Best Turkey Prices at the Grocery Store

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When it comes to finding the best price on your Thanksgiving Turkey, we have you covered.

Best Turkey Prices, Coupons & Deals

Once again this year, we’re rounding up the best turkey prices at grocery stores across the nation! As we’ve tracked turkey prices for years now, you’ll notice that in some cases we’ve left notes on prior years’ pricing.

We also addressed the question “what’s a good price for a turkey?” which you might find helpful to read when considering these deals.

PS – Love a good deal? Check out our extensive list of the Best Amazon Subscribe and Save Deals, updated frequently!

Make sure to check back daily as prices change frequently. We are updating daily.

If you see Updated for 2021, this means the store has not updated yet. Those with updated 2022 means we have posted the current price.

Best Turkey Prices by Store

Here are the best prices we’re seeing at a quick glance, but you can also scroll down the list to see more details about your favorite store.

Prices and offers may vary by region.

  • Lidl – $0.49 per pound with additional $35 purchase
  • Food Lion – $1.86 per pound with additional $35 purchase
  • Giant – $0.37 per pound with additional $25 purchase
  • Fred Meyer – $0.59 per pound with additional $50 purchase
  • Publix – $0.49 per pound
  • Winn-Dixie – $0.49 per pound
  • Grocery Outlet – $0.53 per pound
  • Albertsons/Safeway – $1.29 per pound with additional $25 purchase
  • Weis – $0.59 per pound with 200 rewards points
  • QFC – $0.99 per pound with additional $25 purchase
  • Save A Lot – $1.69 per pound
  • Aldi – $1.07 per pound (Butterball)
  • Walmart – $0.98 per pound
  • Target – $0.99 per pound
  • Costco – $0.99 per pound
  • Fresh Thyme – $1.49 per pound with additional $20 purchase
  • Whole Foods – $1.49 per pound
  • Cub Foods – $1.99 per pound
  • Sam’s Club – $1.19 per pound
  • Amazon Fresh – $.99 per pound (Butterball)
  • Pick N Save – $1.79 per pound
  • Trader Joe’s – $1.99 per pound
  • Meijer – $0.59 per pound
  • Kroger – Free with $100 purchase
  • Acme – FREE with $300 purchase
  • Fareway – FREE with $50 meat purchase
  • H-E-B – FREE with purchase of ham or
  • H-E-B – $0.45 with $20 purchase
  • Hy-Vee – FREE with purchase of ham
  • ShopRite – FREE with $400 purchase
  • WinCo – FREE with $125 purchase

Acme Turkey Price

acme turkey dinner special

*Updated for 2022* Spend $300 now through Thursday, November 24 and get a free Signature Farms Frozen Turkey (10-22 lb. avg.). You’ll need to add the Just 4 U digital coupon and enter your linked phone number each time you shop. Limit 1

Albertsons Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Safeway and Albertsons have released their 2022 turkey price. Right now they are offering $1.29 per pound Butterball whole turkey with $25 purchase. Much different from their 2021 of free turkey with $50 purchase.

For 2022, Albertsons is offering a turkey dinner for $79.99. This is up $17 from the 2021 price.

Here’s what’s included: Fully Cooked Turkey, Cornbread Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Relish, Giblet Gravy, serves 8-10.

If you live in another region, do take a peek at your ad first! You might find your store is running another deal.

Aldi Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* The Aldi turkey price for 2022 is $1.07 per pound for a frozen Butterball Whole Turkey (10 – 22 lb, limit 2).

This is a fantastic price per pound for Butterball if you have an Aldi store near you. I especially love that it doesn’t require any additional purchase, coupon, etc. to get this price.

This price is up .10 from last year.

Amazon Fresh Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Running out of time? Amazon Fresh will help you stock up on everything you need for your Thanksgiving dinner, at reasonable prices, too!

Fresh turkeys will be available soon, but if you want to pick up your frozen turkey now, you can get a Butterball frozen turkey for $13.86 (10-12 lbs.). That works out to as low as $0.99 per pound.  *Make sure to check regularly due to price fluctuation.

Costco Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* It appears that Costco is sticking with their long-held turkey price once again this year.

