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The best thing about Costco is spending your day walking up and down the aisles and coming across a cool, new product you’ve never tried or one that you’ve heard all about. But the choices and large influx of people can be overwhelming, so Slickdeals is here to help by scouring the warehouse and compiling some of the best items that have garnered a lot of social media buzz. Keep an eye out for these items on your next Costco run!
Disclaimer: Not all products on this list will be available at all Costco locations, and they will vary store-by-store. Call ahead to see if your local store carries these items.

1. For Your Next Cookout: Chef Roy Choi’s Kogi Korean BBQ Sauce

First item on our list is celebrity chef Roy Choi’s new Kogi Korean BBQ sauce. The co-star of the Netflix series The Chef Show has a tasty marinade selling for only a limited time at Costcos in the California area. It’s made with rice wine, sesame, apple and pear, and you can use it to cook with pork, chicken, beef and other types of meat. Plus, there are a ton of recipes on Chef Choi’s website in case you want a detailed breakdown of how to make the most out of this delicious sauce.


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2. Stylish #Costcofind: Levi Corduroy Puffer Jacket

We’re in the thick of winter, so it’s the perfect time to get these Levi Corduroy Puffer Jackets that everyone is raving about on social media. The colors come in a very stylish red, green or black. And for only around $37, you can get the jacket for everyone in the family. It’s very popular, so fingers crossed that you can nab one in time and impress your friends.

@cowgirlynikki7774 RUN NOT WALK TO COSTCO RN!! These jackets are selling out super fast! I bought a black one for myself and green for my bestie!! #costcofinds #corduroyjacket #foryoupage #fyp ♬ original sound – Nicole🦋Limon

3. Healthy Ramen: Nongshim Soon Veggie Noodle Soup

Nongshim Soon Veggie Noodle Soup

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Another healthy #CostcoFind of ours is this vegan brand of ramen noodles made by the Nongshim Korean brand. It’s called Soon Veggie Noodle Soup with zero grams of trans fat, and it’s as easy as making regular ramen without feeling super bloated or like you consumed your week’s worth of salt intake. Perfect for those who want to indulge in a hot bowl of noodles and watch their calories.

4. Cutest #CostcoFind: Squishmallows

Costco has been selling these adorable Squishmallows that are a perfect gift for all ages, especially for the little ones. For around 20 bucks, you can surprise your kids (or yourself) with Costco’s Squishmallows that come in various designs like a koala, a unicorn, Hello Kitty or even Baby Yoda. Be careful passing by these plushy toys because you might end up filling your whole cart with them.

@costcoaisles #hellokittysquishmallows#costco #costcofinds#costcodeals #costcoaisles#costcoguide #costcotiktok#fyp#squishmallows #hellokitty#squishmallowfinds ♬ Levitating – Dua Lipa

5. Shake Up the Family Dinner: Japanese Wagyu A5 Meat

Costco rarely disappoints when it comes to groceries and food. These amazing cuts of fine Japanese wagyu meats are available at Costco, whether you want ribeye, tenderloin, sirloin or filet mignons. If you don’t know, wagyu is a breed of Japanese cattle, and A5 is the highest quality grade given in the country’s rating system for these kinds of meat. It’s impressive that Costco carries these products, but keep in mind that for this quality of steak, you’re going to pay a pretty penny. It’ll be worth it, though, when you cook the meat and it melts in your mouth over dinner with your family.


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6. Colorful Sweets for Valentine’s Day: Assorted Miniature KitKats Flavors

If you go to your local Costco, you may find these huge bags of 160 miniature KitKats, and they’re not just ordinary KitKats with only the plain milk chocolate flavor. The KitKats come in pink for strawberry creme and white for white creme, which are just as delicious if not more in my humble opinion. These are perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s Day season and easy to throw into a big bowl at home or as a treat for your children’s lunches. Keep a big stock of them because you’ll find yourself at the bottom of the bag sooner than later!

7. Surprise Your Special Someone: Valentine’s Day Flowers

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Though we’re quickly approaching February, many people forget that you can get the perfect arrangement of flowers and even free delivery from Costco. 50-stem rose bouquets start at just $43. There are various colors with the red, pink, yellow, lavender, white and more. Pre-order now so you don’t forget, but set a reminder for yourself that the last day to do so is on February 9th.

8. Upgrade Your Home Workplace: Tresanti Standing Desk

Are you tired of sitting at your home desk all day? And when you get up, you feel all the aches and pain? Costco is selling these clean-looking standing desks by Tresanti that come with everything you need to make your workday a success: easy height adjustment, USB ports, storage drawer and a wireless charging dock. With more and more studies on the health benefits of standing up while working, do your body a favor and grab yourself one of these bad boys at your local Costco.

@costcoguide Do you prefer to sit or stand at your desk? #costco #costcoinsider #costcofinds #workfromhome ♬ Work From Home – Alani Allen & Various Artists

9. The Perfect Healthy Dip: Bitchin’ Sauce

The Bitchin’ Sauce (excuse our language) is hands down one of the best dips I’ve tried, and there are so many flavors available at Costco. There’s chipotle, green onion, spinach artichoke, roasted green chile & pepita and a lot more others. Of course, you can use it to spice up your chips, but it also makes any vegetable taste scrumptious. Bitchin’ Sauce is gluten free, non-GMO, vegan and it’s made with almonds, so you get an amazing taste without feeling like you’re over-indulging.


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10. Ease Your Worry: Pendleton Weighted Blanket

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With all the stress of the outside world, work and family obligations, it can be hard to calm the mind and body when you’re trying to go to bed. If you’ve had issues with anxiety or just need to have a little less stress in your life, Costco is selling these very comfortable 20-pound Pendleton weighted blankets for $89.99. They help improve your mood and your sleep, so you wake up feeling refreshed and ready to tackle another day.

11. Upgrade Your Face Mask: N95 Face Masks

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For those who kept up with the latest news regarding the pandemic, studies have reported that N95 face masks are the best kinds of masks to prevent getting the latest Covid-19 strain. So, it’s great news to hear that Costco now has them in stock for only $24.99. The box comes with 20 masks that are foldable and come with an adjustable nose wire. Add these to your shopping list and pick yourself up a box or two during your next Costco run!
For more Costco-related shopping tips, check out our articles on the 37 best things to buy at Costco and the full breakdown of the current Costco coupon book, which includes more ways to save at your favorite warehouse if you have a Costco membership.



Jin Rhee

For the past decade, Jin Rhee has been a content writer with expertise in comedy, sports, and technology. Besides finding the best deals, Jin Rhee enjoys keeping up with the latest current events and the ongoing NBA bubble.