These Reader-Fave Greenmade 27-Gallon Storage Totes w/ Lids Are Only $8.99 at Costco | Perfect for Holiday Decorations

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Costco has home storage solutions!

Stop by your local Costco warehouse where you may be able to find these Greenmade 27 Gallon Storage Totes with Lids for only $8.99!

If your kitchen, garage, or closets need a serious organizational run-through, these large storage totes can help! You can use them to store your out-of-season clothing and shoes, holiday lights and other decorations, books, and more.

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Comments 6

  1. Amber

    These look almost exactly the same as the Commander totes sold at Lowe’s for $15. But, are they as sturdy?

    • Jeremiah2911

      Yes, if not even sturdier! I’ve used for farming and moving purchasing from Lowes, Home Depot and Costco. The Costco are by far my favorite! I’ve had several lids break on the Lowes and Home Depot bins.

  2. Materof6

    I’ve got several of these through the years and they are awesome! Very sturdy and they stack great! I was just thinking the other day that I need to get a couple of more and was wondering when Costco would put them on sale…thanks, Hip2Save!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome! I agree! They hold up SO well! Thanks for commenting!

  3. Jeremiah2911

    Love these bins! We’ve used for farming and moving (1000x better than cardboard for securely packing and stacking your stuff). They often get marked down $2 and that is definitely the time to stock up! The smaller bins are less of a savings but great for heavier items and 2 stack perfectly on top of 1 of these larger bins.

  4. Seb

    Can you please explain what is meant when you say you use these bins for farming ? Thanks

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