Nope, you're not the only one. I went to Wally World today with the intent of checking out their meat counter. Found some St. Louis ribs reasonable, but injected and enhanced. Baby backs were the same. I don't inject my meat and I sure don't want some manufacturer injecting it for me, since the ingredient list fails my basic comprehension of sugar and spice and everything nice. Show me that on a food label and I would buy it..
I did find a beautiful uninjected brisket though. Over 12 pounds, for $8.79 a pound, which made it well over $100.. If I had the time, I would go there every day and watch the markdown, but the starting price was way too high for that kind of meat. Nicely trimmed prime rib steaks were just a quarter cheaper per pound and much more worth the price. I didn't purchase either.
The days of my paying over $8 per portion of meat are long over. Meat prices are out of sight. We just lost the best meat competing store in our area and all the surviving stores, including Walmart, are gloating in their increased prices.
Good luck on your trolling. I've found some stores, even if the same chain, mark down differently. The one in my town throws food away rather than mark it down a nickle. Find yourself a less popular store in the chain and you might get a few bargains.