RA'ANANA, ISRAEL - FEBRUARY 16: Chickens are roasted on a rotisserie grill at a restaurant February 16, 2006 in Ra'anana in central Israel. Officials are trying to reassure consumers that it is safe to eat well cooked poultry following the discovery of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu in swans in Europe. According to the Times newspaper of London, viruses are destroyed by cooking for at least one minute at 75C (167F) or higher. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)

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Reddit Can't Believe Someone Just Discovered This Costco Favorite
As most Costco members could tell you about the succulent, whole rotisserie chickens that the chain offers, for $4.99. Despite being a fabled part of Costco lore for years, a longtime member recently admitted on Reddit that they had spent close to a decade shopping at the chain without buying the chicken, leaving many of their fellow Costco fans shocked.
Longtime Costco cardholder and Reddit user u/BigHug420 wasn't aware of Costco's rotisserie chickens until recently. The Redditor confessed, “Been a member for 7 years but today was my first day getting one of the rotisserie chickens," a post that generated a heavy response from fellow Costco shoppers.
"If this is your first rotisserie, were you ever TRULY a Costco member those previous years?”, u/sokali4nia wrote, while another Redditor asked, "Were you vegan this whole time?". Amidst all the roasting, u/PandaForceOne posed the important question, "What is the verdict?" to which u/BigHug420 responded, "I'll be a repeat buyer from here on out."