brucecohen wrote:As Adrian said, their prescription drug dispensary fee is very low.
brucecohen wrote:IIRC I can't use the Visa card that pays me a dividend.
brucecohen wrote: "I hate the place."
"you have to know your prices -- Costco's are not necessarily the cheapest."
"I've almost always found that checkout lines are long"
" I can't use the Visa card that pays me a dividend. "
Dennis wrote:However, for example on computers and televisions, the second year warranty provided by Costco is a bonus.
rhenderson wrote:I find that the Eneloop holds it charge the longest when just sitting in the camera or a drawer.
Dell usually has them on sale about 6 times a year and there is no charge for shipping, delivered right to your door.
flywaysuzy wrote:I couldn't see where it said what kind of batteries these are...am I blind or is it hidden?
Includes - 1x Overnight charger, 8x AA Eneloop, and 4x AAA Eneloop
Canada is a land of dissatisfied online shoppers. From high-end fashion to hardware, Canadians are the poor e-commerce cousins to Americans in just about every way: Higher prices for poorer selection; shipping costs are often more expensive; and, for items ordered from abroad, duty and customs-related charges can drive up total costs...
“We’re like an e-commerce colony and have developed a mentality that we can’t do anything about it,” digital economy guru Don Tapscott said. “You suffer in silence and hope you have a U.S. relative.”
Canadian online retail, in short, looks a lot like Canadian retail did 20 years ago: unimpressive, outdated and at threat of being thrashed by American retailers – many of which are already making steady progress in better serving this market... Four in 10 dollars spent online goes abroad, meaning a large portion of spending isn't going back into the Canadian economy, at a time when the retail industry is on rocky footing and facing new competition from foreign rivals such as Target Corp. Getting e-commerce right is a part of making the sector more productive and competitive – a vital step in a country where consumer spending represents some 60 per cent of economic activity.
This month, a startup with a snappy URL and huge ambitions is hoping to change that. The business, Shop.ca Network Inc., opens its virtual doors and sets in motion what its owners hope will become Canada’s top shopping website – an Amazon of the north, with free shipping, free returns, a big selection and even a loyalty program.
Shop.ca has signed up close to 850 retailers and suppliers to offer their wares through its website, and claims to offer the largest selection of any Canadian site, with more than 15 million items and 4,000 brands including adidas, Canon, Nine West and Stanley...
biker wrote:I find cross border on-line shopping much cheaper when you set up a US address and run over to pick up the goods. Works if you are close to the border.
biker wrote:I find cross border on-line shopping much cheaper when you set up a US address and run over to pick up the goods.Works if you are close to the border. I set up my address in Lewiston NY which is 10 minutes after crossing . Info here http://www.usaddressinc.com/
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