We’d be remiss if we failed to mention Costco’s iconic rotisserie chicken. This is every meal prepper’s dream. Not only because it’s ready to eat, but also cause it only costs about $4.99 for a chicken, which is almost half of what other stores charge.
Costco’s delicious rotisserie chicken is sourced by Lincoln Premium Poultry, and according to their figures, Kirkland sells about 50 million of their chickens every year.
Plastic Red Cups
If you're in need of supplies for your social gathering then you should head over to Costco, where they readily stock red plastic cups.
Costco partnered with Chinet to produce this Kirkland product, which is obvious as they have their name on the packaging. While you can find products from Chinet in places like Target and Walmart, only Costco offers these plastic red cups at such a low price.
If you've ever stopped by Costco's infamous food court, then you'll probably know about their legendary hot dogs that are often enjoyed with a soda, for only $1.50.
The company behind Costco's hot dogs probably won't surprise you, as Hebrew National has been selling hot dogs since 1984 and partnered with Costco in 2009 to supply Kirkland's signature hot dogs.
Jelly Belly Candy
What would our list be without Kirkland's Jelly Belly Candy? Not a very inclusive list, that's for sure. At just $13.99, Kirkland gives an amazing deal for a selection of 49 Jelly Belly flavors, which is cheaper than when you buy them from Jelly Belly Candy, the original supplier.
Their secret is that they sell them in bulk, which saves you money and also stops competitors from overpricing similar products.
Ever since Kirkland introduced golf balls, it was only a matter of time before they started stocking their shelves with golfing wedges.
Despite the mixed comments about their design, Golf enthusiasts still find Kirkland's brand to be of good quality since they are manufactured by True Temper, a brand that's renowned for producing steel shafts at a competitive price.