15 Best Deals for Seniors Only at Costco Stores

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A Cheap (or Free) Meal

The hot-food stand at Costco has seen a little bit of controversy due to recent changes. Some items on the menu have been cycled out in favor of healthier options. For example, some customers were enraged when they pulled the Polish hot dog out of their menus only to replace it with an acai bowl.

But one thing’s for sure, their prices aren’t about to change, and you’d be hard-pressed to find more affordable options. You can buy an all-beef hot dog and a 20-ounce soda (plus refills) for $1.50, a cheeseburger for $4.99 or an 18-inch pizza for $9.95.

If you don’t feel like paying for food at all, you can also drop by the food-demo stands. The best part about these food samples is that you can stand in line however many times you want until you’ve had your fill.

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Kirkland Signature Mature Multivitamins

Seniors need to supplement with multivitamins in order to look after their health. Costco knows this, and they also know exactly how to cater to the aging population.

You could buy 400 tablets of Kirkland Signature Adult 50+ Mature Multi Vitamins and Minerals for the low, low price of $11.49. To put that into perspective, 200 tablets of Centrum Silver cost $17.39 at Target.

If you need a little extra boost, how about Kirkland Signature Energy Shots? You could buy a 48 pack for $30!

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iTunes Cards

You can use iTunes cards for more than just buying music. But, naturally, avid music lovers will also love this deal. Perhaps even more since it’s really difficult to find good deals on Apple services and products.

You can use them to buy apps, books and additional cloud storage instead of relying on your credit card. At Costco, you can find $100 for $94.49. Not the biggest discount, but why not take advantage of every dollar you can save?

Just think of all the music you’ll be able to add to your library. Rock on!

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  1. GREAT NEWS! THANK YOU FOR CLARIFYING THAT I DON’T NEED A COSTCO MEMBERSHIP TO SAVE ON [THE FEW] ITEMS/SERVICES THAT I NEED!

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