The Best Costco Sales You Should Take Advantage of Between Now and June 16

published Jun 1, 2019
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Is it just us or do you always miss the announcements of new Costco sales? They never seem to start on the same day — sometimes it’s the first of the month, sometimes it’s the 22nd?!? We just realized that there’s a new crop of sales — good through June 16 while supplies last — and got super excited to look through the offerings. Here are some of the sales we’re most excited about this time around.

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Summer is basically here. And if you don’t already have a fan in your kitchen, you’re going to want to get one. You know, so that you don’t faint at the thought of turning on your oven. And because you can’t normally use coupons (looking at you, Bed Bath & Beyond) on Dyson products, this deal is definitely worth considering.

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2. Suja Organic Cold-Pressed Juices, $7.59 (normally $11.59) for six

Some Kitchn editors and writers say that the deals on the cold-pressed juices at Costco are the single best things that make their membership fees worth it. So when they’re on sale on TOP of the already low prices… watch out.

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3. Ninja Professional Blender, $50 (normally $70)

If your family loves smoothies, this should help keep everyone happy. It’s got an extra-large pitcher (72 ounces!) and pulverizes ice and frozen fruit pretty quickly. And it’s just $50!

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4. Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese, $5.89 per pound (normally $8.89)

It’s no secret that we love Kerrygold butter around here, but we don’t get to talk about the brand’s Dubliner Cheese all that much. It’s an aged cheese that’s slightly sweet. We recommend slicing it up for toast, grating it into a baked potato or into pasta. Or you know, eating it on its own.

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5. Drumsticks, $7.50 (normally $10) for 16

Some ice cream prices make us want to scream! At less than 50 cents each, this cool classic becomes a totally affordable daily treat.

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How smart is this cookware set?! It was designed specifically to stack and nest — the company says it takes up 30 percent less cabinet space, but we think that number should be way higher. And it’s just as functional as it is smart; thanks to a three-layer nonstick interior, the pans heat up quickly and evenly and won’t scratch too easily.

What are you getting on sale at Costco these first few weeks of June?