You might be surprised to learn that Costco is a dependable retailer to pick up a PC from, assuming you have a membership already. You’ll be able to get the same bells and whistles you see from other prebuilt PCs such as liquid cooling and RGB lighting — if you want that, of course.
You’ll also have access to the same type of promotions like getting a free copy of a game included with your purchase — “Alan Wake 2” as an example. As well, laptops at Costco have offers including a free year of a Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscription — offering some of the best Office suite products for both work and play.
Something that will definitely interest Costco shoppers is the warranty. By default, a new PC you purchase will come with a two-year warranty, giving peace of mind for these big purchases. This warranty also applies to TVs, phones, projectors, appliances, and even Apple products you purchase from Costco. On top of that, you’ll get free technical support and troubleshooting advice when you need it. There’s also a 90-day return policy if you’re not happy with the purchase.
Whether you’re looking for a gaming PC, or something for work, there are plenty of options available from Costco. If you’re getting a high-end gaming PC, expect to spend over $1,000 for a great rig. A laptop for more casual or work use will only cost a few hundred dollars, and you’ll still be backed by the same warranty and return policy. Obviously, the downside to all this is needing a membership if you don’t already have one.