Costco is truly a treasure trove. You might even say that Costco has every single item imaginable and, honestly, that wouldn't be an overstatement. After looking through all the categories on the brand's site, we can safely say that Costco carries a ton of products, and that there are plenty of unexpected items available at the chain store.
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To get an idea of exactly how much you can get at the brand's locations, we're delving into the most unexpected items at Costco.
1. Large Outdoor Structures
If you're looking for the most luxurious self-care item at Costco, this sauna would be it.
3. Massage Tables
Speaking of self-care, Costco also sells massage tables.
Through Costco Travel, you can book flights, hotels, cars, cruises, vacation packages, and entertainment tickets.
5. Musical Instruments
Thinking of picking up a musical hobby? Take a trip to Costco to see all your musical instrument options.
6. A $5k Wine Station
This wine station will preserve, pour, and temperature-control your wine.
7. Wedding Flowers
Costco can also provide farm-fresh flowers for your entire wedding. What don't they do?
8. Custom Closets
In collaboration with Closet Factory, Costco offers discounts on custom closet storage solutions.
9. Meal Delivery Kits
That's right — Costco will also deliver your meals right to your home.
10. Caskets and Urns
Your fancy chandelier needs = covered at Costco.
Thanks to the Costco Auto Program, you can buy new and used cars.
You might not want to tell your kids that Costco sells playgrounds.
14. Home Installation Services
Here are just a few of the home items you can get installed with Costco's help: carpets, countertops, garage doors, gutters, generators, HVACs, and solar panels.
15. Gym Flooring
Worry no more about how you're going to floor your gym!
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: email@example.com