Things You Should be Buying at Costco this Season

It’s usually all over facebook. The cursing that starts when someone spies the first Christmas tree at Costco. For me it’s a season I always look forward to, a time to stock up on some much loved favorites!

Their white tissue paper is amazeballs. Great quality, great price. This lasts us the whole year, if not more.

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Same with the cellophane wrap. A.M.A.Z.I.N.G! Be sure to get this one early, it’s always a pain to find nearer to Christmas.

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Costco’s selection of decorations is pretty good for a warehouse store. Keep your eye’s peeled to what ‘tickles your fancy’ as you can guarantee their prices will beat any around.

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Also on your rounds, keep in mind gifts you can tick off your list early. We think these yummy and cute tins of hot chocolate make a perfect, easy, and fast neighbor or co-worker gift for only $3.25 each…holler!

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Oh and the naughty one, treats galore! Prices are really really good on treats in bulk. These shortbreads usually run around $3.90 for a small pack and there must be at least 12 times the about in here for less than half the price. Again, stock up for the year, or just for the holidays.

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What are your seasonal Costco faves? Let us know if we’re missing out on something good!

6 Responses to “Things You Should be Buying at Costco this Season”

  1. Kim Says:

    They have 2 lbs. of gingersnaps in a copper tin for less than $10! The cookies are okay, but the tins are lovely.

  2. Plum Pretty Sugar Says:

    Oh how wonderful! Thank you for sharing!

    xo

    http://www.PlumPrettySugar.blogspot.com

  3. LB Says:

    Costco also carried Christmas crackers. We love popping them to find our treat, riddle, and crown inside.

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  5. Kaycee Says:

    Thanks for sharing!!! When I bought tissue paper to make pom poms for our wedding, I spend about 25 for 400 sheets… and that was the cheapest I could find! (Also it was terrible quality!) Will definitely be stocking up on tissue paper during the holiday season now, you never know when you’ll need it.

  6. Sarah Says:

    Kaycee, we used this paper for poms poms at Em’s wedding almost 5 years ago too! The price can’t be beaten, especially if you need a lot of it for projects like these. Thanks!

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