Was wondering if any of you have received an offer from them that you went
for. We received an offer with a $145.01 gift certificate. For that
certificate and an additional $59.99 + $13.99 shipping we get what sounds
like quite a bit. I've had Omaha Sirloins before and they are good. I am
mainly concerned that this is a ploy to get me on a list and will start
getting calls from telemarketers even tho I've signed up on the no call
website. Whatcha think, if it sounds too good..............
Dunno about the offer, but I received some of these steaks and a set
of knives as a gift. I'm sure the giver paid good bux for what turned
out to be only so-so steaks. No better than the local chain super
Do the math on total price divided by total ounces of meat and you'll find
they are generally not great deals. IIRC, the filets are tiny little 4 or
5 oz steaks. I've read reviews in consumer magazines/foodie newsletters and
Omaha generally comes out on the bottom, not much better than what you can
get at the supermarket.
If you want good steaks find a good butcher! I have heard the Omaha steaks
are good, but why bother when you can get good beef locally. Pretty much any
area has a quality butcher with fair prices, better than Omaha's! We have a
chain supermarket nearby with an excellent meat department. Also 1/2 mile
away we have a small privately owned shop with great meat and good prices
We were given one of those "gift boxes" of Omaha steaks - including
beef, hot dogs, etc.
Honestly, I'd classify them as "good", but in no way did they deserve
all the raves people seem to have about them. Must be good marketing, I guess.
I've had better steaks at most of the local steak houses, including
one of the big chains.
many companies like that want to sell you meat by the number of
portions,not the weight. you usually get the short end of the stick.if
you want good,fresh meat,your going to have to pay for it.lucas
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