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Costco, Trader Joe’s, Aldi: How do they stay so cheap?

Cheapism Logo By Andrew Lisa of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 13: Customers can buy quinoa at Trader Joe's for half the price they would pay at Whole Foods Market. Customers are promised up to 50% savings by buying daily necessities at Aldi. More than 90% of Costco members renew their memberships, because the savings are worth it. But how? Here's a look at the strategies the most popular discount grocery stores use to keep costs low, passing on the savings to customers in the form of lower prices. Related: I Shopped at Costco for the First Time and This Is What I Learned

Clean Up on Aisle 12

Customers can buy quinoa at Trader Joe's for half the price they would pay at Whole Foods Market. Customers are promised up to 50% savings by buying daily necessities at Aldi. More than 90% of Costco members renew their memberships, because the savings are worth it. But how? Here's a look at the strategies the most popular discount grocery stores use to keep costs low, passing on the savings to customers in the form of lower prices. 

Related: I Shopped at Costco for the First Time and This Is What I Learned

© Aldi by F DelventhalFollow (CC BY)

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