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Costco or TJ's for Tenderloin

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Any opinions on which is better? Costco is selling Tenderloin steaks for aroung $10.50 per lb and TJ's has Tenderloin Steaks for $9.99 and $14.99 for Angus.

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  1. I saw them at Costco for under 10 pp. They're the same so, I'd go where it's closest for you.

    1. Not one of your suggested options, but if nearby I recommend McKinnon's in Davis Square. Price is about $7pp. They will also prepare roasts, etc. on request.

        1. I have no experience specific to tenderloin, but on the whole, I think that Costco's meats are superior to TJ's.

          GG
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          1. Depending on how much you're going to buy you might be better off buying the Costco whole tenderloin cryovac pack and cutting your own.

            1. I agree with GG that Costco meats are better overall. One exception: TJ's tri-tip steaks are one of the most flavorful cuts we've ever had, and highly recommended.

              That said, if you find prime cuts at Costco they are also outstanding in general.