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Costco’s Inflation-Resistant Hot Dog, by the Numbers

How the big-box giant has kept a price constant since the 1980s

$1.50 — That’s the cost of a hot dog and a soda at Costco’s food courts — a price that hasn’t changed since the 1980s
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$1.50: That’s the cost of a hot dog and a soda at Costco’s food courts — a price that hasn’t changed since the 1980s.

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