Entries from December 2012

Costco is CLOSED on New Year’s Day (Tuesday, Jan 1, 2013)

December 29th, 2012 · 6 Comments

Are you having a big party to ring in the new year?  Maybe you were planning on stocking your liquor cabinet and fridge with goodies from Costco?  If so, you need to get over there sooner rather than later, as in by Monday afternoon.  Costco is closing early Monday, December 31, anywhere from 4 pm to  6 […]

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Tags: Holidays

Two Costco Employees To Split $23.1 million Powerball Win

December 26th, 2012 · 1 Comment

What would you do if you won $23.1 million in the lottery?  You would probably be having a really incredible Christmas, huh?  Well, this dilemma is what two Costco employees in Waltham, MA after their recent lottery win.  How nice to have such troubles! The two Costco employees, Rosa DeLeon of Arlington and Reginald LeBlanc of […]

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Costco is CLOSED on Christmas Day (Tuesday, December 25, 2012)

December 22nd, 2012 · 1 Comment

If you’ve been putting off all of your Christmas shopping until the very last possible moment, and if those shopping plans include Costco, you should keep their holiday schedule in mind so that you don’t get there to find the doors closed.  Costco will be CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED on Christmas Day (Tuesday, December 25, 2012).  If you’re […]

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Tags: Holidays · Locations

What do you think of the Square Milk Jug?

December 19th, 2012 · 21 Comments

Do you buy your milk at Costco?  Do you like the new square milk jug?  Do you wish it were bigger?  Or smaller?  Or not square?  Or something else completely?  Did you quit buying your milk there because of that new design?  How would you feel if they changed the design again? With all of […]

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Tags: Food · Guest Posts

Guest Post: What’s in the Costco Stuffing?

December 18th, 2012 · 1 Comment

[I hope a fellow Costco fan can help out with this question about stuffing used in Costco’s prepared turkey breast.  I didn’t even know that Costco did this, I don’t remember ever seeing such a thing when we were still in the US.  However, it’s a great idea for people that don’t want to cook […]

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Tags: Food · Guest Posts · Holidays

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