Costco Price Increase - Can you shop at Costco without a Membership

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Since Costco membership may go up to $60 per year, is the membership worth it?  I ran across an old article about what you can get without a Costco membership, and unless things changed. I can't think of many things that you can't get if you or someone else can purchase a large Costco gift card for you:

The Best Things You Can Do at Costco Without a Membership

Has anyone had success with these ideas?  I can only think of few things that I couldn't get without a membership:

Costco Visa Card - 2% in store, 3% for restaurants, 4% for gas
Return privileges and Credit card extended warranty and chargeback privileges

I am guessing that not all associates may know what Costco policies are without membership and may deny entry or purchases without talking to a manager, which could be a major hassle.  Other than that and other reasons listed above, why do I need to renew for >$55 year after year? 
 

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Simple math? Pay $55/year, save more than $55 year. Why not?

re: return privileges and what associates know, is $55/year that expensive to deal with that hassle? I've done some purchases at Costco using a gift card,: (1) the supervisor has to override at every checkout, and it takes anywhere from a few seconds if s/he is nearby, to 2-5 minutes if it was busy; (2) to be completely locked in to what I buy because I can't return was a pain and neutralizes another one of Costco's biggest perks beyond just price and selection: the great return policy.

The great return policy alone is worth the membership fee but since I am an executive member, the annual bonus pays for my membership fee. I also save more than $60 per year on the high quality meats Costco sells.

My Costc0 savings:
- Weekly gas for two cars $300/year in savings
- Bakery: $50/year
- Laundry/dishwashing detergents: Approx $30/yr
- Baking/cooking items: $50/yr
- Clothes/socks $50/yr
- Small Appliances/cookware $50/yr
- Dairy $100/yr
- Over the counter meds/contact solution: $30/yr
- Frozen Fruit/Food/Dessert: $50/yr
- General Groceries/snacks: $50/yr

Some of these are estimates but as you can see, my executive membership is worth it to me.  Now, Mr. C, might disagree with this... 


 

If you spend more than $3000/year then get executive membership. The 2% cashback for executive membership and 2% cash back from visa will more than cover the membership fee.

wonder why costco increasing membership fee when sams club is literally giving away $45 membership

I love Costco but don't personally get enough value out of it to cover the membership cost. So, I get the Groupon/ Living Social deal, use it for the year, let it lapse, and then repeat next time it's offered.

Personally we don't use Costco that much. Their selection isn't as inline with what we purchase as Sam's Club is. Whether the price goes up or not, we've already thrown away our renewal for 2017. For the couple things we actually do buy there, my wife will go with tag along with a friend or family member and use their membership to get it.

I asked about price increase at customer service at my local Costco. They are not aware of this. Basic membership may be affordable with citi credit card rewards if you spend about minimum $2000 to $2500 per year. If they increase you may need to spend $3000 to break even. The Executive membership reward is cash back is little fishy. I always got 60% of cash back from executive membership, though I use Costco card for Costco purchases only. I could not get reward/transaction details about executive membership. Hope someone will do personal audit and make sure Costco is doing calculation as they promised.

Using Costco gift card to get in an buy things is very much YMMV. There were a number of posts here where people were denied entrance with a gift card, even after talking to a manager. I would not count on it while deciding on your cost/benefit analysis.

In my case, I am lucky to live next to Costo that has a liquor license (but not in a state that lets you buy it without membership). A single 1.5 liter of Kirkland branded Grey Goose for $20 or 1.5 liter of Kirkland branded Macallan 18 for $40 almost makes up the membership cost. Plus, I go there at least every other week to buy groceries, much higher quality than grocery stores and cheaper in many cases. The key to getting the most benefit from shopping in Costco is to understand their pricing structure. Costco typically has a flatter smaller margin on all items, but they don't have as many loss leader sales like grocery stores. So, as long as you keep track of what is cheaper and when, it is possible to save a lot of money at Costco.

worth 100 $ or more.

We are all looking for different things in shopping, But yesterday I took a walk trough our local Costco, without membership of course, and did a mental inventory of their prices, of the things I would buy.

First the tv I have been eyeing, was $250 more than I can have it shipped to my door from a reliable source. The tv prices were all much higher then other sources.

