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15 Foods I’m Buying in the Costco Ad This Month

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Each month, Costco comes out with a coupon book full of exciting deals, and this month’s Costco ad is no different. You really save more when you shop their sales ad, which is basically their monthly coupon book.

If you’re wondering about the best Costco grocery deals of the month, I went to my local warehouse and compiled a list for you. These savings are only valid through June 9, so make sure to stop by before then if any of these finds caught your eye.

1. Late July Organic Sea Salt & Lime Tortilla Chips – $4.69

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Late July is one of my favorite brands at Costco. Their better-for-you salty snacks are delicious and come in perfect-for-sharing-sized bags. Lime tortilla chips are also one of my favorite snacks of all time, so I felt like I’d struck gold when I found this massive 1.3-lb bag for just $4.69.

It usually retails for $6.79, but until June 9, you can snag this snack for $2.10 less than the regular price. Pair these with salsa and guacamole, eat them plain, or use them as a base for nachos. Summer is the best time to enjoy these tangy, salty chips.

2. Sukhi’s Antibiotic-Free Chicken Coconut Curry with Mango – $10.99

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Sukhi’s is another brand at Costco I’ve always had good luck with. Their ready-made Indian meals always have just the right amount of spice and are ready in a few minutes. I can’t say with 100% certainty, but I believe the chicken in this meal is pre-cooked, meaning it’s only a quick trip to the microwave away from being ready to eat.

This Chicken Coconut Curry usually costs $14.99, but with this month’s special price, you’ll save $4. The package comes with two protein-packed pouches, so each meal is just around $5.50.

3. Amylu Organic Caramelized Onion & Aged White Cheddar Chicken Burgers – $10.99

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Crack open those grills; it’s BBQ season! These fully cooked Amylu chicken burgers from Costco take out the guesswork and worry of undercooked meat so you can focus on getting the perfect char on these patties.

These are filled with bits of caramelized onion and aged white cheddar, giving them a little something special that you won’t find in most other premade patties. These are also gluten-free, making them a great option for anyone who doesn’t eat red meat or gluten. If you don’t have a grill, you can easily cook these up on the stove, too!

4. Nongshim Udon Premium Noodle Soup – $13.89

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These Nongshim Udon Premium Noodle Soup boxes from Costco come with six separate bowls of soup. This month’s coupon book gives you $5.70 off the regular price of $19.59. That’s a pretty hefty markdown, meaning you’ll pay a little over $2 per bowl.

These noodle bowls don’t have big chunks of veggies inside, so it’s up to you to customize them with meat, soft-boiled eggs, or vegetables as you see fit. I’ve gotten these from Costco before, and I lovehow soft and chewy the noodles are.

5. Tropical Fields Organic Crispy Coconut Rolls – $5.59

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Usually priced at $7.99, these Organic Crispy Coconut Rolls are just $5.59 in this month’s Costco sales ad. They’re gluten-free and dairy-free and made with roasted black sesame seeds for a toasty, complex flavor profile.

If you like the taste of coconut and sesame, these are a fun snack to munch on when you don’t want anything too filling. They’re similar to baton wafer cookies from Trader Joe’s but without the filling.

6. Snack Factory Organic Pretzel Chips – $4.99

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You can grab this huge bag of Pretzel Crisps for just $4.99 at Costco this month. I dip these in everything from peanut butter to hummus, so buying them in bulk makes sense for me. You can even make your own chocolate-covered pretzels at home with these.

There are a bunch of different Snack Factory Pretzel Crisp flavors out there, but only the original is on sale this month. Fingers crossed, the Buffalo flavor (their best flavor of all time) will be available in bulk soon!

7. Deebee’s Organics Superfruit Organic Freezie Pops – 6.99

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I’d venture to say that freezie pops were part of most of our childhoods. These sold at Costco are a better-for-you version than the ones I had as a kid, but they look just as refreshing. Made with fruit puree, real fruit juice, and all organic ingredients, each pack comes with 35 freezer pops.

You can choose between Strawberry Lemon, Mango Orange, and Blueberry Pomegranate. These usually go for $9.99 but are on sale for $6.99 this month.

