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Costco’s giant Santa and a light-up bauble cost $220 each. Here are the top 5 most expensive holiday items in store.

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Costco festive itemsInsider went to Costco to see what festive items were on offer for shoppers.

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  • Costco has a range of holiday decorations and gifts on offer, and some have a hefty price tag.
  • The most expensive festive item we found was a giant train priced at $243.
  • From giant Santa statues to Disney Holiday Houses, take a look at Costco’s most expensive items.
Costco has got in the festive spirit this year with its range of Christmas items on sale.Snow in front of Costco Wholesale, a warehouse store in Nisku.

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The popular US warehouse store has more than 116 million members worldwide. We visited a Costco in Croydon, south London, to see what holiday items were on offer.Costco LondonCostco London

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A large section of the Costco store was dedicated to Christmas. At the cheaper end, there were soft toys, gift sets, chocolates, and wrapping paper. But Costco also had some more expensive items.Costco holiday items

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This festive Disney Holiday House decoration doubled up to play holiday songs. If shoppers want to hear “Jingle Bells” from the House of Mouse this Christmas, it will set them back around £99 ($120.)Costco Christmas Disney House

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This 20-inch giant bauble caught our eye from across the store. There’s no way you can hang this on your Christmas tree, but it would definitely brighten up any room with its LED lights. It cost $134.Costco Giant Bauble

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One of the most joyful items in Costco was this six-foot Santa. It had twinkling lights and came with a $220 price tag.Costco Giant Santa

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Costco’s jolly, if slightly oversized, holiday sleigh came complete with giant candy canes, presents, and a hefty $220 price tag. The sparkly sleigh also lights up.Costco giant sleigh

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One of the biggest and most expensive items we saw on our trip was Costco’s giant light-up holiday train. Priced at $243, the train comes with 440 lights for an extra-festive feel.Light up Costco Christmas train

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Although Costco is known for its budget bargains, we were impressed by the warehouse store’s pricier range of holiday decorations and gifts.Costco LondonCostco London

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