Zaycon Fresh: 2017 Sales Event Schedule

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Zaycon Fresh is a way to save big money on your grocery budget by purchasing meat in bulk. I’ve written about Zaycon quite a few times in the past. If saving money on your groceries or getting more organized with your meal plans and healthy eating is high on your resolutions list for 2017, I invite you to take a closer look at Zaycon.

Start by creating a free account. Then, you’ll be able to view upcoming sales events for your area. Pay upfront, and then pick up your meat at the time/location for your area.

Zaycon recently released a calendar of their upcoming sales events for the first few months with 2017. I wanted to share this with you, so you could plan ahead. Note that exact dates will vary by location. It’s possible prices will too – I’m blogging out of the Seattle/Tacoma area.

  • Fresh Lean Ground Beef (93/7): Jan 7-19 (40 lbs – $151.60)
  • Fresh Lean Ground Beef (80/20): Jan 7 -19 (40 lbs – $111.60)
  • Fresh Boneless Applewood Smoked Ham: Jan 7-19 (no locations near me have this available)
  • Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs: Jan 30-Feb 10 (40 lbs – $67.60)
  • Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts: Feb 17-Mar 4 (40 lbs – $67.60 – $1.69/lb!)
  • Fresh Whole Chickens: Jan 30-Feb 10 (35 lbs – $55.65)
  • Fresh Jumbo Chicken Tenderloins: Jan 30-Feb 10 (40 lbs – $87.60)
  • USDA Chuck Roast: Mar 13-24 (24 lbs – $107.76)
  • Shrimp & Cod: Mar 13-24 (20 lbs shrimp – $159.80; 25 lbs cod – $169.75)
  • Center Cut Pork Loin Chops: Mar 13-24 (24 lbs – $69.35)
  • 90/10 Ground Turkey: Apr 1-13 (40 lbs – $87.60)
  • Premium Pork Tenderloins: Apr 1-13 (32 lbs – $95.68)
  • Premium Skirt Steaks: Apr 1-13 (14 lbs – $111.86)

To place an order or to learn more, head to Zaycon Fresh.

Finally, if you’re wondering what on earth you’d do with 40 pounds (or more!) of meat all at a time, let me reassure you! This is what 40 pounds of chicken breast looked like in my freezer last year after prepping it into meals (minus the turkey, of course!):

I do greatly prefer to turn my meat into meals, incidentally. I find it’s an added benefit of buying my food in bulk. I’m saving myself money, why not save myself some time, too? If you’re curious how to get started with bulk freezer cooking, you might want to read a couple of my popular posts on the topic:

Inspired? Ready to get started? Great! Take a look around at Zaycon and place an order. Make 2017 the year you get organized about your meal planning and grocery budget!