7 Things You Must Buy at Costco While on a Retirement Budget

Prescriptions

For example, members can get 90 tablets of Lisinopril -- used to treat high blood pressure -- for as low as $7.99. In comparison, this would cost approximately $17.68 at both CVS and Target and $10 at Walmart, according to GoodRx.

Gas

For example, members can get 90 tablets of Lisinopril -- used to treat high blood pressure -- for as low as $7.99. In comparison, this would cost approximately $17.68 at both CVS and Target and $10 at Walmart, according to GoodRx.

Eyeglasses

If you wear glasses or contacts, Costco Optical has you covered. Visit a trained optician at your local warehouse or shop online.

Gift Cards

Costco offers discount gift cards for a variety of restaurants and entertainment options. Whether you want to use them as gifts or purchase them for yourself, there's a lot of savings to be had.

Hearing Aids

If your hearing isn't what it used to be, the Costco Hearing Aid Center has you covered. Get a hearing screening and save on a variety of hearing aid styles, accessories and batteries.

Toilet Paper

Sure, it might take you awhile to use a bulk package of toilet paper, but that's OK. As long as you have the storage space, you can save big on this household essential.

Laundry Detergent

You have to have clean clothes, but you don't have to pay a premium for it. Costco offers competitive prices on both name-brand detergents and Kirkland Signature options.

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