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    Quote Originally Posted by Peachy View Post
    I use men's Gillette Sensor Excel. I only use one blade a month or so, so I don't go through very many. I hate women's razors.
    Just sharing. They do have TONS of different varieties and most people can find something comparable to what they use.

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    Thanks, I just ordered some super combo pack. It was still a cyber week special + 20% off my first order.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peachy View Post
    I use men's Gillette Sensor Excel. I only use one blade a month or so, so I don't go through very many. I hate women's razors.
    I hope you have your own and don't just borrow your DH's razor. Because it cuts down on his usage. Not that I know anything about wives who borrow razors and make their husbands upset about it. No, not at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Old Goat View Post
    We don't have Sam's anymore. They made a big splashy entrance into Canada several years ago but couldn't compete with the pre-existing Costco (which was called Price Club back then ).
    My mom still calls Costco Price Club.

    We have a Costco here - it is around 30 minutes away and I go maybe 3x a year. I keep the membership because it is worth it when I want to get something big, like new car tires, or if we are having a big party and need a bunch of booze. Besides that, I always buy the same general stuff. Some of it is food that isn't really available or is very expensive in normal UK supermarkets, like maple syrup, albacore tuna, sourdough pretzels, etc. I also buy paper towels because British paper towels are too small! And TP, dish and laundry detergent, razors, eggs, coffee, and ketchup. That's about it - I can't go too crazy because our car isn't very big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TapToTalk View Post
    I hope you have your own and don't just borrow your DH's razor. Because it cuts down on his usage. Not that I know anything about wives who borrow razors and make their husbands upset about it. No, not at all.
    We don't share razors! We don't even share bathrooms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiftOfFlavor View Post
    So not the same here.

    Walmart:Target
    Sams:Costco

    costco>sams

    I haven't visited a vast selection of Sams vs Costco, but I will confidently say that the Sams Club in Boardman Ohio, and the Costco in Madison WI are almost indistinguishable. They are laid out almost identically, they carry pretty much the same stuff, and they have the same kind of shoppers. No, wait - the Costco in Madison did have a snowshoe special, which I have never seen in Sams Club, but probably that's a state thing more than a store thing.
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    Oh! Actually, the best thing is the cheap generic meds! We buy the giant bottles of generic ibuprofin and generic zyrtec, and it's about $14 for a year's worth!
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    When dd was little, taking my mom to Costco was one of our regular outings. But Dh and I have never bought our own membership, because in dh's words "they should be paying *us* to shop there" not the other way around. After Costco had been in our city for a little bit other stores started matching their prices on a lot of stuff anyway.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TapToTalk View Post
    We don't have BJ's Wholesale Club here. We do have BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse. Lots of locations. It's good to have a lot of choices of BJ's.




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    Quote Originally Posted by M&M View Post



    Andee, I have bought their chicken salad a couple of times and really like it, as well. http://www.samsclub.com/sams/sycamor...2-oz/157402.ip
    Yeah, that is the stuff. So good. Seems like someone here recommended it. Maybe it was you. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealCranky View Post
    I haven't visited a vast selection of Sams vs Costco, but I will confidently say that the Sams Club in Boardman Ohio, and the Costco in Madison WI are almost indistinguishable. They are laid out almost identically, they carry pretty much the same stuff, and they have the same kind of shoppers. No, wait - the Costco in Madison did have a snowshoe special, which I have never seen in Sams Club, but probably that's a state thing more than a store thing.
    Costco snowshoes are very normal here.

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