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||Flesch-Kincaid grade level:
||bulk, deals, employee, discount, basis, deli, shopper, section, tricky, grocery, place, anymore, deal, order, offer, quickly
By Cathy Pearl
1 Grocery stores aren't the only place that you can shop for groceries. There are also warehouse stores. Warehouse stores are usually bigger than grocery stores. They sell items in bulk. The store doesn't always have a fresh fruit or deli section.
2 A warehouse store can save you money. But not all of the items are cheaper than what you would find in a grocery story. You have to do some price checking and be a careful shopper in order to get the best deal.
3 You need to be sure that you will go to the store on a regular basis. The store usually charges a fee to be a member. A person who isn't a member can still shop there, but he will pay higher prices.
4 If the store is far away, it may not be worth it to pay the fee. You will need to spend about two hundred dollars a year in the store in order for the fee to be worth it.
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