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Costco Now Has Its Own Line of Vodka Ice Pops | Ready-To-Freeze & Just 100 Calories Each

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Store display of Kirkland Signature Ready-To-Freeze Vodka Cocktails

If you are a fan of the trendy Vodka Pops that seem to be a popular adult treat to serve this summer, you won’t be surprised that Costco has just released its own line of Kirkland Signature Ready-To-Freeze Vodka Cocktails.

Kirkland Signature Ready-To-Freeze Vodka Cocktails in Costco store

Similar to the Slim Chillers Skinny Freezers Frozen Vodka Martinis that have been selling at Costco since earlier this year, this Kirkland variety features 3 different flavors – Lime Drop, Watermelon Hibiscus, and Strawberry Freeze. Each pop is around 100 calories with 8% alcohol!

These Kirkland Vodka Pops are sold in containers of 18 ready-to-freeze pouches and were priced at $16.99 at our Costco making them just 94¢ per pop! Let us know if you spot them in your store too!

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  1. Mickey

    These scare me. I could see little kids taking these and thinking the are ice pops.

    • monika

      But why would you put them where the kids ice pops are? Obviously put them in the deep freezer or somewhere they can’t get to it at. Monitor your kids. I don’t understand the fear.

      • Kathleen

        Agreed

      • Mary

        No parent has their eyeball on their kids 24/7. Parents don’t shower or go to the bathroom with their kids. This is the legitimate concern of a conscientious parent who probably has creative and/or rambunctious kids. You sound judgemental.

    • Denise

      I can understand why you might be concerned their are parents that don’t monitor their children well. I could see a kid thinking this is a regular popsicle and grabbing a few maybe passing them out to friends. Mom comes home kids are drunk 🥴

    • Dani

      I thought same thing- ppl say “monitor “ your kids as if they follow theirs around all day!! It takes a few moments! And with older kids- few sec.
      I think it’s a terrible idea and one more way alcohol is glamorized and appealing to kids. Even the colors…
      This isn’t exactly unintentional! Alcohol industry is notorious for marketing to teens – this seems like even younger now

      • shelly

        I agree. They are trying to target a younger, hopefully legal audience. Now, if alcohol comes packaged like capri sun packages or juice boxes you cant tell me they arent marketing this only for adults! Does anyone remember candy cigarettes or candy cigarette chewing gum?! I couldnt wait to buy those as a kid and today I’m thinking how awful it was that I wanted them.

      • Ann

        I completely agree. Millennials consume less alcohol than previous generations as well. I think the alcohol companies are realizing that they have to become even more savvy and target the people in Gen Z/Gen Alpha since they missed out on the millennials, and what better way to do that than a spin on a summertime snack that was originally meant for kids?

  2. heather

    More so, what bothers me…i can never find these at my Costco!! Haha

    • Sheila

      I saw them on a display right outside the milk cooler at my Costco.

    • Cara

      Right? I was there today and didn’t see them 🙁 Looks like another Costco trip is in order 🙂

  3. Guggie

    Are they still filled with a bunch of crap? For the price, can we at least get dye-free lol.

  4. Stacey

    Saw them in the Kansas City – North store on the end cap of the alcohol section.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for letting us know where you spotted them!

  5. Karen

    Wonder if they give out samples of these. Get adults feeling good to buy more stuff 😂

  6. Nancy

    I got them & they are not good. They have a very chemically taste to them. Not impressed!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Darn! Sorry to hear you didn’t care for them, Nancy. I haven’t tried these yet.

  7. Shelly

    Thank you for posting! The information is put out there for people interested in the alcohol pops. ( I’m interested) I never understand the negative or useless comments. If they’re not for you scroll on by.

  8. Helen in Meridian

    I bought them last week. They were in front of the wine section. I prefer the other brand because these are a wider tube and you eat them faster. Also with wide tube, hard to drink a little of the remains in the bottom. I did not like their watermelon hibiscus pop tastes like perfume, not watermelon. Tho cheaper and more in the pkg, these are not as good as their other grown up pops.

  9. Ann

    I completely agree about these being made to appeal to kids. Millennials consume less alcohol than previous generations as well. I think the alcohol companies are realizing that they have to become even more savvy and target the people in Gen Z/Gen Alpha since they missed out on the millennials, and what better way to do that than a spin on a summertime snack that was originally meant for kids?

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