Gas was the exact same price as the Woodmans station on the main street 2 blocks away

Milk , butter, and eggs were more than my Local Kwik Trip, 3 blocks from my house, and by quite a bit, plus KT gives a 10% rebate on everything they sell in the store besides

Fresh Salmon was the same price as Sams, but Costco salmon still had skin on, which I don't want.

The Einstein Bagels were about the same price as Einsteins shop, but the ones at Costco are nothing like they are in the shop

Frozen shrimp was higher than Sams, and once again by a lot

We get laundry products, tp, paper towels etc, for next to nothing from Staples and Odepot, so those don't matter

Cat food and littler we get very cheap from Petco, PETsMART and Target, but did notice Costco was quite high on their shelf price

Personal care items were an extreme amount higher then our 2 block from home Walgreens

This Costco was jammed, checkouts were 5-7 carts deep, I looked at some of the carts in the lines and just laughed at how people were loading up on high price stuff, paying money to get in the door, and feeling good about their crappy deals.

The only thing I miss from Costco is their hot chickens, they are far better them others, and larger, with more meat, but hardly worth a memebership, or the efforts to fit the swarm.

user9876 said:   I asked about price increase at customer service at my local Costco. They are not aware of this. Basic membership may be affordable with citi credit card rewards if you spend about minimum $2000 to $2500 per year. If they increase you may need to spend $3000 to break even. The Executive membership reward is cash back is little fishy. I always got 60% of cash back from executive membership, though I use Costco card for Costco purchases only. I could not get reward/transaction details about executive membership. Hope someone will do personal audit and make sure Costco is doing calculation as they promised.
  
Based on the terms of the 2%, "The period of calculation runs through the date approximately 3 months prior to the member's renewal date."  This means for your first check, you are only getting 9 months of rebates.  This might be why you only got 60% back.

Too many vehicle getting gas at Costco gas station :[

ach1199 said:   My Costc0 savings:
- Weekly gas for two cars $300/year in savings
- Bakery: $50/year
- Laundry/dishwashing detergents: Approx $30/yr
- Baking/cooking items: $50/yr
- Clothes/socks $50/yr
- Small Appliances/cookware $50/yr
- Dairy $100/yr
- Over the counter meds/contact solution: $30/yr
- Frozen Fruit/Food/Dessert: $50/yr
- General Groceries/snacks: $50/yr

Some of these are estimates but as you can see, my executive membership is worth it to me.  Now, Mr. C, might disagree with this... 


 

  
All the above + one more addition for me is Auto insurance is cheaper for me at costco ameriprise and
they gave FREE road side assistance as iam executive member and I used that couple of times last year.
Road side assistance worked well. 

 

jtdeals said:   
user9876 said:   I asked about price increase at customer service at my local Costco. They are not aware of this. Basic membership may be affordable with citi credit card rewards if you spend about minimum $2000 to $2500 per year. If they increase you may need to spend $3000 to break even. The Executive membership reward is cash back is little fishy. I always got 60% of cash back from executive membership, though I use Costco card for Costco purchases only. I could not get reward/transaction details about executive membership. Hope someone will do personal audit and make sure Costco is doing calculation as they promised.
  
Based on the terms of the 2%, "The period of calculation runs through the date approximately 3 months prior to the member's renewal date."  This means for your first check, you are only getting 9 months of rebates.  This might be why you only got 60% back.

  This also happens at Sams plus rewards as well, they issue about 2 months before the end of your membership year, so unless you renew, you will loose a portion of the yearly spend

aleck said:   A single 1.5 liter of Kirkland branded Grey Goose for $20 or 1.5 liter of Kirkland branded Macallan 18 for $40 almost makes up the membership cost.
That's the problem right there.  You should be drinking Ketel One and Johnny Walker.  

The green label is by far my favorite.

