This Canadian TikToker Shares Exactly What You Should & Shouldn't Buy At Costco

"What wouldn't you buy at Costco?"

Costco Canada Tips & Tricks Are Being Shared By This TikToker
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If you're looking for Costco Canada tips and tricks to use during your next shopping trip, look no further than this Canadian TikToker.

TikTok user @couponcutiecanada has been sharing things you should or shouldn't buy at the retail giant, including rotisserie chicken, salad kits, cooling blankets and more.


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According to the TikToker, the Creamy Dill Pickle Salad from Taylor Farms, Kirkland cheesecake and Club House everything bagel seasoning are all items you should get. "What wouldn't you buy at Costco?" they joked.


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Food court items are a must, but going to the Costco gas station is questionable, they said. The price is good, they explained, but you have to wait in a long line to get it.


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They said that the Chefman Air Fryer and the WildRoots Coastal Berry Trail Mix are things you should buy. Dill pickles from Steinfeld's are to be avoided, though, because they're hollow in the middle. "So disappointing," they said.


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The Kirkland rotisserie chicken is also a must, and the same goes for the chicken wings and pork souvlaki.


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The Kirkland cookies and the pop containers from OXO SoftWorks are good purchases, the account said, but a cooling throw blanket shouldn't be bought because it "didn't stay cold."

Lisa Belmonte
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Lisa Belmonte is a Senior Creator for Narcity Media focused on jobs and careers and is based in Ontario.