8. KIND Nut Bars – $12.39

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This hefty variety pack of KIND bars means you’re getting three of the brand’s best sellers in one. Each box comes with 10 Dark Chocolate Nuts & Sea Salt bars, 6 Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Bars, and 6 Caramel Almond & Sea Salt bars.

KIND bars are an easy snack to pack for hiking or to put in your purse if you need a pick-me-up during a long day. Warning, though – these melt pretty easily, so try not to leave them in your car on hot days this summer, or you’ll end up with a messy (but still delicious) snack!

9. Melona Ice Bars – $9.49

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These rectangle-shaped Melona Ice Bars come in a variety pack of three different flavors – Strawberry, Melon, and Mango. Each box comes with 24 popsicles and is currently on sale for $9.49, which is $3.50 less than the regular price.

These fruity yet creamy pops are a fun, summery dessert option that is perfect to bring out at a pool party. Or you can pack them in a cooler and bring some to the beach!

10. Kevin’s Paleo Cilantro Lime Chicken – $10.99

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Kevin’s Cilantro Lime Chicken is currently on sale at Costco for $10.99. Each pack contains chicken breast strips in a bright chimichurri sauce, which can be ready in just 5 minutes. For the price, you’re getting a very generous helping of chicken.

These pre-cooked chicken strips make meal prepping a breeze. I think they’d be delicious in an at-home burrito bowl when paired with some minute rice, guacamole, corn, pico de gallo, sour cream, and a squeeze of lime for a quick and healthy dinner.

11. Pringles Grab & Go Variety Pack – 16.99

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Variety is the spice of life, so why not spice up your snack options? For $16.99, you’ll get 36 cans of Pringles in their three most popular flavors: Cheddar, Original, and Sour cream & Onion. This usually sells for $21.99, which is still a great deal.

These are great for packing in your kids’ lunchboxes as a mid-day snack. Since they’re individually wrapped, they’ll likely have a long shelf life. Just be sure to check the best-by date if you plan on storing these for a while.

12. Lotus Bakeries Biscoff Cookies – $5.99

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Biscoff cookies are a type of crispy, crunchy cookie popular in Europe. They have a warm, slightly spicy flavor, sort of like gingerbread. If you’ve ever had cookie butter, this is the sweet used to make it.

You can get a huge 35 oz box of Lotus Biscoff Cookies for just $5.99 at Costco right now. I love eating these on their own or dipping them in tea, but they’re also great as a cheesecake crust. You can even easily make your own cookie butter with these using coconut oil and golden syrup.

13. Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers – $6.99

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We all know Cheez-Its, and most of us love them. These toasty, cheesy crackers have been a popular sandwich companion for decades. This month, Costco sells a jumbo box of them (which contains two regular-sized bags inside) for just $6.99 instead of the regular $9.99 price. If your family is a big fan of Cheez-It’s, now’s the time to stock up!

14. General Mills Triple Pack Assortment – $5.99

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Three of the most popular cereals in the US are Cookie Crisp, Cocoa Puffs, and Golden Grahams. General Mills decided to give Costco shoppers what they truly wanted and is now selling triple-pack boxes with all three types of cereal inside.

Each cereal comes in its own bag, so there’s no mixing (although that would probably taste pretty good), and you can open up each bag one at a time to prevent staleness. You can get this three-in-one cereal pack for just $5.99, which is $2.40 off the regular price.

15. THINaddictives Mango Coconut Almond – $7.49

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I’m finishing this month’s Costco coupon finds with these Mango & Coconut Almond Thin Cookies. One big box goes for $7.49 right now, and there are three packs of 25 inside each box.

These are technically cookies, but many people say they’re more like crackers. There’s a sweet mango and coconut flavor along with slivers of almond. These cookies are sweet enough without tasting overly sugary, and the mix of all three flavors makes for a tropical-tasting treat. They could also be good with some mango salsa if you want to take a sweet-and-salty route.

About the Author

Samantha Jenkins is a food writer and digital marketing manager with a passion for storytelling, perusing grocery store aisles, reading menus, and eating really good food.

In her free time, she enjoys baking, performing in musicals, and cohosting the East Coast Haunts podcast.

May 21, 2024