Costco offers cheaper alternative to Starbucks' bacon and gouda breakfast sandwich
Costco offers their sandwiches at roughly $12.50 per frozen pack
Costco is offering a cheaper alternative to Starbucks' roughly $5 bacon and gouda breakfast sandwich.
For around $12.50, Costco shoppers can have breakfast covered for eight days in a row with a frozen pack of bacon, gouda, and egg sandwiches on ciabatta rolls.
At that price, it’s roughly $1.60 per sandwich – which is significantly less than the $5 a Starbucks patron would spend on the coffee giant’s breakfast sandwich.
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The independent Instagram account, Costco Hot Finds, which features products from the company, says the sandwiches are best cooked at around 335 degrees for six minutes – while flipping the ciabatta roll for the last two.
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Costco's members can find these breakfast sandwiches in the store’s frozen food aisle or request Item Number 1584153 for the stores that don’t have them.