So, I took the time to do the math: The whole point of the Keurig is that it makes coffee fast with no mess, right?
A Keurig machine costs about $200
A full espresso machine, the ones that will grind the coffee for you (no mess), start at $600
If you have two people drinking 3 cups a day:
One pod Keurig is about $0.70 so $4.20 / day
1lb of coffee makes about 64 cups at $7.00/ lb, so about $.60/day for six cups.
That means you will be spending and extra $3.60/day for the Keurig
Or, in about 110 days, you would have paid the difference to get the real espresso machine.
What you save in about two years lets you buy one of the really fancy ones: http://www.costco.com/Jura-Impressa-Z7-One-Touch-Espresso-Machine.product.100148074.html
Bro do you even Costco??
$0.20/bag, and they're about a 10 minute drive away.
Still a lot of money to spend on fruit snacks, but gotta make every dollar count.
Oooh two more stories.
First one: As most elementary schoolers did, I misbehaved a lot in class. One day, my teacher wrote a note home in my agenda book. I really did not want my mom and dad to see the note, so I did the only reasonable thing I could think of. I grabbed a white out pen and started trying to cover up the note. The pen, however, was running out of white out, so I only managed to cover up about half of the note home. To help sell my story, I told my parents and the teacher that one of the dogs had knocked over a bottle of white out that happened to be near my agenda book, and it only landed on the note. It did not work.
Another time, I had forgotten to get my mom to sign my reading log for the week, so I did the only reasonable thing I could think of. I forged my mom's initials onto the reading log, and wrote a note at the bottom that said something along the lines of "sorry my handwriting looks so different. I hurt my hand." They didn't fall for it, and I received a lecture that day about how forgery was illegal.
Kirkland (Costco) Brand Mens Trail Sock, 4-pack
MOTHERFUCKER THAT IS $11.99^^^$11.99!!! FOR FOUR PAIRS OF MADE-IN-THE-MOTHER-FUCKING-U-S-OF-FUCKING-A SOCKS THAT WILL KEEP YOUR LOVED ONE`S TOES TOASTY ALL FUCKING WINTER. $3/PAIR!!!!!! YOU LITERALLY CANNOT FUCK THIS ONE UP, MOTHERFUCKER
I got my memory foam mattress topper from Costco! Love this thing.
But the great part about Costco is that you can return things much later. I bought a chair there that broke after 3 months, returned it and the second one I bought (for a full refund! What, what!), and Costco stopped selling that brand because they got enough complaints/returns.
So, I may not update my reviews on Amazon, but Costco takes the quality of the stuff they sell seriously.
But seriously, I've had this mattress topper for 3 years and it's AMAZING.
It's just a Kirkland brand protein bar. Tastes just like a Quest bar with nearly identical macros and less than half the price. I picked up a couple boxes in store two days ago. I paid $35 for 40 bars.
Step 1.) trash can
Step 2.) Flip er upside down
Step 3.) Gubbinz
Step 4.) Flash bitz
Step 5.) Lifta-droppas
Step 6.) More dakka
Step 7.) Base coat
Step 8.) Spray paint
Step 9.) Dry brush
Step 10.) CRUSH DA HUMMIES!
Total cost: 250$
All the teef in the world can't buy the satisfaction of stomping a 1500$ resin model with a pile of crap you glued together in your garage.
I wanted to point out that Costco sells emergency food in buckets... its cheap... I actually am going to start to use it as regular food because you can buy a years worth of food for less than $1000. Now, I don't use it for every meal. But, as a supplement it saves me tons of money. Since its individual ingredients you can make actual meals with it instead of just MRE style living.
Oh, and these are cool.
EDIT: Amazon has a "Starter pack" with 400+ meals for less than $100 if you want to try it. That is what my first order was.
If it's a 24 Hour Fitness, just find a friend with a Costco membership and give them cash to buy this.
Hard to get a better deal than that and you avoid haggling or the hassle of quitting later on.
Costco sells Wagyu meat ... Order online and it ships from Japan. $1500 for 11lbs or ribeye...
You can buy American Wagyu for considerably less but probably not as good. I've never stepped past Prime and I don't want to until I'm a millionaire.
