You probably remember that, in January of 2018, we told you that the new flavors of the popular Costco vodka were all flavored with rocket popsicles.
Now we’re finally getting some more information about them.
As it turns out, these flavors are not just a one-off deal, but they’ll also be available at the retail stores that carry them as well.
The only way to know if they’re good enough is to try them.
So we’re here to break down the new, expensive flavors, along with the price.
What to Know Costco vodka will be available in three flavors: Rocket, Sparkling and Sparkling Gold.
Rocket is a fruity and minty flavor that will be the same as the previous flavors, and it will be a $6.99 a pop.
Rocket will also be in bottles and cans at the retailers where you can buy it.
Sparkling is a sweet, refreshing flavor that is $5.99 per pop.
Sparkles will also start appearing in Costco stores starting today.
The price is the same for each of these flavors, which means you won’t have to worry about having to pay extra for the extra product.
However, the new vodka flavors will only be available on Costco.com until March 5th, so you can’t buy them anywhere else.
The flavors will also include a “Costco Exclusive” flavor, which will be only available in Costco locations.
Costco has also announced that it will offer its brand-new Rocket flavor in a $10.99 case.
It’s unclear what exactly this will be called, but the name sounds pretty good.
The brand-name vodka will also also be on its own shelf at the stores that stock the flavors, as well as the new Costco website.
It seems like Costco has gone ahead and made sure that the flavors are worth the extra $6 a pop, even if you don’t buy the new ones.
What to Know Costco will also offer two flavors of its own, Sparkled Gold and Sparkled Wine.
Sparkled is a rich, spicy, minty and tangy flavor.
Sparkls will also begin appearing in stores starting March 5.
Costco will also launch two flavors from the brand-named, $12.99 Sparkled brand: Gold and Wine.
The $12 price tag is pretty steep for a $12 product, but it will come with a bottle of Gold that will come in two different flavors: Sparkling, a fruities-forward and mint-flavored flavor, and Sparkles, a slightly sweet and citrusy flavor with hints of lime.
Both of these are on Costco’s website for $12 a pop and can be found at the following Costco locations: Costco Wholesale Center at 1080 Walnut St. in Chicago, Ill.
(just outside the Whole Foods store), Costco at 1535 West Broadway in Philadelphia, Pa.
(near the Wal-Mart) and Costco at 619 West Washington Ave.
in Oakland, Calif.
(on the corner of 14th Street and Washington Avenue)Costco also plans to start offering its own version of the $12 Sparkled bottle on March 5, as will all of its other bottles.
So, how much will this $6 vodka taste like?
It’s going to be a lot cheaper than the other two.
As you can see in the photo above, the bottle costs $4.99 and the contents are: 1.5 ounces of Sparkling 1.75 ounces of Gold.
You can pick either up for $4 or $5 per bottle, but there’s a good chance you’ll have to spend some extra money to get it.
We’ll be checking back with Costco to see how they handle this as well, but in the meantime, we’re excited to see what they’ve got planned.
If you’re a Costco shopper, you can still grab these flavors at the regular price of $6 for 1.25 ounces and $6 per bottle for 1 ounce of Sparkles.
If you’re not, though, the $6 bottle is only $3.99.
All of the new price points are available until March 1, but we’ve got a few other great things to share with you.
You’ll be able to get $5 off your first purchase when you use code “POPSTICKS” when you visit Costco.
There’s also an additional discount on the Costco Whole Foods Center store when you enter code “CODEX” in the store when checking out for the first time.
And you can now order a bottle from the store for $5 instead of $12, which is even cheaper!
And there’s still the $2.99 Costco Gift Card for a free gift card on your first Costco purchase.