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Old 08-10-2007, 08:07 PM   #1
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Old 08-14-2007, 02:48 AM   #2
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Why are they doing this? Who wants to buy 4-packs???
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Old 08-14-2007, 02:53 AM   #3
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for people who just recently bought a blu ray player and wants to start up their collection with a nice splash of movies....
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Old 08-14-2007, 03:11 AM   #4
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The average Costco shopper tends to be fairly well off and may have picked up a BR player or PS3
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The average Costco shopper tends to be fairly well off and may have picked up a BR player or PS3
Almost everything in Costco is name brand, I mean I know they have Kirkland, but for the most part I've seen people stay away from the Kirkland like its the devil. lol. People shop there for the good prices on name brand items, and I suppose the high amount of name brand materials leads to the high quality that people like to recieve.
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Name brand what? Food? lol

No, I understand that they have name brand electronics and stuff. Not clothes though, I hate when my dad is looking around there at the clothes. I want to punch him in the neck.

I think it's cool that they have the four packs, they're not that bad. I probably wouldn't buy them, but it's cool to see some blu-ray collections.
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:52 PM   #7
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Uh, last I check their Clothes althogh not great was pretty much name brand. Polo, Ralph Lauren, lucky jeans, Calvin Klien. I mean yeah most of it is made in China and is not of the greatest variety but you're clearly buying for the name brand at that point. In fact if you picked one up you would feel as if you're buying for name brands becaise it was at Costco where I first saw Lucky Jeans being made in China. Since then, time past I've always been buying Lucky Jeans because they were in made in the states and we're cool jeans.
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I actually prefer the Kirkland branded paper towels to Bounty (also available at Costco). More absorbent and seems to hold better.

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Yeah I like the Kirkland Dish Washer Soap as well, as compared to Cascade.
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From article: Savings of $50 whne buying the 4 pack over individualy
Really. Best Buy and Circuit City Seel their Blu-ray for 29.99 per peice that only a savings of $12. However I have seen Blu-ray titles for $20 or even lower at amazon.com, you can get free shipping on orders over $25. It's cheaper than 4 packs and you can choose your movies. 4 pack are mainly made for the misinformed. They combine good popular movies with crappy movies they can't sell other wise. Only the unsuspecting "don't wana shop around" customer will fall prey to these traps.
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Costco is now selling many Warner titles on both HD-DVD & Blu-Ray seperately for $18.99 on top fo the Disney 4-packs, so their support for both formats appears to be growing studio by studio.
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Old 08-29-2007, 09:39 PM   #13
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the kirkland laundary detergent is rated right below tide on consumer reports.
its the only kind i use now, and am very impressed witht its cleaning power.
i have yet to try the dishwasher detergent.
that is next.
why the hell are we talking about this again.

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I've shopped at Costco for years.

As to the packs, it's geared towards people like me who just jumped into the Blu (actually, the PS3 comes tomorrow).

However, I don't feel it's a $50 savings when you only want part of the pack. Personally, I'd rather just buy individually.

What I'd prefer is a blank pack. You pay $X and then select Y titles.

I'll be back at Costco tomorrow or Friday and I'll be doing some Blu hunting.
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That's so cool, I'm going to Costco this Sunday. 4-packs sound great, I just hope the movies are good.

...so is Costco only selling BD's now???
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Did anyone notice that 300 cost less on blu than HDud... that isn't always the case is it?
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