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    The bakery there is really really good omg the biggest cheese cakes and Black Forest cake like you would not believe for something like $22 and if you are not a member you are allowed in you just can't buy anything and if you are a member you are allowed to take 2 people with you and they can buy things but they have to pay cash only and with fuel you use ur card only no cash and you have to pay for it first before you pump fuel so for example if it cost $80 to fuel up your car and you didn't use the whole $80 and you car only took $60 the $20 will get put back into your bank account hopefully that all makes sense it's good just to have a look to see what all the fuss is about

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    Yep $55 a year for business and $60 for personal I think - in Sydney during the week anyone can go in and look - you just can't buy - but on weekends when it gets busy you have to be with a member - we are allowed to bring in up to 2 guests but if they buy anything it has to be paid for using cash or a card with the members name on it ( all has to go on 1 transaction) so whenever I go with my two SIL they always bring cash and I put it all on my card

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    So Costco sell fuel?

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    Yes Costco does sell fuel


 

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