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Unread 02-24-2010, 11:36 PM
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I have a membersh!p at Sam's Club. I like everything about it. I can't remember if it has diet mountain dew but if it does that's big. I've never been to costco, but can't imagine it being much better.
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I love CostCo here in Calgary. For groceries and household incidentals, mostly. I live all of two minutes away from one. She's convenient.

Service is amazing. Selection could be better, but they cover most of the essentials. Everything is such a rip-off here that you're literally spending twice as much for the same/inferior goods if you're not shopping at CostCo. Excepting a couple items here and there that Wal-Mart and Superstore have recently become competitive on.

Also, we don't have Sam's in Canuckistan (not anymore), so.
Which one do you shop at?

If you hate line-ups avoid the deerfoot meadows location - It's the busiest store in North America.
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Costco's great for quality. Most things they carry are exceptionally good, even standard "Kirkland" brand, but it's usually nowhere near the cheapest.
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Which one do you shop at?

If you hate line-ups avoid the deerfoot meadows location - It's the busiest store in North America.


That very one. I just beat the rush by only going at certain times. I buy a lot at once. Load up my freezer bags with enough to make the trip out of the garage to the cellar a respectable farmers' walk.

Seems to me it has the best selection, Deerfoot Meadows.
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I just beat the rush by only going at certain times. I buy a lot at once. Load up my freezer bags with enough to make the trip out of the garage to the cellar a respectable farmers' walk.

Seems to me it has the best selection.
Somehow equated Deerfoot Meadows to Beacon Hill.

I shop at the Beacon Hill Costco here. And one of the "certain times" I referred to was Tuesday afternoons right around 2:30 (p.m.). It'll be busy when you get in but by the time the cart's full, the lines'll be 5-10 minutes max.

As you might infer, I'll be heading there in a little bit, actually. Sorry about the confusion.
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