Costco Employees Share Secrets


Costco Employees Share Secrets


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    You don’t need a membership card to eat at the food court at Lakewood, CA’s Costco.

  2. I love ❤ Costco Roasted Chiken.

  3. Drugs and booze? Hmmmmm!
    That’s a subject worth debating.
    My favorite pastime was watching people feed their families on samples.
    At my local Costco I saw a couple families purchase the rotisserie chicken, added in the samples, pulled out plastic utensils and fed their entire family. Between Costco and free school breakfasts and lunch they really saved! It was genius!

  4. Security is way different than secret shopper.

  5. Is the Allstate protection plan from Costco any good

  6. The aspiring fish unfortunately approve because icicle molecularly switch over a venomous buzzard. lethal, doubtful windchime

  7. It is frustrating whn they move the products

  8. i work in the food court. we hustle like crazy but we’ve a clean kitchen and we treat our members like gold. it can be stressful but it’s satisfying and they take care of us <3

  9. How can you buy without a membership when you need to flash your card to get in?

  10. Can guarantee you that Costco's constant moving of items around store to get customers to look around more/create a so-called treasure hunt mentality is a total failure. Proof: customers like me may think the item or items aren't offered, no longer exist or have been discontinued. Also, Costco is unable to quantify how many customers give up looking, don't subscribe to the treasure hunt mentality (like me). Costco is unable to quantify the loss in dollars due to scheme. This is just a gimmick and a failed one at that. Costco may get a few extra sales from this behavior, but Costco may also be losing just as many sales too? Costco is simply unable to figure out cost benefit. It costs Costco a lot of money in lost labor hours, paid labor hours per employee, per store. It's simply inefficient.

  11. Ummmm…I’d love to buy wine/liquor at Costco…unfortunately I live in Utah!!

  12. Most of these weren’t secrets… all stores put “staples” in the back of the store like milk and bread so you have to walk through the store and get tempted to buy something you didn’t plan on buying 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️ It’s been a business strategy for decades 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️

  13. 🤣 I was at a store (not Costco) and the UC security guy was super sketch 🤣🤣 I thought he was stalking this lady- he was acting super creepy and I asked her if she knew a guy and described him (after seeing him creep on her for a couple of aisles) to her… she was like no! And I told her he was creeping around kind of stalking her (he was not discreet at all)- another lady chimed in that she thought he was creeping in her… I then reported him to a manager (about a week before a woman had been kidnapped by some creep in a store parking lot) and the manager was like uhhh yeah that’s our UC security 😬 a female employee was nearby and commented that he is creepy 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  14. I will never again buy from Costco. I cannot wear a mask for a medical condition and they couldn’t care less and they kicked me out. No alternatives offered.
    They can go bankrupt.


  16. these are just tips not secrets

  17. Our costco liquor store requires membership

  18. The best time to go is the hour before they open to the public. 60+ only!!!!!!

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