- I shop at Costco for myself — here are some of the best things to snag from the chain right now.
- Frozen fruit, multivitamins, and appliances like the Ninja Foodi blender could be good to grab.
- Note: Price and availability may vary based on location.
It comes with a tablet holder to prop your virtual class on, resistance features to achieve the perfect workout, and a one-year iFit membership.
This stationary bicycle costs $384.99 at Costco, though it can be $299 depending on the sale.
These women’s Puma sneakers are available in sizes six through 10 for $29.99.
The women’s Jones New York parka and men’s Orvis fleece-lined pullover are both $19.99.
A good rule of thumb is to look for ready-made shakes with lots of micronutrients and protein, plus a low amount of added sugar — so Premier Protein is a solid choice.
With 30 grams of protein, 1 gram of sugar, and 25 essential vitamins and minerals, this option costs $26.99 for an 18-pack.
You can also use this powder in baked goods or prepare it as a spreadable butter for sandwiches, apples, celery, and pretzels.
This 30-ounce (850.49g) container of organic peanut-butter powder costs $11.99, though is sometimes on sale for $8.99.
Kirkland’s Florida raw, unfiltered honey costs $10.89 for a 3-pound (1kg) bottle.
Kirkland’s adult multivitamins come as tasty gummies and cost $10.99 for a two-pack, though sometimes they’re on sale for $8.99.
Add them to your smoothies or shakes for a tropical touch.
A 5-pound (2kg) bag of Sun Mark’s frozen mango chunks sells for $9.99.
This Ninja Foodi power blender (plus accessories) costs $129.99 at the wholesale chain.
A 30-ounce (850.49g) bag of Cape Cod’s kettle-cooked potato chips is $6.39.