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Just got my green card, and I guess the wife gets a yellow one when she comes in to sign for it. I wasn't too impressed, honestly: zero ammo to be had, and a lot of Chinese products. Oh well, spent $200 on odds-n-ends anyway ...
 

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I lost my card 40 years ago and have never been asked for it. Bimart was always a decent store when decent Items could be obtained for them to sale . US Made Fishing ,hunting items & car parts. Complete with polite helpful employees .
 

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The employee who issued my green card said the green card was for the 'primary' member, and the yellow card was for a designated family member (e.g. spouse). Not sure if that's a company policy, dealer's choice or just random. Based on my limited experience and what I have read here, I don't think BiMart is too worried about it. ;)
 
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The employee who issued my green card said the green card was for the 'primary' member, and the yellow card was for a designated family member (e.g. spouse). Not sure if that's a company policy, dealer's choice or just random. Based on my limited experience and what I have read here, I don't think BiMart is too worried about it. ;)
yes, mine is green, wife's is yellow
 

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Yeah I show my green card to the employee behind that little counter. But you could just walk in no prob i have seen it on occasion. I do agree that you should not be allowed to shop without a membership. Can't walk down to Costco and go right in why is Bi-Mart any different. If its difficult to spend $5 on a lifetime membership vs yearly Costco membership then you have more pressing issues to worry about :s0112:
 

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As I recall......when I first came to WA......

Bi-Mart let me in, to "look around" w/o a green card. IF.......I found something I wanted.....I was suppose to only pay in cash.
Seemed reasonable enough.

But, I found myself wanting more stuff and bought a lifetime membership for IIRC, $5. Why not? It was IMHO a fair deal (considering the membership price at Costco and it's not like I'm buying stuff by the caseload).

Aloha, Mark
 

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This is why it's worth it to have a Bi-Mart membership.......

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And, I can recall the days when you could buy a Marlin 1894 Carbine (in 38 special/.357 mag) on sale for really cheap too.

Aloha,, Mark

PS....that was an OLD AD (about Jan 2011). Prices are higher today.
 
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This is why it's worth it to have a Bi-Mart membership.......

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And, I can recall the days when you could buy a Marlin 1894 Carbine (in 38 special/.357 mag) on sale for really cheap too.

Aloha,, Mark

Exzactley that's one hell of a deal! Problem I have is sometimes we never recive our add booklet in the mail. Makes me wonder if my post man takes it to read on his lunch break ha 🤔

My grandfather had old magazines from the 50's and 60's when you could buy a Thompson or M1 grand through mail order and have it delivered for next to nothing.

That's how they had chickens shipped to their house back when :s0112: i would sit there and look through old Sears, Roebuck catalogs and just be amazed!
 

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Is there anywhere else on the planet right now where you can walk in and pick up 1,600 rounds of 22lr for $110.00?

Because I did that this morning at BiMart.
WOW! Love Bimart. Haven't bought any ammo there in a long long time. I remember just before ammo dried up I went to the range to shoot .22 and stopped at Bimart on the way home - they had buckets and buckets of .22 on sale stacked high in the isle. I thought I'll pick it up "next time". DOHHHH.
 

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Lost my card nearly 30 years ago.
Was told no worries if I wasn't planning on using a check.
Haven't been asked to see it since. Ever. Anywhere.
 
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I'd like to see them run a contest on who can show the oldest card. I still have my BiMart card from 1982. Laminated it when I got it so it is still in one piece. Bought my share of 22lr there over the years.
 
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I always show my card when entering the local BiMart, but today when I went in to buy a battery for my ATV, I just waved at the lady that greeted me and she waved me on in. I had never tried that before.

I have never been asked to see my card when checking out, but I always use a credit card or cash. I've never tried to use a check there.
 
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I always show my card when entering the local BiMart, but today when I went in to buy a battery for my ATV, I just waved at the lady that greeted me and she waved me on in. I had never tried that before.

I have never been asked to see my card when checking out, but I always use a credit card or cash. I've never tried to use a check there.
I always flash it but I imagine anyone could shop.
 
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