NEW YORK — BJ's Wholesale Club is continuing to narrow the pricing gap between itself and its two major membership-club rivals, Herbert J. Zarkin, chairman and chief executive officer, said here last week.
“We're not looking to start a price war, but we want to get to within 100 to 150 basis points of Costco and Sam's,” he said during a presentation at the 14th Annual Goldman Sachs Global Retailing Conference.
Zarkin said BJ's has gotten more competitively priced on basic food items, “and ...
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