1.If you see a price ending in .97, that means the the item on sale is on clearance. This probably means that the item has been priced low on purpose in order to get rid of inventory. Make sure you take advantage of the clearance if it’s on an item you want!
2. If you see an item on sale ending in .00 or .88, that means the item has been marked as a manager’s special. This usually means the price is significantly lower than it usually is. Items marked this way probably have limited quantity, so be sure to pick up the item right away if it’s something you want.
3. The last thing to look out for is a asterisk in the top right corner of a Costco pricing label. This means that the item has been set to be discontinued. So if you see this mark that you routinely buy at Costco, go stock up with as much of it as you can!
Hope these tips help you enjoy your Costco shopping experience even more! Goodhousekeeping has a great round up to take your bulk-buying game to the next level and save some extra cash:
11 Tricks That Make Shopping at Costco Even Better