Depends on what you're looking for. Massdrop has Orion belts on sale every now and then that are great with jeans. Here's a link to one on sale right now for ~$32 Orion Latigo Belt
If you're looking for something a little dressier but also inexpensive, give Costco a try: Costco brown, Costco Black
The question is a little vague as expensive/cheap is completely relative. I really like my Orion belt for jeans, but I tend towards an Allen Edmonds belt for fancier occasions. Beware though: a lot of people don't like their belts around here, and I've heard of some quality issues, but for me it's held up and looks really nice.
If you have a Costco near you their store brand allergy medication has the same active ingredient (Loratadine 10 mg) as Claritin, but comes in bottles of 365 tablets for about $10. An amazing deal for allergy sufferers like me.
You can't really compare prices between an 8 oz bottle and a 128 oz (gallon) bottle. I've never bought single serving milk in the US, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was around the same price.
Edit: Costco charges the equivalent of 1.05 euro each for a 24 pack of this organic chocolate milk.
Determine weight of hot tub + water + occupants + bystanders (there will be bystanders)
Determine square footage of the area over which the weight will be distributed
Look up your county/city codes for ~~"dead load" (i.e. amount of static weight a building's floor is rated for)~~ sorry, furnishings fall under live loading
If the weight/area of the hot tub is greater than the ~~dead~~ load rating, then no, it will not work.
Ok, assuming this hot tub with dimensions 70"x61" and using the typical values found on page 7 of this document (40psf/300 lb), you'd already fail because the concentrated load is far too high. But disregarding that:
Hot tub above, filled (says 1830 lbs in specs) + ~6 people @ 200lbs each = 3030 pounds
70"x61" = 4270 in^2 = 29.65 ft^2
Loading = 3030 lbs/29.65 ft^2 = 102 psf
No, this won't work.
EDIT: forgot that I specified the hot tub; revised calculations
I told my parents I'd rather have a piece of "grown up" jewelry to commemorate my graduation, and they got me a beautiful little diamond pendant that I still wear today. Maybe something like small diamond studs or classic pearl earrings?
Costco - Please hear me out... If you are cash strapped and need basic white, colored or pinstriped shirts that are IN EVERY HALF SIZE (i.e. I wear a 16/34 and don't want a 16/16.5 - 34/35), Not a huge selection but they fit well and at $17.95 are a great deal. Just don't let anyone see the Kirkland tag... http://www.costco.com/mens-dress-shirts.html
Got these on sale from Costco a few months back. Been doing great. Can't go wrong with Pyrex, but it's nice to have the flexibility in sizing, and Made in the USA.
Just this one purchase pays for my Costco membership three times over every year:
Zyrtec 24 Hour allergy pills (70 count) from Wal-Mart $35 Before tax (About $0.50 a day/pill or $15 a month)
Kirkland Aller-Tec (Costco's Generic) 365 Tablets $16 before tax (About $0.04 a day/pill or $1.31 a month)
It's also a great corporation with good morals that don't stop and start at the bottom line. They treat the customers AND the employees very well. I go out of my way to support that and you should too.
The most expensive casket on Costco's website is just under $2000...
Even that seems absurd to me. Why on earth does a dead body need a mattress? Why do we want gaskets and metal boxes? It's not like this is going to prevent a body from decomposing, but rather it's just ensuring that the mattress becomes a big dry-sorb pad for the human soup that's bound to happen in that giant slow cooker.
Cremate me. Or, if you must plant me, at least use something biodegradable with no gaskets or such. Maybe a big wicker casket (that really exists) or a plain pine box...
You agreed to be searched when you applied for a membership:
> Costco reserves the right to inspect any container, backpack, briefcase, etc., upon entering or leaving the warehouse.
If you don't like it, shop somewhere that's willing to do business with you without a membership agreement. If you refuse to be searched, they can't detain you on the property, but they can revoke your membership and refuse to let you return, and they can report suspected shoplifting to the police.
Your proposed junk-touching contract might get you done for solicitation (a crime), ~~and might be voided if challenged in court on the grounds that such a contract is contrary to the public interest. Searching your bags when you leave a store is not contrary to the public interest. Separately, what are you offering as consideration for your junk-touching club contract?~~ Edit: Total garbage. Try u/ExpiresAfterUse's post, instead.
My favorite is talking diet with non-lifters:
"How much do you eat every day?"
The look on people faces when you tell them 3K calories is great.
