Costco Trip

My dad was in the hospital that has a Costco not 2 miles away … so what the heck, may as well utilize the time and shop …

I actually had a few items to take back and had tossed them in the car on Monday morning, thinking one day after work, I’ll drive straight to Costco. I didn’t have a list, and didn’t have the coupons. Figured that way, just get the basics and be in and out, hopefully for no more than what I was returning.

What I didn’t know that morning was that my father would have ANOTHER medical emergency … but alas, I didn’t go shopping that Monday evening. I was stressed and worn out.

It’s a miracle I went on Tuesday … I was even more stressed and worn out (this was the night that he couldn’t even feed himself) … but figured, you know what, before I get on the road, a little breather within the vast aisles of Costco might be just what I needed … it’s true and it worked.

So returned $40 and change of stuff … and in return, pushed my cart around the perimeter of the store for 45 minutes and picked up the following:

gallon of milk $2.89
10 lbs of individually frozen chicken breast $22.59
6 dozen xlarge eggs $4.29 x 2
container of butter lettuce (3 heads) $4.59
bag of mini cucumbers $4.29
carton of half and half $1.79
6 pk of romaine lettuce $4.29
pkg of hard salami $5.80
3 count pkg of smoked ham lunch meat $8.99
3 count pkg of roasted turkey $9.89

Grand total was $85.19. Paid cash.

I was really needing chicken and have not really been seeing a whole lot of great deals out there lately so I broke down and bought the chicken there. Still a better price than some of the sales prices I see and at least I didn’t need to worry about dividing it all up and freezing.

I just love Costco …

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2 thoughts on “Costco Trip

  1. I believe that Costco is a beautiful place. I'm waiting for the photos on your trip.

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  2. We just made our monthly Costco trip yesterday! I thought they carried brown sugar, but I couldn't find it, and our local price of chicken breast went up to $3.59/lb. Fortunately, I had already picked up much of our Costco last month so our bill wasn't as high as expected!

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