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The ridiculous price of raw chicken wings!

miss_belle Jan 31, 2014 07:52 PM

$3.50 a pound. I just won't pay that. Sorry. Same thing at Christmas & New Years. Screw em.

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    sedimental Jan 31, 2014 07:57 PM

    How much are they usually?

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    1. re: sedimental
      miss_belle Jan 31, 2014 08:06 PM

      I really don't know. It 's been a few years since I bought them and I know they were a whole lot cheaper then. Like half the price.

      1. re: miss_belle
        miss_belle Jan 31, 2014 08:23 PM

        But this is my problem I know:-)

    2. pinehurst Jan 31, 2014 08:02 PM

      That is high. I just paid 1.88/lb for a five pound bag. It's jacked up Superbowl prices maybe.

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      1. re: pinehurst
        Kontxesi Feb 1, 2014 08:41 AM

        That's what I thought before I even opened the thread. I'm sure it's mostly about the Superbowl.

      2. westsidegal Jan 31, 2014 11:21 PM

        i've heard that the frozen wings that get shipped in from china are cheaper.
        of course, there are drawbacks with chinese-produced food.. .

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        1. re: westsidegal
          John E. Feb 1, 2014 11:06 AM

          The only chicken legally imported from China is cooked processed chicken that was grown in the U.S. and Canada. We are actually exporting frozen chicken to China, they make chicken fingers and nuggets and export it back to us. There are no frozen bags of raw, Chinese chicken wings in your grocer's freezer.

        2. k
          kseiverd Feb 1, 2014 06:22 AM

          That price is closing in on what you'll pay for breast meat!?! I like Perdue "wingettes" (bigger than regular wings) & will buy them when at a god price.

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          1. re: kseiverd
            bagelman01 Feb 1, 2014 07:05 PM

            Actually that price is much higher than what our supermarket charges for boneless breasts.

            I was in the IGA on Thursday and fresh wings were $2.99 lb and boneless breast was $1.59 lb. Leg quarters were 79 cents lb. They were virtually giving away the white and dark meat because they had to process that many chickens to get the number of wings they needed for this weekend. The meat manager told me they couldn't just order fresh wings, they had to buy the whole chicken by the case and cut it in house (this week).

            We stocked up on the breasts for the dogs. It's all in the garage freezer and will be cooked on the dogs' grill outside during the next few months/

            Before someone questions 'dogs' grill': The dogs don't have to have kosher food, but we only use kosher poultry/meat in the human kitchen and on the human grill.

            1. re: bagelman01
              fldhkybnva Feb 2, 2014 06:24 AM

              I think my store had the same issue, I just bought bone in breasts on sale.

          2. JMF Feb 1, 2014 08:54 AM

            I saw $3.99 lb yesterday. I won't pay over $1.49 lb.

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              mwhitmore Feb 1, 2014 09:06 AM

              I hear/tell that McDonalds bought up a large fraction of the wings market for their Mighty Wings---and now they can't sell them! But that did drive up the prices for the wings remaining on the market. I agree that the whole purpose of chicken wings is destroyed when they are expensive.

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              1. re: mwhitmore
                Veggo Feb 1, 2014 09:11 AM

                Americans will eat 1.2 billion of them tomorrow on Superbowl Sunday.
                I am disappointed by the surge in winged-themed sports bars, getting by on a wing and a prayer while charging 10 bucks an order. Won't survive.

                1. re: Veggo
                  mwhitmore Feb 2, 2014 09:46 AM

                  Wow! Four wings for every man, woman, child, non-fan and vegetarian in the nation?

                  1. re: mwhitmore
                    Veggo Feb 2, 2014 09:59 AM

                    Yup, 3.7 Astounding, isn't it? Pizza is up there, too.
                    I plan to down about 10 wings. I have great blue cheese dressing for them.

              2. jnk Feb 1, 2014 11:16 AM

                I was in college in Buffalo during the mid-70's. Bars were essentially giving them away back then. Small orders which were more than enough for 2 people used to be $3 and large orders which were enough for 4 people were $5. We rarely had enough money to spend on both a $1 draft and a large order. Ahhhh the great old days.