They’re continuing to offer fresh whole turkeys at $0.99 per pound. This price has been pretty darn stable since I started tracking Costco turkey prices (about 2013).

This is a very good price for fresh turkeys, particularly because Costco does not require additional purchase. Also, note that these are FRESH turkeys, not frozen.

If you want Costco to do the cooking for you this year, you can order the Schwan’s Thanksgiving Meal for $99.99. This serves 6-8 and includes:

  • 5 lbs. ready-to-roast turkey breast
  • Roasted baby bakers
  • Roasted sweet potatoes
  • Whole green beans
  • Super-sweet corn
  • Southern-style biscuits
  • Traditional pumpkin pie
  • Old-fashioned apple pie
  • Classic vanilla ice cream

Everything cooks from frozen – no thawing needed!

Cub Foods Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Cub Foods has their Essential Everyday frozen turkey for $1.99 per pound, limit 1. This is up from the 2021 price of $0.80 per pound.

Plus, Save $20 off $100 on all your Thanksgiving fixings when you order online with code TURKEY22, before November 19, 2023. You’ll automatically get every eligible My Cub Rewards deal, plus $5.99 delivery or free pickup with any $35+ order.

*Updated for 2022* And if you want Cub Foods to do the cooking for you, they’ll do that, too: their Traditional Turkey Dinner serves up to 10 and is priced at $149.99.

It includes a 10-12 lb turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, dinner rolls, cranberry orange relish, and an apple or pumpkin pie.Make sure to also check out the weekly circular with amazing recipes.

Fareway Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Get a FREE Fareway Basted Young Turkey (up to 14 lb) when you purchase $50 or more from Fareway’s fresh meat counter.

If you need a larger turkey, the discount will automatically be applied at the register. Find a store near you.

Food Lion Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Get a frozen turkey for $1.86 per pound with your MVP card and an additional $35 purchase. Turkey must be 10 lbs or larger and there is a limit of 2.  Make sure to check back regularly for MVP price discounts.

Fred Meyer Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Fred Meyer has released their 2022 turkey pricing: $0.59 per pound with a $50 minimum purchase. Additionally, you can get a FREE turkey when you spend $150 or more (limit 1 per transaction).

This price is up over .10 from previous years.

Fresh Thyme Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Fresh Thyme has their fresh (not frozen) antibiotic-free whole turkey for $1.49 per pound while supplies last, limit 1 with additional $20 purchase.

This is the same as last year’s price, but this year the additional purchase requirement is new. They also have slightly more expensive options if you want just the turkey breast, organic, etc.

Fresh Thyme also offers full turkey prepared meals.  Check your local store for options.

Giant Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Shady Brook Farms Young Turkey All Natural with no antibiotics or hormones just $0.37 per pound plus Earn 600 Points when you buy $20 of participating Thanksgiving Items.

Grocery Outlet Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* There is a new turkey coupon for Grocery Outlet this week. It reads: take $21 off your turkey with a $50 purchase (the $50 excludes the price of the turkey). This coupon is valid through 11/25.

You can get this coupon from their ad, which is also available on their website. Also, sign up for their email newsletter and you can get a $3 off coupon.

H-E-B Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* H-E-B is offering a free Riverside Grade A turkey (up to 12 lb) when you buy a select ham and use the in-store coupon. Limit 1 per customer. This is the same as last year’s deal.

Or if you prefer just getting a turkey, right now they are running a $0.49 per pound special on their Riverside Grade A Young Turkey. Limit 1 with additional $20 purchase. Price and option may vary between stores. Photo from Cypress, Texas H-E-B November 16, 2022.

Hy-Vee Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* At Hy-Vee you can get a FREE Honeysuckle White Frozen Turkey (10-14 lb) with purchase of a Hormel Cure 81 Boneless Ham (priced at $5.99 per pound). Get your meat for Thanksgiving and Christmas in one trip! Offer good thru November 30th.

This Honeysuckle White Frozen Turkey has a regular price of $1.69 per pound, making this a savings of up to $23.66 (assuming a 14-lb bird). The price of the ham did go up $1 per pound this year from the 2021 price.

