10 All-Time Favorite Costco Products

A trip to Costco is a guaranteed way to brighten anyone’s day (hello food samples), but with so many aisles it can be a confusing maze to navigate. To help narrow down your list, here are our editors' and readers' go-to products and services that you can't miss out on.


Kirkland Signature Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

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“I don’t live near Costco, but this 1 liter balsamic has lasted me an entire year, so that hasn’t been a problem! It’s my go-to salad dressing and I love using it to add some flavor to grilled veggies—a definite pantry staple.” —Priyanka Aribindi, associate social media editor

To buy: $37; costco.com.


A Mortgage

“My house! We got a 3 percent fixed rate for 30 years on our mortgage through Costco.” —Racheal K., reader from Facebook

To buy: Visit the store for details.


Cheese Danish

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“I drive three hours away to Colorado Springs, the closest Costco to where I live, to get them. Even did that trip the week before my son was born last month!” —Alex G., reader from Facebook

To buy: price varies; costco.com.


Spa Finder Gift Cards

“I get two $50 ones for $80. And the spa I go to every month takes them, so I basically get $20 free!” —Cami C., reader from Facebook

To buy: $80 for two, costco.com.


Kirkland Signature AllerClear

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“After complaining about chronic sinus infections, an old coworker gifted me a bottle of this, saying that he had the same problem and this was the cure. Though it’s just generic Claritin, having a year supply’s worth of allergy pills means I won’t run out of my medicine, forget to buy more, and get another sinus infection. And the best part? At only three cents a pill, it surely beats buying it at a drugstore, where a 10-pack of generic pills usually hovers around $7.” —Liz Steelman, editorial assistant

To buy: $12; costco.com.


Utz Organic Pretzel Rings

“My fiancé and I never leave Costco without a tub of the Multigrain Utz Organic Pretzel Rings. They are always crunchy and light and the perfect grab-and-go snack.” —Stephanie Sisco, home editor

To buy: $15; in stores at Costco.


Neutrogena Rainbath Shower Gel

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“This leaves you feeling moisturized instead of stripped like some body washes can make you feel. One of my biggest pet peeves is buying a scented wash that doesn’t leave a fragrance on you. Luckily, the spicy floral scent lasts throughout the day and isn’t overpowering.” —Hannah Norling, assistant producer

To buy: $17; costco.com.


93-inch Plush Bear

“Do I really need to explain why I love an 8-foot tall teddy bear? I feel like it’s pretty self-explanatory.” —Jerry Leu, video director

To buy: price varies; seasonal item at Costco.


Neutrogena Make-Up Remover Facial Towelettes

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“The giant box of Neutrogena makeup remover towelettes. It’s a product my daughter and I use every single day and we save a fortune by buying them at Costco!” —Jessica C., reader from Facebook

To buy: $15 (114-count); costco.com.



“⛽️ gas.”—Shana H., reader from Facebook