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Costco Winter Aisle 2020 Superpost! Children’s Clothing Section

Location: Langley, BC Costco Warehouse

Hi Everyone,

NOTE: For the next little while, I’ll be replacing my usual seasonal aisle posts with the smaller, essential sections to encourage physical distancing!

Now that the weather is getting warmer, it occured to me that I really need some new spring clothes for the kids.  Due to our extended holiday last year, the last time we bought summer or spring clothes for the kids was in 2018!  It needed some short sleeved tops and bottoms or dresses for the kids.  The once nice thing about the clothing section at Costco right now, is that due to the shopper limits inside the store, the clothing section is almost empty all the time!  I had lots of room to take my pictures today.

I decided not to take pictures of the Adult clothing.  I just want to limit my exposure inside the store, but I know that kids grown and we will always be looking for clothes for them.

Happy Shopping!

A quick reminder that if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, you should be self-isolating for 14 days.  Each province has their own Health recommendations based on the provinces individual risk assessment and I would recommend that you follow the recommendations for your specific province.  Information can be found at the following websites.

BC COVID-19 Information

Alberta COVID-19 Information

Saskatchewan COVID-19 Information

Manitoba CDC Information

If you are out in public, please practice social distancing which means:

  • Limit activities outside your home
  • Use virtual options to connect with others
  • If you are out in public, try to keep 2 metres between yourself and others.
  • ‎Keep your hands at your side when possible
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cough into your elbow or sleeve
  • Avoid social activities in large gatherings.

Stay safe and remember to wash your hands with soap and water often!

New Costco Shopping Updates: Senior Hours, In-store Shopper Limits, Product Limits & Return Restrictions!

Happy Shopping!


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  1. Thank you so much for this and everything you do. I am in a remote community and I have friends shopping and sending me items that we can’t get right now. Having this information is essential so I can just advise them of what I need and they are in and out of the store!

  2. Hello,

    Thank you so much for your postings. I did go to Costco in Langley yesterday, Apr 1st, and the line up was nuts… I turned around and went back to South Surrey. Save on foods was ok in terms of stock but prices do not compare…

    Again many thanks and everyone SHOULD STAY HOME!

  3. Firstly, thanks for this website!
    Costco lineup are crazy at the moment, with the covid in full swing I am no longer going to Costco it’s too irresponsible and a waist of time. Options to consider, ordering online; seems like most Costco products are now available online and the delivery fee is waive if you spend x amount, another option: ask for your membership refund, ( eventually when you go back to Costco), shop elsewhere for the moment in the less busy stores. I attempted to go to Costco this week and then I turned around immediately after seeing the hundreds of people waiting outside, we do have to change our habits for a while and maybe we don’t need bulk of everything but our sanity!!

    • Our Costco here in Calgary, looks busy on the outside from the line up, but that is because they only let so many in at a time. They wipe down the carts before you take them. The line moves fairly fast, and once you get in there, there are workers reminding evetyone to keep their 2 meter distance. It was the most pleasant shopping experience that we have ever had! You can go as fast or as slow as you need too. Then, there is someone managing the checkout lines, so there were no long wait lines, and everyone is physically distanced. Of all the grocery stores we’ve been to, Costco is the most conscientious, and well organized. Also with it being larger, it is much easier for people to keep the proper distance.

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