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What is a good price per pound for a Turkey?

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I am hosting Thanksgiving this year and need to buy a 15-20 lb. frozen turkey. I was wondering what is a good price per lb. for a frozen one. I want to hold out for the best price. No stores in my area give out free ones for large purchases.
post #2 of 15
Last year I was able to get a turkey for about 59 to 69 cents a pound. Grocery prices have risen, though, so I'm not sure if I still will be able to get one that low. So far the lowest I have seen them advertised is 89 cents.
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I got a HUGE 18.75 pnd 1 from Walmart today nd it was only $13.85
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What prices are the ones to beat on Turkey this year??

 

post #5 of 15

I'd like to know, too, since the lowest I've seen so far is 99-cents per pound.

post #6 of 15

I bought mine at Shaws last week for 49 cents a pound.

post #7 of 15

Under $.60/lb, just watch the sales.

post #8 of 15

I have bought them as low as 49 cents a pound.

post #9 of 15
Meijer had a deal to get $10 off regular and $17 off a fancy one if you made a $20 purchase. I got mine for $10.
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Originally Posted by JenJoe725 View Post

Meijer had a deal to get $10 off regular and $17 off a fancy one if you made a $20 purchase. I got mine for $10.

Is that this week? Our ads run Thurs through Thurs instead of Sun through Sun, so if that's this week for you it means I"ll get it on Thurs. Hope so!!
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