Thanksgiving is almost upon us. Its a day of celebration, thanks, and good cheer. Aside from seeing all your family gathered around swapping stories and smiles, the food is one of the greatest parts of the holiday. No matter how big or small your family is, there is a store that will cover all your holiday cooking needs and come in lower than your allotted budget. Here are the best turkey day deals I’ve found by store:
Aldi boasts discount prices from responsibly grown products. They also carry unique products for you to try. This Thanksgiving head over to them for the best deals on meat and vegetables. The best deal on meat is their Butterball dinner turkey. At 10-22lbs the cost is only .87 per lb. Keep in mind this is down from $1.29 per pound but there is a limit of only 2 per customer.
As far as vegetables, Aldis has sweet potatoes priced at $0.49 per lb, $2.49 for a 10lb bag of Russet potatoes, and fresh-cut green beans at $1.39 for a 16 oz package. Their current ad runs from November 20-26 so don’t miss out.
If you are planning to spend heavily at Kroger there are three special deals you may like to get in on for food, to increase your gas rewards, and for a deal on your holiday gift shopping The first deal centers around your holiday Bird. Kroger is offering thier branded USDA Grade A Turkey for $0.47 lb with a $25 purchase. While you are limited to just two turkeys per shopping trip, it beats most of the prices advertised. This is one of the best turkey day deals around.
Kroger Gift Card Deals
Another offer is the gift card deal. Clip both of the 4X the fuel gift card deals to your shopper’s card. One deal is for prepaid Mastercard or Visa gift cards in the amounts of $25, $50, or $100. The other deal is 4X the fuel points on gift cards, a prepaid wireless phone or phone card. Purchasing the cards will earn you 4x the fuel amount per dollar you spend on the card.
The best way to utilize this deal is to know your Thanksgiving grocery budget before you walk in the door and purchase the gift card for that amount before you put anything in the shopping cart. You will instantly earn your fuel points and can use the card to complete your thanksgiving shopping.
Other Kroger Incentives
If you shop from November 20th-December 3 there is an additional incentive for you. If you spend $200-$300 you will earn a 30% off coupon, or if you spend $400 or more you will earn a 50% off coupon to redeem on toys, home, apparel, decore and more between December 12-15th.
Deals you may want to add to your list to hit your minimum $25 limit for the turkey and to help with the speical holiday deal include $.049 per lb sweet potatoes, $1.99 Kroger Deluxe ice cream, $4.99 Marie Callendar pie, and if you are not keen on cooking yourself you can have Kroger whip a delicious turkey dinner for $70 or a Ham Dinner for $55 complete with sides and dessert. The Kroger ad runs from now until November 26th. Don’t forget to add coupons to your account and utilize Kroger Cash Back.
Get an even better price at Publix on sweet potatoes at $.039 per pound. Advertised BOGO deals on the Ad include del monte vegetables, Swanson Broth, Duncan Hines cake mix, and Near East rice. If you need spices you can score Mccormick spices for as low as $0.20 with a $1.50 off 1 coupon, just stick to the lower end cost spices for this BOGO to score the lowest price. For a sweet treat head over to the freezer aisle.
The Sara Lee cakes and Cheesecake are on BOGO for as low as $3.89. If you are linked to Ibotta add the $0.85 off 1 coupon to your list to score them for $1.10 each. Pillsbury crust is also on BOGO for $3.49. Add the $1 of 3 coupons to your Publix digital account and one from coupons.com for 6 products for $1.39 each.
I hope these deals get you in the holiday shopping spirit, save you money, and make your shopping experience rewarding. Now get our there and grab the best turkey day deals for you.