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The big differences between Costco and Costco.com

Cheapism Logo By Saundra Latham of Cheapism | Slide 2 of 13: If you’re a non-member, you can’t shop in store at Costco without jumping through some hoops, like having a member accompany you and make purchases for you, or by obtaining a Costco cash card and using that to gain entry and buy what you need. But you can still shop at Costco.com, no babysitter necessary. Related: I Shopped at Costco For the First Time and This is What I Learned

Non-Members Can Shop Online

If you’re a non-member, you can’t shop in store at Costco without jumping through some hoops, like having a member accompany you and make purchases for you, or by obtaining a Costco cash card and using that to gain entry and buy what you need. But you can still shop at Costco.com, no babysitter necessary.

Related: I Shopped at Costco For the First Time and This is What I Learned

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