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Costco - USDA Prime Top Loin Whole (NY Strip) - $20 off per package YMMV, B&M 4/23 to 4/24

RedOctane 998 288 April 23, 2016 at 09:21 PM in Your Mileage May Vary (YMMV) (4) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Last Edited by RedOctane April 23, 2016 at 09:45 PM
Costco - USDA Prime Top Loin Whole (NY Strip) - $20 off per package YMMV, B&M Costco in Citrus Heights CA

Advertised $20 per package

Not sure if it is everywhere, so YMMV.

Last time Mdemint posted the deal. I purchased a strip it was amazing!!!

Here is the thread from previous post lots of information there.

http://slickdeals.net/f/8385893-costco-usda-prime-top-loin-whole-ny-strip-25-off-per-package-ymmv-b-m?v=1&src=SiteSearch
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#2
Damn, wish you had posted this earlier... Costco already closed for today. Got this last time and they were amazing, hopefully there are some left tomorrow!
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Still have three 1" steak slices from the previous deal.

Guess I'll stop by when they open and pick up the lowest price cut.
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i think i have one frozen pack from last time ...

...im not sure if its my shitty grill (used to have a 10yo weber and sold it b/c i had this $99 charbroil which is basically replaceable), but if i put the lid down these things would cause a fire to burst out in no time

i was wondering, is that b/c of the higher fat /marbling of USDA Prime vs other cheaper cuts? or is my charbroil just a pos grill with improper spacing?
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i think i have one frozen pack from last time ...

...im not sure if its my shitty grill (used to have a 10yo weber and sold it b/c i had this $99 charbroil which is basically replaceable), but if i put the lid down these things would cause a fire to burst out in no time

i was wondering, is that b/c of the higher fat /marbling of USDA Prime vs other cheaper cuts? or is my charbroil just a pos grill with improper spacing?
Did you cut it properly? Leaving too much of the fat layer on could be causing it.
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I have two left from the last deal.
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Quote from ionizer View Post :
i think i have one frozen pack from last time ...

...im not sure if its my shitty grill (used to have a 10yo weber and sold it b/c i had this $99 charbroil which is basically replaceable), but if i put the lid down these things would cause a fire to burst out in no time

i was wondering, is that b/c of the higher fat /marbling of USDA Prime vs other cheaper cuts? or is my charbroil just a pos grill with improper spacing?
Trim your cut a little better. Too much outside fat, probably.

We do these Sous Vide and finish on the grill, and it's an AMAZING 134 degree medium rare steak.
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Still have three 1" steak slices from the previous deal.

Guess I'll stop by when they open and pick up the lowest price cut.
Same here I have only 2 steaks left from last deal Smilie)) If vacuum sealed and frozen there is almost no difference in taste. Amazing steaks!!!
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Hmm... anyone know if this is alive in Orange County/SoCal?
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Thanks for the update, fellow Citrus Heighter! Wink
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Curious how much a pound your Costco was charging? It's kinda interesting -- it went down to $7.39 a pound a few months back (but I had too much left from the last deal) and it's been slowly creeping up. I think last I looked, it was up to $9.59 a pound, which kinda means the $20 will bring it back down to the $7 range from a few months ago as "regular" price.
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Did you cut it properly? Leaving too much of the fat layer on could be causing it.
I don't remember there being a significant layer of fat when I cut it, but if I pickup more I will double check.

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Curious how much a pound your Costco was charging? It's kinda interesting -- it went down to $7.39 a pound a few months back (but I had too much left from the last deal) and it's been slowly creeping up. I think last I looked, it was up to $9.59 a pound, which kinda means the $20 will bring it back down to the $7 range from a few months ago as "regular" price.
Regular price? $7 a lb for prime? I've never seen that as regular
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I don't remember there being a significant layer of fat when I cut it, but if I pickup more I will double check.



Regular price? $7 a lb for prime? I've never seen that as regular
Yup, I'm sure of it as I go to Costco pretty regularly and always hang out at the prime meat section to check out the selection. I'm 100% sure my Costco had these for $7.39 a pound a few months back. And like I said, the last price I saw was around 9.59 a pound (like a week ago)
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Yup, I'm sure of it as I go to Costco pretty regularly and always hang out at the prime meat section to check out the selection. I'm 100% sure my Costco had these for $7.39 a pound a few months back. And like I said, the last price I saw was around 9.59 a pound (like a week ago)
Interesting, i'll have to keep an eye on it from now on. I've just been looking for that $20 off sign.
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On Friday afternoon, Costco in Alhambra, CA had them near the freezers. All packages cost about $120 +
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