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Costco Is Now Selling A $6,000 Doomsday Prepper Food Kit, In Case You Need One

By Jonna Ivin-Patton

Just in case you're worried about a hurricane crashing through your town or maybe you're losing sleep over what global apocalypse Donald Trump's next tweet may cause, you can relax now. Costco is here for you. The wholesale store is offering pallets of food that can feed a family of four for up to a year. And at the bargain price of $5,999, you can order online and get free shipping. Free shipping!

Costco says on its website:

 Enjoy the comfort in knowing you have the essential foods your family will need to survive an emergency or natural disaster!

As an added bonus Costco will deliver the 1,800 packages of food right to your door and the contents are “packaged discreetly for privacy in shipping.” No one needs nosy neighbors knowing that you have plenty of food when it all hits the fan. Also, no one needs people laughing and calling you a paranoid prepper behind your back. Win-win!

If the cost has you worried, just remember the GOP recently passed a HUGE tax break and, according to House Speaker Paul Ryan, that money is already rolling in. In a tweet that has since been deleted, Ryan bragged that a secretary who earned an extra $1.50 a week could cover her annual Costco membership for the year.