members only (prices shown is in-warehouse pricing only).

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Note, an active Costco Wholesale Membership is required to visit/purchase items at these warehouse prices. Prices may vary and may not be available in all Costco In-Warehouse locations

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  • Naturezway Bamboo Paper Towel (12/120-Count)
    • $6.99 ($10 Off; No Limit)
  • Kirkland Signature Facial Tissue Upright (12/84-Count)
    • $11.99 ($3 Off; Limit of 6)
  • U-15 Farmed White Shrimp
    • $3 Off Per Package or $6 Off Per 4 lb. Bag (No Limit)
  • Spinach & Cheese Cannelloni w/ Marinara Sauce
    • $3 Off Per Package (No Limit)
  • Kirkland Signature Beef Lasagna (6 lbs.)
    • $9.99 ($3 Off; No Limit)
  • Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Cake
    • $13.99 ($2 Off; No Limit)
  • Envy Apples
    • $2 Off (No Limit)
  • Kirkland Signature Himalayan Salt Kettle Chips (32oz)
    • $3.69 ($1.20 Off; Limit of 10)
  • Grown Right Organic Strawberry Lemonade (2/96oz.)
    • $1.70 Off (No Limit)
  • Sconza Lemoncello Chocolate Almonds (24oz.)
    • $6.49 ($2.50 Off; No Limit)
  • Carr's Crackers Variety Pack (25.5oz.)
    • $5.49 ($4 Off; Limit of 7)
  • Wonderful Salt and Pepper Pistachios (3 lbs.)
    • $14.99 ($4 Off; Limit of 5)
  • Quaker Instant Oatmeal Fruit & Cream (40-Count)
    • $5.59 ($2.40 Off; Limit of 10)
  • Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats Cereal (2/35oz.)
    • $3 Off (Limit of 7)
  • Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing (2/40oz)
    • $3 Off (Limit of 2)
  • Kirkland Signature Alkaline Water (18/1 L)
    • $9.99 Your Cost (No Limit)
  • Kirkland Signature Elegant Plastic Plates (50-Count)
    • $7.49 ($2.50 Off; Limit of 10)
  • Cascade Complete Dishwasher Action Packs (90-Count)
    • $11.99 ($4 Off; Limit of 1)
  • Colgate Total Advanced Whitening Toothpaste (5/6.4oz.)
    • $5.50 Off (Limit of 5)
  • Ziploc Slider Storage (166-Count)
    • $10.99 ($3 Off; Limit of 2)
  • Ziploc Storage Variety Pack (347-Count)
    • $11.69 ($3 Off; Limit of 5)
  • Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Variety Pack (11-Count)
    • $6.99 ($3 Off; Limit of 2)
  • L'Oreal Paris Magic Root Cover Up (3-Count)
    • $9 Off (Limit of 4)
  • 3M Heavy Duty Packing Tape (8-Count)
    • $14.99 ($8.50 Off; Limit of 5)
  • Nice 'N Clean Antibacterial Hand Wipes (320-Count)
    • $7.99 ($2 Off; Limit of 5)
  • Echelon EX-4S Connected Bike
    • $799.99 ($200 Off; Limit of 5)
  • Dell Inspiron Desktop: 10th Gen Intel i5, 1TB HDD, 256GB SSD, 12GB Memory
    • $549.99 ($150 Off; Limit of 2)
  • 27" MSI Optix 144Hz 1ms FHD IPS FreeSync Gaming Monitor
    • $169.99 ($30 Off; Limit of 4)
  • 32 Degrees Ladies' Soft Lux Dress w/ Pockets
    • $11.99 ($3 Off; Limit of 10)
  • Cascade Mountain Tech Inflatable Sleeping Pad w/ Pillow
    • $21.99 ($8 Off; Limit of 10)
  • Keter Bevy Bar Table & Cooler Combo
    • $79.99 ($20 Off; Limit of 10)
  • Ricardo Oceanside 22" Softside Carry-On Luggage Spinner w/ Packing Cubes
    • $34.99 ($20 Off; Limit of 10)
  • High Sierra Elite Pro Business Backpack
    • $19.99 ($10 Off; Limit of 10)

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Costco In-Warehouse Hot Buys - Valid 4/2/21 - 4/11/21

