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Costco to crack down on non-members' access to food court

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Everybody loves an impromptu trip to the Costco food court, but if you're looking forward to some of their hot dogs and pizza, and are not a member, you aren't going to be able to do that for much longer.
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Costco will start checking to make sure people eating in the food court are members

Costco will start checking to make sure people eating in the food court are members

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Buying items from the Costco food court has always required a membership, but the company hasn't enforced it.
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Costco to ban non-members from food court

1 month ago   |   By

If you frequent the Costco food court for cheap hot dogs and pizza, but you are not a member, you aren't going to be able to do that for much longer.
Costco says buying items from the food court has always required a membership.
They just haven't enforced it - until now.
According to a Costco spokesperson, starting in March, the warehouse chain will require you to have an active membership to visit the food court.
It costs about $60 a year for basic membership.
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