The Plano Moms Facebook Group has received so many inquiries on this topic in the past months. The burning question is which one, if any, is better?
Well... it is no small task to decide which one to go for since both offered such amazing deals on goods and services. Both warehouse stores promise exceptional offers compared with conventional grocery stores or retailers. So which one to get the membership for?
Since this is such a broad topic and the decision should all depend on your shopping needs; we have compiled what most of Plano Moms' members have enjoyed about each..
These items are considered worth buying at Costco:
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Families with growing kids in the house, getting a membership is a no-brainer. For sure a family like this will need larger amounts of produce, meat, dairy, etc. and savings from buying in bulk will apply. However, if you are a single adult, a childfree couple or even an empty nester you may question savings you'll get with a membership. Thus, consider your shopping habits and the items that you buy regularly.
Think about the other services they offer (e.g., gas, auto/tires, electronics, travel, appliances) and double check how this can benefit you.
They often offer "no question ask" return policy which is the best in the industry.
Check if you are conveniently located to any of the warehouse stores. And if you one of those people who has no time to go in the store or wanted to avoid shopping unnecessary items (happens all the time when you are at the store and find some new irresistible items. HA… a lot of us are guilty on this one), then check out their delivery options and mobile apps.
This is important to consider because both stores have different acceptable method of payments.
You wouldn’t know if you won’t try. Just let them know if it’s not working out for you and I am sure they will cancel and give you refund at any time if you are dissatisfied.
Which one do you like the most, or do you do both? Join the conversation with us on Facebook