Costco sells these Liquid IV Hydration Multiplier for $22.99. Scroll down for photos. They are currently on sale ($6 off) their advertised price of $28.99. I’ll be completely honest. I don’t use these on a regular basis. I generally use them after a night when I’ve been served 1 too many drinks. They really do help kickstart the day from a possible hangover. A couple glasses of water, mixed with some liquid hydration & you’re on the road to recovery. These are great to have around for the hot summer days. If you’re someone that tends to cramp & you have a physically demanding job, these are great to have. Best part about this specific pack is that it’s FSA eligible. It doesn’t say on the price tag, but Costco online has it labeled “FSA Eligible”. Here are a few more details about this Costco Liquid IV Hydration Multiplier……..
- Non-GMO Hydration Powder Mixes Into 16oz. Of Water
- 3x the Electrolytes of Leading Sports Drinks
- 11 Essential Vitamins and Minerals
- No Artificial Sweeteners, Flavors, Colors or Preservatives
- FSA Eligible Item
- Flavor: Strawberry
Liquid IV Hydration Multiplier Strawberry 30 Stick Pack
People absolutely love these Liquid IV packets. They currently have a 4.7/5 star rating on Costco’s website with almost 6,000 reviews. Not many products have that high a rating with the quantity of reviews. The main concern was the one I noticed immediately. When you look at the nutrition facts the first 2 ingredients are cane sugar and dextrose. Those are 2 things I try to limit myself from eating. That’s why I don’t drink these regularly. If you can’t find these at Costco, or want to try the other flavors, make sure to check them out here (Lemon Lime, Passion Fruit, Acai Berry)…..
- Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier, Electrolyte Powder, Easy Open Packets, Supplement Drink Mix (Lemon Lime, 16 Count)
- Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier, Electrolyte Powder, Easy Open Packets, Supplement Drink Mix (Passion Fruit) (16)
- Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier, Electrolyte Powder, Easy Open Packets, Supplement Drink Mix (Acai Berry) (16)
Price: $22.99 (sale), $28.99 (regular), Item Number: 1471444
15 thoughts on “Costco Liquid IV Hydration Multiplier 30 Stick Pack”
I’m glad Costco has these now, going to start getting them from there and save a lot from their online MSRP!! I’m overweight and trying to drink enough water a day especially during the summer can be super tricky. I find being dehydrated even a little bit makes me feel so tired and anxious so I have become semi dependent on these for hotter days but also days where I won’t have a chance to sip water as often as I am supposed to.
For awareness – Costco’s “FSA Eligible” tag for this item can be a little misleading. Electrolyte replacements like Liquid IV are usually only FSA/HSA eligible with a Letter of Medical Necessity from your doctor.
That’s a great catch Jared! Thanks for the heads up. That is very misleading of Costco because sometimes I use my FSA card to purchase items. This would get denied obviously
You no longer need a Dr’s letter for the Liquid IV it is now sold over the counter!
I didn’t realize this product ever needed a doctors letter. I’ve always seen this on the shelves at Costco
How many of these Liquid I.V. Packets is too much to have per day? How often can you drink these? Is it safe enough for a 91 yr old to drink to keep hydrated?
I would think no more than 1 or 2. Look at the first ingredient. It’s Pure Cane Sugar. You don’t want to spike your glucose levels, especially if it’s a 91 year old. I would consult a doctor & look for other products with less sugar. Hope that helps
Thank you, yes I agree check with doctor first. Because I’m also concerned about the amount of sodium & potassium content too. As a person ages they have to watch their intake on certain things like this. Need blood tests to see where levels are.
This product got my attention because my 91 yr mother was in hospital twice within 3 weeks for dehydration. They had her on an I.V. she was feeling better when she came back home after this. Her blood work was normal except her Vitamin D was low. She drinks water, but not absorbing enough so I thought this would give her a boost as needed if she feels fatigue, weak, dizzy, foggy again. Especially on these very hot & humid 90+ weather days.
That is why it would be best to check with a doctor. Sorry to hear about your family member not doing well. I’m sure you are trying everything you can. Hope it ends up working out for you & the family. Thanks
The salt and sugar amounts are based off of recommendations put out by the World Health Organization for rapid rehydration in cases of dehydration. Not amazing for a main source of hydration but wonderful to bring those levels up when they are down.
Thanks Frankie. I generally use them on hikes or kept in my car for random times I may need them. They are nice to have around
Was this in Canada or the US?
This was located in the USA. Hope that helps
Where in the warehouse are these kept?
I found these over by the protein powders, medicine & beauty products. That’s where I’ve seen them almost every time at Costco. One time they were in the aisle next to the health & beauty section. They can be hidden sometimes, so make sure to look closely. Hope that helps