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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Cheapest Thanksgiving Prices

When I was at Winco the other day, I thought about compiling a list of their prices on Thanksgiving items and comparing them to other local stores. But then one child peed her pants sitting right there in the shopping cart and the other stole a fruit roll-up, and those plans went out the window. Luckily a local news station has already done all of the leg work. Here is their comparison.

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Although they were surprised, I was not. Because as couponers, we heart Albertsons!

Hope that helps as you head out to load up on Turkey Day supplies!
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5 comments:

the Hampton's said...

Walmart has stove top for .78 right now. This story quoted it at $1.68. Hopefully that was their only mistake :)

Jennifer said...

I went shopping today and went to Walmart before I went to Albertsons, so I had my PYP list with me. Walmart beat Albies in almost every catagory for me except the potatoes.

Idaho Lucas Fam said...

I think walmart has their turkeys at .40/lb.

GingerS said...

Walmart does have turkeys at .40/lb. But, apparently they're having a lot of trouble keeping the .40/lb brand in stock. I've heard they're pretty much gone just as quick as they can unload each new shipment of them.

So, yeah, IF you can get one of the .40/lb turkeys, then maybe your overall price will be lower at Walmart. But, then again, at Albertson's, if you spend more than $25 on non-turkey items, your turkey price drops to .38/lb.

GingerS said...

I meant to say your overall price MIGHT be lower at Walmart. Curse the lack of an edit option!