Lots of stores say they prioritize savings, but Costco is one that walks the walk and puts its bulk items on sale frequently. Right now there are quite a few foods on sale in each warehouse, but the big-box retailer isn't stopping there.
In its "Online Savings" event going on now through April 27, Costco has discounted hundreds of items on its website only. In addition to patio furniture, electronics, outdoor activity accessories, gardening supplies, and jewelry, quite a few food items are on the list. Here is a rundown of what's on sale.
Even with inflation hitting record highs (and continuing to climb) America's favorite wholesale chain is making it cheaper to buy meat during this sale. Varieties like brisket, sirloin steaks, ribeye, ham, and more are discounted.
Keep in mind that these items are in bigger packages than the ones offered in-store at sizes ranging from 6 pounds to 19. But with bulk sizes come bulk discounts—and these range from $20 off to $100.
Costco is already a destination for coffee drinkers, and four different types are included in the online-only sale. They are all from the San Francisco Bay Coffee Company and include whole-bean options like French Roast, Decaf French Roast, and Fog Chaser, plus the ground Organic Rainforest Blend.
All four come in packs of two for between 2.5 and 6 pounds total. Need some inspo for how to use it all? 15 Coffee Recipes You Need to Try.
Vitamin C Items
With an expansive vitamin and supplement selection, there are lots of options for getting what you need in multiple different forms. If vitamin C is on your list, Costco's online sale has two varieties on sale.
One is a collagen and vitamin C Konjac jelly in either mango or peach flavor for $10 off or a topical face serum 2-pack from DERMAdoctor for $20 off until April 27.
Even though it is a go-to for everyday grocery items, Costco is also a retailer with an assortment of items that don't fit everyday needs. The warehouse is the best place to get these types of produce items—like avocadoes, apples, and more, but Costco.com has some options, too, and a few are even included in this online-only sale.
Log on to see the selection of gift baskets, with one currently $50 off. But if growing your own fruits has been on your mind, now may be the time to start—strawberry, grape, raspberry, and blueberry plants are $10 off right now and for another few weeks.
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