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Kirkland french vodka @ Costco-$19.99 YMMV

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Kirkland french vodka (1.75 lt) better than Grey Goose..

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Created 02-11-2018 at 01:54 PM by Hotrod911
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normal price
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kirkland? french ??
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French vodka?
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try Sobieski Polish vodka $10 half the price and tastes better
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Kirkland has American ($13.99) and French...
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Costco French is often compared to Grey Goose, and 19.99 is regular price. Costco American is a great value at 13.89. I personally feel it is like Absolut, and it's all that I drink since it's the only ones (Absolut and Kirkland American) that don't give me headaches.
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Thanks for reminding me after 6 or so years. Same price since then.
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My vote would be for luksusowa Potato vodka
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try Sobieski Polish vodka $10 half the price and tastes better
Sobieski is not $10 for a 1.75L bottle - it's closer to $18.
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Getting trolled for a poor post (deal) is fun haha 😂
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Sobieski is not $10 for a 1.75L bottle - it's closer to $18.
It may be $10 where he lives. It is hard to compare alcohol prices across the country because each state regulates and taxes it differently impacting the final price we pay. For example, some states like NJ and Massachusetts primarily allow liquor stores to sell alcohol leading to higher prices and other states like NY and Florida allow grocery and convenience stores to sell alcohol often leading to lower prices. (You can find a few exceptions in NJ and Massachusetts like a lone Trader Joes or Wegmans) And then there is a third way like New Hampshire where only the state sells alcohol -- ironic given the Granite State's motto is Live Free or Die. From personal experience, I have seen the difference in pricing first hand. NY sells beer at grocery stores, and typically you pay a little less than in Jersey. Similar, I've bought wine in Florida when visiting family, and I am always amazed at how much cheaper it is down there than up in Jersey and Massachusetts.

Anyway, Trader Joes also has inexpensive store-brand vodka. I wonder how these store-brands compare to my usual goto vodka: Ketel One.
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It may be $10 where he lives. It is hard to compare alcohol prices across the country because each state regulates and taxes it differently impacting the final price we pay. For example, some states like NJ and Massachusetts primarily allow liquor stores to sell alcohol leading to higher prices and other states like NY and Florida allow grocery and convenience stores to sell alcohol often leading to lower prices. (You can find a few exceptions in NJ and Massachusetts like a lone Trader Joes or Wegmans) And then there is a third way like New Hampshire where only the state sells alcohol -- ironic given the Granite State's motto is Live Free or Die. From personal experience, I have seen the difference in pricing first hand. NY sells beer at grocery stores, and typically you pay a little less than in Jersey. Similar, I've bought wine in Florida when visiting family, and I am always amazed at how much cheaper it is down there than up in Jersey and Massachusetts.

Anyway, Trader Joes also has inexpensive store-brand vodka. I wonder how these store-brands compare to my usual goto vodka: Ketel One.
I appreciate the write-up, but I do stand by my statement. A 1.75L bottle of Sobieski Vodka is going to run between $17 and $25 based on local regulations.
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I appreciate the write-up, but I do stand by my statement. A 1.75L bottle of Sobieski Vodka is going to run between $17 and $25 based on local regulations.
Yea...$10 for 1.75l - now that would be slick...
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