Was out with friends this weekend and my steak alone was 3K and they were absolutely amazed I ate the whole thing...baked potato and slice of cheesecake, while my short chubby friend couldn't finish his 16oz Prime Rib.
When I worked out first thing in the AM, it was always fun to bring that pump into work and catch a few of the ladies 'mirin too.
X2 on the jeans. Buying +2" waist jeans just so you can fit your ass/thighs in them gets to be a pain. $15 Urban Star jeans at Costco are a life saver.
You're never as strong as you want to be.
Cutting below 185 makes me feel small AF
Allergies. My legs used to itch so badly after I got out of the shower (or exercising) I would contemplate walking into oncoming traffic. 10mg of this and I haven't itched in years.
I just got these socks from Costco, and honestly I am VERY impressed. Softer than my smartwool hiking socks and a little lighter than my medium weight hiking socks. The price is great and I love that this pack comes with two "normal" colors and two fun striped pairs.
Okay, before we all start losing our shit, it looks like their cashmere sweaters are 10-20% cashmere.
I used to think who buys the year's supply of emergency foods like this one http://www.costco.com/6%2c200-Total-Servings-1-Year-1-Person-Emergency-Food-Kit-By-Nutristore%E2%84%A2.product.100085303.html and now am starting to feel like am gonna have to be one of their customers.
But yeah. I'd love to try an A-5 ribeye, considering that it's the best ribeye in the world, but the cost is absolutely prohibitive.
> Kirkland (Costco) Brand Mens Trail Sock, 4-pack
>MOTHERFUCKER THAT IS $11.99^^^$11.99!!! FOR FOUR PAIRS OF MADE-IN-THE-MOTHER-FUCKING-U-S-OF-FUCKING-A SOCKS THAT WILL KEEP YOUR LOVED ONE`S TOES TOASTY ALL FUCKING WINTER. $3/PAIR!!!!!! YOU LITERALLY CANNOT FUCK THIS ONE UP, MOTHERFUCKER
I knew they sold them, but I'm very impressed with their advocacy of consumer rights being able to purchase 3rd party caskets. Obviously, I know that's in their sales' best interest, but they've gone so far as to even name the laws that prevent 3rd parties from being shady. Yet another reason to love Costco.
You have to be a member to shop at Costco. The membership terms stipulate you have to show your receipt when you leave. This guy agreed when he signed the membership form.
>To ensure that all members are correctly charged for the merchandise purchased, all receipts and merchandise will be inspected as you leave the warehouse.
I don't think he has a leg to stand on. ^sorry
We used to have a pool and I had an ample pantry for my wife and I to live off a few days. Once the kids showed up and we purchased a house without a pool, I decided I should be better prepared.
Costco is a good source.
I have two of these:
I bought something like this, except for 30 days. It came with the gel fuel. I figure it will give our family of four seven days of food, should we need it.
They don't seem to offer it anymore.
We have our camp stove and fuel for it to cook on.
I have been contemplating a solar panel, though... maybe its time.
If you smoke, it's cheaper to wear new socks DAILY than to smoke two packs a week.
Over 28 days, you would spend:
Wow. On the Costco website . It's a lot cheaper ($11.99 vs $14-16 in other stores) and it has MORE (19 oz vs 16 oz). Thanks OP. I was just about to buy more on Amazon but this is awesome!
That's 40 condoms for 14 bucks. If you need 285 condoms a year, fucking congratulations dog, you are slanging it.
> full microwave bowl of brown rice
How big is your bowl? 1 cup of (cooked) brown rice is about 200 calories, and if you're talking this can of Costco pulled pork, the entire can is 360 calories.
Here's a technical question for you. I am an American currently deployed overseas. All of our electricity is 220V produced by diesel generators. As such (or at least, as I'm told), there tends to be a lot of "dirty" power with a lot of fluctuations and surges. So before I left I got this UPS to plug in my more sensitive electronic equipment, most importantly my gaming computer. So two part question...
1) Should I just plug the UPS into a power outlet directly (with the necessary US to Euro plug adapter ) and let the UPS perform both the voltage stepdown and its normal UPS functions? Or should I plug it into a dedicated voltage stepdown converter?
