The holiday season is upon us, and the warehouse club has stock on hand.
The chain has everything you need to prepare for the holidays and more.
You can keep bulk packs of batteries, tape, and bows on hand.
On a chilly evening, the chocolate-hazelnut wafers and hot-chocolate bombs would work well.
All day and night, batteries will keep your devices powered.
You can give them gifts that don't include batteries.
In addition to the electronics you'll be giving, batteries are also needed to give your devices renewed life.
It's a good time to stock up for the rest of the year. If you didn't read the label carefully, you'll have them on hand.
A 40-pack of Duracell batteries is $16.98.
These flameless candles will light up your house.
These candles come with a remote control.
The risk of fire is greatly reduced with these wax candles.
You can turn on and off the candles from a distance.
The six-pack of candles is priced at $39.99.
These multicolored pathway markers will light up your outdoor space.
These markers can change into eight different colors.
The holiday cheer can be brought to you and your guests by these markers.
These can be placed around your driveway or porch to provide extra light.
The set of pathway markers is made by Sylvania.
The real alternative takes up more space than these glass trees.
The trees come in a pack of two.
These glass trees can be used as a holiday centerpiece or festive complement to your other decorations.
You can either display them as is or add some festiveness by making them have ribbons and bows.
The trees cost $74.99 and feature on-and-off timers.
It's important for gift wrapping to have tape.
The packs of Scotch tape come with six rolls.
Some things just have to be wrapped, even for those of us who are go-to gift baggers. It's easy to forget about tape until you need it the most.
Everyone is covered, from expert gift wrappers to those who need several attempts and a note that reminds the recipient, "It's the thought that counts."
A pack of Scotch Magic and GiftWrap tape costs $12.49.
If you wrap gifts, bows are a must.
These gift bows come with easy-peel sticker backings.
This 50-count of bows should suffice for your gift needs this holiday season and beyond.
The 50-count of bows costs $8.79.
The decoration brings the winter scene indoors.
The set costs under $50.
A reminder of pristine, snowy days can be found in this indoor, three-piece decoration.
If you want to show off your holiday cheer beyond the typical wreath and garlands, you can get this set for $4699.
The electric bike may help you achieve your resolution.
The electric bike costs $340
The Jetson Bolt Pro folding electric bike is a great gift for someone who wants to get more active in the new year.
With a range of 15 miles and a top speed of 15 mph, you can zip through your neighborhood or town with ease. It has a pedal assist feature that will allow you to get to where you are without having to pedal.
The Jetson Bolt Pro electric bike sells for $339.99 at the store.
Ibuprofen is good to have on hand during times of stress.
The holiday season can go on all year.
The holiday season can be pretty busy, so headaches, illnesses, and minor strains and sprains are bound to happen.
You never know when a loved one will need a painkillers, so make sure to stock up.
There are two 500-count containers for Kirkland's ibuprofen.
The thermal socks are great for cold days and nights.
These socks help keep your feet warm.
The thermal socks are available in both men's and women's sizes.
A three-pack costs $9.99 and is great for stocking stuffers or gifts.
Pirouline's chocolate-hazelnut wafers can be used in a festive drink or on their own.
The container of chocolate-hazelnut wafers is 40 ounces.
Pirouline's chocolate-hazelnut wafers are a great grab-and-go treat.
They're great with hot chocolate.
A 40-ounce container of wafers costs $6.99.
The hot-chocolate bombs come in five flavors.
Each pack has strawberry, cinnamon, salted- caramel, s'mores, and milk-chocolate bombs.
The hot-chocolate bombs from Bom Bombs are absolutely delicious.
Simply pour hot milk over the bomb, and the hollow ball of chocolate will open and reveal marshmallows inside.
Each pack of 20 has five different flavors and costs $18.69.
Eggnog is a holiday tradition.
You can use it in cooking.
The holiday season is when this traditional beverage is most needed.
If you don't like drinking eggnog, you can still use it in a holiday meal.
You can get a half-gallon bottle for $4.59.
The gift basket is full of goodies.
Each pack has two tiers.
A gift basket filled with many sample-size treats is a great way to introduce loved ones to a variety of food. It's already wrapped.
With two baskets of treats in one gift, everyone can try and share some of the goodies.
A metal gift basket costs $59.99.
It's good to have acid reducers on hand.
Savannah J. Frierson is a salesperson for Costco.
The holidays are a time when we tend to eat more than usual, so these acid reducers may help you enjoy the festivities without feeling too much.
The esomeprazole-magnesium capsule is available in three 14-packs.
These tins are great to keep.
A four-pack of tins costs $13.
These tins of butter cookies are both holiday treats and gifts to give to people you don't know what to get.
The four tins cost $12.99.
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