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8629 120th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033
Kirkland, WA 98033
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(425) 893-6953
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$1.50 for a hot dog or sausage, and a soda! It doesn't get any better than the Costco food court! Don't forget that they have frozen yogurt as well.

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I have shopped at several Costco branches in the Seattle Puget Sound area. The Costco at Kirkland is always reliable when it comes to items it sells. The checkout counter guys are...

Politeness at Premium 12/6/2010

I have shopped at several Costco branches in the Seattle Puget Sound area. The Costco at Kirkland is always reliable when it comes to items it sells. The checkout counter guys are often the contact with the customers and can tend to make Costco shopping experience either good or repulsive. On more than one occasion, I have encountered rude check out counter employees at Costco Kirkland, and that leads me to believe this is more than just isolated incidents. The most recent incident happened last night when I was shopping with my 4-year old daughter. Just like many other kids shopping with their parents, my daughter was seated on the shopping cart while I arrived at the check out counter with a cart load full of purchases. Seeing that there were 2 or 3 other carts in the line behind the check out counter employee, I proceeded to unload all the purchases on to the belt and push the cart with my daughter on to the other side of the check out counter. This harmless action triggered the check out counter employee and his side kick that helps in loading things into the cart. What ensued were 3 minutes of impolite and often rude comments like "How would you send your daughter to school if you don't leave her and the cart on the other side of check out counter?". This was followed by the Costco employee refusing to help load my cart and also my receipt was not given to me for the purchases as I exited the check out counter. Overall, I sense that Costco Kirkland has grown so fast in short time that they have lower standards of hiring of check out counter employees. As a long time customer of Costco, I felt their employees did not act professionally and in keeping with the standards of employees at other Costco stores I visit. more

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Quality slides whenever there is promotion 12/10/2008

Wanted to do a tire rotation but kept on being told there is a promotion going on so I should wait few weeks so I don't have to wait. Thought that was nice but at the same time, it's kind of annoying when you needed something they can't do it. Finally brought it in, waited for 2 hours and got the car back. Few hours later, I found a flat. I thought they made sure things are in order? Guess shouldn't go when they are busy cuz quality will suck. more

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Crowds, but still Better Inventory 4/1/2006

Costco in general is a great place to buy just about anything. They are so busy that you know the perishables are always fresh because the high turnover rate, and they always have unique items, both food and non-food. Kirkland has always been rather crowded. Parking is a bear, and it's impossible to maneuver your cart around the store. Woodinville is the best store in terms of smaller crowds, but I think that Kirkland still holds the upper hand, inventory wise. They both beat Issaquah, however, which has got to be the busiest of all--so busy that it just might not even be worth it-even for Costco! more

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Cheaper. Know what you want 3/18/2006

I bought my tires here and I think the best advantage is the value you get. There isn't much of a selection but if you have a common care like a Nissan or Ford, I think they should have your tires. Costco is known for its prices as they order a wholesale. If you know what you're doing (since there isn't much service) and know what to get, go to costco more

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Costco Foodcourt is in man's top 5 greatest achievements 2/7/2006

There are plenty of good things to say about Costco. Fruitios. Kirkland Signature Albacore Tuna. Turkey burgers. 3 gallons of Mr. Yoshida's Teriyaki sauce. Eclectic music and DVD choices. Buying the assorted box of muffins but only eating the middle row of chocolate ones. Completely inconsequential compared to their food court. $1.50 buys you satiation, while $2.75 buys you a one-way to Gluttonville. Nothing beats a polish sausage AND soda for $1.50, and the $1.25 swirl yogurt is probably close to 6 normal frozen dessert servings. Amongst a few others I've discovered, this location's food court is outside so you don't even have to be a member to profit from this phenomenon. more

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Best Food Deal 10/5/2005

$1.50 for a hot dog or sausage, and a soda! It doesn't get any better than the Costco food court! Don't forget that they have frozen yogurt as well. more

A great place to buy in bulk 4/30/2005

Quality produce in season, fresh mozzarella and ricotta, house brand batteries, portabella mushrooms -- they are all here and well priced. Sometimes the amount you have to buy is appropriate only for a very large family or a business, but much of the time it isn't. Don't overlook the optical department, which got a good review for quality glasses at low prices from Consumer Reports. Park at the far end of the parking lot instead of hunting for a spot nearby -- it's not that long a walk. On weekend mornings, you can make a meal of the free samples. more
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