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  • Dewesq55
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    The Costco Business Center in Hackensack (about 2-3 minutes off of I-80) Usually has them - prime, too. I haven't been in some time, but it's where I'd go to find them if it were me. You don't need a business membership. Any membership will work. They have a giant walk-in refrigerated room with the meat and produce in it.
    Last edited by Dewesq55; July 22, 2021, 03:11 PM.

  • Deaf Arty
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    Just saw this post and comments. JGo37 I used to get Sam McGoo in the Philippines and Okinawa when I was stationed there. Don't remember the price, but it sure was cheap.

  • Truckbutt
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    Not seeing any packer briskets at Costco in NY. If anyone does please shout it out.

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  • Santamarina
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    My local Costco has had Prime brisket at 2.99/lb for darn near a year (3.29 before that). Then recently, just as you experienced, it jumped to 5.99/lb. A $45 packer now cost $90! Still some of the cheapest beef around, but I def got spoiled with the low prices.

    Didn’t see any wagyu last time I was there, but I’ll keep an eye out for it next time.

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  • JeffJ
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    Last brisket I purchased from Costco was a prime packer at $2.99 / pound.

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  • PBCDad
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    I saw it at Costco maybe 2 months ago. It's been there off and on since then. They had maybe 3 Wagyu briskets when I took that picture. If you had asked me 2 months ago, I would have said it'd be nice to try but I wouldn't spend that much on a brisket when I can get Prime for $3.29...

  • Potkettleblack
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    Pretty sure corona is free for the asking, outside... ;-)

  • JGo37
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    My question is about the Wagyu - will that be / is that common? I'd have to try that at almost any price, let alone at a bargain. I'm familiar with how American Wagyu was sourced and bred here - there's so many scenarios. Purebred line, mixed with local cattle... I wonder too how to tell what Costco is actually selling.

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  • JGo37
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    I've bought McGoo at 7 cents each. Let's see who knows where that was..

  • ItsAllGoneToTheDogs
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    I remember getting a 12 pack of corona for $1.00, but that was before it was widely imported to the US and I was probably 10 years below the legal drinking age

  • Troutman
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    I remember when Corona was $0.25 a bottle.

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  • ItsAllGoneToTheDogs
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    been seeing prime for less than regular quite a bit lately on beef, ribs however are 6.75 a lb now, in hog country!!!!!

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  • Jim White
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    I paid $4.98 a pound for a prime packer that was just under 18 pounds on Saturday at Sam's. I was hoping to wet age a while, but I was just informed that the gathering I'm cooking it for has been moved up to Thursday evening. Oh well.

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  • RonB
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    My wife does not care for brisket, but I woulda bought that wagu hunk o' meat.
    Last edited by RonB; July 12, 2021, 05:30 PM.

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  • IFindZeroBadCooks
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    I would have definitely bought the Wagyu! $5 a pound for prime brisket at my local Costco which was the same price as choice IIRC.

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