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Almost always 96 83.48%
75% of the time 7 6.09%
50% / 50% mix 6 5.22%
25% of the time 2 1.74%
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:01 PM   #1
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Do you shop at Walmart when overnighting there?

Do you shop at Walmart when overnighting there?
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:23 PM   #2
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:57 PM   #4
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Always and believe me - it ain't cheap camping.
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We normally shop at WalMart once or twice a week regardless of where the MH is parked, so on the very rare occasion that we overnight at WalMart shopping is part of the routine.
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Of course and alot of times we have breakfast at McDonalds if they have one, also pick up a cooked chicken for dinner.
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If I need something yes, but I would not make it a requirement for having used their parking facilities.
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Every time, which is about one night in 3-4 weeks. Like Norm said "it ain't cheap", we usually spend near $100 restocking the RV.
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If I need something yes, but I would not make it a requirement for having used their parking facilities.

Sums me up too.
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Yes,always. Sometimes 2 or 3 times.Then my wife goes.
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Old 08-06-2011, 06:20 PM   #11
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I can't remember the last time we overnighted at Wal-Mart and did not spend some amount of money inside (might have been a pedicure for Janet, but something).
Since we also spend an enormous amount of money at Wal-Mart when are are parked nearby, it's just another day at Wal-Mart for us.
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I make a point of it... after all, I'm never so fully stocked that I can't at least use SOMETHING they have -- even if it's a packet of batteries.

Usually it's a lot more than that, though.

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"If I need something yes, but I would not make it a requirement for having used their parking facilities."

Me Too.
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Yes ,I like me some Walmart. I live less then 5 min. from a super Walmart.
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