If you’re getting ready for Thanksgiving or the winter, now may be a good time to start packing some extra items into your pantry.
Costco has a great variety of items that are perfect to keep around for a while as staple items heading into the winter months. One of the best ways to boost your bank account is to grab some of the best things when they’re on sale.
So, if you’re heading to Costco this month, look out for these great deals to pack your pantry.
One of the most popular cereals around is Cheerios, and Costco has you covered with a great deal on this cereal staple.
A two-box pack is $2.20 off until Nov. 20, bringing the price down to $4.81 for the pack, or about $2.40 per box.
Raisins are the perfect snack when you’re at work or a good addition to the kids’ lunch box. Grab a whopping four pounds of Sunmaid Organic Raisins divided into resealable bags for $11.31, including a $3.30 discount until Nov. 20.
Chicken broth is a great addition to any number of recipes you may be pulling together for the Thanksgiving holiday or just to add to a warm winter meal for dinner.
Costco is offering a 12-pack of Swanson Less Sodium Chicken Broth with a $2.60 discount until Nov. 20 to get you ready for winter cooking.
Check out Costco’s deal on K-Cups if you’re one of those coffee drinkers who like a variety to choose from each morning. The warehouse retailer’s sale on Kirkland Signature K-Cups includes $6 off each pack of 120 cups for $30.99 until Nov. 20.
You can choose from Pacific Bold, Breakfast Blend, or Summit Roast flavors. Or pick up more than one to mix up your options at this cheaper price.
Pro tip: One of the best ways to fight the rising cost of groceries is to choose in-store brands like Kirkland Signature over name brands. You may be surprised at how much you save.
They may be hard to pronounce, but they’re delicious to eat. Check out the Le Chic Patissier Original Stroopwafels, which come in a pack of three for $46.79 including a $3.20 discount until Nov. 20.
The Dutch classic with caramel sandwiched between thin waffle cookies can be a yummy snack alone or with tea and coffee.
Costco has some wonderful snacks, including G.H. Cretors Popped Corn Mix. The mix includes the famous snack store’s caramel and cheese mix for $5.88, which is a $2.30 markdown until Nov. 20.
Fruit bars are a good healthy snack during the winter months, so stock up on the Pure Organic Layered Fruit Bars for $9.99 including a $4.10 discount until Nov. 20.
The bars come in a 28-count variety pack that includes raspberry lemonade, pineapple passionfruit, and strawberry banana flavors.
There’s nothing quite like a hot cup of cocoa on cool fall nights. Costco’s 50-count pack of Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa Mix comes in a yummy milk-chocolate flavor for $5.69, which includes a $2.40 discount until Nov. 20.
Try something a little different with Mrs. Thinster's Dark Chocolate Coconut Cookie Thins. The cookies — which are $8.39 with a $3.30 discount until Nov. 20 — feature thin coconut cookies with a layer of dark chocolate on the bottom to give them delicious crispiness.
Lindt Lindor is well known for its confectionery delights, including its Lindt Lindor Chocolate Truffles. Costco has marked these delicious treats down to $12.99 with a $3.20 discount until Nov. 20.
The assorted pack comes with five different flavors that are sure to please any sweet tooth.
Kids need to keep up on their vitamins in the winter months, particularly to help them combat germs that always spread in the later months of the year. Stock up on L'il Critters Gummy Vites for $13.37, which includes a $3 discount until Nov. 20, to help your little ones stay healthy.
Remember to check your wallet for the top credit cards for Costco, and keep in mind that the retailer may restrict which cards it accepts. Then head out and enjoy your winter savings at Costco.