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                  Tom34 Feb 2, 2014 06:09 AM

                  I remember about .25 cents a pound in the 70's - early 80's.

                  Mom used to season them up and bake them crispy in the oven.

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                    JMF Feb 2, 2014 09:41 AM

                    Yes, I remember .29 a lb. in the early 80's.

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                      Tom34 Feb 2, 2014 11:18 AM

                      I think at the time boneless skinless chicken breast was about .99 cents lb & it was not pumped with 10% - 15% water like it is today.

                2. fldhkybnva Feb 1, 2014 12:51 PM

                  Wings are now the most expensive part of the chicken in many areas. Here's a similar thread discussing this topic you might find interesting http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/9603...

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                    zackly Feb 1, 2014 01:11 PM

                    Yesterday I bought a small package of fresh Purdue Wingettes for $2.09# @ Shoprite a chain in CT. These were just the 1st & 2nd joints with no wing tips to trim. They were about perfect size wise & nicely trimmed. They also had regular wings for $1.88. This supermarket is using Purdue as a loss leader promoting all their products @ 40% off. I'd advise looking around.

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                    1. re: zackly
                      MGZ Feb 1, 2014 01:55 PM

                      Wings without tips? Presplit at the joints? I'd rather pay the four bucks a pound than be subjected to such culinary blasphemy!

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                        Karl S Feb 1, 2014 02:46 PM

                        Agreed. But with Purdue, they might be *raised* without tips...like their drumsticks without the tendon...

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                          zackly Feb 1, 2014 06:23 PM

                          What do you do with the wing tips? Eat them? Stock? I rather just pay for the wing & drumettes if I'm making Buffalo wings?

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                            MGZ Feb 2, 2014 05:46 AM

                            I love gnawing on the the wing tips. No matter how I cook 'em. I usually burn my fingers ripping 'em off a whole chicken the minute I remove it from the oven. Crispy, crunchy, fatty goodness. Right up there with the liver and the Pope's nose as the best tastes on the bird.

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                              fldhkybnva Feb 2, 2014 06:25 AM

                              My family loves the wing tips. I remember many summer afternoons watching my grandmother gnaw on the fried wing tips. As a kid, I always passed my wing tips and stray bones to the highest bidder.

                        2. re: zackly
                          Njchicaa Feb 2, 2014 04:57 AM

                          I like buying the wingettes when they are on sale. Much easier than cutting the wings apart myself and dulling my knife.

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                            MGZ Feb 2, 2014 05:51 AM

                            Why cut 'em apart at all? I always saw that as kind of a bar trick to charge for a dozen wings while only serving six cut in half. Give me whole wings or give me death (sauce, Blair's . . . . Come to think of it, I'll take both.)

                            1. re: MGZ
                              fldhkybnva Feb 2, 2014 06:26 AM

                              The chance to eat non-amputated wing tips is one of the many reasons I love wings from the Chinese takeout restaurant.

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                                MamasCooking Feb 2, 2014 10:28 PM

                                LOL non-amputated:)

                        3. Karl S Feb 1, 2014 01:32 PM

                          It's not like they're gonna hatch enough chickens to give you their wings on these three holidays. Your problem is not with the markets or producers, but with the fact that too many people want wings in demand spikes.

                          Buy your wings another time of year - and freeze them.

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                          1. re: Karl S
                            coll Feb 1, 2014 01:44 PM

                            Supply and demand, that's how it goes. So eat them another time of the year! They'll still taste just as good.

                            1. re: Karl S
                              Tom34 Feb 2, 2014 06:12 AM

                              They actually pack very nicely in a gallon size vacuum seal bag which keeps them for up to a year.

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                              smtucker Feb 1, 2014 03:27 PM

                              I used to use wings for making chicken stock until the price of wings, regardless of the time of year, passed thighs. The buffalo wing craze was just starting, and the prices went for almost nothing to high almost overnight.

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                              1. re: smtucker
                                fldhkybnva Feb 1, 2014 03:53 PM

                                Just wondering, how much did they used to be? I bought a family pack at Wegmans last week just for stock and they were $2.29/lb.

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                                  smtucker Feb 1, 2014 05:07 PM

                                  In the $.59-$.69 a pound range. This was at Mayflower in East Cambridge. Now they hang around the $.2.29/lb range, going up during baseball playoffs and the super bowl.

