It looks like the hot dog deal may not be around forever

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Costco’s longtime CFO once said the chain would offer its $1.50 hot dog deal forever.
But in a new interview, he appeared to question its future.
The company has offered this deal since 1985 and its fan favorite.
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AdvertisementIt appears that Costco’s $1.50 hot dog-and-soda combo may not be safe forever after all.
In a new interview with Bloomberg, Costco’s departing CFO Richard Galanti was asked about the fate of this deal in the context of his departure this month after a nearly 40-year tenure.
Galanti — who has fiercely defended its $1.50 price point and confidently stated in a 2022 earnings call that it would stay this way “forever” — appeared to offer a more cautious outlook on its future this week.
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The chain would always continue to sell its $1.50 hot dog deal, according to a former CFO of Costco.

But it seemed as though he was doubting its future in a recent interview.

This is the company’s best-selling offer, which has been available since 1985.

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It looks like the $1.50 hot dog and soda combo from Costco might not be entirely safe.

In light of his departure from Costco this month after almost 40 years of service, departing CFO Richard Galanti was questioned about the future of this deal in a recent interview with Bloomberg.

Galanti appeared to provide a more cautious outlook on its future this week. Galanti has vehemently defended its $1.50 price point and boldly declared in a 2022 earnings call that it would stay this way “forever.”.

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