2) If it's the latter, obviously those have a wattage limit. Does the UPS constantly draw the maximum wattage regardless of what's plugged into it? Or is the power draw proportional to what's plugged into it? I just want to make sure I don't overload my converter.
Costco has a 12-pack of 60w replacement LED bulbs (uses 9w) for $45. I bought some last week, they're great. That's the cheapest I've seen.
PM me your address and I'll mail you a couple of gold experience tickets tomorrow. If you want to see it in 3D you'll have to pay surcharge but the ticket itself will be free.
EDIT: They are these: http://www.costco.com/AMC-Gold-Experience%E2%84%A2-Movie-Tickets-10-pack.product.11669852.html
Very thick fabric, no chance of nip showing. I washed and dried them on high heat before wearing and they shrank about .5-1 inch all around, which left them perfectly slim on my 6' 185 body. Collar is thick and kinda high if you like that. Trust me on this, costco's not exactly the first place you think of for white tshirts but these things are great.
Costco Kirkland Signature Trail socks, 4 pairs for $12. If you're not a member they charge another 5% iirc
I'm pretty sure this is the exact same quilt, but with different branding. Hell, both websites are even using the same stock photo.
I could totally see Lufthansa giving a 26-plus-year employee who became a senior VP a watch like this as a retirement gift. Of all the things we could crap on the 15 for, this one is a non-starter. Just drop it.
Hell, I might buy myself a watch like that. A Breitling like that is a Holy Grail watch for me. (Costco has one, not identical to that one but similar, for $4999.) [Edited to add link to this watch on Costco.com. Can't see the price unless you're a member and sign in, but last time I checked, it was $4999. But I think the MSRP is $8-9k.]
Why not give it a try, since you're curious? You may love it, or if you don't, Costco will refund the full $55 membership fee: > We will refund your membership fee in full at any time if you are dissatisfied.
Get one of these
No more problems ever since I got one for work. The cord now just rotates any way i do.
Costco has excellent benefits, many available for part time workers.
They start their workers north of $13/hour now (was previously $11.50) and employees can reach up to $22.50/hour within a few years. Source.
They apparently pay cost of living increases, including when you're capped. Costco is also very big on promoting from within for corporate positions.
Per some Googling, they also apparently pay their employee bonuses twice per year (based on profit).
I worked at Safeway in high school and started like $.50 above minimum wage in WA (was around $9.00/hour at the time I think?). No 401k match, no annual bonuses, etc. I had health care but Costco's package sounds much better.
I believe our max pay as a cashier at Safeway was somewhere around $19/hour (it was renegotiated and lowered shortly before I got hired. Grandfathered employees had a higher maximum earning potential.) It took around 4-5 years of full time work to get there. I don't remember ever hearing about cost of living increases.
I did not ever work for Costco and am sure the job still has its pitfalls, but I have often heard that they are very generous for a retail employer. Sure sounds a lot better than my stint at Slaveway!
A little pricey, but 30g of 100% pure whey isolate in a 36g scoop. Tastes and mixes decently well.
Not to be a dick but, what is there to discuss here? Yes, we sell Beats. Link
> The only thing I will stock up on is makeup wipes, unless I can find a cheaper/DIY version.
If you have a Costco membership, you can buy a box of 150 Kirkland makeup wipes for $11.99. It includes 4 full-size packs (30 wipes per pack) and 2 travel-size packs (15 wipes per pack) which I find really nice. The wipes are a substantial material and remove makeup very well: I find them comparable in quality, if not better, than the Neutrogena makeup remover wipes (material is thicker than Neutrogena wipes, removes makeup about the same, less "slick" feeling/residue which is a huge plus). Just a heads up if you're looking to save money. (:
> To ensure that all members are correctly charged for the merchandise purchased, all receipts and merchandise will be inspected as you leave the warehouse.
> Costco reserves the right to inspect any container, backpack, briefcase, etc., upon entering or leaving the warehouse.
You can also purchase them online here
They come out to 12.59 with free shipping for non-Costco members. For reference I am a size 9D and I fit size mediums perfectly
I like glass for storage. Costco has a great set that is pretty cheap.
A salad spinner I used to think they were a joke but they seriously cut your prep time down and salads last much longer when properly dried.
A quality kitchen scale.
The first one in the image above is THRIVE dehydrated food in #10 cans. It will have a 25 year shelf life. (Probably longer, but thats all they claim.)