Also, using a gift card should get you in 100% of the time.  Their website explicitly states that non-members may use the cards to shop at any Costco location.  http://www.costco.com/Costco-Cash-Card.product.10024438.html 

When you get at the end of a checkout line, leave your stuff at the end of the line and go up to the cashier (or a manager/supervisor if you see one) and discreetly tell them you're going to need a "99" when you get to the front of the line.  That's the code they enter at the register to bypass the membership card scan.  But the "99" requires a manager's override key.  If you give them a few minutes to prepare for it, that usually eliminates any confusion and last-minute resistance from employees who aren't properly trained on the subject.  Always be calm and polite, but firm if they give you hard time.  Insist that the gift card is a valid form of payment for non-members.  Pull up the page on their website on your phone if you have to.

ionxchanger said:   wonder why costco increasing membership fee when sams club is literally giving away $45 membership
  Probably because Costco is a more valuable membership in terms of what they offer. Sam's Club, for the most part, sells anything you can buy anywhere else in bulk, and often the savings are minimal or Sam's Club even costs more if you're a coupon person. Sam's store brand products also leave a lot to be desired, and there really isn't anything Sam's offers that is particularly special. Costco, on the other hand, has a tendency to offer certain things that you can't find anywhere else, and some of their store brands stand out above the national brands.

I used to rotate between Sam's and Costco every year to take advantage of the special signup offers for new members, since each had their own advantages (Sam's was convenient, Costco was a better store but on the far fringe of the city), but now that a Costco is much closer to where I live than Sam's, there is no reason for me to go with Sam's anymore.

ionxchanger said:   wonder why costco increasing membership fee when sams club is literally giving away $45 membership
  
Because Costco sells quality products, and Sam's Club has WalMart-quality products?

 

soulzeng said:   Too many vehicle getting gas at Costco gas station :[
  You just have to learn when to go there....weekdays about an hour before the stores closes...no lines at the checkout and gas station.  I try to avoid Sat/Sun afternoons as much as I can.  Of course, no free in-store food samples on weekdays.

I save several hundred dollars a year getting auto insurance through Costco. No one else even comes close and I have priced them all. Membership more than pays for itself with that alone. Saved $20 on a car battery last month. Throw in a few $5 roasted chickens sold near cost or $1.50 hot dogs with drink and you blow past getting $60 in value pretty quickly.

Risk-Free 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

  • On Membership: We will refund your membership fee in full at any time if you are dissatisfied.

http://www.costco.com/member-privileges-conditions.html

bobbybore said:   I also save more than $60 per year on the high quality meats Costco sells.
 

  
This. Costco beef is excellent quality and well priced. Last week I paid ~$45 for a whole Choice tenderloin, cut some thick ass steaks and had enough left for a roast for sandwiches. $45! And where else can you buy packs of Prime deckle? :drool:

I've had Sam's (almost free membership, thanks to Amex) and Costco cash cards sent to me as Christmas gifts. DTASFAB is correct in that the cash card can be used by non-members. A CSR should be using code '99' that overrides the need for a true member number, at least according to my research. I never used either enough to make it 'worth it' to me.

The one thing that I would point out (and that some Money Saving Mommy type websites are wrong about) is that you can't -reload- a Costco cash card (GC) without a membership. Based on this incorrect advice, I bought a zero-balance card off of eBay ($1) only to find I have a souvenir, and nothing I can recharge or use. Just throwing that out there in case you run across of these erroneous posts.

khakuda said:   I save several hundred dollars a year getting auto insurance through Costco. No one else even comes close and I have priced them all. Membership more than pays for itself with that alone. Saved $20 on a car battery last month. Throw in a few $5 roasted chickens sold near cost or $1.50 hot dogs with drink and you blow past getting $60 in value pretty quickly.
  
Exactly this!   Saved enough on home insurance and auto insurance to make up for the membership fee.  I don't even live near a Costco but after pricing the top 5 insurance providers, Costco (Amerprise) was still the lowest by $250/year.   And their service over the phone for my family has been A+++ so far - they are open late and always a clear, intelligent person to talk to on the line.
(I feel like this is a commercial now).
   

I got a Costco membership some years ago based solely on the eyeglass prices. Then they built a store closer to me so sometimes I can swing by for gas which is usually much cheaper. I have the executive membership, and EVERY YEAR they refund the $55 executive cost if I have less than $55 in bonus from it. EVERY YEAR. They OFFER to do it, I don't ask, I don't play games. So in fact I gave them a $55 loan years ago and lose interest on it, they refund it every year and then apply it to the next year. This year may be the first time I actually save enough to cover it having bought a TV and other electronics.

