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I do not belong to any warehouse clubs.
I only requires something maybe once a year for which it even makes sense (not counting that I get all ooooh Shiny!! when inside them and spend more than i want)
So i have a friend, who has a membership, pick something up for me.

Example: a 2# package of yeast lasts me over a year and costs the same as about a dozen packets.

Is this cheating the warehouse club of a membership?
Because the alternative is not that I wold buy a membership.
The alternative is I would just buy it online...

peace & discuss
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