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Old 08-20-2019, 02:42 PM
 
Location: Dallas, TX and Las Vegas, NV
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Single Malt Scotch — many brands included Kirklands
Wine
Ladies travel pants (great for hiking)
Kirkland brand (packaged by Starbucks) espresso coffee beans
Decaf Coffee
Bananas
Rotisserie chicken
Pumpkin pie (when available)
Kirklands nonfat Greek yogurt
Mini chicken wontons
Cashews
Toilet paper
Chlorine Tablets for our pool
Dishwasher pods
Vanity fair luncheon napkins
Paper towels
Cage free eggs
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Old 08-21-2019, 09:25 AM
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Location: New York Area
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Old 08-21-2019, 10:01 AM
 
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No need to "load up".

There's a Costco 2 miles from my house, 2 miles from where I work, and one about half-way between home and work.
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Old 09-03-2019, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Texas from Maryland
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Old 09-03-2019, 09:31 PM
 
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I have never been to Costco but have a Sams membership...we go for the cases of V8 in the cans....such a better deal than stores, zip lock bags, frozen cod, cheese and whatever else we see...usually never get out of there under $300 but like others said, ours is also pretty far.....As meat goes, we love Sam's meat..just talking about this the other day with people.....I buy their $1.99 pork loins and we get about 4 meals out of one, just my husband and I....their steaks are really good...I wish it was closer..

The last time we went our car broke down with all our stuff in the back, it was like 85 degrees..had to walk on the interstate to buy a Styrofoam cooler at the gas station jam it in and ice and wait for a tow...5 hrs later we were home and our food was ok.....any longer we would have had to pitch the meat.....

The scallops.....The Sam's has them here in Knoxville all the time......but at $26.99lb we passed.....that's a hefty price.....
re: scallops - Yikes, At that price I bet they were shipped in from Maine.

You have my sympathy about the car breaking down after a Costco shopping spree. Total bummer. It's one of those 'That which does not kill us makes us stronger' days

I do an occasional meat/produce-run to Whole Foods. On hot days they give out little courtesy bags of crushed ice to keep your perishables cool on the way home. I drive extra cautious from fear of being stopped for a traffic citation, which can keep you sitting in the sun for hours.
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Old 09-03-2019, 11:28 PM
 
Location: Majestic Wyoming
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No need to "load up".

There's a Costco 2 miles from my house, 2 miles from where I work, and one about half-way between home and work.
You're lucky. Our closest Costco is two hours away from us. We most definitely have to load up because we won't be back again for another month or two.

We buy their great big five pound block of cheese. We chop it up and vacuum seal it. We get all of our bath tissue and paper towels from Costco. We buy the grain free cat food there. We buy butter like crazy there, their prices can't be beat on butter with any of our local stores. We get a lot of baking goods from them like Brown Sugar, vanilla extract, powered sugar. Also bulk spices too. We buy a lot at Costco. It's been an adjustment living so far away from it now, but we've adapted.
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