These bargain products will get you through the holiday season.

I'm not going to lie, Costco can be a pretty overwhelming place. But when it comes to cooking up a massive feast for all my extended family, there's no better place to look for deals on high-quality Turkey Day essentials.

I scoured the massive aisles to find the best deals for Thanksgiving—from turkey to bubbly—and found that you just can't beat the prices. The holidays are already expensive enough, so snag these low prices and save some pocket change for gifts!

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Where would a Thanksgiving be in 2019 without some sort of cauliflower dish on the table? Luckily, whether you like it mashed, riced or roasted whole, Costco sells 2-pounds bundles for just $4.49. The cauli possibilities are endless!


Costco is a great spot to pick up meat for the holidays—and their turkey deals are some of the best in town. Classic turkeys are just 99 cents per pound, while organic turkeys are $2.99 per pound. Now there's no need to ration out the best parts of the bird—you'll be able to get plenty for the whole family.


Not a turkey fan? No problem. Costco is also running a great deal on spiral sliced ham right now, at $2.29 per pound. Save yourself the time and oven space this year with our tasty glazed ham recipe and use the leftovers for our Sheet-Pan Eggs with Spinach & Ham to keep guests fed the morning after.


Costco shoppers know there are few places on earth better than this place to get a good deal on booze. Their Kirkland Signature brand is a popular option for affordable vino, and prosecco is a steal at just $6.99 a bottle. Looks like the drinks will be flowing this Thanksgiving!

Organic Chicken Stock

Chicken stock is extremely handy to have this time of year because it's not only Thanksgiving, it's also soup season! Load up on a pack of six 32-ounce boxes for just $9.99. Stock is such a wonderful and easy flavor booster to everything, from a basic rice pilaf to your grandma's stuffing recipe.

Party Cheese

Keeping an appetizer on hand during Thanksgiving weekend may be the last priority on your list, but Costco offers so many affordable options, there's no excuse not to snag a few simple items to keep away the hungry complainers and people who don't need to be helping in the kitchen. Pick up this tasty wheel of brie that costs just $5.49 for 13.4 ounces, plus a box of crackers and call it a day.

Sweet Potatoes

It's time for this tuber to shine, and you can make all the sweet potato casserole your heart desires if you shop at Costco. The big-box retailer is selling sweet potatoes at just a $1 per pound right now. We just might see a sweet potato pie in the future, too.

Organic Sugar

'Tis the season for stocking up on a 10-pound bag of sugar. You know you'll use it. And since you can get it at Costco for $7.99, why not? We'll give you some inspiration with a few favorites—how does our 5-Layer Homemade Pecan Pie or Chocolate-Swirled Pumpkin Loaf Bread sound? You're welcome.

Organic Frozen Brussels Sprouts

We love that Brussels sprouts have made their way back onto the Thanksgiving table. You can find organic ones in the frozen section for just $2.45 a pound. We see lots of crispy Brussels on the horizon.

Ground Coffee

Not only do you have to serve up a glorious feast on Thanksgiving, but there's also the hosting of extended family for a long weekend. Caffeine counts as a Thanksgiving essential for us, so make sure you're well-stocked on coffee, for both you and your java-sipping relatives. You can find 3-pound containers of Kirkland Signature coffee starting at just $8.99.

Organic Brown Rice & Quinoa Blend

Some Thanksgiving dishes are best left to a box. This grain blend is a perfect shortcut, and no one will be the wiser. Plus, it'll help stretch your leftovers for the rest of the week and make a great base for simple meals to feed a full house. You can snag this Kirkland Signature product for just $1.48 per 8.5 ounces.


Not a huge fan of cranberry sauce? Neither is the rest of America. Bring some cranberry flavor to the table in the much more palatable form of Craisins. At $8.99 for a whopping 64 ounces, you'll have plenty to spare the rest of the season for wintry salads and grain bowls. Yum.


Whether you're buying mixed nuts for snacks, sliced almonds for topping your favorite Turkey Day dishes or walnuts for baking, Costco is the perfect place to pick them up. You can get an entire 25-ounce container of walnuts for just $9.49, while sliced almonds go for $2.37 per pound.


Onions are the base for pretty much every savory dish you'll be whipping up come November 28, so you need to be armed and ready. Let Costco help with this stellar deal—they are selling yellow onions for just 55 cents a pound right now.

Cooking Spray

Make baking, roasting and even spatchcocking easier with an arsenal of cooking spray. You can buy two 14-ounce cans of Kirkland Signature Canola Oil Cooking Spray for a mere $5.99. No need to spend extra time on kitchen cleanup if you don't have to.