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Question DetailsAsked on 2/18/2015

Is there a service that will pick up and deliver large items purchased at Costco?

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Easier to negotiate when you are buying the item - when for all but low-end models many stores will generally deliver locally for free - I know Costco does here for large items/large orders. But almost all large item stores deal with a delivery service that delivers bulk things for them - typically get about $25-50/item for appliances and furniture, or about $100 per trip. So I would call the store and ask about delivery, and see what you can negotiate with them. Even if they do not have a delivery service (rare) they probably know a company who does it.

Lacking that - local Moving and Transfer companies typically charge around $100 give or take for that.

Haulers (Search the List category) can do it too - but as they are junk haulers primarily, be sure to get agreement on how it is going to be protected from stains, oil, etc.

Or if you have a friend with a pickup, for the price of a pizza and beer or a lunch on you or whatever. Or rent a pickup or small truck at UHaul or such for about $25-50/day including mileage.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD


Yes check out GoShare. They have partnered with Costco to deliver furniture on demand


Answered 3 years ago by SeanSavagio

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