Eight Costco groceries will be discontinued this winter, including a family treat worth 62 cents each
Many popular Costco treats will soon be a thing of the past, according to an Instagram account dedicated to tracking the discounter.
Costcobffs is filled with Costco content ranging from food reviews to new item announcements.
Costcobffs led its more than 60,000 followers at a Costco business center in San Francisco to allegedly soon-to-be-expired items.
Costco Business Centers are a larger type of Costco that cater to small businesses that want to purchase products in even larger quantities than are offered at regular Costcos, but any member can shop there.
At this center, each item has a price tag ending in 0.97, indicating it will be gone soon and not back in stock.
Many seasonal items are discontinued once their occasion is over, but these products have year-round appeal, which adds to the mystery of why they may soon be off the shelves.
While these products may be discontinued at this Costco Business Center soon, availability may vary by location.
1. Pigeon vanilla ice cream with milk chocolate bars
These Dove Ice Cream Bars sold at the Business Center for a clearance price of $8.97.
While the entire bundle cost nearly $9, the price per bar is just under 75 cents, making them perfect for either stocking up or reselling.
2. M&M Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches 24 pack
Dove isn’t the only major brand with an ice cream treat that looks set to be discontinued soon.
A bulk pack of these cookie sandwiches sold for $14.97, meaning each sandwich costs a delicious 62 cents.
3. Bequet Celtic Sea Salt Caramel
These specially wrapped treats are slightly more expensive than their ice cream counterparts on this list.
A Six Count package was $17.97, just under $3 per package.
Other treats and meals will be discontinued soon
Here are the other foods highlighted by Costcobffs:
4. Highkey Mini Cookies: Pack of eight for $4.97
5. Taylor Farms Salad Bowls: Bundle of four Chicken Caesar Bowls for $7.97, Everything Avocados Bowls, and Dill Pickle Crunch Bowls for $6.97
6. Amylu Cranberry Meatballs: $4.97 for 46 ounces
7. Bom Bombs Coca Bombs: $14.97 for a pack of 20
8th. Ocean’s Halo Organic Sushi Nori: $8.97 for a pack of five
More pricing tips from Costco
While a price ending in 97 may mean an item will be discontinued at Costco soon, other price codes might be considered.
According to TikTok channel Step, an item with a price ending in 49 means it’s a special manufacturer contract, while an asterisk means the item will definitely not be restocked.
Meanwhile, a price ending in a round zero means the store manager has discounted the item and wants to sell it as soon as possible.
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