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Beef Tenderloin is CHEAPER !!!!!!!!($49.99/kg) (was:$64.99/kg

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[Costco] Beef Tenderloin is CHEAPER !!!!!!!!($49.99/kg) (was:$64.99/kg

As of July 6th, Costco has reduced their meat prices again.


I usually cut these into 7-8 slices. I make black pepper beef and veggie. It costs $20+ at a Chinese restaurant and will have more veggies than meat.

If I make the same meat portion as them, I can make 15 times. Eating at home is a lot cheaper.








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Last edited by Thatdealguy on Jul 7th, 2020 7:59 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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All of them, or just beef tenderloin?
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ttoommyy wrote: All of them, or just beef tenderloin?
Anything other than tenderloin, no care
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regular pricing is now hot deals?
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yau1225 wrote: regular pricing is now hot deals?
It would depend on your perspective.

Local news did a recent story about how the prices at Costco were up. They interviewed a fair amount of people during the piece who didn’t like the increase, so people who felt that way might see it that way.

I will buy meat at any price, so I’m cool with the price being less.
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lol, "hot deals" is the wrong forum for this thread bro
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I feel like the price of something like denuded tenderloin is also driven up (higher than the prices of other cuts) by the increased cost of labour during the pandemic (wage increases, shorter hours, less staff, etc.).
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Thanks OP!!

Prices were getting ridiculous last time I was there. Good to know, have a few more reasons to head over to Costco anyways
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Why was I alerted to this thread by the app ? Not hot deal but maybe a discussion elsewhere
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blackston3 wrote: Thanks OP!!

Prices were getting ridiculous last time I was there. Good to know, have a few more reasons to head over to Costco anyways

Yes, finally the prices are decreasing. Hopefully, wagyu will have the same price reduction.
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Nope, not a hot deal in my book. Mechanically tenderized Costco beef, at a price it was 6 months ago, does not a hot deal make........
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten....
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I understand that there is no "regular price drop" forum, but this is indeed not a hot deal at all....
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walleye*guy wrote: Nope, not a hot deal in my book. Mechanically tenderized Costco beef, at a price it was 6 months ago, does not a hot deal make........
where did you heard that Costco sells "mechanically tenderized" tenderloin?
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walleye*guy wrote: Nope, not a hot deal in my book. Mechanically tenderized Costco beef, at a price it was 6 months ago, does not a hot deal make........
I thought only the cut steaks were tenderized and not the cryovac packs?
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Not a hot deal for me OP but max giving the +1 vote just because the effort in tracking. God bless you OP
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dfm74 wrote: I thought only the cut steaks were tenderized and not the cryovac packs?
Correct
The cryovac packs are not tenderized
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walleye*guy wrote: Nope, not a hot deal in my book. Mechanically tenderized Costco beef, at a price it was 6 months ago, does not a hot deal make........
Huh? The cryovac packs are not tenderized....
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Good stuff. If you haven't tried this one before it's worth picking up.
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Meh...that's still almost $23/lb despite having to buy the entire tenderloin.

I gotta wonder how many people on here buy tenderloin at Costco then cook it in their instant pot? Just saying...
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Thatdealguy wrote: If I make the same meat portion as them, I can make 15 times. Eating at home is a lot cheaper.
So chinese food restaurants are charging $750 per kg of actual meat used in black pepper beef?

My local chinese restaurant charges $13 for a plate of black pepper beef. Are you saying the entire dish only has 17 grams of beef?[/quote]

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