                                  I stopped using chicken wings for stock around 6 years ago, so that is when the price got too high for this use.

                                  1. re: smtucker
                                    fldhkybnva Feb 1, 2014 05:32 PM

                                    I actually prefer turkey stock so these days I use turkey wings which are somewhat cheaper, but will use chicken wings if I happen to go to the Asian market where the parts are much cheaper. $.59...that's a steal :)

                                2. re: smtucker
                                  cheesepleese Feb 11, 2014 09:14 AM

                                  I'm going to age myself. I would buy wings and backs for soup for 10 cents a pound ! This was before a chicken wing dish was a gleam in someones' eye. BTW didn't typewriters Have a "cents" symbol?

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                                    coll Feb 11, 2014 09:18 AM

                                    ..unlike computer keyboards. Guess a cents symbol is sort of obselete.

                                    1. re: cheesepleese
                                      John E. Feb 11, 2014 12:32 PM

                                      If you are on a Windows OS computer...
                                      Press and hold the ALT key and type the number 0162 to make a cent symbol.

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                                        coll Feb 11, 2014 01:28 PM

                                        I will try this next time I have a cents issue and let you know how I do ;-)

                                        1. re: John E.
                                          ohmyyum Feb 15, 2014 06:49 AM

                                          Do you know a similar shortcut for the degree symbol? Lol

                                          To stay on topic, I don't understand the fascination with chicken wings. All gristle and fat and bone!

                                          1. re: ohmyyum
                                            Tom34 Feb 15, 2014 07:20 AM

                                            The high skin to meat ratio is a given and highly desirable in terms of crisping up, retaining moisture w/in the meat, adding flavor and holding sauce. Haven't encountered bad gristle though.

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                                              ohmyyum Feb 15, 2014 07:57 PM

                                              To be fair, I don't like drumsticks or thighs either. Pretty much the only chicken part I'll eat are boneless skinless chicken breasts, which I understand is very un-chowish of me, but I'm ok with that. I like the dense, dry texture and mouthfeel of chicken breast, and I like how they are kind of a blank palette!

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                                                Tom34 Feb 16, 2014 08:00 AM

                                                I eat the breasts but have to add a lot to it. Last night I made Panini sandwiches: Telera rolls, pesto sauce, grilled chicken breast, roasted poblano peppers, proscuitto & provolone cheese.

                                                With wings, a little Buffalo sauce and a pitcher of beer and I am good to go.

                                            2. re: ohmyyum
                                              John E. Feb 15, 2014 03:28 PM

                                              I love chicken wings, Buffalo, Asian, or just plain.

                                              The ° symbol is done holding down the Alt key (Windows) and then 0176.

                                              1. re: John E.
                                                ohmyyum Feb 15, 2014 07:53 PM

                                                Yes! Thanks you're the best!

                                            3. re: John E.
                                              JMF Feb 28, 2014 12:35 PM

                                              And you have to use the numeric keys, not the ones on the top of the keyboard.

                                        2. Chemicalkinetics Feb 1, 2014 05:43 PM

                                          Chicken wings are not cheap, but I think this is on the higher side. I think I saw them for $1.6-1.9 per pound Maybe you were looking at some special chicken wings like organic or something.

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                                          1. re: Chemicalkinetics
                                            Veggo Feb 1, 2014 05:53 PM

                                            Nah, just hypercritical Bernoulli wings with a crispy backdraft attenuator, and blue cheese dressing.

                                            1. re: Chemicalkinetics
                                              fldhkybnva Feb 1, 2014 05:56 PM

                                              Standard chicken wings

                                              1. re: Chemicalkinetics
                                                Chemicalkinetics Feb 16, 2014 07:13 PM

                                                Just want to say that I double check the chicken wing price again in the an Asian supermarket. It is definitely more than drumstick. It is $1.98 or $1.89 per pound.

                                              2. mtlcowgirl Feb 1, 2014 06:08 PM

                                                I can remember when they used to literally give them away (for soup), back when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Then some genius in Buffalo made a fortune on them and the rest is history.

