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The Most Expensive Items at Costco Right Now

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Costco is known for low prices on bulk items, but there are other things that cost way more than what comes down to a few cents each (like that epic $10 box of 40 oatmeal packets deal).

This may be a long shot, but if you want to spend more—and we're talking wayyy more—at your local warehouse, you can! In most cases, you're also getting a really great deal. Below are some of the most pricey items Costco sells, in order from least to most expensive.

And for more on what the chain has in stock, here are the 10 Popular Products Coming Back To Costco This Year.

La Civetta Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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Get a 2-liter bottle of Kirkland Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil for $13.49, or splurge for the straight-from-Italy La Civetta version for $69.99. Granted, it comes with more and includes two 3-liter bottles, but it's still about double the price per liter compared to the cheaper option.

Sometimes you can't compare quality, though. The La Civetta olive oil is made in the Puglia region in Italy with Coratina and Frantoio olives that are hand-picked. Only 20,000 liters are produced each year.

$69.99 at Costco
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Corazonas HeartBar Oatmeal Raisin Squares

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If you're a fan of these oatmeal bars, now's your chance to get more than 70 of them for about $1 each. This deal will set you back more than other purchases in the breakfast, protein, and snack bar section. If you do want to dish out some cash for the whole box, it will definitely last longer.

$69.99 at Costco
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Pressed Juicery Elderberry and Probiotic Shots

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A pack of 36 elderberry and probiotic shots is just under $85 at Costco right now—that's about $2.36 for each 2-ounce bottle. Elderberry, the main ingredient in half of these blends, is known to help with cold and flu symptoms, while the probiotics in the other half of the shots help with gut health.

$84.99 at Costco
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Tanka Bar Spicy Pepper Buffalo Meat Bars

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If bison is your snack of choice, Costco is selling a pack of 144 Tanka Bars for $269.99 right now! The deal includes 12 12-count boxes of real meat bars. In addition to grass-fed bison, they include cranberries for a bit of sweetness and a pepper blend for a hint of spice.

$269.99 at Costco
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Kirkland Signature Whole Wheel Parmigiano Reggiano

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Didn't know you could get a whole wheel of cheese from Costco, did you?! Or that it's an actual Kirkland product?!

Yep, this 72-pound wheel of 24-month aged Parmigiano Reggiano imported from Italy is available to ship right to your door. If 72 pounds is a little bit more than what you're looking for, though, there are smaller options for considerably cheaper prices.

$949.99 at Costco
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Plaza Osetra Kilo Caviar Pack

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Caviar is known to be expensive, but Costco's version is a step above the rest. While it has a hefty price tag, it comes with more than 30 servings of the farmed Russian sturgeon caviar in a 35.2-ounce tin. It has a medium to large grain size and features a nutty finish.

$1,299.99 at Costco
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Authentic American Full Blood Wagyu Locker Pack

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You can buy 41 pounds of 100% full-blood Wagyu beef raised in Washington state for $1,999.99 at Costco. With cuts ranging from Ribeye to Brisket, Costco says this pack is "perfect for large cookouts, entertaining, and exploring the diversity of Wagyu beef." For being the most expensive item at Costco, it's definitely something special!

$1,999.99 at Costco
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Amanda McDonald
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