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Kirkland Signature USDA Prime Beef Boneless Ribeye Steak

Prime Ribeye Boneless Steak at Costco - Kirkland Signature
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Kirkland Signature USDA Prime Beef Boneless Ribeye Steak at Costco is a fan favorite item. You’ll often find these premium steaks featured on the end caps, especially around holidays or long weekends. They have great marbling and make a nice dinner choice for a special occasion. We toss them on the barbecue grill with a few grinds of salt, that’s all they need!

Tip: You can also buy USDA Choice Beef Ribeye Boneless Steaks at Costco, which are a little cheaper.

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Product Features

  • Blade tenderized.
  • Cook to 145 degrees.
  • 3 – 3.5 lbs per package.
  • Boneless
  • USDA Prime

Costco Prime Ribeye Steak Price & Item Number

Kirkland Signature USDA Prime Beef Ribeye Steak Boneless is Costco Item Number 12234 and costs 28.99/lb. or $36.26 per pound on Same Day Costco.

Each package of the Prime Ribeye steak at Costco is about 3 – 3.5 pounds, plan to spend around $80-$100 on the package, or about $110+ if you order it delivered from Same Day Costco.

Costco Ribeye Steak - USDA Prime - Boneless
Costco Ribeye Steak – USDA Prime – Boneless

Where to Find Prime Ribeye Steak at Costco In-Store

Find the Kirkland Prime Boneless Ribeye Steaks in the open refrigerated meat cases in the Meat & Seafood department. Note that the beef at Costco is general separated into two sections, with separate cases for Prime and Choice.

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Your Review of the Costco Ribeye Steak?

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