The GIANT Costco Margaritas Are Now Back in Stock

This is the perfect way to pour a margarita.

Nothing makes it a PARTY like a good margarita—which is why we always keep our eyes peeled for Chili’s Margarita of the Month deal. However, after the last year, we’ve definitely learned to love mixing a good drink at home. Fortunately, for those of us who aren’t mixologists, Costco is here to help us out. If you’re having a [socially distanced] gathering anytime soon, you’ll want to get your hands on these delish Costco margaritas.

What’s in Stock at Costco?

If you don’t have the time to make margaritas at home, Costco’s ready-to-make margaritas are a great alternative.

Each bottle contains 1.5 liters of the sweet, citrusy drink. This “Golden Margarita” combines the sweetness of cane sugar and 100% agave wine with the tartness of lime juice. The bottle boasts “a refreshing taste of lime and orange in a well-balanced, ready-to-serve margarita.”

It promises a good time with an alcohol content of about 12.7% by volume, so as always, drink responsibly.

Believe it or not, the Costco margaritas have been around for a while. Why we didn’t know about them sooner is anyone’s guess, but these delicious wonders are finally getting the attention they deserve thanks to fans like @Little.Tiffany.Anne on Instagram. If we missed this deal, can you imagine what else is hidden on the shelves?!

If you prefer to serve up the booze yourself, there’s a Kirkland non-alcoholic Classic Lime Margarita Mix, too. Each bottle contains 1.75L of real lime juice and cane sugar. Just add your favorite tequila!

Where to Get Yours

The bad news is that these Costco margaritas can’t be found on the website. The good news is that they’re likely available in stores, and won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Each Golden Margarita is only $8.99 a pop, which makes your Costco membership so worth it.

The 2-pack of Margarita Mix ($6.99 in stores) is available on Instacart, though you may have to figure out whether it’s in stock at your location.

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Amrita Thakkar
Amrita is a writer, poet and amateur photographer who often ends up applying these skills to her one great love: food. You can find her up at 3 a.m. writing, researching the perfect combo for her next grilled cheese or making a more eco-friendly grocery list.