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13 Best Costco Finds Under $10

Even $20 can buy you a lot at the store.

Costco shoppers know that if you're on the lookout for bargains, that membership cost will pay off. From deals on kitchen appliances and housewares to pantry staples and fresh food, Costco is the place to go if you're looking for low prices.

And while it's easy to spend $100 or more at the store, you can still buy a good amount of groceries for less than that. If you have $50, $40, or even $20, you can still walk out with a good Costco haul. Here are some of the best Costco food finds for under $10. Happy shopping!

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1

Rotisserie Chicken

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Let's start with a classic! Costco's rotisserie chickens are just $4.99, which is a pretty impressive deal. They're perfect for these 22 Healthy Rotisserie Chicken Recipes.

2

Nature's Intent Chia Seeds

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Chia seeds are an easy way to add fiber to your smoothie or oatmeal. Pick up a bag at Costco, and you'll be set for months.

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3

Annie's Fruit Snacks

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We saw a 42-pouch box of Annie's organic fruit snacks for just $9.97. That's more than a month's worth of lunchbox treats for less than a Hamilton!

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4

Bel Gioioso Mozzarella Snack Pack

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Mozzarella cheese is perfect for Caprese recipes. But if you just want to munch on some cheese, Costco also sells mini mozzarella balls for individual snacking.

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5

La Terra Fina Spinach Artichoke Dip

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Set up an at-home dip bar with this spinach-artichoke dip. Grab some tortilla chips or a baguette for maximum dipping potential.

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6

Dee Amore Loaded Potato Salad

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Making potato salad from scratch is great, but this refrigerated version from Costco is almost as good. And you can't beat the $6.99 price point.

7

Panera Mac & Cheese Cups

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When you can't make it to Panera, these refrigerated cups of the chain's famous mac and cheese are the next best thing.

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8

Herdez Guacamole Salsa

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It's salsa and guacamole all rolled into one! This sauce is perfect for topping homemade burrito bowls and quesadillas.

9

Kirkland Signature Organic Frozen Blueberries

kirkland signature organic frozen blueberries

Morning smoothies are a breeze with these frozen berries from Costco. Just $7.59 will get you a three-pound bag.

10

Yasso Mint Chocolate Chip Greek Yogurt Bars

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You can pick up a 15-pack of these Greek yogurt bars at Costco for just $9.99, or $6.99 while they're on sale through May 9. They're the perfect end-of-summer treat to keep on hand.

11

Hass Avocados

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If you eat avocado toast every day, consider buying avocados at Costco. A six-pack of Hass avocados is just $6.99 at the warehouse.

12

Garlic

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Garlic will stay fresh for months if it's unpeeled, so go ahead and buy a two-pound bag at Costco. It will only set you back $5.99!

13

Bell Peppers

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If you're making stuffed peppers for dinner, Costco is a great place to buy the ingredients. A six-pack of red, yellow, and orange peppers is $8.49 at the store.

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Meghan De Maria
Meghan De Maria is a senior editor at Eat This, Not That!, specializing in food, product, and restaurant coverage. Read more