What do you guys pay for chicken per pound?

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  1. >DRIVEN<

    >DRIVEN< Hi

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    Finally found a butcher that sells boneless, skinless for $1.09/lb. It's about a 40 minute drive but I think I'll take the cooler and stock up on it. Way better deal that I find at most of the stores around here and the chicken from this place is pretty damn good.
     
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    That is a good deal..

    I pay $1.99 when it's on sale
     
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    2.79 @ costco. Only a 10 minute drive and it's sealed in individual packages so it's worth the convenience.
     
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    I pay $2.22/lb for individually flash frozen boneless/skinless breasts. Local butcher has boneless/skinless for $1.49/lb, but I have to seperate and freeze myself. I usually just pay for the convenience.
     
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    >DRIVEN< Hi

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    Ah good point guys. These are sold in 10 lb bags so then I have to buy freezer bags and separate myself. Didn't think about that.
     
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    $1.09/lb? Where do you live? I usually wind up paying $2.29/lb+ and I thought that was my convenience. I only get it at $1.99 when its on sale like KNUCKS.
     
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    When it's $1.99 I usually buy like 20+ lbs worth. Wish they were individually sealed, though.
     
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    10lb bag for like $22 at costco
     
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    They're small breasts thought. I like mines FAT.
     
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    1kg = 6 euro
    2.2lb = 9$ usd
     
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    the ones that i get from costco are pretty damn fat
     
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    Where in MI
     
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    That says split chicken breast on there website :dunno:.

    I pay 1.70 for boneless chicken breast, and 1.80 for 97% lean hamburger meat. So right now screw chicken :hs:
     
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    >DRIVEN< Hi

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    Coldwater :rofl::wtc:
     
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    what's the difference? :o

    I thought a chicken breast was a chicken breast? :o They are pretty decent sized.
     
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    Ones boneless no skin, the other usually has bone and skin
     
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    >DRIVEN< Hi

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    Ah, alright. Maybe these are different then and probably are. I might drive down and check it out.
     
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    ~2.00/lb is the best I ever find boneless skinless for. When it's that low I buy up 20 lbs and freeze it.
     
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    ha that's funny. There's a girl from there that I'm going to bang soon.
     
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    4.59 /lb boneless skinless organic free range
     
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    thanks for the update :ugh2:
     
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    I dont need a scale for the work, I can eyeball purp.
     
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    just funny that they're from the same area bro
     
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