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It looks like Costco is offering curbside pickup after all — but only at a few locations.
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The retailer appears to be testing same-day curbside pickup for groceries at three warehouses in Albuquerque, New Mexico, according to the company website.
However, there are some guidelines members have to follow.
Pickup orders must be a minimum of $100 and members will have to pay a $10 pickup fee to use the service, according to the website.
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“Curbside pickup adds an additional expense to our low-cost business model and limited markup structure,” the website says about the pickup fee. “Costco employees will prepare the orders and deliver the order to members’ vehicles.”