Item number 34230. That is what the sign said at Costco. Prepared prime rib, on the other hand, can cost upwards of $25 to $35 per pound. Prime rib will either have the bone-in, which is often referred to as a bone-in rib roast or standing rib roast, or it won’t have the bone, a cut that’s either referred to as a boneless rib roast or ribeye roast. A bone-in roast can have anywhere from three to seven ribs, and each rib, on average, can generate enough meat for two larger slices. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Christmas time, according to this Huffington Post article, is the greatest time to buy. Learn how your comment data is processed. Costco charges you a lot to do it themselves, $11 per pound in the case of the prime tenderloin. roast, raw and vacuum sealed.
share. Yes you are paying for bones but unless you pay way more to get the peeled tenderloin, you still are paying for some parts you aren’t going to eat. At Costco, according to the Costco Insider, the cost of prime rib with the bone in retails for $14.99 per pound, while the seasoned USDA Choice prime rib retails for closer to $10.69 per pound. if you got a prime beef rib roast, it can be aged for several weeks in a refrigerator. Flavor wise, rib roast wins hands down. 2) Kirkland Signature USDA Prime Bone-In Standing Rib Roast. 0:00.