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  1. Andrea R.
    Andrea R. says:

    Another fun and informative video. Now I know where to get my turkey breast. Okay- I LOVE the hand soaps. But WHY is it so HARD to get a decent pump that does what it is supposed to do? lol I mean they have FOUR chances. lol Argh!!! My biggest pet peeve is hand soap pumps that don't pop up properly. 😂

  2. Susie
    Susie says:

    I wish they had the turkey precooked sold alone. Looks so good! But I love to cook the sides on my one.
    The flower centerpiece is so cute in the little pumpkin.

  3. Rosalind HB
    Rosalind HB says:

    Wow, the mash and sweet potatoes went up. They use to be $8.99 I'm pretty sure. Mac and cheese too.
    The maple syrup is high because its bourbon barrel aged..its actually a pretty good deal for 3 of them.

  4. Denise Hood
    Denise Hood says:

    I miss going to Costco!! Always great thing's there!! Boy, you can spend a bundle there!!! 😂. Yummy!! Loved going during the holidays!! Thanks for showing. You're delightful!! Happy Thanksgiving to you and family!!! 🦃🦃🦃

  5. Vicki E Madrid
    Vicki E Madrid says:

    Gina for years Costco had a large turkey roll. It was turkey breast wrapped around stuffing with some cranberry inside. They were cooked so they only needed to be warmed up. I haven't been able to find them this year. Have you seen them in your travels? I searched the Costco website and did not see them. It was such an easy way to have a thanksgiving dinner.

  6. Kaitlyn Robinson
    Kaitlyn Robinson says:

    Why buy the butterball turkey breast when they have whole turkeys for only ¼ of the breast price??? Buy the whole thing, cut it up, and cook/freeze what you want.
    Stretch that dollar where you can.

  7. Sally Yim
    Sally Yim says:

    Our family is small and not really traditional, so I'm going to get a rotisserie chicken from Costco instead of turkey. It's cheaper, easier, and just as tasty with the cranberry sauce…etc.


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