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12 Costco Fan Favorites That Are on Sale Until the End of This Month

The new CostcoDeals "hot buys" just went live. Here are the goodies to grab this week!

If you're busy soaking up these sweet days of summer, the week's grocery list and meal planning might have just gotten easier. CostcoDeals has just published their "hot buys" for this final week of July (slow down, summer!). They've got your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks covered.

Keep reading to check out the 12 Costco buys that are on sale in-warehouse (with some available online) to streamline your week. (Editor's note: Some images may differ slightly from the actual products at Costco, though we aimed to meet the closest representation.)

1

Costco Strawberry Filled Croissants

Yes! To start off your grocery list with a beloved treat, Costco croissants are $6.99 this week—that's a dollar off, for a pack of six. (Also, read up on The One Costco Bakery Hack Everyone Should Know About.)

2

Gold Kiwi

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Reading What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Kiwi will make you want to snag these gold kiwis at Costco for a dollar off, with no limit.

3

Beef Bulgogi

Costco beef bulgogi
Courtesy of Costco

If your palate's been longing for something adventurous, this Korean dish, whose name is said to mean "fire meat," could be worth a buy. This week it's $4 off per package, with no limit.

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4

Pork Loin Rib and Pork Chops

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This week, Costco's got pork loin rib and pork chops for $3 off, with no limit. If you get them, try this recipe for Breaded Air Fryer Pork Chops.

5

Suhki's ABF Chicken Tikka Masala

chicken tikka masala in bowls
Courtesy of Pinch of Yum

Dinner's done with some basmati rice and a 36-ounce package of this chicken tikka masala for $10.99—that's almost 30% off the regular price of $14.99. (After all, Indian food was recently found to increase happiness.)

6

Royal Asia Vegetable Spring Rolls

box of frozen vegetable spring rolls

Here's a deal: A 50-count pack of these spring rolls with edamame is $6.99 (that's $3 off), with a limit of 10.

7

Pierre Signatures Angus Cheeseburger

pierre signatures frozen angus cheeseburgers box

Usually $14.99, an eight-pack of these ready-to-eat, microwavable burgers is marked down to $10.99 this week.

RELATED: 6 Easy Burger Recipes You Need to Try This Summer

8

Nesquik Chocolate Powder

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Nesquik contains 11 grams of added sugar per two-tablespoon serving, but, this is one way to get some vitamins, minerals, and possibly calcium in, for families who drink dairy. Nesquik Chocolate Powder is $2 off this week, for $4.99 (limit of five).

One thing you just might want to read? Some experts suggest dairy has become a bigger allergy threat than nuts for little ones.

9

Peet's Organic French Roast Ground Coffee

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A 32-ounce bag of Peet's Organic French Roast Ground Coffee is discounted by $4.50 this week, on sale for 11.99.

However, if you're more of a Peet's decaf drinker, don't miss Decaf Coffee Still Contains This Harmful Chemical, Experts Warn.

10

Pringles Grab & Go Variety

Pringles may not be the healthiest beach-bag snack, but few can argue that they're not a classic. These 36-count flavor boxes of Pringles Grab & Go (featuring original, sour cream & onion, and cheddar flavors) are $4 off for $11.99, with a limit of seven.

RELATED: The Most Popular Junk Food in America, New Data Shows

11

Izze Sparkling Lemonade

honey lemonade soda
Courtesy of Nourished Kitchen

Just as Pringles are timeless, so is a summer lemonade. We especially like Izze Sparkling Lemonade for its zero added sugars. A 24-pack containing original and blackberry flavors is currently $10.49 after $4.50 off in-warehouse.

RELATED: One Major Side Effect of Drinking Lemonade, Says Science

12

Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker Kit

Courtesy of Costco.com

Currently $149.99 (that's 25% off the regular price of $199.99), the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker Kit—which is wifi enabled so you can control and monitor your meal, wherever you are—is a kitchen tool that could come in handy not only in summer, but all year round.

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Krissy Gasbarre
Krissy is a senior news editor at <em>Eat This, Not That!</em>, managing morning and weekend news related to nutrition, wellness, restaurants and groceries (with a focus on beverages), and more. Read more