What You Don't Know About Costco's $1 Hot Dogs

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Chances are that if you've ever set foot inside a Costco you've had the famous $1.50 hot dog and soda combo. We've all been stuffing our faces with this insanely affordable, All-American meal deal for decades, but you probably do so without much consideration. Here are a few little-known facts about the simple and iconic food court staple…

It started with a cart | 0:22
The price has never changed | 1:02
A better deal than ever | 1:33
They leveled up the dogs | 2:05
Surprisingly healthy | 2:31
They're a loss leader | 3:04

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