Costco Wholesale storefront in Citrus Heights, California viewed from the crowded parking lot late afternoon. Costco Wholesale operates an international chain of membership warehouses, carrying brand name merchandise at substantially lower prices.
Costco May Be Coming Out With Yet Another New Food Court Sandwich
By Kuamel Stewart
Shoppers enjoy the assortment of food court selections available at Costco, and the wholesale chain is preparing to add a turkey and Swiss sandwich to the menu.
In a Reddit thread titled "New Costco Food Court Turkey Sandwich?," a Redditor posted a flyer with an image of a turkey and Swiss sandwich mentioned as a new food court item.
The Costco Insider Instagram account also posted an image with a caption noting that the sandwich could arrive at Costco food courts by the end of February 2024.
This new sandwich will have turkey on a roll topped with Swiss cheese, sun-dried tomato spread, greens, and Dijon mustard and will cost $6.99, which has shoppers concerned.
One commenter suggests that Costco may be overvaluing the turkey sandwich. The user called the $6.99 price "A terrible deal for a few cents worth of bread, turkey, and cheese."
Another poster shared that $6.99 may be better spent elsewhere on other food options. The suggestion to make it cheaper seems to have been echoed by most commenters on the thread.