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Monday, November 16, 2009

Turkey at Albertsons

This just in from reader Cheryl...

At Albertsons turkeys are 38 cents a pound when you spend $25.00. However the manager (10 Mile & Cherry Lane) pointed out to me that if I just buy a turkey that is $25.00 it will also qualify for the 38 cents a pound offer. The cashier did not think it would work so my turkey that was over 20 pounds only cost a little over $7.00. This also kept me from purchasing items I truly did not need yesterday.


I haven't been able to confirm this with my local Albertsons manager yet, but if it does/does not work for you - let us know in the comments!!

Thanks Cheryl!

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5 comments:

I'm So Pretty said...

Hmmmm, I wonder if this will be the same situation at Wegmans - they have specially marked turkeys for 29-cents/lb with a $25 purchase...

Cathyb said...

Has anyone seen the turkey price at Winco this week? They usually also have a great per pound price with a minimum purchase at this time of year.

Fabulessly Frugal said...

Cathy - I think it is $.38/lb when you spend $50.

Mindy said...

Albertsons managers are saying the turkey needs to be bought in addition to spending $25. Not just a $25 turkey

kami said...

That's a good deal! I already bought my turkey at Winco, though. It was 26 lbs for about $9 when I spent $50 on stuff I needed anyway.