As to savings - like any store you need to not be an idiot. There are items that Costco sells that blow away other prices. Depends, Kirkland (Costco brand) Ensure (we buy both products for seniors that we coordinate care for, prices far cheaper than other options. Eyeglasses. Contacts. Shredded cheese (blows away grocery store prices, package it up in containers and freeze).  Stamps (they sell a roll for $46.75).  Giftcards (we don't buy them, but they are usually 20% off) for restaurants nearby.  Kirkland brand Lactaid.  I could go on.  

I finally got the Costco credit card because Citi issued it, and the 2 year extra Citi warranty on every purchase, combined with Price Rewind, is great.  

As to their co-branded offers (insurance, car purchasing, central heat/AC), my experience is they aren't the best.  I can buy a car cheaper on my own, their central heat/AC was for the very top end products that we didn't want, and my insurance via AMICA is just fine.  I can beat their tire deals with Discount Tire, and the service at Discount Tire is better.

They match their own price drops within 30 days (you have to go back and check the prices, or call and ask).  

The TV I bought from them ended up being $40 cheaper elsewhere within Citi's price match, I got the money.  I bought two tablets from them cheaper than anyone else (and with an added 32gb memory card), and my new laptop was a good price.  Bought two kayaks last summer for $250 each.  Brand name, no one could touch that price.  Salt for the water softener.  Laundry detergent.  

I just bought TurboTax cheaper from Staples with free delivery.  Costco's fruit is more expensive than my grocery store.  So are eggs.  

And, anything you buy except certain products has an unlimited return policy.  After a relative had no need for Depends any longer (switched to diapers), I returned 3 unopened cases.  Today going back with 3 more for the other relative.  Bought slippers - didn't like how they stretched and didn't stay on well, brought them back.  No questions asked.  

Anyone who shops at any store without knowing prices and blindly trusting them is not a FatWalleter.

ach1199 said:   
soulzeng said:   Too many vehicle getting gas at Costco gas station :[
  You just have to learn when to go there....weekdays about an hour before the stores closes...no lines at the checkout and gas station.  I try to avoid Sat/Sun afternoons as much as I can.  Of course, no free in-store food samples on weekdays.

Of coarse, there's the free food samples at Costco every afternoon (more on weekends).  No lines for gas ever at any Costco I've ever seen, since no Costco I've ever been to sells gas (not that I have any use for gas).

@Logan71, I think the sale/coupon price doesn't apply when making purchases via CashCard...the coupons are activated when the membership card is scanned at the register. 

@EradicateSpam, the price matching is good for 14 days.  Bought a NutriBullet for $100 about a month ago, then last week it was on sale for $80 but it was outside the price matching window so the customer service rep told me to go and buy one at the $80 sale price and bring the item to customer service and she'll process a refund using the original $100 receipt.  

Another thing is that if you see a price ending in .97 then it's s clearance price and it's an excellent buy.  Price ending in .00 are the last item in that store.

ach1199 said:   @Logan71, I think the sale/coupon price doesn't apply when making purchases via CashCard...the coupons are activated when the membership card is scanned at the register. 

@EradicateSpam, the price matching is good for 14 days.  Bought a NutriBullet for $100 about a month ago, then last week it was on sale for $80 but it was outside the price matching window so the customer service rep told me to go and buy one at the $80 sale price and bring the item to customer service and she'll process a refund using the original $100 receipt.  

Another thing is that if you see a price ending in .97 then it's s clearance price and it's an excellent buy.  Price ending in .00 are the last item in that store.

  
I've done a price match at 29 days with no issue.  Also a coupon match, i.e. bought an item and next month it was $x off with the coupon, I've gotten the coupon offer.

Logan71 said:   The one thing that I would point out (and that some Money Saving Mommy type websites are wrong about) is that you can't -reload- a Costco cash card (GC) without a membership. Based on this incorrect advice, I bought a zero-balance card off of eBay ($1) only to find I have a souvenir, and nothing I can recharge or use. Just throwing that out there in case you run across of these erroneous posts.
  Relist on eBay and make about 86c after eBay and Paypal fees if you charge for shipping or about 39c if you offer free shipping!