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- Naturezway Bamboo Paper Towel 12/120 ct - $6.99 After $10 OFF
- Kirkland Signature Facial Tissue Upright 12/84 ct - $11.99 After $3 OFF
- U-15 Farmed White Shrimp $3 OFF per Package - $6 OFF per 4 lb Bag
- Kerrygold Salted or Unsalted Butter 4/8 oz - $8.99 After $4 OFF
- Spinach & Cheese Cannelloni with Marinara Sauce - $3 OFF per Package
- Kirkland Signature Beef Lasagna 6 lbs - $9.99 After $3 OFF
- Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Cake - $13.99 After $2 OFF
- Envy Apples $2 OFF
- Kirkland Signature Himalayan Salt Kettle Chips 32 oz - $3.69 After $1.20 OFF
- Grown Right Organic Strawberry Lemonade 2/96 oz - $1.70 OFF
- Sconza Lemoncello Chocolate Almonds 24 oz - $6.49 After $2.50 OFF
- Carr's Crackers Variety Pack 25.5 oz - $5.49 After $4 OFF
- Wonderful Salt and Pepper Pistachios 3 lbs - $14.99 After $4 OFF
- Quaker Instant Oatmeal Fruit & Cream 40 ct - $5.59 After $2.40 OFF
- Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats Cereal 2/35 oz - $3 OFF
- Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing 2/40 oz - $3 OFF
- Kirkland Signature Alkaline Water 18/1 L - $9.99
- Kirkland Signature Elegant Plastic Plates 50 ct - $7.49 After $2.50 OFF
- Cascade Complete Dishwasher Action Pacs 90 ct - $11.99 After $4 OFF
- Colgate Total Advanced Whitening Toothpaste 5/6.4 oz - $5.50 OFF
- Ziploc Slider Storage 166 ct - $10.99 After $3 OFF
- Ziploc Storage Variety Pack 347 ct - $11.69 After $3 OFF
- Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Variety Pack 11 ct - $6.99 After $3 OFF
- L'Oreal Paris Magic Root Cover Up 3 pk - $9 OFF
- 3M Heavy Duty Packing Tape 8 ct - $14.99 After $8.50 OFF
- Tramontina Dutch Ovens 2 pk - $44.99 After $25 OFF
- Echelon EX-4S Connected Bike - $799.99 After $200 OFF
- Dell Inspiron Desktop 10th Gen Intel Core i5 Processor, 12GB Memory, 1TB HDD, 256GB SSD - $549.99 After $150 OFF
- MSI Optix 27" Class FHD IPS Gaming Monitor
144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms Fast Response Time, AMD FreeSync Technology - $169.99 After $30 OFF
- 32 Degrees Ladies' Soft Lux Dress with Pockets - $11.99 After $3 OFF
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kovy asked this question on 04-02-2021 at 06:15 AM
04-02-2021 at 08:34 AM
Because there are a lot of markdowns people seem to be interested in.

As a follow up, why do butthurt trolls use the question feature to threadcrap? Just thumbdown and move on

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Costco- everything Kirkland. House brand is great.
Sams - free membership and scan and go
Aldi- fantastic prices on Veggies. Aldi finds can be good

Shop all three but spend most at Costco Smilie
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Quote from PhillyChad :
Would any current Costco members recommend a membership if all I'm really interested in buying is AV equipment and such? In other words... I have no need for a 5000 count of twizzlers... ok, maybe twizzlers but nothing else. Worth it?
I do not believe a Costco membership is worthwhile just for AV. But, usually the gas savings pays for a membership. Especially if one uses premium.

Costco is usually okay for TV. They tend to have the newer models at decent prices. I would not recommend store puchases of laptops, monitors, printers, etc... Usually, one has to wait for a sale before Costco is competitive. They do offer quality and easy return. About the only time I buy electronics from Costco is online sales offers.

One should walk thru the store when shopping at Costco. Sidewalk pickup defeats the purpose of finding bargains. Any items with coupons are usually worthwhile if one can use it. Otherwise, probably cheaper at Aldi or BOGO at supermarkets. Never buy paper goods or Kcups at Costco. Better off using ink recycling dollars from Staples or OD.

Certain items like high-end seafood, steaks and lamb chops are great. The $10/pound large shrimp is a bargain. Not sure if prices have gone up. Every so often, they have good sale on pork or ribs.

Costco furniture is very good. They have quality pieces at basically closeout prices. Always amazing to me what shows up. Caveat - they are one time offerings. Make sure one buys enough matching pieces. Otherwise, will never show up again.

Of course, there is clothing and shoes. Continual changing of stock and great sale items.

I don't use the optical department. But understand they are decent.

