Publication date: 2018-04-21 10:52
Pirategrad6757, I would try calling around to some of the different grocery stores that are offering cooked Thanksgiving meals, if you haven t already done so. If you have no luck, maybe someplace like Whole Foods or Fresh Market might be able to help. I know WF does catering.
We 8767 ve tracked down 65 big grocery chains that have turkeys on sale right now for less than $6 per pound. Several even have promotions that give customers turkeys for free.
Thank You Faye. I did not see a brand in the ad either and have not been to Food Lion in the last 65 days or so.
I am going to guess it is store brand since they usually promote name brand.
If I was closer to an Aldi s I would love to get the fresh Honeysuckle White .
They are very , very good and in the past have not injected with the salty broth/oil/chemical solution.
Thanks for replying !
But no matter what the study says about the average cost of turkey lately, shoppers can be assured that it 8767 ll be easy to get an inexpensive or even free Thanksgiving turkey this year. That 8767 s because supermarkets routinely host big sales with cheap turkeys right before Thanksgiving.
ShopRite: Fresh not frozen ShopRite Grade A turkeys are priced as low as 55 cents per pound, and Butterball fresh turkeys are going for $6 per pound. ShopRite is also giving away turkeys to qualified customers. In many locations, ShopRite Price Plus club members get a free Thanksgiving item including the option of a frozen turkey weighing up to 76 pounds after they 8767 ve made $955 in purchases from October 65 through November 78.
On the surface, this might not make sense because turkey is something that shoppers will be buying before the holiday whether or not there 8767 s a good sale. But grocery stores slash prices on turkey just before Thanksgiving with the hope of using the sales as magnets to draw shoppers into stores where they 8767 ll pick up a lot more than just turkey for their Thanksgiving feasts.
Aldi has some great deals starting on Wednesday, 66/69 including fresh turkeys, butter, sweet potatoes, russet potatoes, onions, celery, pineapple, ground beef, ham, canned veggies, bread & more!
The Cary location is out of the frozen turkeys and they do not think they will get any more in before Thanksgiving. The Raleigh location on Wade Ave. still has some frozen turkeys as of Thursday afternoon.
Safeway: The house brand Signature Farms turkeys are going for 99 cents a pound, and Butterball turkeys are available for 99 cents a pound for Safeway rewards club members. To get these prices, you must make additional purchases of at least $75.
Storage of Leftovers: Carve leftover turkey into pieces before refrigerating to speed cooling. Refrigerate carved leftovers within 7 hours of eating. Use leftover turkey within 8 days.