Non-Perishable Food Items: Items like canned goods, rice, pasta, and other staples that have a long shelf life are good to stock up on.
Frozen Foods: Costco is known for its variety of frozen foods. Stocking up on frozen vegetables, fruits, and prepared meals can save time and ensure you have a stock of healthy options.
Batteries and Emergency Supplies: With the end of winter still posing a risk for storms and power outages, it's wise to have a stock of batteries, flashlights, and other emergency supplies.
Cleaning Supplies: Spring cleaning is right around the corner, so stocking up on cleaning supplies like disinfectants, wipes, and laundry detergents can be a good idea.
Vitamins and Supplements: To support your health during the tail end of the cold and flu season, consider stocking up on vitamins and supplements.
Personal Care Items: Items like shampoo, conditioner, soap, and toothpaste are always good to have in abundance. Buying in bulk can save money and trips to the store.
Pet Supplies: If you have pets, stocking up on their food, treats, and other necessities can be beneficial, especially if you prefer to minimize outings in colder weather.
Over-the-Counter Medications: Keeping a supply of pain relievers, allergy medications, and cold remedies can be very helpful during the tail end of winter.
Gardening Supplies: If you're a gardener, getting a jumpstart on purchasing soil, seeds, and other gardening supplies can be a good idea, especially since they might be available at lower prices.