Costco shoppers get used to seeking out their old favorites — a juicy rotisserie chicken, a pallet of paper towels, enough coffee to fuel an entire dorm. But because the warehouse club’s selection is so huge, it’s easy to forget that Costco adds new products all the time.
There’s no reason to skip over the classic Costco items, but why not scoop up something new? Here’s a look at some of the items that are new to Costco in February 2023.
They are all available now unless otherwise noted, although some products are sold only online or only in warehouses.
Bolster pet bed
Your family’s furry friend needs a comfortable place to snuggle, and this Kirkland Signature pet bed might be just the place. It comes in your choice of four colors, and features a removable foam cushion and removable machine-washable cover. Pawsome!
February’s not an ideal month for outdoor exercise in many parts of the country, so this rowing machine might be the next-best thing. It comes with an integrated shelf for a tablet, 24 digital levels of resistance and a 30-day membership to iFIT, an interactive fitness app.
As the name suggests, this striking retro-style Coleman Steel-Belted Cooler isn’t one of those Styrofoam containers that falls apart mid-trip. The steel, 54-quart container is large enough to hold 85 cans and tall enough to hold 2-liter bottles upright. Plus, it doubles as a place to sit, supporting up to 250 pounds.
Storage bowl set
Leftovers will look better in these colorful stoneware storage bowls. The six bowls in the set are chip-resistant and come with vented lids, and it’s all dishwasher-safe.
Freshwater pearl earrings
Class up any outfit with these simple and subtle freshwater cultured pearl earrings. The pearls measure 7 to 7.5 mm, and the push posts are 14-karat white gold.
Larger earrings are also available, with pearls measuring 8 to 8.5 mm.
Stock up the bathroom with this five-pack of Oral-B battery-powered toothbrushes. Choose from soft or medium bristles. Each pack comes with a variety of colors, so there’s no possibility of mixing up which brush belongs to whom.
Shoe and coat storage bench
Is your home’s entry cluttered with necessities? Straighten up with this classic shoe bench and hall tree, which keeps purses, boots and other items from piling up right where everyone walks. Choose from white, gray or brown wood, and consider a variety of other sizes and styles.
Brighten up your wardrobe with this Mario Serrani tunic top. The lightweight V-neck top come in two floral styles, and in sizes from extra-small to 3X.
Deal alert: If you plan to buy several pieces of clothing or pairs of shoes from Costco soon, consider buying them on the retailer’s website. Currently, if you buy five to nine qualifying clothing or shoe items online (which include this tunic), you will save $20 total; buy 10 or more such items, and you will save $50.
A tale of mixed-up lives
Jojo Moyes’ new novel, “Someone Else’s Shoes,” focuses on how one little mix-up can change everything. Nisha Cantor is losing her marriage and her wealth, and when struggling Sam Kemp mistakenly ends up with Nisha’s gym bag (and her pricey Christian Louboutin shoes), both of their lives will never be the same.
The novel will be available in Costco warehouses once it’s published on Feb. 7.