Follow These Social Media Accounts to Get the Best Deals at Costco Every Time

Shopping at Costco is like entering a retail fever-dream every time, and to be honest, and can be hard to keep our heads in check when we’re faced with towering walls of Nutella, stacks on stacks of surprisingly fashionable clothes, and hauntingly large packages of ribeye steak. That’s why researching the deals ahead of time is a huge help when we’re trying not to spend our entire life savings on one Costco run. You can check your Costco’s monthly circulars, of course, but one of our favorite ways to spot the best deals is staying up to date on social media. If you’re always hunting for a bargain at Costco, these are the social media account you should be following.

1. Costco 97

Here’s a secret: at Costco, if you’re looking at an item that has a price ending in .97, that means that it’s on clearance, and likely won’t be restocked at the store when it’s sold out. You can often find the best possible deals by looking for the .97 price tag, and Costco 97 tracks those deals for you. You can check their Instagram, but their website is updated with the latest clearance items much more frequently.

2. Costco Buys

If you want to learn about some of Costco’s more unique items, this is the account to follow. Yes, we all know that you can buy like 400 rolls of toilet paper in one go at the warehouse, but what about pesto, organic falafel, bamboo salad bowls, and plant-based queso? Costco Buys features all of these products and more, including the price and item number of each product they feature so you can easily find them at your store or when you’re shopping at Costco online.

3. Costco Deals

Costco deals highlights classic Costco items that are always a low price (like their famous rotisserie chicken), as well as monthly savings, reviews of new products, and seasonal items. Scour their page to stay on top of the best Costco sale items each month.

4. Costco Does it Again

Costco Does it Again is a place where you can learn about great sales on everything from groceries to event tickets, home goods to electronics, and more. They feature a wide range of products and include the prices, so you can use them as a guide when you’re building your shopping list.

 

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