And of course, you can order your turkey dinner online and have Hy-Vee do the cooking for you! Their Turkey Party Pleaser serves 8 and is priced at $99.99.

It includes a Butterball turkey (10-12 lbs.), two large sides of mashed potatoes, beef or turkey gravy (16 oz.), 12 dinner rolls and your choice of two large side dishes. This price is the same as last year.

Kroger Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Get a Kroger frozen turkey for FREE with card, limit 1. Note that you’ll need to make an additional $100  purchase, which shouldn’t be a problem if you’re stocking up on Thanksgiving goodies. Or spend $25 and your turkey is $0.99.

*Updated for 2022* Holiday favorites. Choose from Prime Rib, Turkey or Ham plus all the fixings: sweet potato souffle, green bean casserole, stuffing, gravy, rolls and pumpkin pie.

Lidl Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Lidl has released their 2022 turkey price. Get a Butterball frozen premium all natural young turkey for $0.98 per pound. This is a fantastic price for Butterball turkey, and no additional purchase is required! Limit 40 lbs. per customer.

If you want to pay even less and are planning to do additional shopping, you can get a Shady Brook Farms frozen turkey for just $0.49 per pound with a $25 purchase. Just be sure you’re a My Lidl rewards member. Wow! This price is up .20 from last year.

Meijer Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Meijer Frozen Grade A Turkey $0.55 per pound, limit 2 or for a little more, get a Butterball Frozen Grade A Turkey $1.29 per pound, limit 2.

Pick N Save

*Updated for 2022*  Right now Simple Truth™ Natural Young Frozen Turkey (10-14 lb) is $1.79 a pound.  Am positive they will offer better prices as we get closer to the holiday.

Make sure to check their weekly ad for weekly specials.

Holiday dinners at Pick N Save are &79.99 this year. Serves 6-8. 

Pick N Save Holidays Meals made simple

Publix Turkey Price

*Updated for 2021!* Publix is offering their Publix Frozen Young Turkey for $0.49 per pound again this year, limit 2. No additional purchase is required.

In addition, their Publix Deli Fully Cooked Turkey Dinner starts at  $64.99 and serves 7-10. (This price is up $10 from 2021.) It includes a 10 to 12-lb. Butterball turkey with dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry-orange relish, and marshmallow delight.

QFC Turkey Price

QFC weekly ad

*Updated for 2022* QFC has released their 2022 turkey price. This year you can get a frozen Jennie-O Turkey for $0.99 per pound with an additional $25 purchase.

If you’d rather get a Butterball Turkey, it’ll be $1.19 per pound with an additional $25 purchase.

Both prices are up .20 from last year.

Safeway Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Safeway and Albertsons have released their 2022 turkey prices.

Safeway California shoppers can get their turkey for cheap with a $25 purchase, limit 1 per household. Options include:

  • $7 for an 8- to 11.5-pound turkey (as low as $0.61 per pound)
  • $8 for a 12- to 15.5-pound turkey (as low as $0.52 per pound)
  • $9 for a 16- to 19.5-pound turkey (as low as $0.46 per pound)
  • $10 for a 20- to 24-pound turkey (as low as $0.42 per pound)


Plan for your feast and choose from Homestyle Turkey, Spiral Ham or Prime Rib with all the traditional sides for as little as $59.99, depending upon meat selection. And, for a more intimate setting, there is an option for two for just $19.99.

And if there are just two of you this year, consider their Hot Turkey Dinner for Two.

Sam’s Club Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* This year the  Member’s Mark Frozen All-Natural Whole Turkey priced at $1.19 per pound (available starting November 10). This is the same as the fresh turkey price from 2021.

Save A Lot Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Save A Lot has released their 2022 turkey price. Get a Honeysuckle Turkey for $1.69 per pound, limit 1.

Last year’s price was $0.79 per pound, but it required an additional $25 purchase.

Check for a Save A Lot store near you for current prices.

ShopRite Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Spend $300 from 10/14 – 11/24 to qualify for a free turkey or ham. Limit 1 free item per family. You will need to use your rewards card at checkout so they can keep a running total of how much you’ve spent. Total spend is down $100 from 2021 – less exclusions.

