50 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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If you have a Costco Card and a hankering for a tub of peanut butter, you're in luck! I live walking distance to downtown Vancouver's Costco!
Yes Costco Their cheap hotdogs can't be beat and sometimes just what you might need as your night in the city is getting started. This locale has their hotdog and pizza stand on the outside of the store so there is no need for a Costco membership!
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