Well, now you know.
We don't mean to speak ill of our favorite rotisserie chicken, but there's an even better deal awaiting you in Costco town. For sure, when you break down the chicken cost per serving (accompanied by mashed potatoes and broccoli for dinner, sliced in a sandwich the next day, combined with mayo and transformed into chicken salad for another meal...), it's pretty low. But it doesn't get much better than sub-30 cents an ounce, does it?
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What, pray tell, could this wallet-friendly offering be? Kirkland Signature Extra Virgin Olive Oil. It may be a mouthful, but this two-liter find is one of the best deals in the entire warehouse club, and also boasts an impressive taste, thanks to its first cold-pressed olives. Retailing for $18.99 and made from Italian-grown olives, a generous two-tablespoon portion (the equivalent of one ounce) clocks in at 28 cents. That's a lot of happy salads, y'all.