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Should Costco have its own thread? I don't know how many of them sell fresh food and meat. I bought one of the buy and bake pizzas at Costco today. It seemed awfully cheap ($7.99). I decided that was probably because it was square and they may be experimenting with that (square takebake combo--the pepperoni and plain cheese were the same price). I have a Wolf Range--not the full commercial but fancier than a basic home range. It has 6 burners. I think if it as being pretty big. It's never been inadequate for anything we've asked of it in going on 2 years. (I'd have to dig through paperwork to give the precise specs.) The pizza is too big to fit in my oven! It looked like it might just fit, but I realized immediately that the front glass door was getting coated in cheese and tomato. I folded a margin of it over and am still attempting to cook it. When I bought it, I had figured if it was terrible, it was only $8, but I didn't factor in to that the labor cost of cleaning my oven door. Thank you very much .
Any Costco members here also part of Sam's Club? I joined recently because AMEX is reimbursing the first year's membership fee and Sam's Club is offering a free upgrade to Plus for new members -- which includes the ability to shop starting a 7 am, a huge perk that Costco doesn't come close to providing. That said, what kinds of food tend to be a better purchase at Sam's Club than Costco, if anything? I searched for articles online and most of them point to the prescription drug benefits but nothing really about food.