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Kirkland Signature Men's Dress Shirts (Tailored Fit or Traditional Fit)

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Costco.com has for their Costco Members: Kirkland Signature Men's Dress Shirts on sale for $9.97. Shipping is free. Thanks qwerty12345678

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Kirkland Signature Men's Tailored Fit Non-Iron Dress Shirt - $9.97 (ships free):
Available in 4 different colors/patterns and many sizes.

https://www.costco.com/mens-dress...dentifier=


Kirkland Signature Men's Traditional Fit Non-Iron Dress Shirt - $9.97 (ships free):
Available in 4 different colors/patterns and many sizes.


https://m.costco.com/mens-dress-s...dentifier=
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Funny and good thing I checked my closet before buying as I have the same shirts already. Although Costco will let me return anyhow, love Costco. Costco is feeding my bad buying behavior of buy first and think later mentality!
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Well, it was at least one of the Front Page deal threads from that search list I linked. It had a lot of good back and forth about fit, traditional versus tailored. My memory isn't that good anymore or else I would try to summarize for you.

(Also, this is not my expertise. If you want a summary of past info discussed about rechargeable batteries, battery chargers, flashlights, et al....that I often do in current threads.)

Think about it this way - you're reading THIS thread, which is still developing - and you have to return to repeatedly.

The archived threads are whole stories. Skim the last posts of a thread - to see possible feedback, good or bad, from buyers reporting back on their purchases. Skim the early posts for enthusiastic, interested posters who have alerts set, versus later posters who catch this on the Front Page and often are the question askers.

Also, scan the OP's OP, the featured comments, and any Community Wiki's for important info. Heck, sometimes there is even good info in the Editor's Notes (when they're not "teaching" us about how to get Amazon Student Prime or a free Amazon Prime trial).

Also, you can use the "Search This Thread" tool on the top right of the page. Or go to my linked search list / page and refine the search with more filters.

Multiple ways to lessen the amount of reading, by targeting specific posts.

Hope this helps.

It's just that I notice that deal threads have been moving away from referring to older threads that are quite informative. Then the current threads have the same Q&A, info, et al rehashed so data - not useful info - multiplies and it is harder for interesting info to stand out.
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These are the patterns they had last time at this price. Can't beat the quality for $10.
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Nice, but wish it wasnt tailored.
They have the regular fit ones at the same price.

Example

https://m.costco.com/Kirkland-Sig...37980.html
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They have the regular fit ones at the same price.

Example

https://m.costco.com/Kirkland-Sig...37980.html [costco.com]
Thanks for the heads up! I fixed it..
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Funny and good thing I checked my closet before buying as I have the same shirts already. Although Costco will let me return anyhow, love Costco. Costco is feeding my bad buying behavior of buy first and think later mentality!
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not in my size - bummer
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Funny and good thing I checked my closet before buying as I have the same shirts already. Although Costco will let me return anyhow, love Costco. Costco is feeding my bad buying behavior of buy first and think later mentality!
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These are the patterns they had last time at this price. Can't beat the quality for $10.
Yes.
It is helpful to see the comments in past deal threads, especially the discussions about tailored versus traditional fit. Though Costco's generous return policy makes buying no-risk.
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It is helpful to see the comments in past deal threads, especially the discussions about tailored versus traditional fit. Though Costco's generous return policy makes buying no-risk.
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Ughh reading.. couldn't you just read the comments for me and just tell me what to buy?
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Why does it show in "Big and Tall" if size being picked is 15.5/32-33?
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Ughh reading.. couldn't you just read the comments for me and just tell me what to buy?
Well, it was at least one of the Front Page deal threads from that search list I linked. It had a lot of good back and forth about fit, traditional versus tailored. My memory isn't that good anymore or else I would try to summarize for you.

(Also, this is not my expertise. If you want a summary of past info discussed about rechargeable batteries, battery chargers, flashlights, et al....that I often do in current threads.)

Think about it this way - you're reading THIS thread, which is still developing - and you have to return to repeatedly.

The archived threads are whole stories. Skim the last posts of a thread - to see possible feedback, good or bad, from buyers reporting back on their purchases. Skim the early posts for enthusiastic, interested posters who have alerts set, versus later posters who catch this on the Front Page and often are the question askers.

Also, scan the OP's OP, the featured comments, and any Community Wiki's for important info. Heck, sometimes there is even good info in the Editor's Notes (when they're not "teaching" us about how to get Amazon Student Prime or a free Amazon Prime trial).

Also, you can use the "Search This Thread" tool on the top right of the page. Or go to my linked search list / page and refine the search with more filters.

Multiple ways to lessen the amount of reading, by targeting specific posts.

Hope this helps.

It's just that I notice that deal threads have been moving away from referring to older threads that are quite informative. Then the current threads have the same Q&A, info, et al rehashed so data - not useful info - multiplies and it is harder for interesting info to stand out.
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Does anyone know how these fit compared to CT extra slim fit?
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Is this online only or are they currently available at the actual stores in person
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I wish the tailored fits came in solid colors like light blue or white.
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