Thanksgiving turkey prices: Here are the BEST and LOWEST prices in the region #retail #outlets


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Thanksgiving turkey prices: Here are the LOWEST prices in the region

CINCINNATI – Most Tri-State shoppers will be heading to the grocery store this weekend to buy their Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings.

Holiday food shopping can get pricey. That’s why if you normally don’t read store circulars, this is the one weekend you should.

Cincinnati-area shopping blogger Heather Tenney has told us in the past you can find sales, coupons and bonuses if you plan ahead.

“You want to look through and look for the things that are a good price and then go to something like a coupon database and match up where there might be coupons that match with it,” she said.

For a look at the latest rebates and coupons locally, check out our ShopSmart circulars section at wcpo.com/circulars .

And to make sure you don’t waste your money this Thanksgiving, here’s a breakdown of prices from shops in our region:

Kroger is selling its store brand turkey at 99 cents per pound with a Kroger plus card. Kroger’s Honeysuckle White turkey is selling for $1.19 per pound.

Remke actually has the best price on Honeysuckle White turkeys at 99 cents per pound with a $25 purchase. The market is selling Butterball all natural frozen turkeys at $1.49 per pound.

Target stores with grocery sections are selling Market Pantry turkeys for 89 cents per pound.

Jungle Jim’s International Market:

Jungle Jim’s is selling Fresh Amish turkeys at $1.69 per pound and Butterball frozen turkeys at $1.39 per pound.

Trader Joe’s is selling its all-natural, brined, fresh young turkeys (12-22 pound birds) for $1.99 per pound. The store is also selling Glatt Kosher, all natural, fresh young turkeys (12-16 pound birds) for $2.49 per pound.

Walmart’s turkey prices vary by store, averaging about 80 cents per pound. But Walmart said it matches other store prices if you bring in an ad.

Marsh is selling Norbest and Honeysuckle frozen turkeys for 58 cents per pound (limit one, with an additional $25 purchase). The supermarket is also selling Butterball all natural frozen turkeys at 78 cents per pound (limit one, with an additional $25 purchase).

And the best price is…

Meijer is offering 50 percent off all frozen turkeys with an additional $20 purchase. Meijer frozen turkey is 54 cents per pound after the discount. Meijer fresh turkey is 98 cents per pound after the discount.

Have a safe and delicious Thanksgiving and remember, don’t waste your money.

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