10 Kirkland Signature products you should always buy at Costco

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10 Kirkland Signature products you should always buy at Costco
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If don’t already have a membership to Costco, you are missing out on some serious money-saving opportunities! And actually, many people who are members don’t even realize just how many ways there are to save at the nation’s best warehouse club.

For $55 a year, Costco members get access to a variety of great deals, discounts and added perks — including:

  • Low-cost prescriptions
  • Discounted tickets, passes and gift cards
  • Travel discounts & rewards
  • Insurance

See the full list of perks that make a membership to Costco totally worth it.

But in addition to these extra perks, there’s something else that keeps Costco’s 85 million members coming back: the store’s own in-house brand products.

Costco’s Kirkland Signature brand offers big savings on high-quality products

Costco has focused a lot of its efforts on making sure that the company’s store brand is competitive with name brand products — by offering high-quality items at cheaper price points.

Kiplinger recently analyzed a variety of items, including consumer reviews, to come up with some of the best Kirkland Signature products you should always buy at Costco!

10 Kirkland Signature products you should always buy at Costco

1. Bacon

2. Batteries

3. Beer

4. Coffee

5. Ice cream

6. Golf balls

7. Greek yogurt

8. Olive oil

9. Salmon

10. Vodka

See more from Kiplinger here.

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Alex Thomas Sadler About the author: Alex Thomas Sadler
Alex Thomas Sadler is the Managing Editor of Clark.com and Clark Howard Digital Products. Alex is also the host of Common Cents, a new Clark.com series that makes money simple, so you can better understand and take control of your own financial life. Alex graduated from the University of Georgia with bachelor's degrees in ...Read more
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