If you are a big fan of buying in bulk, then it's helpful to keep tabs on Costco holiday hours. The next one coming up: Labor Day! So while you start planning for your end of summer BBQ or need to pick up a few last-minute school supplies, you might be wondering: Is Costco open on Labor Day 2022?

Is Costco open on Labor Day 2022?

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Costco may be closed on Labor Day, but you can shop their unbeatable prices beforehand.
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In light of the federal holiday recognizing the contributions of American workers, the wholesale company is closed on Monday, September 5. While you may not be able to buy in bulk for your final summer cookout, rest assured that Costco will remain open on the Sunday leading up to Labor Day. Plus, plenty of grocery stories remain open on the holiday, as well.

If you want to double-check the Sunday hours of the Costco closest to you, they have a handy "Find a Warehouse" tool on their website. All you need to do is type in your zip code, and the screen will populate with nearby locations. You can click "Store Details" to view that store's hours — and you'll notice that there is a note saying: "Labor Day Closed."

What are Costco's holiday hours?

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The wholesale company focuses on employee benefits and quality products.
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Labor Day is one of seven holidays the company gives their workers off. You can cross-reference Costco's holiday hours and closures via their holiday calendar that marks when the store will follow regular hours. Costco is also closed on New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. That means the wholesale store is open 358 days of the year — which sounds like a pretty good bargain to us.

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Elizabeth Berry (she/her) is the Updates Editor at the Good Housekeeping Institute where she optimizes lifestyle content across verticals. Prior to this role, she was an Editorial Assistant for Woman’s Day where she covered everything from gift guides to recipes. She also has experience fact checking commerce articles and holds a B.A. in English and Italian Studies from Connecticut College.