The second one is Nutristore, which I have never heard of before. Before buying that one I would do some due diligence but it also claims a 25 year shelf life.
Costco has a number of other packages they offer. Here is the emergency food category.
Taken from the company's website:
Annual 2% Reward and More Executive Membership is our highest level of membership. All Executive Members enjoy a 2% Reward (up to $750 per year) on most Costco purchases, as well as additional benefits and greater discounts on our suite of services.
Gold Star doesn't offer any of those things.
They are in a lot of different spaces via partnering (like traveling/hotel/car insurance/car repair/car purchases/etc) that you can use with your card that will get you discounts (like Best Western 10% off for just showing your card) among many others.
To put it into perspective, to get $48 back (which is less than the <$55 required to not be charged the extra $55) you would have to spend about $200 a month.
They sell these at Costco, too, where they are only $30.
They work amazingly well! 10x better than a typical stud finder.
99.9% of the time, protein is cheapest at costco. There's always a rotating sale on one of their stocked products.
Though on a side note, if you wanna get a little unfrugal these little guys are the best 25 bucks I ever spend. Little ready to go shakes. Not the most frugal option but damn are they handy & tasty. http://www.costco.com/Premier-Protein%C2%AE-Chocolate-Shakes-11-oz---18-pk.product.100101297.html
Costco's Trail Socks are dirt cheap and rumor has it they're made by the same factory that makes Smart Wool.
Link to Costco website (link says Spring 2015 is ETA for online shopping website)
>Costco reserves the right to inspect any container, backpack, briefcase, etc., upon entering or leaving the warehouse. To ensure that all members are correctly charged for the merchandise purchased, all receipts and merchandise will be inspected as you leave the warehouse.
That's the contract that you agree to when you drop 55 clams on a costco membership.
If this was bestbuy, I'd have sympathy for the guy; you don't sign a contract to shop at bestbuy, and they have no right to try and detain you. But you can't just agree to a contract and then think the terms don't apply to you.
with all that scissor shit in the middle, how do you get under it to work on it? Looks like you would have to work around it? A friend of mine bought this from Costco. My father in law is going to be installing one at his house soon as well.
They are also well known for paying their employees well above what their competitors pay, and the potential of upward mobility from their stores to positions in corporate.
I assume these are the kits?
For the lazy:
All of them include a roof mounting kit.
I get mine at Costco. Branded made in America on the packaging. I'm happy with the flag quality. Nothing super fancy but not cheap trash. flys 24/365. I tend to get a replacement every year.
/spez 100% Made in the USA with 100% US made raw materials
Well, Costco's rolling out Kirkland Signature Protein Bars across the country.
Online, it's 46 bucks for forty 60g bars (roughly double the size of the Chocorite bars), meaning it's 1.15 USD per bar, roughly.
If you have a Costco warehouse near you, then you can get a better value at 20 for 17-18 USD.
I think that clerk was misinformed. From their website:
> We invite you to see for yourself why more than 81 million people are Costco members. You'll appreciate the quality and value of the products you find at Costco. That's our promise to you. If we fail to deliver on that promise, we'll refund your money. It's that simple.
While that isn't as clear as it probably should be, I believe they are referring to refunding your membership fee.
Try Costco! My husband got my 1ct diamond and platinum ring from Costco for around 5k and it appraised for 10. Not the same as mine but here's a solitaire example of a 1ct for 5k. http://www.costco.com/1.00-ct-Princess-Cut-VS2-Clarity%2c-I-Color-Diamond-Platinum-Solitaire-Ring.product.11764858.html
Edit: Costco can only charge 20% above wholesale, while jewelry stores sometimes charge over 100% more. Also the diamond quality is really good and they are all natural and "conflict free". Everyone always comments on how sparkly my ring is!
D’Artagnan Japanese Wagyu Boneless Ribeye Roast A-5 Grade only $1,500 - 11lbs min
i really want to host a party just to have everyone pitch in a bit to get this
That looks like real Kobe beef. I do not remember the specifics behind the "ban", but we were unable to import it for a very long time. There are some breeds of cattle that I believe they cross bred with angus cattle in order to make the "kobe" or wagyu style beef we had in the states for a long time.
Oh and prepare your wallets.