Want ShopRite to do the cooking for you? Order the Complete Thanksgiving Dinner for $64.99 and feed up to 10 people! This bundle includes:

  • 10-12 lb fully cooked, Grade A Premium Turkey
  • Mashed Potatoes
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Holiday Stuffing
  • Turkey Gravy
  • Green Bean Casserole

Target Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Target has released their 2022 turkey pricing. Buy a Good & Gather Premium frozen whole turkey for $.99 per pound. This is up .20 from last year’s price.

If you’d like a Butterball frozen turkey, it’s priced at $1.19 per pound. This is also up .20 from last year.

Note, prices may vary by location. Make sure to check your local Target weekly ads. 

Trader Joe’s Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Trader Joe’s just released their 2022 prices and they are holding pretty consistent from past years.

You can buy All Natural Brined Fresh Young Turkeys (12-22 lbs) for $1.99 per pound and All Natural Glatt Kosher Fresh Young Turkeys (12-16 lbs) for $2.99 per pound. These are available starting November 10.

The price for the brined young turkeys has held steady since 2014 (!), and the price of the kosher birds has held steady since 2017.

For more information, please visit Trader Joe’s. I consider these prices decent given that they are specialty turkeys.

Walmart Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Walmart has Honeysuckle White Frozen Turkey priced at $0.98 per pound. That’s up ten cents from last year. If you’d rather have Butterball, you’ll pay $1.18 per pound. Please note that prices may vary by store. These prices are not a major jump compared to other stores.

Weis Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Earn 400 Weis Rewards Points by 11/24 and you can redeem them for a FREE Weis Quality Frozen Turkey (Limit one per household) or a discount on other holiday favorites.

If you only earn 200 Rewards Points, you can still get a deal and pay $0.59 per pound for the same frozen turkey. Last year’s offer was similar.

Whole Foods Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* The 365 Turkey is $1.49, up from .99 2021 prices. This year Whole Foods is also offering Organic Frozen Whole Turkeys for $2.49 per pound.

If you want Whole Foods to do the cooking for you, they have a Classic Roast Turkey Dinner for 4 priced at $89.99, among other meal deals. This is up $5 from the 2021 price.

WinCo Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Once again, WinCo will be offering a free turkey with a $125 purchase starts November 14th. Up $25 from last year. This is a Jennie-O Grade A frozen turkey (excludes premium, fresh, and Butterball). There is a limit of one per family.

Please note that brands may vary from store to store and limited to stock on hand. This is identical to their deal from the past several years. You can read more about this HERE.

And…it’s back! WinCo is once again offering their holiday dinner for $59.98 + tax! Up $10 from last year.

Here’s what’s included (serves 4 – 6):

  • Butterball Whole Cooked Turkey (10-12 lb)
  • Homestyle Stuffing (22 oz)
  • Green Bean Casserole (22 oz)
  • Creamy Mashed Potatoes (32 oz)
  • Homestyle Gravy (24 oz)
  • Cranberry Orange Relish (12 oz)
  • 8 inch Pumpkin Pie
  • 12 ct King’s Hawaiian Rolls
  • Reusable WinCo Foods Bag

Winn-Dixie Turkey Price

*Updated for 2022* Get a Honeysuckle Grade A Frozen Whole Turkey for $0.49 per pound when you spend $30 or more, limit 1. Winn-Dixie has the same price as last year, which is an amazing deal.

And bonus, Butterball is on sale as well, for .99 per pound, just like last year.Limit 1.

Summary

Finding a turkey may be tricky this year since a few turkey farms have had a few issues with bird flu. Make sure to check your local circulars for flash deals as well.

Have a blessed and thankful Thanksgiving.

If you find other prices near you, please let us know.

43 thoughts on “Best Turkey Prices at the Grocery Store”

  1. Not sure why I read the entire post since I live on the entirely different coast and don’t have any of these deals! But it’s so interesting to know what others pay sometimes for the same things 🙂 In the Boston area they are .49-.59 a pound, so hopefully that price will spread your way next week!

