Best Turkey Prices, Coupons & Deals
Once again, I’m going to do my best to round-up the best turkey prices at grocery stores I’m finding (Seattle/Tacoma area). I noticed a few offers have started to pop up this week, but I expect more to follow in the next week or so. For stores I don’t have prices on just yet, I’ve left notes and comments from 2014 sales as guidance (so pay careful attention to dates). I’m starting this update on a Saturday, but going forward, look for the weekly updates to publish on Wednesdays (the day most stores sales cycles start).
I also addressed the question “what’s a good price for a turkey?” which you might find helpful to read when considering these deals. I made sure to update that post for 2015, to give you the best, current information.
Last updated: Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Fred Meyer Turkey Price
Fred Meyer has released their 2015 turkey deal.
FREE Turkey when you spend $150 or more
OR $0.69/lb when you spend $50 or more
10-20 lb Frozen (limit 1 with in-ad coupon)
This is very similar to 2014, except in 2014 they also gave you the option of paying $0.49/lb with a $100+ purchase. Maybe they are just simplifying things this year!
You might prefer Fred Meyer’s Deluxe Holiday Turkey Dinner. For $69.99, get a 10-13 Private Selection Fully Cooked Oven-Roasted Turkey (select varieties), plus stuffing, potatoes, green bean casserole, gravy, cranberry sauce, rolls and a pie. This meal serves up to 6 and if you order before November 19, you’ll save $8. (Note: the $69.99 price is the same as last year, but the discount this year is a few dollars more.)
QFC Turkey Price
I popped by my QFC over the weekend and noticed that they have a turkey deal in stores now. Pay $0.69/lb for a frozen turkey with a total purchase of $30 or more. While this purchase does not include the price of the turkey, the $30 threshold is considerably lower than we’re seeing at other stores. Pro tip: if you want this deal, combine it with the Mix & Match Sale that’s in effect through tomorrow for the best bet.
They are a good store to watch – last year, they had turkeys for $0.69/lb with an additional $30+ additional purchase (my 2014 stock-up price) and in years’ past, they’ve been the store to beat. I anticipate we’ll see some advertised prices soon.
QFC also has some holiday dinner offers to consider. They have a deal starting at $49.99 (serves 6), plus there’s a $5 ecoupon you can download. $44.99 seems like a good deal to me – plus you don’t have to cook. However, please note that the dinner will be cold, so you’ll need to plan accordingly if you want a hot dinner (I’m guessing so). For more information and to download the coupon, please visit qfc.com.