COSTCO is selling the following Kevyn Aucoin brushes:
Foundation Brush = $49.99 USD / $82 USD @ Nordstrom
Soft Buff Powder Brush = $38.99 USD / $60 USD @ Nordstrom
Contour Brush = $26.99 USD / $40 USD @ Nordstrom
Base Shadow = $26.99 USD / $40 USD @ Nordstrom
Concealer Brush = $21.99 USD / $32 [USD] @ Nordstrom
EDIT: Fixed the last part of the list.
Black camis go with everything. Flannel, translucent shirts, jackets, pajamas, etc.
My flowy navy blue maxi skirt. I don't even know why I own other summer clothes.
My heather grey sports bra from target. I own 3 at least and wear them 6/7 days of the week.
This top from costco. It looks really good with the sleeves bunched up to my forearms, it's wildly comfy and light enough to not be too hot.
( I live in a town of sportsy hippies with no fashion sense, don't judge me)
You can also do this at Costco, and they aren't limiting it to California, Arizona, New York and Oregon
Costco sells a merino blend sock in 4 packs I believe. I've had them in the past and they compare to other merino socks I've had that cost more for 1 pair than all 4 of the kirland brand. I don't think they last as long as icebreaker or darn tough but I still have at least one or two pairs from a 3 or 4 years ago, the heel is going to wear through any day but so far so good.
I think these are the ones, though they look slightly different from the versions I have.
How did you get 12 pairs for 14.40? I only see a 6 pk for that price.
Yes! I notice a huge difference from using humidifiers at night. But do a lot of research first - they're a pain to clean, and I'm lazy lol. I bought one with a heating element, which means bacteria doesn't get a chance to grow. This is the one I have: http://www.costco.com/PureGuardian%C2%AE-120-Hour-2-Gallon-Ultrasonic-Warm-and-Cool-Mist-Humidifier.product.100223472.html
The recommended set is $24 at Costco right now.
It's Pyrex glass, freezer/oven/microwave/dishwasher safe, and supposedly 100% leakproof
> premium card
you get 2% back on *most purchaces. If you're shopping for a family and spend over $400/mo the membership is free because of it,
it's still a better deal than $55/mo for a regular membership as long as you spend at least $250/mo.
Costco Kirkland Signature white t-shirt 6pack. No, seriously, these guys. Wash and dry them on high heat and they shrink up about a half inch all the way around. Very thick fabric, and medium fits my 6'0" 190 frame fantastically slim. My only complaint is that the neckhole goes up slightly high. Also about 1/10 the price of the specialty brands being suggested in this thread.
I came across this, courtesy of a friend. Many people know of the company Gerstner, who has made fine wood tool chests for many years - elegant and well-made, but not cheap. Many people also know that Harbor Freight has sold knockoffs of them for a while for just south of $100. But Costco has a version that is miles better in quality (than Harbor) for only $39.97 with free shipping. I picked one up and am amazed at the quality, including magnetic catches for a couple of the closures. All you need to do is purchase some pen trays, if you want, cut to fit the drawers, and you can have voluminous and nice-looking storage for a lot of pens, as well as tools and inks and whatever. Take a look here.
They have those in stores, except they sell them in 2s. Since I usually go to movies on weekends, it's generally at least a few bucks cheaper for me to get the tickets at Costco than to buy it at the theater.
>And because of this, American's have a massive cultural obesity epidemic, not a cocaine problem.
Bitch, if I could get 40lb of cocaine for $67 I'd have a fucking coke problem.
Its close, its $20 off on amazon right now. One game does not determine the entire market though, used and new games drop in price much faster than they did before. Not because the platform its on but because publishers and retailers have seen that having sales generates more money than keeping it full price for years
I got my 40-gun (so, 20 guns in reality) Cannon safe delivered from Costco for $799. An extra $20 to the delivery driver got it to my basement door from the curb. It has 2 electrical outlets, a USB jack, and an ethernet port on the inside, serviced through a sealed connection (to help maintain its fire rating) by a plug and USB/ethernet ports on the outside.
I don't use the plugs for a dehumidifier; rather I use one of those canisters with the rechargeable silica, and I use the plugs and ports for a 3TB hard drive that backs up my home network.
