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[Real Canadian Superstore] Beef Tenderloin $8.88/lb - July 30-August 5, 2020 (Ontario)

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[Real Canadian Superstore] Beef Tenderloin $8.88/lb - July 30-August 5, 2020 (Ontario)

Real Canadian Superstore (Ontario)
July 30-August 5, 2020


Whole beef tenderloin, AAA or better $8.88/lb ($19.58/kg)


If you don't have a RCSS near you, AA version of this is available for the same price at Loblaws if you're a PC Optimum member.
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Any idea if the tenderloin will be denuded? Great price nonetheless.
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how does ontario get beef cheaper than alberta?
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just to add: Real Canadian Superstore will be enforcing a limit of 2
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I'm so happy my sister works for RCSS and gets a discount to boot. [...]
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Now I just need 200 pts for every $1 spend on beef offer in my account tomorrow. I haven't seen the beef offer for a while
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KingMoobot wrote: how does ontario get beef cheaper than alberta?
Could be US beef.
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Phokus wrote: Any idea if the tenderloin will be denuded? Great price nonetheless.
It almost never comes denuded from RCSS, at least never seen it at this price.
soultakerxi wrote: Is this tenderloin good for filet mignon?
Yup, once you clean and cut it.
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soultakerxi wrote: Is this tenderloin good for filet mignon?
Filet mignon can't be from any other type of cut.
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Thorncliffe Costco is selling whole tenderloin for $23.19/kg - that is more than SS but makes me wonder how good a sale SS is? I can’t recall if this is normal Costco pricing or they lowered it recently?

I ended up getting a SS tenderloin and based on prior experiences with their rib roast sales where I have found packages with weights much more than priced based on just “feel” that they were “wrong” I picked up three and weighed them in produce to confirm. This time one weighed perfectly and the other two were a couple hundred grams heavier than priced so a bargain. Not sure why they are so inconsistent - on one of the rib roasts I weighed last sale it was off close to $10 in value and you could tell just by picking two of them up that were supposed to be the same weight. I made the butcher reprice it for others but have been cautious ever since. Today they were giving back.
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computergeek541 wrote: Real Canadian Superstore (Ontario)
July 30-August 5, 2020


Whole beef tenderloin, AAA or better $8.88/lb ($19.58/kg)


If you don't have a RCSS near you, AA version of this is available for the same price at Loblaws if you're a PC Optimum member.
Im wondering if there's any difference between this and Loblaws...... same company same meat??
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MtX wrote: Im wondering if there's any difference between this and Loblaws...... same company same meat??
The Loblaws special is advertised as only being at least AA (a lower grade of beef).
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computergeek541 wrote: The Loblaws special is advertised as only being at least AA (a lower grade of beef).
For the tenderloin it doesn't really make a difference. Grading is based largely on the marbling in the meat, but tenderloin has basically no marbling, so the difference between AA and AAA tenderloin, if any, is negligible.
I regularly buy the ungraded tenderloin at Costco Business Centre for far cheaper than graded and I've never seen a difference (the same absolutely cannot be said for their other ungraded meats).

I picked up one of the AA tenderloins from Loblaws yesterday and it looks great. it'll be making, among other things, beef wellington and I'm already sure it'll be amazing.

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