I've been a Costco member since I was like 5 years old. This is the standard Costco, except smack dab in the middle of a somewhat major metropolis. Therefore, it gets CRAZY busy. More on that later. Highlights (really, of any Costco) - a good, affordable, photo processing center, optometry shop, and hot food counter (pizza, hot dogs etc). Be smart and pay for your hot food order at the regular cashier, then pick it up on your way out at a separate window, skipping the mile long line. Things I love about Costco (purchasing) - seasonal fruit deals, the mailer coupon booklet, the whole roasted chicken for $5.99, cheap eggs, milk, bread (basics), large meat packages (buy a big piece and trim your own steaks!!!), good wine & cheese selection, great place to make a visit to when you are just moving into a new and empty apartment. The bad: Mile long lines on weekends and nights, things on sale sell out quickly, the people who think the sample tables are a free food buffet (same rude people leave their carts in the middle of the aisle while they eat their 30th piece of free whatever), Costco for putting these sample tables all over, instead of ONE spot in the damn store, and I think they stopped selling coke products. This may be resolved, it was some pricing fight with Coca-Cola. And on a side note, we get delivery from Costco every week at my office. When I shop at the store, I get great fruit deals that are FRESH! The stuff they deliver to our office looks like the throwaways, bruised, spotted bananas, rotten oranges, dying apples. Its horrible. I honestly think they take what wont sell in the store and send it to their business delivery customers. We complain all the time but it stays the same.
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i love it here. this is where i go for all my camera equipment (unless it's on sale on amazon) and i always come here for their advice on new lenses and accessories for my dslr. even when i don't need anything, i try to make a stop here whenever i'm in the city. it helps that the store has plenty of city parking surrounding it. i also love the efficiency here. staff was professional and willing to work out a deal for me. easy to deal with. great customer service. i have no idea about any of the other electronics they sell, but for camera junkies, this place is the ultimate cloud nine. you're surrounded by so many camera bodies and lenses, you'd feel like a kid in a candy store. the moment someone tells me they are looking to purchase a camera, or camera equipment, I instinctively blurt out "Buy it from Camera Zone!" as for the other reviews before me, whatever bad experiences other people may have had must have been unique instances because i was treated kindly and with respect, maybe respect wasn't showed.