EradicateSpam said:   I got a Costco membership some years ago based solely on the eyeglass prices. 
Some states require any prescription-based medical services to be offered to everyone, including non-members.
ach1199 said:   @Logan71, I think the sale/coupon price doesn't apply when making purchases via CashCard...the coupons are activated when the membership card is scanned at the register. 
The "99" override fully functions in place of a membership card.  The problem is non-members have a harder time obtaining the paper coupons, since they're typically mailed to members.
Logan71 said:   The one thing that I would point out (and that some Money Saving Mommy type websites are wrong about) is that you can't -reload- a Costco cash card (GC) without a membership. Based on this incorrect advice, I bought a zero-balance card off of eBay ($1) only to find I have a souvenir, and nothing I can recharge or use. Just throwing that out there in case you run across of these erroneous posts.
I last paid for a membership in late 2009 that expired in late 2010.  My online account still allows me to order from the website, and I recently ordered four $25 cash cards that allow me to shop in the store.

Membership is required to RELOAD a cash card.  It's not necessarily required to purchase a new one, if you order it online.  If you want to reload one, walk around the store looking for a friendly little old lady who looks like she's not busy and would love to have someone to talk to.  Spend five minutes chatting her up and then ask her to reload the card using cash that you give her.

I always gas up at Costco in NJ because it has 5X the detergents, that keep your fuel injectors clean. I do have a membership card to Costco, but membership is not required for gas in NJ.

(Kirkland Signature™ Gasoline contains five times the EPA detergent requirement in both regular unleaded and premium grades)

http://www.costco.com/kirkland-signature-gasoline.html

I agree, you have to know your prices at Costco! I bought a new car, but did not use their Auto Program service. I bought it for less. I always buy 5Lb of Organic baby carrots because they last a long time, (you have to look at the Costco date), and they are no match for baby carrots that wilt, if I buy it in supermarkets.

A lot of retailers such as ARCO, Valero, and Union 76 are Top Tier Suppliers as well.

http://www.toptiergas.com/faqs/

This topic re-surfaces about once a year when someone is unhappy about having to pay membership fees. Makes me laugh because there is little comparison between Sam's Club (WalMart level quality) and Costco product selection, value and quality when that becomes part of the discussion. To each their own, right? People satisfied with the lowest price of an item without regard to other factors such as county of origin of product, features, quality level, service levels, will not be convinced about Costco's worth and should make their shopping location choices with that in mind.

Marvinomatic said:   I always gas up at Costco in NJ because it has 5X the detergents, that keep your fuel injectors clean. I do have a membership card to Costco, but membership is not required for gas in NJ.

(Kirkland Signature™ Gasoline contains five times the EPA detergent requirement in both regular unleaded and premium grades)

http://www.costco.com/kirkland-signature-gasoline.html 

I agree, you have to know your prices at Costco! I bought a new car, but did not use their Auto Program service. I bought it for less. I always buy 5Lb of Organic baby carrots because they last a long time, (you have to look at the Costco date), and they are no match for baby carrots that wilt, if I buy it in supermarkets.

  do check your mileage, it would be lower than gas with regular detergent. You are actually getting lower quality gas as it has more detergent.
You could swing buy Costco once a month and get a tank full to clean your engine, but you don't need it always. Specially in the winter months, the engine burns more fuel which displaces oil and 
the detergent's further add to cleaning. Try a gas full and compare your mileage.

LORENW said:   We are all looking for different things in shopping, But yesterday I took a walk trough our local Costco, without membership of course, and did a mental inventory of their prices, of the things I would buy.

First the tv I have been eyeing, was $250 more than I can have it shipped to my door from a reliable source. The tv prices were all much higher then other sources.

Gas was the exact same price as the Woodmans station on the main street 2 blocks away

Milk , butter, and eggs were more than my Local Kwik Trip, 3 blocks from my house, and by quite a bit, plus KT gives a 10% rebate on everything they sell in the store besides

Fresh Salmon was the same price as Sams, but Costco salmon still had skin on, which I don't want.

