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No one points out that DC just got a lot more competitive for all of the new stores opening?

My wife and I have the option of going to Pentagon City Costco or DC Costco. They are similar distances. Pentagon City Costco is now MARKEDLY more expensive. On $200 in groceries every two weeks, I am now spending an extra $120 in tax to go to the Pentagon City Costco. I had been about 2/3 DC Costco and 1/3 Pentagon City Costco since DC Costco opened, but will now certainly be 100% DC Costco. I tend to think this will have more than a negligible effect state-wide.

by Kyle-W on Feb 25, 2013 2:10 pm • linkreport

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