If you were to buy a lambaste burger at a grocery store, you might expect to pay a hefty premium for it, even if you didn’t expect the burger to be made of lamb.
However, this is not the case at Costco, which has revealed that it will be charging $2.99 for lambaste burgers, or roughly $2 per pound.
That’s right, if you buy a $1.49 lambaste Burger King burger, Costco will charge $2 for it.
This may sound like a good deal, but Costco says it’s a good thing.
“Costco’s new price for lambasting is a significant savings for consumers who are looking for a cheaper, healthier, and fresher option to eat at the grocery store,” the company said in a statement.
Costco has recently been making moves to help its customers save money.
The company recently began offering free delivery for its groceries, and in April, the company started selling the cheapest meat and poultry on the market.
It’s been making changes to its menu to improve its bottom line, too.
In April, Costco began offering discounted groceries at its locations in Las Vegas and Chicago.
For $1, shoppers can now get $1 off their grocery bill by buying an item from Costco or other retailers.
Costco is also offering free shipping for Costco members.
“With Costco’s low prices, our customers have found ways to save money on everything from groceries to clothing, and we’re excited to share the savings with you,” Costco said.