The only issue I have with it was a slight chemical smell from the carpeting adhesive (cleared up with some deodorizer and coffee beans) and a friend of mine with the same safe had his electronic lock go bad after a year and it was out of warranty, so he had to pay for a new mechanical lock and a locksmith to drill out the old one and change it.
Similar featured safes at sporting goods stores were a few hundred more to start, and tack on $200 for delivery - that made the Costco membership I purchased worth it (and I've continued to shop there so it was a win-win).
Warehouse store selections vary - this appears close to what I have with slightly different branding - although it has a door organizer which would be nice!
EDIT: nevermind - this is the current version of the safe I bought. Not currently on sale though. It has an extra USB port and a door organizer as well that mine does not have:
I highly suspect the item in question is this.
Well 48 packages costs $8.26, from Costco, but I'm not sure if they'll ship to WI... http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=11118651&whse=bd_115&topnav=bdoff&browse=&lang=en-US
How many packages do you think would be enough?
Edit: here's another seller if Costco won't ship to WI, but it's twice as expensive... http://www.bettymills.com/shop/product/view/Nissin/BFVNIS01303.html?referer=search
>“We have a couple of months of flu activity still ahead of us,” said Duchin. “So if you haven’t been vaccinated you have plenty of time because flu is going to be around for another 8-12 weeks.”
>Doctors say the vaccine is a big help.
>“This year, so far, the virus that’s circulating is extremely well matched to the virus that’s in the vaccine,” said Duchin.
Our state's latest flu report (Dec 18-24) indicate the H3N2 prevalence in typed samples.
Some variant of H3N2 has been included in the standard trivalent vaccine for the past several years and, even if there is mutation among strains, the innate immune system having been exposed to an H3N2 gives some fighting ability as the adaptive immune system gears up to fight the flu you get exposed to.
Costco is $14.99 for the flu shot and there is a consent form you can dl and fill out ahead of time.
For blank tees: kirkland signature white & black tees from Costco. source: i own a streetwear brand & all of us secretly wear these.
This isn't what you asked, but these are very tasty and $1.15/bar.
Costco sells this for $55 bucks less, bought one a few months ago. LINK
So, a quality swimsuit is sadly just expensive. I buy cup-sized ones because I like support and they're hideously expensive. (Panache is great; I bought mine on Zulily, but eBay is also a good bet.) Even something simple but well-made like Speedo can be $70, though I saw reasonably cute ones at Costco for like $20. Oh, or the Speedo site for $35.
Costco. Normally buy 5 pound bags of ON there for less than 10 bucks per pound, but this deal recently hit;
Muscle Pharm Cookies and Cream
Bought 2 of them and plan to get 2 more before the deal expires.
You double-screwed her because $100 is the premium, "cash back" membership. Your spending made her money.
>Annual 2% Reward and More
>Executive Membership is our highest level of membership. All Executive Members enjoy a 2% Reward (up to $750 per year) on most Costco purchases, as well as additional benefits and greater discounts on our suite of services.
Just an FYI, COSTCO is selling KA's Contour Brush close to $26.99 in comparison to the $40 price tag on Sephora's site.
Go to Costco and get the 2-year 24 Hour fitness deal. Even if you have to get a Costco membership it is still way cheaper. http://www.costco.com/24-Hour-Fitness-2-year-ALL-CLUB-SPORT-Membership-Certificate.product.100070476.html
COSTCO currently offers a brush and the compact for $32.99. The compact itself (NOT including the brush) is also sold at Sephora for $44. I would go with COSTCO's offer because it also offers a brush.
If you have a Costco Membership you can get one at Costco. Although it is $100 more, it comes with a couple of things
I have a few LLBean t-shirts that are "unshrinkable". They're certainly the best colored t-shirts I own. http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/504193?nav=bc&subrnd=0&page=t-shirts
Although and possibly off topic, Costco sells some 'made in america' white t-shirts made by Kirkland which are extremely tough and seem to be built to last. http://www.costco.com/Kirkland-Signature%E2%84%A2-Men's-6-Pack-Crew-Neck---White.product.100057726.html
> places like Costco you've agreed to have your purchase/receipt checked upon becoming a member.
The best part is their reason for this policy
> To ensure that all members are correctly charged for the merchandise purchased, all receipts and merchandise will be inspected as you leave the warehouse.
Yeah... "To ensure that all members are correctly charged for the merchandise purchased" haha.