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Warehouse Prices Without Member Fees at Cost U Less

cheese and soda aisle at cost u less in st thomas usvi

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Whether you’re in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands as a visitor, a local — or always in spirit — Coconut Post keeps you posted on fun-filled news ’n views. Published monthly by Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, we’re focused on sharing our people, places, and fun things happening in paradise.

October, 2021

the exterior of cost u less in st thomas usvi.

Above: Cost U Less is located at Market Square East on Weymouth Rhymer Highway.

In addition to the convenience of having a restaurant and coffee shop located on the property, Flamboyan Resort is situated near a number of convenience marts and grocery stores.

For guests planning to take advantage of the resort’s fully appointed kitchenettes, Cost U Less is just 2.8 miles door-to-door and could be the ideal one-stop shop for families traveling on a budget.

Promoted as the St. Thomas version of a Costco-style enterprise, the added good news is that Cost U Less never charges a membership fee.

Owned by North West Company International, Cost U Less operates throughout the U. S. territories, as well as island countries in the Pacific, the Caribbean and Hawaii.

Although bulk buying is basically the name of the game, at the Cost U Less on St. Thomas, you will notice some sections, including the produce department, operate much like other supermarkets. You’ll also see a cooler stocked with standard size packaged snacks, meats, and cheeses as well as select refreshments in individual sizes.

In addition to an impressive selection of wine and liquor by the bottle, Cost U Less is a great place to stock up on domestic and imported brews. Be sure to check out the walk-in beer cooler, too.

At checkout, your selections are not bagged but placed back into your cart. Bring your own shopping bags, purchase insulated logo bags, or help yourself to cardboard boxes from the bin near the exit door.

produce area in cost u less in st thomas usvi

Above: At Cost U Less, a terrific selection of fresh produce is available at reasonable prices.

Top of the page: Cost U Less has a cooler filled with packaged cheeses, meats, and snacks as well as six-packs, 12-packs and individually sized grab-n-go beverages.

liquor and beer aisle at cost u less in st thomas usvi

Above: In addition to large displays of wine and liquor, Cost U Less features a walk-in beer cooler offering domestic and imported brands.

candy aisle in cost u less in st thomas usvi

Above: Just in time for Halloween festivities, Cost U Less is an ideal place to save on name-brand candy treats.

Hours of Operation
Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
and Sunday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

For more information, click HERE for their website or call 340-777-3570.

Click HERE to view on Google Maps.

Cost U Less is at Market Square East, 4400 Weymouth Rhymer Highway.

Driving Direction From Flamboyan Resort:
Turn left onto Route 42, drive one mile and turn right onto Route 39. At the first stop sign, turn right followed by an immediate left, continuing downhill on Route 39 until you see signs for Home Depot on your right. Turn in and follow the road to Cost U Less.


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