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How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
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How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
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87 Million nasty, dirty, cheap, pumped up, gigantic $5 Rotisserie Chickens a year. Get the cancer gurney ready the Costco shoppers are also lining up for chemo and radiation.



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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
All the grocery stores where I live sell those.

Just the thought of those puppies sitting under a heat lamp for hours on end is enough of a turn off for me.
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Embrace TOXIC Earth, Its probably the ONLY thing
that KEEPS Aliens From Invading and Stealing Our PLANET!

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You gotta see these birds. They're huge. Or Yuge as the Trump would say. That ought to be a big "wait a minute" for anyone who can still think clearly.
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I always thought they used only the chickens ruined by the chicken sexers on the farms.
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
They actually don't make much to any profit on those birds, so have decided to go into the chicken-farming business themselves.

Imagine... half chemicals, half chicken.
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They also pay a decent wage, way above minimum wage, disproving the myth that companies will go broke if they take care of their employees.
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
Hint - it's not a chicken....

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
Its called perceived value.

Its a quality product but if you factor in your membership price with how many times a year you eat their $5 chicken you will soon see that your paying twice the price...if not more!

Its like a fast food hamburger, its seems reasonably priced at say $3, but if you where to weigh it against actually store bought ground beef you would soon see your paying cost to $25 a pound for the Fast food stuff sometimes as high as $45 a lbs.
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2019 04:46 AM)
Its called perceived value.

Its a quality product but if you factor in your membership price with how many times a year you eat their $5 chicken you will soon see that your paying twice the price...if not more!

Its like a fast food hamburger, its seems reasonably priced at say $3, but if you where to weigh it against actually store bought ground beef you would soon see your paying cost to $25 a pound for the Fast food stuff sometimes as high as $45 a lbs.

THIS!!!

I often see items packaged in a "convenient" "pocket sized" version. On calulating the per ounce price, you can be paying up to 10 times the prize by weight/volume in comparison to exactly the same product in a normal size.

The birds this thread is about, is known as a "loss leader".

They sell something popular at or below cost, then while in the shop customers buy other items in the store. These prices are carefully costed. They make the store a profit overall, it just another marketing technique. If it didn't bring in a overall profit, they wouldn't do it.
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2019 05:14 PM)
All the grocery stores where I live sell those.

Just the thought of those puppies sitting under a heat lamp for hours on end is enough of a turn off for me.

http://theMeatrix.com You are what you eat?
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2019 05:14 PM)
All the grocery stores where I live sell those.

Just the thought of those puppies sitting under a heat lamp for hours on end is enough of a turn off for me.

Delicious...
You made me go get one.

Did I mention it was delicious?
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2019 05:12 PM)
87 Million nasty, dirty, cheap, pumped up, gigantic $5 Rotisserie Chickens a year. Get the cancer gurney ready the Costco shoppers are also lining up for chemo and radiation.




They are not from the proper source of energy they are from a different source. The black containers in the spiritual. Crafted food made from demons and other things.
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2019 05:33 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2019 05:14 PM)
All the grocery stores where I live sell those.

Just the thought of those puppies sitting under a heat lamp for hours on end is enough of a turn off for me.

Delicious...
You made me go get one.
.
Did I mention it was delicious?
I will tell you what its from if you ask...
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RE: How Costco Can Sell a $5 Rotisserie Chicken
Buying a Side of Beef

350 lbs hanging weight which yields approximately 55% for a take home weight of 192.50 lbs.

$1,396.50 /192.50 lbs = $7.25 per lb packed weight (take home weight).

I can actually get beef cheaper than that at the grocery store, and actually get the cuts of meat I like.

Ribeyes and Strips I can usually get for $9 per lb.
Chuck and Round I can find as low as $3.99 per pound.
Skirt/Flank/Sirloin I can buy for $5-$6 per pound, sometimes cheaper.
Short Ribs around $4 per pound.

Honestly, I rarely buy ground beef/chuck/round anymore. It is easier to just buy big hunks of chuck and round, and cut them into 1 inch pieces and freeze them. Once they thaw, which is fairly quick, a few pulses in the food processor and I can make Chili, Tacos, Meat Sauce, Burgers etc.
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