- Costco has several products that can get you through the summer, including camping equipment, barbecue grills, and pool floats.
- Read on for 11 summer essentials you can find at Costco.
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Summer means 4th of July BBQs, Labor Day celebrations, and countless picnics and tailgates.
None of that can come together seamlessly, however, if you’re not equipped with the essentials.
Luckily, you can stock up on pretty much everything you need to ensure summer fun at Costco. The mega-retailer offers several products that can get you through the summer, from barbecue grills to camping equipment to pool floats.
Read on for 11 summer essentials you can pick up at Costco.
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Costco is one of the best places to go for camping equipment. Coleman’s 6-person Fast Pitch tent is as a particularly good buy. At around $120, this giant tent fits six people! It’s six feet high, blocks 90% of sunlight, is designed to reduce heat even if it’s filled to the max, and it’s relatively easy to set up.
It’s not a pool party without pool floats.
While Funboy has been taking over Instagram with its designers floats, there’s really no need to splurge when Costco has so many options that are as affordable as they are practical and fun.
The Bestway H2OGO Family Pool with Slide is a standout because it’s basically an oversized playpen that can be enjoyed by the whole family. It’s also sturdy and easy to drain.
That said, if you are looking to splurge, Costco does also sell Fun Boy and they do so with discounted prices.
Whether you’ll be at the beach or by a pool this summer, we don’t need to tell you how essential goggles are to protect your eyes.
Costco stocks a 3-pack from Speedo for just $16.99. They’re available in white or silver and are perfect for the outdoors because they’re finished with anti-fog and UV protection. They also have curved lenses for maximum visibility and they’re easy to adjust.
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