We shop at Costco and will keep the membership. We really like the quality of the merchandise and meat there. The meat is ten times better than competitive stores and we just cannot find that quality anywhere else. People need a variety and while we don’t do all our shopping at Costco our purchases are bigger because of the bulk factor. Not all of the items there appeal to me but I have not had to buy computer paper in years and the toilet paper is far superior to other brands. I get rather tired of the multitude of choices in a Walmart where there is never any help to find anything and the sheer size makes me dizzy not to mention that they really are not the cheapest place to shop….Nor do I like to sort through racks and racks of clothing to find the Costco jeans and pants I buy regularly for 15.99 and last a good long time. Far better than other stores where yo might pay 2.-3.00 less but then have them last only five washings.
I am confused by the tactical pricing of vegetables and fruit at the major chains…One day 99 cents and the next day 2.49 for a pound of grapes…give me a break.
I do like the fact that Costco weeds out a lot of substandard products that might be cheaper but undesirable….But we all need some variety and Costco does that for me well.
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P.S. Do you remember that ebay auction where the seller was selling the blank piece of computer paper? Well, regardless of whether you remember it or not, it sold for $1.55 USD. I was wondering, could you loan me $1.00, I'll use it to buy computer paper and you shall be repaid with a 5 cent commission/blank piece of paper sold.
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