Honestly guys, Costco is the best. I just love going there even when I don’t have anything to buy, that’s how much I love it. Sometimes when I go there, I walk around just eating samples but that doesn’t make me a terrible person, right? Seriously now, you can’t beat the price. Comparing the price per ounce, Costco is the best place to buy these things. Behold below: The best deals you can find.
1. Kirkland pure maple syrup
The price for this is 32.5¢ per ounce and believe me it’s the best maple syrup ever.
2. Scoop Away cat litter
If you have to buy it, buy it in bulk. It’s 28.5¢ per ounce, and comparing to other stores you can save a lot of money.
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3. McCormick taco seasoning
Buy your taco seasoning at Costco if you love making tacos. You can buy it for 50% less than at other supermarkets.
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4. Kirkland applesauce squeezes
Kids love these and you can buy the best bang for your buck here because they’re 32.5¢ per pouch. Yay!
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Nutella heaven. It is cheaper than anywhere else.
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6. Stretch Island fruit strips
Some kids just love dried out fruit flattened into chewy strips. It’s 22¢ each and if you go to Wal-Mart you’ll be looking at 44¢ a strip.
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7. Kirkland canola oil cooking spray
Get your cooking spray that will last for a year. The Costco price is 14.7¢ per ounce, and they come in a two-pack.
8. Red Star active dry yeast
If by any chance, you need yeast, you can find the best price at Costco.
9. Kirkland pure vanilla extract
Oh my God, this is the cheapest vanilla extract on the planet.
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10. Pacon construction paper
The cheapest construction paper is right here. Kids love their arts and crafts.
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11. Earthbound Farms organic spinach
Even the organic spinach is pretty cheap. You can also buy three pounds for the price of one pound at Walmart. Crazy, eh? And it look SO good.
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12. Kirkland cheese
For all you cheese lovers out there, no more empty pockets because of your obsession.
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13. Rotisserie chicken
The chicken costs $4.99 and it’s one pound heavier than other markets. Save your dollar for more chicken.
14. Half-sheet cakes
If you never tried their half-sheet cake, it’s time to do that.
15. Frigo string cheese
String cheese is very expensive but you can wait for a 12-pack to be on sale or just buy it at Costco.
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16. Lastly, hot dogs. You never leave Costco without getting one.
The best for last. Where else could you get such infinite munchie pleasure for a $1.50?
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