Valentine’s Day Gifts at Costco 2024

Here are several Valentine's Day gifts at Costco you still have time to buy.

nterior view of a Costco store on August 18, 2020 in Teterboro, New Jersey. (Photo by Kena Betancur/VIEWpress)
(Image credit: Getty Images)

More than half of consumers plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, and will spend more than in 2023. According to the Nation Retail Federation, the total Valentine’s Day spending projected for 2024 is $25.8 billion, with consumers spending on average $185.81. And according to WalletHub, Americans will spend an estimated $6.4 billion on jewelry and $4.9 billion on an evening out. 

If you still haven’t done your Valentine’s Day shopping, don’t worry. Costco is a convenient place for shoppers to score a huge selection of Valentine’s Day gifts, many of which are on sale. The retailer is selling gifts in a variety of categories, like jewelry, floral arrangements, perfume, baked goods and more. So, if you’re a Costco member, there’s no excuse to show up empty handed this V-day.  

And if you’re not a member, you can get a Costco Gold Star or Business membership for $60 annually, or an Executive membership, which costs $120 annually. However, at the moment you can save up to $40 on a Costco membership, thanks to a current deal. 

Subscribe to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

Be a smarter, better informed investor.

Save up to 74%

Sign up for Kiplinger’s Free E-Newsletters

Profit and prosper with the best of expert advice on investing, taxes, retirement, personal finance and more - straight to your e-mail.

Profit and prosper with the best of expert advice - straight to your e-mail.

Sign up

Below are several Valentine’s gifts you can purchase at Costco before Wednesday.  

Related Content

Erin Bendig
Personal Finance Writer

Erin pairs personal experience with research and is passionate about sharing personal finance advice with others. Previously, she was a freelancer focusing on the credit card side of finance, but has branched out since then to cover other aspects of personal finance. Erin is well-versed in traditional media with reporting, interviewing and research, as well as using graphic design and video and audio storytelling to share with her readers.