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It’s September, so it’s officially time for all things pumpkin. You may have noticed that some retailers are already selling pumpkin-flavored goodies. Costco is no exception. Shoppers are in for a treat because the warehouse club’s iconic pumpkin pie is starting to return to clubs in time for the upcoming season. It’s delicious and sold at an affordable price — making it the perfect item to bring to your next gathering without draining your bank account balance.

Costco shoppers rave about this fall favorite

You’re missing out if you have yet to try Costco’s famous pumpkin pie. Fans of this tasty treat appreciate how much deliciousness they get for such an affordable price. Costco members are taking to Facebook groups and Reddit to share their excitement about the news.

If you’re curious whether there’s been a price increase in 2023, I’m happy to share that several members have confirmed that the price continues to be $5.99 this year. But remember that prices can vary from club to club, so check with your local club to be sure.

Each pie weighs in at 58 ounces, which means you’re getting over 3.5 pounds of pumpkiny goodness. For only $6, this feels like a steal. With the high cost of groceries, it would likely be challenging to bake a large pumpkin pie at home for a significantly lower price.

If you are going to pick up a pie at Costco, make sure you have a plan for it. Since it’s a massive pie, you may want to share it with friends and family. If you think you won’t be able to eat it all within a couple of days (no judgment if you will — I’m right there with you), you may want to freeze part of it to enjoy later. That way, no food or money gets wasted.

You can enjoy cozy fall vibes without ignoring your budget

Move over summer; it’s autumn’s time to shine — sorry to anyone still clinging to summer! For those looking to stock up on all things fall flavored, Costco isn’t the only retailer with affordable food finds. You can celebrate the season without going broke by shopping at the right places.

Trader Joe’s is another retailer with fall items already starting to appear on shelves. This is a favorite place to shop for many people working hard to reach personal finance goals. Trader Joe’s sells various affordable everyday essentials and food items.

Wondering what fall goodies you can score at your local Trader Joe’s store? The following items are being sold for less than $5 each at Trader Joe’s locations in the New York City area:

Apple and pumpkin hand piesApple cider donutsRoasted turkey and sweet potato burrito

More fall finds will likely be available in the coming weeks, so be on alert so you don’t miss out! Before heading to your local store, you can use the Trader Joe’s website to see what’s currently in stock and review prices to avoid overspending.

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