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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    It is closing in three weeks (no advance notice to employees, including management level staff).
    That sounds like advance notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    All I ever hear out of anyone's mouth is Costco Costco Costco.
    Not a fan of Costco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plantmanky View Post
    Not a fan of Costco.
    I prefer. Sams also. For awhile we had both memberships. Went back to Sams.

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    Same here although most of my purchasing for the past couple months has been online. I compare Sam's and Amazon and purchase accordingly.

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    Will they be refunding membership fees?

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    I hate shopping in super packed stores, regardless of which name is above their door. I've never been to a Sams or Costco that wasn't packed.

    With the impending weather, the local Kroger was packed last night. Good thing that I chose Click List! Done in five minutes.

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    Only a handful closed and not to reopen yesterday, the majority of the 63 clubs will close over the coming weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    I hate shopping in super packed stores, regardless of which name is above their door. I've never been to a Sams or Costco that wasn't packed.

    With the impending weather, the local Kroger was packed last night. Good thing that I chose Click List! Done in five minutes.
    Click List is the Bomb!!!

    Contrary to what most people think the produce selected has been great, I was told employees that pick the Click List items are trained to pick out the best produce or meat or whatever, becuase they know if someone gets one bad selection on fresh product the entire thing starts to break down. Our Kroger does a great job.

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    Love ClickList!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawildcat View Post
    Love ClickList!

    Would you mind telling me about ClickList? This is the first I've heard of it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    Would you mind telling me about ClickList? This is the first I've heard of it. Thanks.
    If your Kroger has it...you go online and select your groceries, select an available pick up time, pull up to pick-up lane and call store, groceries are brought out and loaded in your car and you pay. Takes about 5 minutes.

    I think there is a $4 charge for the service...which keeps people from just getting a gallon of milk.

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    We use the Walmart pick up service and it is awesome. Won't ever do a different way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    If your Kroger has it...you go online and select your groceries, select an available pick up time, pull up to pick-up lane and call store, groceries are brought out and loaded in your car and you pay. Takes about 5 minutes.

    I think there is a $4 charge for the service...which keeps people from just getting a gallon of milk.
    Thank you. Apparently, I need to get my head out of stars and find out what's going on around me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    Thank you. Apparently, I need to get my head out of stars and find out what's going on around me.
    All stores don't have it, the new one in Somerset does but the older one doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider View Post
    We use the Walmart pick up service and it is awesome. Won't ever do a different way.
    Haven't used Walmart but have used Kroger and Sam's. Pretty convenient.

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