Are all of you gearing up for your Thanksgiving feast? Ready or not, it’s next week! Can you believe it? I put together a side by side comparison list of Turkey prices, so you could see the price differences. (Thanks for all your help, Facebook fans!) I think that Ridley’s wins, however, you do have to spend $100 to get that price. But it looks like they have some great sales going on at Ridley’s (see ad below)!
Also, Winco will price match any Turkey price when you spend at least $50. And they will also BEAT all local grocery chain stores’ advertised food prices on select holiday items. So, it’s kind of a toss up. Where will you be buying your Turkey this year? Smith’s also has a ton of great Thanksgiving and baking essentials for cheap this week, so that may be an avenue to take as well.
*There is one typo. You do need to spend at least $50 to get the price of $0.69/lb. at Dans/Fresh Market/Maceys.
There is also a Butterball rebate that you can submit. It states that when you buy a Butterball turkey between 9/1/15-4/12/16, you can send in the UPC or receipt and get back (5) $1 Butterball coupons by mail to use on future Butterball purchases. Seems like kind of a lame rebate to me, but I thought I’d throw it out there. Better than a kick in the butt! 😉
I also wanted to show you this Ridley’s ad, because they seem to really be having some great sales. It might be worth spending the $100 to get the Turkey. 😉 Go here to find a Ridley’s location near you.
If any of you see a different Turkey price I didn’t put on the list, please submit a comment with the store, brand, and price. I hope this helps some of you and that you all have a great Thanksgiving!