8 Worst Things You Can Get at Costco

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Costco might be a haven for a lot of people, especially if they get some nice discounts. And let’s be honest, we are willing to spend a lot of money on those things we don’t need to buy.

Why? Because usually, when the customer sees the yellow label, it means that specific product is on sale. Yay!

You’re happy that the umbrella for the patio is cheaper now, but do you really need it?

Ask yourself this question whenever you are on the way to buying things you don’t really need.

Click on the next page to see what products are better on the shelf rather than in your cart.

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8 thoughts on “8 Worst Things You Can Get at Costco”

  1. 7

    I feel like these aren’t necessarily items you “shouldn’t” buy, rather than the author’s preferences. Yes, snacks and soda are bad for you, but its your choice if you consume them. Yes, Costco is a warehouse store so things come in bulk packaging. As someone who lives in a household of 2, I often say “thats a good deal, but we don’t need that much, we will never use it.” As for furniture, books, and whatnot, if you see a book and you want to read it… buy the dang book. If you need a new piece of furniture and they have one there for a good price, get it. Costco does have a great return policy.

  2. not sure who the editor is of this article but why not save the time of readers and just say you don’t like Costco ! every item you cried about is the same at any other store except you covered most of what is
    Costco. if you don’t like buying in bulk don’t but to say its the worst this to buy . . .stop crying about one place and buy where you want . This is a poor unhelpful article.

  3. I agree with most of this, but I don’t think she has ever tasted the tuna. It is so much better than the best brands I’ve ever bought elsewhere. It’s worth every penny and keeps perfectly until used up, probably many times longer.

  4. hmmm… been shopping and costco and find these are definitely not hard and fast rules; soda and junk food I see to be healthy but that is in general; books can be a good deal for those items they do have though limited; canned goods can use especially some of the kirkland brand; coffee, they do sell whole bean and the coffee is repackaged labeled and made by starbucks, bakery items; depends; I freeze the muffins which I love and eat them by thawing and planning ahead and find them delicious; have found great pieces of furniture which are much better than the limited selection available in my locale; so for me don’t really follow any of these rules; but this again is just one person’s opinion on the post as is the same for me


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