Before Covid, I used to do the hot dog with drink. The rotisserie chicken is pretty much a given. Miss the free food samples.
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Quote from Tbl5143 :
Sorry, I'm not going to drive 30+ minutes to a Sam's when I have a Costco within less than 5 minutes of my home.
Then why go into and post in a Costco thread?
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Quote from Is4157 :
What's with all the costco postings? Am I missing out for being a Sams member?
We have both, but if I had to give up one I would keep Sam's club

Benfits of Sam's:
1) Scan and go app is amazing. Costco has nothing like it and it's always a sea of people waiting to check out.
2) Standard red meat (hamburger, steaks) is better and cheaper at Sam's in my opinion
3) This may not apply to you, but Sam's is more conveniently located for us and there are more around. Costco is always a hike
4) I have had some incredibly helpful associates at both Costco and Sam's, but Costco seems to attract more with a superiority complex. Makes me feel like they are doing me a favor by allowing me to shop there.

Benfits of Costco:
1) I think the non-grocery quality is better, and sometimes there are some incredible deals that show up on the shelves.
2) Much better seafood and produce selection, but we rarely buy this stuff in bulk so not much of an issue for us.
3) Optical center is a pretty good deal.. lot of extras thrown in for the base price. I have not tried buying glasses at Sam's yet.
4) Our sams does not have gas but both are nearly always 10 to 20 cents cheaper.
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Quote from Bleau1017 :
Then why go into and post in a Costco thread?
Not sure I get what you're referring to. I was talking about Costco and this thread is about Costco...
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Quote from Commentary :
I do not believe a Costco membership is worthwhile just for AV. But, usually the gas savings pays for a membership. Especially if one uses premium.

Costco is usually okay for TV. They tend to have the newer models at decent prices. I would not recommend store puchases of laptops, monitors, printers, etc... Usually, one has to wait for a sale before Costco is competitive. They do offer quality and easy return. About the only time I buy electronics from Costco is online sales offers.

One should walk thru the store when shopping at Costco. Sidewalk pickup defeats the purpose of finding bargains. Any items with coupons are usually worthwhile if one can use it. Otherwise, probably cheaper at Aldi or BOGO at supermarkets. Never buy paper goods or Kcups at Costco. Better off using ink recycling dollars from Staples or OD.

Certain items like high-end seafood, steaks and lamb chops are great. The $10/pound large shrimp is a bargain. Not sure if prices have gone up. Every so often, they have good sale on pork or ribs.

Costco furniture is very good. They have quality pieces at basically closeout prices. Always amazing to me what shows up. Caveat - they are one time offerings. Make sure one buys enough matching pieces. Otherwise, will never show up again.

Of course, there is clothing and shoes. Continual changing of stock and great sale items.

I don't use the optical department. But understand they are decent.

Before Covid, I used to do the hot dog with drink. The rotisserie chicken is pretty much a given. Miss the free food samples.
Thank you for helping me make an informed decision.
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my costco don't have the bamboo paper towels for some reason
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I will always renew my Costco membership because they always say "Nice cock!" At checkout and you can't put a price on that.
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Has anyone done a thorough comparison of Costco vs Aldi? I've kicked around the idea of getting a Costco membership but from what I've read aldi has similar prices and no membership fee. And, it's closer so it's been a tough sell.
I usually like Aldi too and they normally have sales on fruits.
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Came to post same, and given this is a US chain, I was surprised so many folks up at 2AM Jonesing for Costco. I think they have medication for this (@ Costco). . .
I think peeps are just stuck on the idea that everything in Costco is cheaper. NOT always the case. But peeps are lazy, they just assume they have the best deals since they have to pay for the membership
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I think peeps are just stuck on the idea that everything in Costco is cheaper. NOT always the case. But peeps are lazy, they just assume they have the best deals since they have to pay for the membership
Costco is typically the cheapest 80% of the time and even better on high end items. It's for the lazy slickdealer, get amazing amounts of value with no effort. I say the same about credit cards, I could sign up for 10 and get more cash back, but I sign up for the Costco one and get 80% of it with no effort.
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Quote from itengineer :
Costco- everything Kirkland. House brand is great.
Sams - free membership and scan and go
Aldi- fantastic prices on Veggies. Aldi finds can be good

Shop all three but spend most at Costco Smilie
Toilet paper sucks ass
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Quote from sdtacos250 :
How much is the shrimp in warehouse?
Not sure if anyone already answered this already.

The 13-15 count frozen shrimp is $8/pound after discount, 4 lb bags. It is a bargain.
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How's the Inspiron listed above in OP? - Online at: https://www.costco.com/.product.1424620.html

There's a Lenovo for the same price, and some same specs, listed here: https://www.costco.com/lenovo-ide...95129.html

One better than other, or about the same?
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What's with all the costco postings? Am I missing out for being a Sams member?
Yes, costco is amazing for gas actually had high quality comparable to shell, and amazing customer service 👀😎👏👌👌and best return and warranty policy and then finally there's things like costco travel, costco boquests of flowers for half of flower stores. And best of all they treat employees well
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