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 May 2022.
They are all available now unless otherwise noted, although some products are sold only online or only in warehouses.
1. Giordano’s stuffed pizza
You don’t have to hit the Windy City to enjoy Giordano’s famous pizza. Stock your freezer with this pack of three frozen deep-dish stuffed pizzas — one cheese, one pepperoni and one sausage – and you’ll be rooting for the Cubs and White Sox in no time.
2. Outdoor planter
Get ready to bloom this spring and summer with this classic, minimalist outdoor planter. Crafted from sustainably sourced cedar with an adjustable false bottom, it’s the perfect place to start a backyard bunch of herbs, vegetables or flowers.
There’s also a larger version — which measures about 5 feet in length, compared with the smaller one’s 39 inches — if your gardening dreams are more ambitious.
Deal alert: Both sizes of planter are on sale through May 26, while supplies last: The smaller is $25 off and the larger is $40 off.
3. Women’s Americana T-shirts
Here’s your new simple but striking outfit for the Fourth of July: The black T-shirt says “USA” in — what else? — red, white and blue letters. Other variations include a red shirt that says “Stars and Stripes,” a blue shirt that displays the American flag and a white shirt that proclaims you were “Made in the USA.”
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 qualifying clothing or shoe items online (which include these tops), you will save $20 total; buy 10 or more such items, and you will save $50.
4. Dog backpack
Students wear backpacks, so why not dogs? This Kurgo Baxter dog backpack lets your pooch share the load when you’re off on a hike. It’s lightweight, adjustable and features ergonomic spine support to keep Fido comfortable on the trail.
5. Label maker
Whether you’re labeling jars of flour and sugar in the kitchen, file folders in the office or personal-care items in the bathroom, this Brother P-Touch Label Maker will make your job easier. You can print up to two lines of text per label, and even save up to five of your most-used labels for faster printing.
6. Pfaltzgraff dining set
Does your table-setting style need a refresh? This elegant Pfaltzgraff Joanne 16-piece dinnerware set is a simple, timeless pattern that comes in either light blue or cream. It includes four each of:
- Dinner plates
- Salad plates
- Cereal bowls
7. Storage tent
Sometimes, you want to cover valuables or outdoor equipment without the hassle of building a shed. This Apollo Tidy Tent sets up in minutes and will cover bikes, barbecues, lawn mowers or whatever you need to keep covered and dry.
8. Educational book set
Encourage the young readers in your family to take an interest in the animal kingdom with this eight-book boxed set titled “The Living World.” They’ll discover incredible facts about:
- The human body
- Reptiles and amphibians
- Big cats
9. Youth summer dresses
Choose a two-pack of summer dresses, and your little one will be ready for graduations, barbecues and all the other events coming up. One pack has a blue dress and a pink dress; another has a yellow dress and a green dress; and a third has two pink/multicolor dresses.
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 qualifying clothing or shoe items online (which include these dresses), you will save $20 total; buy 10 or more such items, and you will save $50.
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