The Einstein Bagels were about the same price as Einsteins shop, but the ones at Costco are nothing like they are in the shop

Frozen shrimp was higher than Sams, and once again by a lot

We get laundry products, tp, paper towels etc, for next to nothing from Staples and Odepot, so those don't matter

Cat food and littler we get very cheap from PetcoPETsMART and Target, but did notice Costco was quite high on their shelf price

Personal care items were an extreme amount higher then our 2 block from home Walgreens 

This Costco was jammed, checkouts were 5-7 carts deep, I looked at some of the carts in the lines and just laughed at how people were loading up on high price stuff, paying money to get in the door, and feeling good about their crappy deals.

The only thing I miss from Costco is their hot chickens, they are far better them others, and larger, with more meat, but hardly worth a memebership, or the efforts to fit the swarm.

  Often times you also have to compare the quality of the items. Kirkland brand pet food is far better, nutritionally speaking, than equivalent priced foods at Petco, PETsMART, or Target.

Standard butter is often more than the price at stores like Aldi, but premium butter like Kerrygold is far cheaper at Costco than anywhere else I've seen.

It's all about the things you want to buy. If the things you listed represent your primary purchases, it certainly sounds like it wouldn't be worth it for you. Some things that I feel make my membership worthwhile:

Organic, shelf stable soymilk: $1.08/quart, case of 12
Balsamic vinegar: $10.99/liter
Nina San Marzano peeled tomatoes: $3.69/6lb10 oz can
Kirkland "Starbucks House Blend" whole bean coffee: $9.99/2lb bag

I'm fairly certain just those things make me break even on my membership price every year, but then there are many more things that I buy less frequently that I can't match anywhere else. The Adams Reserve extra sharp cheddar cheese is better tasting than anything I've seen for twice the price. The Kirkland 500ft heavy duty tinfoil seems pricey at $22, but then you realize how massive it is, and when you do the math its a tenth the price per square foot than WalMart. Invaluable for those who do a lot of grilling like I do. The car batteries have a better warranty and are cheaper than anything I've seen. There's the amazing rotisserie chickens you mentioned.

On top of all that, there's the amazing return policy, which while I don't (IMO) abuse, I have no problem returning something that says "lifetime guarantee" right on the box. I recently returned a five year old nonstick pan that started to flake. I know that I took care of this pan, only used wooden utensils and always washed it by hand, and I would have considered five years of fairly heavy use a fine lifespan for the price, but lifetime guarantee means lifetime guarantee. They had no issue whatsoever with replacing the pan for me.


 

I have memberships at both Sam's Club and Costco.

A few reasons to keep Costco:

Many foods that Sam's does not have (eg. Gilroy, CA garlic vs. only Chinese at Sam's).
Excellent customer service and warranties.
Gas prices (for me, better by at least 18 cents than others within many miles).
Travel has some great deals.

Also Executive membership pays for itself easily. And it it ever does not, Costco will refund you the difference. You just have to ask.

anyone else feel like they actually end up spending more at costco which overshadows the savings? membership has it's privileges

greatdeals_007 said:   anyone else feel like they actually end up spending more at costco which overshadows the savings? membership has it's privileges
  I definitely think I spend more than I would, but I'm a happier person for it. I'm able to buy all sorts of things that would be in the "wince-inducing" price range anywhere else.

 

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The new membership fees will go into effect for all U.S. customers on June 1. Membership fees will increase by $5 for consumers and business memberships. Executive memberships — which offer cash-back rewards — will increase $10. Here's Costco's full statement on the fee increase:
"The Company also announced that, effective June 1, 2017, it will increase annual membership fees by $5 for U.S. and Canada Goldstar (individual), Business, and Business add-on members ('Primary' Members). With this increase, all U.S. and Canada Goldstar, Business and Business add-on members will pay an annual fee of $60. Also effective June 1, annual fees for Executive Memberships in the U.S. and Canada will increase from $110 to $120 (Primary membership of $60, plus the Executive upgrade of $60), and the maximum annual 2% reward associated with the Executive Membership will increase from $750 to $1,000. The fee increases will impact around 35 million members, roughly half of them Executive Members."



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