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                                                1. re: mtlcowgirl
                                                  Veggo Feb 1, 2014 06:18 PM

                                                  I have postulated here that the next person to benefit from this trend will genetically engineer a 4-winged chicken, sort of like a small bi-plane with feathers.

                                                  1. re: Veggo
                                                    James Cristinian Feb 1, 2014 08:45 PM

                                                    Damn you, beat me to it, but you've inspired me to work on a six-winged chicken, The wifeacita and I were just talking wings mere seconds ago following a Wing Stop commercial showing smallish wings which she prefers. She bought some enormo wings last week that came from one of the ginormous chickens that have the d cup breasts. We agree smaller is better when it comes to chickens, better flavor.

                                                    1. re: Veggo
                                                      Clams047 Feb 2, 2014 02:40 AM

                                                      Better yet, develop a chicken where you can simply snap off the wings and have them regenerate them as with stone crabs.

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                                                        Tom34 Feb 2, 2014 06:15 AM

                                                        1st chuckle of the morning :-)

                                                    2. re: mtlcowgirl
                                                      MamasCooking Feb 1, 2014 11:49 PM

                                                      And I can remember no one ever called dibs on the wings at the dinner table when mom made fried chicken!

                                                    3. boogiebaby Feb 1, 2014 08:55 PM

                                                      I just bought fresh wings and drumettes (mixed packs) for $1.99/lb at Sprouts today. Picked up 3 packs, about 6.5 lbs total.

                                                      1. MamasCooking Feb 1, 2014 11:48 PM

                                                        Average of $ 4.99 a pound here in N California. Grass fed sirloin is $6.99 per pound and organic chicken thighs are $2.19 per pound:( Go figure!

                                                        1. ennuisans Feb 2, 2014 12:01 AM

                                                          I can't find a significant source for this right now but I've read that the high demand for wings has meant a surplus of dark meat, since legs and thighs aren't nearly as popular in the US.


                                                          Breast meat sells ok, but still it's 3 chickens that die for every dozen (separated) wings. If parts of those chickens don't sell otherwise, or don't sell for enough, they have to make up the cost somewhere.

                                                          But $3.50 is pretty high. I think the "Smart Chicken" might be $2.99 or so--higher these days than the legs and thighs.

                                                          1. c
                                                            Clams047 Feb 2, 2014 04:40 AM

                                                            Fresh, split, tipped wings have been advertised at $2.99/lb here at one grocer chain in RI over the past week.

                                                            1. c
                                                              Clams047 Feb 2, 2014 04:45 AM

                                                              "Wholesale chicken wing prices (Northeast - truckload) reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service averaged 50 cents per pound in the late 1990s. Prices increased to a record high of 205.62 cents per pound (chicken is traded in cents, not dollars) for January 2013. Interestingly, the once hard-to-sell wings were the highest priced wholesale chicken cut in January 2013. Wholesale skinless, boneless chicken breast prices were much lower at 136.51 cents per pound. It is no wonder that boneless wings (made from breast meat) recently have become popular with retailers and consumers."


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                                                                Tom34 Feb 2, 2014 06:27 AM

                                                                The cost of a lot of food items are up, have been up and will likely stay up. High quality 2% or less water added chicken is up & a wholesale butcher friend told me last night that high quality hamburger (non imported / non cow) is up 30%.
                                                                Overall, boxed beef is up about 15% - 20% over last Jan.

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                                                                JoeBabbitt Feb 2, 2014 07:05 AM

                                                                Restaurant Depot had 'Miscut' wings for $.99/lb this month. SInce they were in a 40# box I couldn't really see what miscut meant.

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                                                                1. re: JoeBabbitt
                                                                  coll Feb 2, 2014 07:19 AM

                                                                  "Not perfect"?

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                                                                    Tom34 Feb 2, 2014 11:25 AM

                                                                    Last time I bought the Miscut's from R.D. they were sold in either 5 or 10 lb bags, forget which. At the joints there were often bone fragments & I guess what were small pieces of cartilage.

                                                                  2. jnk Feb 2, 2014 09:59 AM

                                                                    2.19/lb. today (S.B. Sunday!) at Costco (Union N.J.).

