Costco Announces Plans To Crack Down On Non-Members Eating At Food Court

Costco has announced they will initiate measures to prevent non-members from indulging in the club’s tasty offerings.

A picture was recently shared from a Orlando, Florida location of a sign on display stating that individuals without a valid Costco membership card will not be able to make purchases at the food court.

Although this rule has always existed, it has not been effectively enforced.

Effective on April 8th, members will need to show their Costco membership card prior to placing their food order.

The annual Costco membership fee is $60, and a total of two people over the age of 18 living at the same address can use the membership.