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Costco Lovers!
« on: Mar 06 08 01:59 »
 I can't believe we don't have a I (heart) Costco thread.  
 
We need one, don't we?  Maybe I need one.  LOL
 

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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #1 on: Mar 06 08 02:01 »
We Costco lovers are a pointless bunch.
 
 Will anyone else admit to eating Costco samples for lunch?
   
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #2 on: Mar 06 08 02:04 »
Lunch?  I go there for dinner.      

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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #3 on: Mar 06 08 02:13 »
hahahaha.
 
 I do like shopping during the "dinner hour" because the store is relatively empty.
   
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #4 on: Mar 06 08 02:34 »
Hi, My name is Russ and I have a problem.. a Costco Problem...

  I never thought about going there over dinner.. I usually go in the later evening when Starfishie is off work. Im not allowed to go when she's not around for some reason.
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #5 on: Mar 06 08 03:54 »
Hi.

  My name is P.C. and I'm a Costcoholic.  I know all of you here are going through the same things that I am.  Everytime someone says.."that's cool...where'd you get it", you have to face the rolling eyes, because the answer is always the same.  How you wouldn't normally tell someone what you paid for something, but you find yourself adding..."and it only cost X$" to every sentence.  I need to change....and that's why I'm here.

  *I bet I could change totally.  I could probably get hair colour, sunglasses, a trench coat....ALL from Costco.
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #6 on: Mar 06 08 05:39 »
Have any of your bought from the Costco website?   I haven't yet.
 
   
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #7 on: Mar 06 08 05:54 »
I have. [img style="CURSOR: pointer" onclick=url(this.src); src="http://www.cheesebuerger.de/images/more/bigs/a143.gif" border=0]
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #8 on: Mar 06 08 06:28 »
I just got home from purchasing a new car thru the Costco program.  Met with the salesman Costco sent me to at the dealership and test drove the model.  Special Costco prenegotiated price was not the best......showed him the quotes I received from dealerships around the area.  He matched the lowest offer.

  I too go there around dinner time for the samples.......samples are usually larger than during lunch periods

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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #9 on: Mar 06 08 06:31 »
I didn't even know about this program 49er.  They don't actually have cars there...right ?
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #10 on: Mar 06 08 06:35 »
Hi I'm sd,
I've never been to Costco.  
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #11 on: Mar 06 08 06:40 »
No, Costco do not sell the cars.  They have already negotiated prices with local dealers.  You register with Costco and a saleman from the dealership will call you.  After you get back from the test drive the salesperson will show you the invoice and the pre-arranged markup.........I'm certain Costco makes some money from the arrangement.  Like I said, I got a better deal thru Yahoo auto site  

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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #12 on: Mar 06 08 06:44 »
oooh....Costco's auto and homeowners insurance (Ameriprise) are very low compare with others.  I used to have AAA for my auto and homeowners but saved 60% when I switched to Ameriprise and with more coverage on the auto.

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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #13 on: Mar 06 08 07:50 »
I think 49er is the King Costco Addict.
 
 
 
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Re: Costco Lovers! - pointless
« Reply #14 on: Mar 06 08 07:57 »
I'm thinking of getting a membership. How much is it? $50 or something like that?
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