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    • LOL – well you are ALWAYS welcome to see what’s going on over here! Even if you don’t have the same stores, at least you can get a general idea of what I’m seeing and considering a deal right now. I consider $0.49/lb the price to beat this year! 😉

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      • Food lion a chain super market here in the South, Bedford Virginia in my case had this deal from 11/7 thru 11/15 2018, .27 cents a lb with a $35 purchase. That’s the best deal I have seen so far. Picked up a 20lb and an 18lb for just over 10 bucs!

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  2. I appreciate living within the weekly budget for food but am always willing to stock up on things like toilet paper and shampoo and soap and toothpaste (those items that i always seem to have coupons for and will always need) to get the free turkey. I find that helps me to not go through the store thinking ‘I just need to spend another $20 and then ending up with $20 of chips and pop and cookies and stuff that I don’t really need.

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    • I think that’s why it’s hard to say where the “best” deal is – it really depends on your family’s needs, which stores are in the area, what makes best sense to you. Thanks for sharing. 😉

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  3. We live in the suburbs of Chicago, and our Jewel-Osco (Albertson’s) will match ANY competitor’s turkey price per pound.

    Also, they are selling Jennie-O hens and tom turkey’s for .49 per pound. No spending minimum, either. I bought two for next Thursday…think I’ll go back and grab a few more for the freezer!

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    • Between Thanksgiving and Christmas I usually purchase around 10 extra turkeys for the freezer. Here the best price is .84/pound – which is the least expensive protein we’ll see until next holiday season.

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    • Geeze, here in AZ, the BEST deals are about $.99/lb or spend $150 and get a free bird. I used to wait and get them for about $.29/lb and toss 2 in the freezer for later. Now, they’re not even really in the budget!

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  4. I did the butterball deal at target with the 3 buck coupon 12lb 9 bucks~! Safeway: if u switch a prescription there they give u a $25 coupon. they also rotate their meat earlier than other stores so if u go to the clearance u can get 30-50% off other meat and fish u can freeze. so u can stock up on 25 buck of meat, which is like getting about 40 bucks of meat, get the turkey for 69cents a pound for 12 that would be around 8-9 bucks and use your gift card and get it free and then some!!!!!

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  5. Huh, it’s surprising that your Albertson’s turkey deal is so different than what we have here in Boise, ID. I thought that both Boise and Seattle areas were in the same Alberston’s “region”. Through 11/20, our Albertson’s deal is $0.59/lb when you buy $25 worth of groceries, which seems like a pretty good deal.

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  6. For those down in Salem, OR, Winco’s turkeys are one penny less per pound than Fred Meyer. Spend $50, .58/lb, spend $100, .48/lb. I went yesterday and just bought staples that I use all the time and that tend to be cheaper at Winco than Fred Meyer.

    I was a *tad* disappointed that Winco is only coming in at one penny less than Fred Meyer. 🙁

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  7. I got my turkey last night from Winco in Puyallup. My turkey was free because I spent $150, which is not advertised near the turkeys. However, the turkeys are smaller at this location than they were last year. The biggest I could find was 15 pounds and last year I was able to find at least a 20 pound turkey. My cashier mentioned the same thing.

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  8. Hello I live in california so I know that prices vary but I was able to get a bone in ham for $.99 a pound last year. So far this year I haven’t seen a price even close to that. By chance has anyone seen the price at Winco?

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  9. I got a 24 lb. turkey free at the Sumner WINCO today when I bought over $150. It isn’t advertised in the store, but the cashier automatically did it for me when she checked me out. I picked out the biggest turkey I could find since I’m having 25+ people over. There were several turkeys in the 20+ lb. range.

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  10. @Jennifer…bone in ham was $1.29 a pound tonight at my local Winco. I’ve been watching for the 99 cent price point, too, and haven’t seen it here yet either.

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  11. I did the B1G1 @ Albie’s cuz $35 was me splurging at the store. Best times to get ham deals is after Thanksgiving & Christmas when they get marked down, standing rib roasts are big after Christmas and New Years as well.

