15 Things Retirees Should Buy At Costco

Eyeglasses

A couple of year ago I first explained “Why I Bought My Prescription Glasses at Costco,” and since then I bought another pair at Costco and had lenses replaced in older frames. Why Costco? Put simply, I found that the warehouse club offered the best product and service at the best price, especially compared to the retail eyewear outlets conveniently tucked inside your eye doctor’s office.

The ultimate cost of your eyeglasses (or contacts) from Costco depends, of course, on the frames and lenses you choose, but that goes for any retailer. I often see a recurring deal at Costco for $30 off a second pair of glasses after paying the full ride on your first pair. And though you may be tempted to use online eyeglass services, remember fit is crucial. And try as it might, the Internet isn’t going to fit you and adjust your frames. You can also get an eye exam at Costco, done by a licensed optometrist.

Looking for readers and sunglasses? Costco sells Foster Grant reading glasses in packages of three for less than $20, and non-prescription Kirkland Signature polarized and anti-reflective sunglasses for $24.99 a pair.

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