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  1. 1

    eww

  2. Rosanna says – reply to this


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    haha, haven't you seen that episode of modern family where Mitch and Cam go to Costco and they see the caskets?

  3. gern says – reply to this


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    wait, is this your first time in a costco? i've seen them in there forever.

  4. Patrycja says – reply to this


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    I know exactly which Costco this is… It is the only one that has caskets because there are so many old people here… It is the Palm Desert Costco…. Have been to other ones and no where else have I seen these.

  5. Dara says – reply to this


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    I live in the Palm Desert area so that's the Costco I go to. They've always had those. I figured every Costco has that display. But there are a shit ton of old people here so I can see the selling point.

  6. caravaggio beside self says – reply to this


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    This is the level the United States has sunken to. "Uh, yes can I get one faux golden casket with my wild alaskan salmon and 80 lb. bag of frozen blueberries please?"



  7. 7

    Costco has had them at tons of stores for over a decade.



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    Re: perez posse SUPERFAN 777 – Costco selling caskets is a good thing. Most people will at some point in there lives go through the process of planning funeral arrangements for a loved one. While, luckily, it's not a process that one need become well versed in, a lack of knowledge in the area of costs associated with such arrangements compounded with grief and a desire to put their best foot forward makes it easy for a funeral home to charge 10 grand for a casket that you can buy at costco for $2000. Death is a natural part of life. It's the most natural part.

  9. @v@ says – reply to this


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    I've seen these. Set me back for a minute, though.

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: caravaggio beside self – It's better to get one reasonably yourself than to be unknowingly ho$ed by some funeral parlor because casket price is so shrouded in mystery.