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Costco Wholesale has In-Warehouse Member-Only Savings listed below valid for Costco Members only (pricing shown is in-warehouse only).

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Note, an active Costco Wholesale Membership is required to purchase items at these warehouse prices. Prices & availability may vary by location.

Example Deals (pricing shown below is in-warehouse only):
  • Enchilada Bake with Rotisserie Chicken $3 Off Per Package
  • 3-lb Red Grapes: Organic or Conventional $1.50 - $2 Off
  • 32oz Organic Kiolbassa Beef Sausage $5 Off
  • 20-Count Health Warrior Oatmeal $4.50 Off
  • 12.3oz Nature's Intent Seed and Nut Keto Bomb $3 Off
  • 2.5-lb Kirkland Signature Breaded Panko Shrimp $4 Off
  • Pacific Gold or Oberto Beef Jerky $5 Off
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Just got an email from Costco about In-Warehouse Hot Buys starting on 8/20. The following link should update on 7/23: https://www.costco.com/warehouse-hot-buys.html

Here is a link to the email I received: https://ibb.co/VL2c60h

Some items on sale include:

Enchilada Bake with Rotisserie Chicken: $3 OFF Per Package
Red Grapes, Organic or Conventional: $1.50 - $2 OFF
Organic Kiolbassa Beef Sausage: $5 OFF
Health Warrior Oatmeal: $4.50 OFF
Nature's Intent Seed and Nut Keto Bomb: $3 OFF
Kirkland Signature Breaded Panko Shrimp: $4 OFF
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I have tried the Kiolbassa, and it is fine. If you compare it to the supermarket brands, e.g. Hillshire, it is much better.

So, is the Costco Kiolbassa real kielbasa? I was grew up in a Polish neighborhood, and the kielbasa was bought from Polish butchers. Each butcher had their own recipe, and they were all different. You choose the one you liked best.

The Costco Kiolbassa brand is made from beef, while the kielbasa from my old neighborhood was made from pork. I don't live near my old neighborhood, so I buy the Costco brands.
They're the same company. Pacific Gold is Oberto's Costco-only brand.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oberto_Snacks_Inc.


I used to buy the Kirkland canned chicken breast to mix in with my dog's food. I picked up a 6-pack on sale for around $6.50 just before the pandemic. Really regretted not getting more. The price peaked at just below $20. And now has come back down to about $14-$15.

They are bending over backwards to keep the hot rotisserie chicken at $4.99. Probably selling it at a loss. It works out to less than $2/lb. Only a part of it is breast meat, but I'd estimate you get about 1 lbs of breast meat from it. Versus about $5/lb for their frozen chicken breasts. So if you eat a lot of chicken, the rotisserie chicken may be the better deal. For the same price you're essentially getting the rest of the chicken for free.


Wholesale price of eggs (i.e. what the store pays) is currently at around $2/doz, closer to $3/doz for large and jumbo.
https://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreport...ellegg.pdf

When I worked at a hotel/restaurant 15 years ago, we bought the eggs directly from a local egg farm (they were only about 5 miles away). The price was usually around $1.50 per gross (144 eggs), or a bit over 12 cents/dozen. We'd get a couple carts full of racks of eggs each week, and it'd be about $100-$150. Packaging, distribution, and handling costs make up the bulk of the retail price.

Crabbing is a fuel-intensive operation. The crab boats burn a lot of fuel searching for and catching the crab. Unlike factory ships which can process, package, and freeze the fish aboard the ship so aren't really time-constrained, crab boats have to head back to port at high speed (burning lots more fuel) to deliver the crab alive to a processor (the meat begins decomposing very quickly if it dies). I think we all know what's happened to fuel prices.


Costco will refund the price difference within 30 days of the original purchase date. If you don't have a receipt, they can look up your membership card's purchase history and find it there for a return. I imagine they can do it for a price adjustment too, though I've never tried. I've noticed though that they now make your purchase history available if you login to their website (so you no loner need to keep the paper receipts around - you can simply print out a new copy at home if you need it).

If you're beyond 30 days, for packaged goods like the beef jerky or dual air fryer you can usually exploit their return policy. Simply bring your old receipt, buy the item on sale, take it straight to their return counter, and return it using the old receipt. Presto - you've converted your previous full-price purchase to a sale price purchase. I try to keep it within reason and usually only do this if I'd been meaning to get a price adjustment, but kept forgetting to bring the old receipt until I was past the 30 day window. Malicious exploitation pushes the cost into higher regular prices and membership fees, so doesn't really save you money.


Co-ops pass along their costs too. The only difference between a co-op and corporation is that there's no profit. Which is good in that the prices are lower. But bad in that there's no incentive for the co-op to stock items which are in higher demand. Whoever is in charge of running the co-op just stocks whatever they feel they should. If it takes more work to obtain the higher-demand item, they may not bother since there's no there's no benefit to them them for the extra work.

It's only charities which don't pass along costs. They pay for the costs via donations or an endowment fund. Someone always has to pay the piper. Even the student load "forgiveness" programs aren't really forgiveness. They're simply shifting the cost of repaying the loans away from the people who took out the loans, onto all taxpayers. Or (in cases where the loans were made with criminal malfeasance) back onto the entity which made the loans or received the loan money as payment.
You can get a refund of your membership (or at least prorated if not a full refund) fyi

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Good deal on the jerky. Been waiting a long time for there to be a sale.
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Which of the two jerky's is better?
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Is it any good/better than regular beef jerkey? Wagyu right?
Just oberto. I haven't had any other beef jerky from a meat packer in a long time, so I can't really attest to how good it is relative to other stuff.
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Link don't work.
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Thoughts/opinions on that dual air fryer? TIA
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Anyone tried the kielbasa sausage?
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Jerky says $5 off. So, how much is it?
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Nothing for me except the jerky... kinda 'meh' sales ad. Thx OP for posting.
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Which of the two jerky's is better?
Neither, both are mediocre imo. My fav Jerky from Costco are the Old Trapper.
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I have that Koda motion light above my garage. Great light! Insta-on, good range and bright on high setting!
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I've noticed some of Costco's prices on my favorite basic food item prices have doubled since inflation began... But we're not supposed to believe inflation is happening. I still like Costco, but they are definitely passing along the price of gas, etc to the consumer. That's business, but it's shocking to me still.
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Any opinions on the enchilada bake?
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