Costco has long been at the front of the pack of big-box retailers consistently featuring mega savings, and the Washington-headquartered company with around 800 stores worldwide isn’t backing down. The chain that has over 100 million cardholders has unveiled a trove of new products, with prices so low they stand to beat out offerings from chief competitors like Walmart and Amazon.
Here’s a look at some of the latest items now available at Costco, and why they’re fantastic deals whether you’re shopping for the holidays or just shopping in general!
JBU Ladies’ Bella Duck Boot: $44.99
A pair of good winter boots at a reasonable price is hard to come by, but Costco has you (and your toes) covered with the JBU Ladies’ Bella Duck Boot, priced at $44.99. Similar boots go for at least double that price at vendors like L.L Bean and DSW.
Warm, cuddly and adorable, this collection may already be considered on sale at Costco. At Carter’s, you can find a similar set for $18.
Once you get a good sound system, there’s no going back, so it’s best not to be too stingy on these devices; that said, you can easily overspend. Similar products retail for as much as $449.99 at BestBuy — nearly double what the Sony Extra Bass High Power Audio System goes for at Costco.
This quilted down mattress starts at $84.99 at Costco — significantly less than it goes for at stores like Bed Bath & Beyond.
Being something you step on every day, it’s rather surprising that rugs can be so expensive. Costco’s Feizy Jewel Area Rug or Runner in blue or silver is a great budget option for decking the halls. Rugs made by the same brand go for far higher at other retailers.
Metal Tree Color – Silver: $49.99
Christmas tree bases and protectors are one of those fees you might not be expecting when you buy your tree, but they are important. Costco sells this metal tree collar for $50 — $20 less than a similar tree collar retails for at Crate & Barrel.
Floral arrangements don’t last very long, but they can be astonishingly expensive. At Costco, you can pre-order decadent pieces such as this Festival of Lights Arrangement for $45.99 — including the vase. You likely won’t find a better deal at mainstream flower vendors — especially not if you’re sending the arrangement out as a holiday gift.
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