This “The Joy Of Costco” Book Is A Must Read For Awesome Shopping Deals And Steals
The Joy of Costco?
The Joy of Costco book is a must read for awesome shopping deals and steals. If you are a member in good standing, then you know that there are thousands of items to save money on. You may not know all that the big box store has to offer, but we know people that do.
The writers of the new book “The Joy of Costco” is flying off the shelves and with good reason. It offers all kinds of hacks that will make your money go further and they will inform you on everything you need to know to fully get the most out of your next Costco run.
Everything from Costco Travel to Costco Hot Dogs
The book contains all kinds of tidbits on pretty much everything you ever needed to know about America’s favorite Membership Shopping club. For instance, did you know that the $1.50 Costco Hot dog has not raised it’s price in years and has not intention to. They also sell more dogs than all of the MLB baseball parks combined every year!
If you plan on traveling soon, they highly recommend that you start with Costco Travel, which features everything from full blown cruises and far flung getaways to huge savings on rental cars. I can say without doubt that when my family travels we often book through their awesome travel services.
Some couples share a passion for the movies or even pickleball, but for David and Susan Schwartz, their passion is all things Costco.
“We’re like the people who go to baseball stadiums across the country,” Susan tells PEOPLE. “Instead, we would go to Costco.”
Their love for the membership-only big-box retail store with over 850 locations across the world eventually led the couple to publish The Joy of Costco: A Treasure Hunt From A to Z.
Their new book covers a litany of topics on all things Costco, ranging from the detailed history of the company to store lingo — and even highlights about one store in the Japanese city of Hamamatsu.
“We both came from families that used to go to Costco all the time,” David says. “We loved going, and we love the quality, the low price, the fact that you never know what you’re going to find in the warehouse.”