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  12. Here’s my turkey deal today! Target is offering a cartwheel for $10.00 off a $50 food and beverage purchase. So the first thing I grabbed is a turkey. It was almost $10. Then I continued to shop for things I normally buy. Essentially I spent $40 and got a free turkey!!

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  13. Fred Meyer isn’t offering a free Turkey with purchase this year. I just saw tomorrow’s ad and the offer is for $.49 a pound with a $50 purchase.

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    • You have to have a $50 purchase? I hope that’s not true. I saw television ad advertising fred meyer turkeys for .49 per pound. I didn’t see or hear anything about a minimum purchase. I plan to go there this morning to get one — but I don’t have $50 to spend. I hope I don’t have to go without a turkey.

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  14. I saw the Safeway ad last week and it was offering the free Turkey if you spend $150. I didn’t see it today and I am going T-Day Dinner shopping Friday. Do you know how long the deal was/is good for? I will be devastated if I am unable to get my free Turkey as I am doing 2 this year; my “free” one and one I will be purchasing. My son leaves for the military next year (2017) and the following year my daughter will be in college. This is our last year, for a while, where will all be together. I want to rock it out! Please let me know asap. I’d greatly appreciate it!! 🙂

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  15. Thank you so much for this post!! I’m doing my FIRST turkey this year, and getting ready tonhead out shopping this morning! It’s so helpful to have all the deals in one place.

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  16. Got a Norbest turkey at the Grocery Outlet today. The price is $7.99 no matter of size (after their $10 coupon) with $30 purchase. However, the turkeys are 12-14 lbs not 12 to 24 lbs as you posted. Found a 14 lbs but majority were closer to 12 lbs. Deal is good until 11/14/17.
    Thanks for posting the prices and deals.

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  17. Here in the Dallas area, Albertsons is the price to beat this year at 39 cents a pound for a frozen turkey with $25 purchase.

    Have a good thanksgiving y’all.

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  18. I retired after 40+ years in retail grocery. Any and all turkey prices and ‘deals’ are loss leaders. That means that the company will lose money selling the turkeys for that price. How they figure to make money is on all the other items the customer purchases/even it they are ‘on sale’.

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  19. Need to be mindful of which turkey you actually get for that price. I was in Grocery Outlet and noticed Foster Farm turkey, ok sure. And then when I got to the register was told that turkey didn’t qualify, the “Norbest” ones are. Now here on the West Coast I never heard of Norbest before, and knowing that Grocery Outlet is often a reseller of stuff that doesn’t sell elsewhere, it really was vexing whether or not I should do Norbest.

    I think next year I’m just going to pay a little extra for a quality bird and not even think about the “deals”

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  20. Winco in visalia, ca is doing turkeys $0.29/lb with a $25 purchase. I have a small family so a 11.3# turkey came out to $3.23! It was a genie o brand they also had a brand that I didn’t look at as they were all 15-22#s.
    Happy holidays!

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  21. Thank you so much for putting together this detailed list. Even though I live in AZ, it is still very helpful. I wanted to point out that the Costco “fresh” birds are sold from a freezer case, most frozen solid. They are all around 20 lbs with little variation.

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  22. Hi–I’m planning a church dinner in Federal Way for 225 on Dec 15, and hoped I could find a good deal on turkeys somewhere. Are the good deals over after Thanksgiving? or can some still be found? Thanks!!!!

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  23. Check your Walmart! I just got a Butterball turkey today for $0.68 a pound!! Dont know if it was just a local markdown, but it’s worth a look if you still need one!

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  24. Well
    Happy Thanksgiving to any and all.
    I just built a electric smoker from a flower cooler gone bad. Its pretty bitchin , except some of the interior plastic has sort of shriveled up. Anyway I’m gonna try smoking a few turkeys and then handing them out at the local homeless hangout.
    My goal is 4 birds at once . If anybody has experience with this sort of thing feel free to share. [email protected] . It seems worthy. Thanks

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  25. Aldi has a terrific 2 day sale on November 17 and 18 only. Buttetballs are priced at an amazing 45 cents per pound. No additional purchase neccesary. Needless to say, the store is packed with bargain hunters. So hurry before they sell out.

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