Walmart In Bellingham Washington Offers
Mega Bargains For Canadian Shoppers!
at the Bellingham Walmart is more popular than ever for British
Columbia residents looking for bargains. With the current exchange
rate a gallon of milk is several dollars cheaper at the Bellingham Walmart Store than it is back in Canada.
Canadians can also save on just about every other item offered at
Costco, especially when you factor in that there is no Harmonized
tax on US. goods so it makes just about everything in the store an
The store remodel also created a much
larger grocery section with a large variety of food products
including fresh vegetables and a large frozen food section.
CURRENT GAS PRICES September 2012 In
Bellingham About $ 4.15 Per
Gallon USD Regular
Walmart Bellingham Wa & Costco
Burlington 20 Minutes South of Bellingham
Walmart Bellingham WA 4420
Meridian Street Bellingham, WA 98226 Phone: (360) 647-1400
(Across The Street From Costco Bellingham) HOURS: Open 24 Hours
/ Closes early on some major holidays
Costco Burlington WA 1725
South Burlington Blvd Burlington, WA 98233 Phone: (360)
757-5703 (20 Minutes South Of Bellingham)
Costco Bellingham WA 4299
Meridian Street Bellingham, WA 98226 Phone: (360) 671-6947
HOURS: M-F 10am - 8:30pm Sat 9:30am - 6:00pm Sun 10:00am-
Bellingham WALMART Hours, Directions, And Shopping
Shopping at Bellingham's Walmart is like shopping
at a full service department store its own grocery store as well. You
can save big on canned goods, milk, cheese, lunch meats, cereal, and
other grocery items. Walmart stocks name brand items but it also
features its own Great Value brand as well which is often little more
than a repacked name brand item it is sold along side.
BARGAIN MOO JUICE (Milk Baths) It is no
secret that milk is a relative steal at Bellingham's Walmart compared
to in British Columbia. Whatcom county Washington is like the Dairyland of the Pacific Northwest and produces some of the finest
milk anywhere. When you stock up on your milk at Walmart you are not
only buying the best milk produced locally you can save almost five
dollars per gallon compared to B.C. Canadians visiting
Bellingham have been on a milk buying frenzy in recent months, so much
so that it has caught the attention of national news outlets in the
USA and the UK. It is not uncommon to see shoppers filling their carts
with over a dozen gallons or milk or more, depending on how many
children they can bring or borrow for their cross-border shopping
Milk Baths A Myth? No, milk baths have been used for
centuries to soften, smooth and exfoliate skin. It was once believed
that milk baths made your skin firmer and whiter. Bathing in milk is
practiced by both men and women in is still quite popular in some
cultures. Sometimes milk is mixed with other ingredients like honey,
essential oils, or oatmeal to hydrate and ease blotchy and dry skin.
It is believed that Cleopatra bathed in milk and honey on a regular
basis to maintain her legendary beauty. Researchers have discovered
that the lactic acid in milk is an alpha hydroxy acid which naturally
dissolves the glue that holds dead skin cells together, thereby
cleaning and exfoliating skin deep down at a cellular level.
In India milk baths are perhaps one of the safer uses for milk rather
than for drinking. In a 2012 study 68 percent of milk samples were
determined to be adulterated with detergent, mixed with water or other
harmful additives. It is not known what ill-effects this adulterated
milk may have on the skin of Indians who bath in it regularly but it
can't be any worse than bathing in the Ganges river.
You should not attempt to take a milk bath if you are lactose
intolerant even if you don't sip on the bath water while you are
So why do so many east Indians and Asians fill their
shopping carts full with Milk when they come shopping in Bellingham?
It is not necessarily
to take it home and jump in the bathtub with it. Many East Indians and
Asian simply use a whole lot of milk with each meal, to make their own
yogurt, in cooking, and in their tea which the may enjoy several times
Buying milk at about half the price they get it for back
home makes for an extreme bargain worth taking advantage of. Also some
may buy extra gallons for friends, family or neighbors during their
run to Bellingham, and then when their friends or neighbors make a run
they return the favor.
EGGS BY THE DOZEN
Another good buy at Bellingham's Walmart is Eggs. Extra large eggs come
in a 2 dozen pack for about $3.60. Of course the prices can change
from week to week but they are always a great price. Eggs can last and
remain fresh and delicious for up to 5 weeks in your fridge so don't
be afraid to buy several dozen. Eggs are a great source of protein and
can be enjoyed not just for breakfast but lunch, and dinner as well.
Do a web search for quiche and surprise your family with a unique meal
for a change.
PAPER PRODUCTS Stock up on quality
Walmart brand or other top name-brand paper towels and toilet tissue in
mega packs and save big over grocery store prices. Hands down, its a
huge savings and what's more is you are buying the good stuff--top
quality paper products.
If you don't mind the simple surroundings of the Bellingham Walmart
you can pick up a great bite to eat at Bellingham's
Walmart's own McDonald's restaurant located inside the store in the
front by the check out registers. Look for sale specials posted in
the store or order off the dollar menu and you can save big. Bring in
your own bottled water and save even more.
There are other
fast food restaurants in the immediate vicinity of Walmart
including, Taco Bell, Wendys, Wonderful Buffet, Arby's, and
Taco Time. During peak hours it can be difficult getting into
and out of some of these establishment's parking lots. The
easiest to maneuver is Wendy's.
OTHER NEARBY BELLINGHAM DEPARTMENT STORES
50 Bellis Fair Pkwy Bellingham, Wa 360 715-6000 M-Sat 10am-9pm Sun