Costco customers may be worried about the sustainability of their $1.50 hot dog and Coke deal given the rising pricing.
This year, inflation has soared to its highest level in forty years.
The average household ended up spending $445 more each month in September due to rising costs.
Over the summer, the cost of the store's chicken bake increased from $2.99 to $3.99, while the cost of a soda increased from $0.59 to $0.69.
It makes sense that Costco customers should be apprehensive about the sustainability of their $1.50 hot dog and Coke offer given these price increases.
However, there is some excellent news for those who are concerned. The cost of the combo contract may not only not increase in 2023 but also never.
According to Costco CFO Galanti, "those things let us be more aggressive in other areas, or as you stated, hold the price on the hot dog and the Coke... forever."