                                                                    1. Atomic76 Feb 2, 2014 10:23 AM

                                                                      It seems like the price of chicken has gone up overall. I was just looking at some whole chickens at a local discount grocery store, Save-A-Lot, and they wanted around $10 for a whole chicken. That's nuts considering I can get a cooked rotisserie chicken for $5 at Costco.

                                                                      If they are truly selling the other parts (breasts and thighs) at a discount, I can somewhat see the justification for having to raise the costs of wings, give people an incentive to buy the other parts as well so they don't get stuck with them and they go bad.

                                                                      But I've not really noticed the prices on breasts and thighs dropping in my area, just the cost of drummettes and wing tips going up.

                                                                      We used to be able to get buffalo wings for like 15-25 cents a piece.

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                                                                      1. re: Atomic76
                                                                        bagelman01 Feb 2, 2014 01:10 PM

                                                                        Mrs. B and I had lunch today with friends. The husband is a saleman for a large independent food wholesaler here in Connecticut. He was discussing the high price/demand for wings and the surplus of parts.

                                                                        Their major supplier of frozen wings has been stuck with hundreds of thousands of pounds of split breasts (on the bone) in their storage freezers. They now are offering the wholesaler a free case of breast with every case of wings, just pay a $2 handling charge per case.

                                                                        The wholesaler offered them to their end users (mostly restaurants) for $5 case with regular weekly deliveries $100 total minimum order. In the past 2 weeks, less than 20 cases were purchased. The operators don't want to put the labor into defrosting and boning the chicken, and tell the salesman that chicken breast on the boine doesn't sell.
                                                                        My friend told me that he either has to find an institutional user (school, hospital, summer camp, caterer) within 3 weeks or he will donate 1000 cases to the CT Food Bank.

                                                                        I think the resaurant operators are being short sighted. At $5 case (48 breasts) I'd be using this for stock, soup, fajitas, taco, chicken salad, bbq chicken sandwiches, etc.

                                                                        1. re: bagelman01
                                                                          Veggo Feb 2, 2014 01:17 PM

                                                                          Interesting how chicken parts fall in and out of favor.

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                                                                            Tom34 Feb 3, 2014 03:06 AM

                                                                            So easy to de-bone too.....as you say, so many uses.

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                                                                          miss_belle Feb 2, 2014 04:16 PM

                                                                          Thanks for all the replies. I got to let off a little steam and learned a lot about raw chicken wings in the meantime:-)

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                                                                            emu48 Feb 10, 2014 07:24 AM

                                                                            Supply and demand: When nobody wanted chicken wings, they were cheap, maybe even free. Now everybody wants them, so they cost a lot more. Has nothing to do with the inherent quality of the food ... breast meat costs more because it's what most Americans prefer, mainly out of concern about getting fat. Thigh meat is much tastier, but it costs less, because it is less lean and therefore less popular. Plus which, overcooking breast meat makes it dry and awful. Overcooking thigh meat doesn't seem to hurt it at all.

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                                                                              Veggo Feb 10, 2014 07:49 AM

                                                                              For all the curious vagaries of chicken part prices, a nice constant seems to be cheap chicken livers! Yum!

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                                                                                Tom34 Feb 10, 2014 06:19 PM

                                                                                Good for you with the livers. My parents ate just about every type of liver known to man including chicken liver and my mom knew how to cook it. I have tried it countless times but just can't like it. I think its one of those love it or hate it things. I may try it again when my hair tuns gray :-)

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                                                                                  Veggo Feb 10, 2014 06:25 PM

                                                                                  I have the gray, but I still don't care for calves liver. I had my first bowl of menudo last month and threw it up in the middle of the meal.
                                                                                  But I love love love those chicken livers! Sweetbreads, also.

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                                                                                    Tom34 Feb 10, 2014 06:31 PM

                                                                                    The calves liver hits home....bacon & onion in a cast iron pan....what the hell wouldn't taste good cooked with all that.....IMHO.....calves liver :-)

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                                                                                      Veggo Feb 10, 2014 06:48 PM

                                                                                      The historical Locke-Ober in Boston recently closed after 130 years or so. One of their signature lunch dishes was calves liver and my BIL would order it every time.

