Birkenstocks Are Back in Stock at Costco & They’re Majorly Discounted

When we’re looking for the best deal in town, there’s only one place we head to: Costco. The warehouse retailer is easily one of our favorite discount stores for so many reasons. A Costco membership not only gets you amazing food deals, but you can score tons of luxurious beauty products for dirt cheap and score a surprising amount of health benefits too. But today, we’d like to bring to your attention one of the best deals we’ve ever seen at Costco and your feet are about to jump for joy.

Birkenstocks are one of the comfiest pairs of sandals on the market, but they come with a steep price tag. Unless, of course, you have a Costco membership. Instagram account @Costcodeals spotted these sandals on Costco’s website and the price almost sounds too good to be true.

These sandals originally were on sale way back in February but they quickly sold out. Luckily, Costco just restocked the Gizeh style and they’re almost half off! If you wanted to buy these sandals at a different retailer, you’d be dropping at least $100 but at Costco, they are only $59.99 and that includes shipping and handling! They are selling fast and lots of sizes are already sold out so if you’ve been eyeing a pair, don’t wait too long to add them to your shopping cart. The Arizona style is still out of stock but we’ll update this space as soon as they become available again.

If you haven’t gotten on the Costco train yet, this is your chance. Sign up for one here.

These haven’t been spotted in stores yet but we’re keeping our eyes open and will update you if they do become available in stores as well.

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A version of this article was originally published February 2020. 

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