Costco’s Latest Sale Includes These 8 Major Deals – Eat This Not That
It’s not even the new year yet, but a major supermarket chain is already rolling out its first big savings of 2022. Costco just put tons of items on sale, including clothing, electronics, home, jewelry, supplements and, of course, food.
In the final days of 2021, the warehouse is offering deals on everything from coffee to pancake mix. Here are the best culinary discoveries from the Members-Only Savings event, which runs from December 30, 2021 to January 23 Next year.
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This cafe favorite is an item that goes on sale a few times a year. For this savings event, Breakfast Blend, Pacific Blend, and Summit Roast boxes are $6 off in warehouses and online. They each include 120 K-Cup pods, and if you buy them from a warehouse, each is less than a quart (original store price is $34.99).
The same offer applies to online purchases, but the price is higher via this route. Originally $37.99, the deal brings the cost of each box down to $31.99 online.
This two-bag box of 10-ounce crackers is on sale for $3.30 off in warehouses and online for the first month of the new year. The deal lowers the sticker price to less than $9, or about $4.34 a bag, which is lower than what they sell at other popular grocery stores like Kroger and Target.
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If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to increase your protein intake, Costco makes it easy to stick to your plans. Pure Protein bars are on sale for $5 off in warehouses and online during the Member’s Only Savings event. The 23-bar packs include the following flavors: 10 Peanut Butter Chocolates, six Chewy Chocolate Chips, and six Deluxe Chocolates. The online offer brings the total down to $17.99, less than $0.80 a bar.
This 24-pack of small bags of 12 chocolate chip bites and 12 mixed berry granola bites is $3 off. The offer is only available inside warehouses, where the listed price is usually $9.99 (but now likely $6.99). It’s a significantly cheaper deal than Walmart’s option.—which is $24.99.
Although the lower price is new, members have been showering this snack with love for some time. After Costco Instagram accounts @costcobuys and @costcohotfinds posted about the granola minis over the summer, the photos garnered thousands of likes from fans.
Summer is a long way off, but these boxes of 30 individual packets of potato chips look like they’re ready for camp. If you love baked snacks, now is the time to stock up, because this assortment of fries from Frito-Lay is $4 off in warehouses and online.
Each package includes seven bags of Baked Original Lay’s, seven bags of Baked Crunchy Cheese Cheetos, seven bags of Baked Cheddar & Sour Cream Ruffles, five bags of Baked Barbecue Lay’s and four bags of Baked Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Offer is $11.99 online, but price may be different in-store.
Other crispy snack bags are available now at a lower price, but these Green Pea Snack Crisps are one of the best deals to take advantage of. The 20-ounce bags typically go for $8.99 online, but currently cost $2.90 onsite or in warehouses.
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This bundle of members-only items doesn’t just include snacks, these green chilies are also included. The 40-ounce jars, which typically cost around $5, are currently on sale for $2.60 off at Costco warehouses nationwide.
With this deal, all the breads, curries, salsas, stir-fries and other dishes you make at home will be cheaper in the long run. Speaking of which, if you need recipe inspiration, how about a recipe for Slow Cooker Green Chili Pork Soup or Quinoa Green Chili Cheddar Burgers with Salad southwestern broccoli?
Breakfast is covered for a while with the 4.5 pounds of flapjack and waffle mix included in this box. Enjoy $3.50 off through January 23 on Kodiak’s High Protein Blend at warehouses and Costco.com. Online, the deal brings the total price to just over $10. However, buying it in person will cost you less.
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