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                                                                                        Tom34 Feb 10, 2014 07:23 PM

                                                                                        Yeah, seems its a love it or hate it food. IMHO, too many other parts of a steer that taste a whole lot better.

                                                                                        Spent 2 hours with snowblower moving piled snow this morning to make cleanup from anticipated storm mid week easier. Must be able to get to grilling area at all costs :-)

                                                                            2. peasepudding Feb 10, 2014 07:55 AM

                                                                              Go to any Chinese supermarket [Seasons, Ample]. They're always $2.29-$2.49, but often on special too. Last week I got them for $1.29 at Ample. Filled my entire smoker for under $20...you can't beat that!

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                                                                                rasputina Feb 10, 2014 07:56 AM

                                                                                I was just complaining about the 3 dollars a pound they are at Costco. And no, that's the regular price, not jacked up for Super Bowl. Same brand of fresh chicken at Costco I can get thighs for 1.09, the price of wings is ridiculous considering it's maybe 10% meat.

                                                                                1. bagelman01 Feb 10, 2014 08:16 AM

                                                                                  I was in the local IGA supermarket on stupidbowl Sunday. Raw chicken wings were $2.99lb
                                                                                  I was in again on Monday, football season was now over and they were "$1.59 SALE"

                                                                                  I only pais attention because of this thread, I don't buy supermarket chicken or parts, except for the dogs and they can't have wings.

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                                                                                  1. re: bagelman01
                                                                                    charlesbois Feb 10, 2014 07:32 PM

                                                                                    We'll I'm glad somebody bumped this thread because I was wondering if they'd go on sale the next day. I do very occasionally buy chicken wings from the supermarket, but probably wouldn't pay much over $2 per lb.

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                                                                                      Tom34 Feb 11, 2014 07:03 AM

                                                                                      Now is the time to stock up on boneless skinless breasts. Market flooded with them at the moment with steep discounts.

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                                                                                        coll Feb 11, 2014 08:09 AM

                                                                                        Right now the cheapest I see is $1.89. When they go below $1 I will consider it. And they have, a couple of times in the last year.

                                                                                        1. re: Tom34
                                                                                          acgold7 Feb 11, 2014 11:20 AM

                                                                                          I dunno. Cheap bland tasteless crappy food doesn't really make it taste any better.

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                                                                                            Tom34 Feb 11, 2014 12:03 PM

                                                                                            Makes good sandwiches though when grilled & combined with things like fresh herbs, roasted long hots, prosciutto & provolone cheese on a nice crusty toasted roll.

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                                                                                              coll Feb 11, 2014 01:29 PM

                                                                                              That's what I do too, marinade and grill, and make sandwiches or Caesar type salads.

                                                                                              1. re: coll
                                                                                                Tom34 Feb 11, 2014 04:52 PM

                                                                                                With the price drop my wife just brought home 2 large packs. Froze one and grilled one 3/4's done today & cooked off a 1/2 a whole eye roast rare in the oven to get us through this latest round of weather. Have relatives still without power. Ready for spring.

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                                                                                                acgold7 Feb 11, 2014 08:29 PM

                                                                                                Well, yeah, when you put all that great stuff on it, you don't even need the chicken... ;-)

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                                                                                        miss_belle Feb 14, 2014 08:03 PM

                                                                                        A follow up from the store tonight. Separated 1st and 2nd joints(skimpy). $3.49 per pound. The other ones($3.50)were whole wings. So much for that.

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                                                                                        1. re: miss_belle
                                                                                          Tom34 Feb 15, 2014 06:35 AM

                                                                                          Boneless skinless breasts $1.68 lb at ShopRite. Not a peep about wings.

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                                                                                          Clams047 Feb 28, 2014 03:33 AM

                                                                                          Now that the holidays & Super Bowl have passed, I just saw an ad for Perdue chicken wings down to $1.79/lb. On the other hand, I picked up some boneless, skinless Perdue chicken breast at $1.69/lb - a fraction of the cost of wings in terms of meat content.

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                                                                                            charlesbois Mar 1, 2014 12:20 PM

                                                                                            At Meijer (regional chain with usually low prices) saw them for $1.74 per pound. They were the 12% broth injected kind though.

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