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 November 14, 2012  Posted by  Expired
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I haven’t bought my Thanksgiving turkey yet because I don’t have a lot of room in my freezer. But since I’m running out of time, I figured I’d better start checking around to see who’s got the best deal. After scanning the grocery store ads, I came up with this list of Thanksgiving turkey deals. Some require an additional minimum purchase, which might not be a problem if you’re buying your bird at the same time you’re doing your weekly shopping. You’ll also need your rewards card to get the discounts.

Fresh or frozen turkeys

Bi-Lo (Grade A frozen): 59 cents a pound. Requires a $35 purchase. Limit one per customer.
Food Lion (Jenny-O frozen): 59 centers a pound. Requires a $35 purchase (excluding turkey, alcohol, tobacco, gift cards, lottery, postage stamps or services). Limit one per customer.
Hen House (fresh oven-ready): $1.49 a pound.
Hen House (Honeysuckle frozen): $1.59 a pound.
Hy-Vee: FREE Honeysuckle or Jenny-O frozen turkey when you buy a Hoemel Cure 81 whole boneless ham.
Kroger (frozen): 69 cents a pound. Limit two per customer. Kroger (fresh Honeysuckle): $1.49 a pound.
Lowes Foods (House of Raeford frozen): 47 cents a pound. Requires a $35 purchase. Limit one per customer.
Piggly Wiggly (frozen): FREE with nine Greenbacks or 99 cents a pound.
Publix (Grade A frozen): 69 cents a pound. Limit two per customer.
Winn-Dixie (Grade A frozen): 59 cents a pound. Requires a $35 purchase. Limit two per customer.

Butterball turkeys

Aldi: $1.19 a pound.
Bi-Lo: 99 cents a pound. Requires a $35 purchase. Limit one per customer.
Food Lion: 99 cents a pound.
Hen House: $1.69 a pound.
Kroger: $1.29 a pound.
Lowes Foods (frozen): 87 cents a pound. Requires a $35 purchase. Limit one per customer.
Lowes Foods (fresh)$1.37 a pound.
Winn-Dixie: 99 cents a pound. Requires a $35 purchase. Limit two per customer.

What deals have you found on turkeys?

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Julie Henry

Julie Henry, RN, MPA, is a freelance writer, editor, and project manager who loves the thrill of scoring a good deal. She writes a bi-weekly "On the Cheap" column for the Sun News in Myrtle Beach. In addition to writing about deals and discounts, Julie is an established medical writer. She has done work for a number of national health care organizations, including The Joint Commission, The American Academy of Family Physicians and the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine. Born and raised in Kansas City, MO, she now lives in Myrtle Beach. Julie owns and operates Kansas City on the Cheap, Myrtle Beach on the Cheap, and Charleston on the Cheap.

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