Hello, I’m Emily Inman. I was a very obsessive, detail-oriented bride. Here’s what I learned about Costco.com’s Flower. PROS: Cheap, fresh, easy to use, and can order a year out CONS: No customization, must use own vases, must be there to receive flowers, little communication, credit charge will be on day of delivery or during the next week eating up credit limit while on honeymoon, and if payment does not immediately go through, then Costco will try repeatedly until it does and this may take so many times that your credit charge company thinks it is fraud and takes the money back. Tips to Make Your Life Easier: 1. Think about ordering the larger package to break apart the centerpieces and harvest the flowers (it’s cheaper than ordering bulk and works wonderfully if you need only 3-6 flowers for your centerpieces, turning the 6 centerpieces into 17+ centerpieces) 2. Be able to wait 2 days for pick up, preferably the 2 days right before the wedding 3. Double check your credit limit is high enough to make the payment a few days before the flowers are due to ship 4. Have lots of cool spaces (40-60 degrees F) and vases ready to use once the flowers arrive The Verdict: Costco’s flower department gets a 4.1 for being cheap, having very fresh flowers, being one of the easiest to deal with vendors pre-wedding, while creating head aches during the honeymoom because of their payment policy. I would recommend Costco for flowers but only if you can deal with the limited selection and transport to the wedding site(s). It’s a wonderful deal if you can accept those aspects and follow my tips. I hope this helps! I wish you the best of luck brides- and grooms-to-be, may planning not be stressful!
I really like going to my newly re-modeled Kroger store but fine it hard to locate what I want in a reasonable time frame. Suggestion: Locate more like items together. Don't put dishes, cards, and ALL those misc allies in the middle of the grocery store. It takes too long to just get my groceries now. You might want to have a suggestion box set up by the customer service desk.
How much do I love CostCo? Twice a month we make the drive up from Bloomington, IN (70 miles away) to stock up on the things we need. We're from Texas: for us, driving 70 miles is *nothing*; but 70 miles seems to be considered quite a distance to people here in Indiana. The savings we get at CostCo, and the quality of the goods we get makes that drive worth it!
I love this store, if you want fresh meats, veggies, and fruits and you live on the northwest side of Indy check out the local Krogers. The service is just like the commercial advertise on t.v., If you go there a lot like me and my family they do know your face.
this is one of the smaller stores. The people are friendly and I am really starting to appreciate the smaller grocery store. You can 'usually' get in and out quicker but they still have 'times' when they need more cash registers open.
A long standing staple in fountain square, with outstanding customer service, extensive selection paired with that friendly neighborhood vibe it's just THE go to for anything music you find yourself needing...check them out today!!!
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I live out of state but thanks to the YP app found this Kroger that was close to my mom, and they even delivered the same day for birthday flowers. Very good prices and great service. Use Kroger for your flower needs! :)
I have been a patron of Arthur's Music Store for over 10 years now. I love the people and I love the feel of this old Downtown Landmark. If you need new gear or your old gear tuned up this is the place to go!
Kmart typically has the lowest prices in town for cleaning supplies and home furnishings. Super specials appear almost weekly in their advertisements and the selection of affordable goods is very appealing