Monday, March 30, 2009

Cash & Carry Chicken


Thanks to our reader Lindsay for reminding me of this Deal!

Through April 4th Cash & Carry has a 40 lb box of frozen Chicken Breasts for $52!! That's only $1.30 per pound! There are 4 -10lb bags per box. Now, that's a Krazy Deal!

Go here to find a location near you!


7 comments:

Johnston's said...

This is an awesome deal. The only thing is that the 40# bags come in 4 10# bags...which were all frozen together. So now i have 4 10# blocks of chicken that are frozen and hard to get apart. Great deal, you just have to 'deal' with the mess!

The Hendricks ID said...

hey the first bag I put in hot water in the sink abd as soon as they were able to break apart I did (actually my husband it grosses me out because I am pregnant) anyway the ones that didn't still seem frozen I put int he crock pot with bbq sauce and then froze those once they were cooked the others that were still frozen better I put in individual bags and that way you don't have as overwelming of a mess. I know I would never use 10lb of frozen chicken it is too overwelming to think that at dinner time you have to thaw out that much chicken. ANyway just an idea.

Tom said...

I've never shopped there before. After reading their web site it says that they cater to businesses! Can anyone shop there?

Heather Wheeler said...

Johnstons- Lindsay recommended letting it thaw just enough to break them apart to freeze separately...
Tom- They are open to the public!

Taresa said...

is their chicken good quality like Costco? I'm kind of a meat snob!

Bambi said...

I shop at Cash n Carry for my pie Business. They have great deals if you want to buy in cases, but if you buy single items it is expensive. I have a price list comparing them to Costco and Winco. But it is only for the pie ingredients. I will post it when I get some time.

AJJ said...

I bought the 40 lb box yesterday and split it with a friend. After taking over an hour just to cut off the TRUCK LOAD OF FAT that was caked to each breast, I cooked some for dinner. The chicken was NOT GOOD QUALITY!! It was so tough I had to cut it into tiny pieces so I could disguise it in the quesadias I made. We're talk'in TOUGH! I think I could have chewed on my leather garden glove and it would have been more tender! I don't mind the extra work of cutting off the fat.....but don't sell me tough meat! Yuck!