Now you can order hot dogs at Costco for only $2.75 apiece at your local Costco store.
Costco will no longer be the only grocery store offering these hot dogs, but the company says it is offering them for $2 for every hot dog it sells.
Costas new pricing scheme comes after a decade of losing sales at Costco, where the company lost nearly 10 million units last year.
But the company has seen continued growth in recent months as it expands its offerings and now has more than 30 locations across Canada.
The Costco Hot Dog Prices page will be available in all of the stores in Canada from Monday.
The move comes as Costco continues to push back against pressure from consumer groups to change its pricing practices.
Last year, the company began charging shoppers a higher price for its products, including the priciest hot dogs and a burger.
The company has also announced a plan to raise prices on many of its foods, including some items like chicken wings and sushi.
“Costco continues to be a leader in offering our customers a range of delicious, delicious hot dogs in a variety of sizes,” Costco spokesperson Kristin McLean wrote in an email to The Globe and Mail.
“We are committed to providing a full range of hot dog options to our customers and are excited to continue to offer the most affordable and convenient options for our members.”
In the meantime, you can get a few more hot dogs from Costco’s website.