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A breakfast staple! You can get sausage links for $1.79 per lb with the code SAUSAGE829.

The sausage is sold in a 20 lb case. There will be (2) 10 lb packages inside your box. This makes it easy to split with a friend!

The deal ends 8/29 a 11:59 pm PST.

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    • Riggers

      Is a $1.84 good in Florida? I just got through picking up a whole bunch of boneless skinless chicken bogo @ $1.99 a lb at my local grocer… Of course that was a good price but $1.99 is normal here and $1.84 isn’t much cheaper..

      • Amanda Carnes

        The cheapest I have found is $1.99/lb (and I live in northeast FL), but that sale price doesn’t come around often. Plus this chicken tastes SO much better!

        • Riggers

          Ah, it must be a regional price difference. With the BOGO it made it right at a dollar a lb and I was fairly happy w/ that. I usually can get thighs and drums for around 49c a lb. I bought 200 lbs of hamburger meat the other day because it was BOGO @ $2.49 a lb. Making them almost $1.25 a lb. I thought that was a great price for beef.

    • Tonya

      Has anyone done this? How’s the quality? I’ve heard mixed reviews.

      • Amanda Carnes

        I bought this chicken for this first time last year, and absolutely loved it! I had my hubby cut up the meat and we froze it. We split our box with a friend, and for my family of 3, it lasted us about 5 months.

      • Sherry G

        I have gotten this chicken before and it tastes really good. I will do it again in October when they come to my area.

    • Tonya

      Has anyone done this? How’s the quality? I’ve heard mixed reviews.

    • Lindsey

      I am a Sam’s Club member in Florida and their club brand boneless skinless chicken breasts are typically either $1.89 or $1.99 per lb. Package sizes are between 5 and 10 lbs. I will probably stick with that for now since we are in a townhouse with no separate freezer. The package size and location of the store are more convenient for almost the same price. Maybe we will try it when we move to a bigger house and can have a chest freezer.

    • Amy

      FYI – if you have a 1.99/lb and you’re happy with the quality, it’s actually a better deal. The Zaycon breasts come completely untrimmed, so you lose a few pounds at the very least when prepping to freeze. If I remember correctly, I had 5 pounds of trimmings from 40lbs of chicken, so that changes the price some to closer to $2.10/lb. The quality has been fine – but since the breasts are bigger they are not as tender. We are working through ours and are not unhappy, but I’m not 100% sure I would buy again.