You can buy or save for the future at Costco.
This week, Costco said it would introduce a new feature to its website that lets shoppers make money by buying or saving for the upcoming year.
The new program lets consumers pay off their bills in increments over the next few years, like a mortgage.
The savings are earned in the future.
The feature will be rolled out over a few months, Costco spokeswoman Andrea Miller said.
Costco has been offering the savings program for a couple of years, and Miller said the program is designed to give customers an incentive to keep shopping.
It also helps keep shoppers in the store longer and is aimed at helping shoppers make more money for themselves.
Costo says the program, which will start rolling out over the summer, will allow customers to pay off bills in one of two ways: purchase and pay off a mortgage or save up for a car.
Miller said Costco’s program will only work for customers who have a checking account or who have signed up for Costco Credit, an online service that lets people buy and save for goods or services.
Costco doesn’t charge for the program.
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