Do you SHOP AT TARGET OR WALMART?

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  1. knu3421

    knu3421 Well-Known Member

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    Me target... u?
     
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    knu3421 Well-Known Member

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    Just bought some laundry detergent pods for $18 for 72 ..these things are awesome!!!
     
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    knu3421 Well-Known Member

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    i also bought a wireless keyboard so i can type to all of you and annoy you all !!! AHAAA HAAAA

    MEEP TARGET MEEP!
     
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    Wal Mart. Until I wised up and got a Sams Club membership.
     
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    Both.

    However if I need something at an odd hour it's Walmart.. I have one open 24/7 by me.
     
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    really a 24/7 walmart? all the ones by me close at 11..sucks!!!
     
  7. noname2

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    Target for some things..I hate Walmart but had a Sams Club membership. I didn't like some of their business practices so I dropped it and got one to Costco.
     
  8. Jon Hein is God

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    Nearest Target to me is 2 miles away, then there's another one with a shopping cart escalator (see below) 5 miles away, then there's another one 7 miles away.

    The nearest Wal-Mart is 25 miles away. I have to cross a bridge and pay a toll to go there, so I go there once every 10 years.

    That's in the Bay Area.

    I was just home in Los Angeles/Hollywood.

    There's a Target about 2 miles from my family's home.

    I was going to ask my mom about going to Walmart, but the nearest one was in South Central L.A. about 4 miles away.

    Too dangerous.

    The next nearest one was 18 miles away, deep in the valley. So we didn't go.

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    I like Costco better too, but there isn't one in my town so I am stuck with Sams Club. Don't know why but I can't stand Target.
     
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    No, I dont want end up on the people of wal mart website.
     
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    While I was in LA, I went to Costco. I can't believe it, but a lot of their food is more expensive than stuff at the grocery store.
     
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    I have a Walmart a few miles away over in Pa. There's also a Price Chopper, Lowes, and Home Depot a few miles away over in Pa.

    Anything else I gotta drive 25 miles.
     
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    Ours is open all night too with the strong chance of rape in the parking lot.
     
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    I don't mind paying a little extra if it's good quality. SAMs Club awhile back had sockeye salmon and it was pricey but it literally melted in your mouth. I also try to support local grocery stores too.
     
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    Costco....for the win... Target for the rest .... and Walmart if i need toilet paper or something like that..

    would never buy anything that i am not willing to throw away at Walmart....
     
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    All they ever have in the parking lot in Pa. are guys selling hotdogs out of a trailer. You guys have rape trailers or what?
    Are they legitimate rape trailers? :uscratch:
     
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    I should point out that here in the Bay Area we have something called Grocery Outlet.

    It's like a scaled-down version of Costco.

    They have 1 or 2 brands for most products, and they sell them at ultra-low prices, out of the box.

    I usually buy a huge container of Best Food Mayonnaise for $5.00 there. When I saw it at Costco, they had it for $7.50. The same thing.

    At Costco, they had 12 cans of tuna for $14. The same tuna brand sells for .69 at the place I go.
     
  19. Murcielago

    Murcielago Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast

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    Costco and Amazon Prime cover most bases for me these days. Not too proud to admit I saw the inside of a couple of '99 Cent' stores in L.A. when I was desperate.
     
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