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    Question How are turkey prices in your area?

    I am buying a turkey to use at Christmas time or later on in the year once the turkey prices drop.

    So far the best I've seen/heard about around here is $.48/lb. I know it will go lower elsewhere (I think at a store about 20 min from here), so I'm going to wait and see. Oh, and that's for a frozen 10-22 lb average turkey. Fress ones are $.69/lb

    How are they where you are? Have the prices dropped yet?

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    The best I've seen is 45cents/lb (after a 35c/off per pound store coupon). Still holding out...

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    Those are great prices!

    The best price I've seen has been about 69 or 89 cents per pound --- frozen. I'm keeping my fingers crossed they go down in the next week. And I live in a huge turkey production area ..... there are turkey houses everywhere here

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    The lowest it went at our Thanksgiving was 99ยข a lb. Right now, it's selling for $1.39 to $1.59 (Butterball).

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    .59 per pound in Pittsburgh

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    I have seen some at .49 per lb and yes, I am still holding off

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    I haven't priced them yet..the Ingles in our area is giving away a turkey if you have 6 receipts and I will have that by thanksgiving...

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    We have one store that has them .19 a lb. with a $25 order.

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    .49/per pound here and if you don't get it at that price or .39/per pound at the next nearest town in a week or so they go up. I bought mine at .49/p.p. . I'm gonna cook that puppy up a week ahead, slice and cover it with gravy in a ziplock in the freezer, thaw the day befor thanksgiving and voila`, a lot of the work is done beforehand.

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    Here in Michigan at Farmer Jack, the frozon turkeys have been $.29 lb for an 18 lb or higher, and $.39 lb for turkeys under 18 lbs. You have to spend $20 to get that promo price, but I easily did that buying other sale items. My freezer doesn't have room for it so I plan on cooking it over the weekend; I bought a 14 lb one, then we'll use the leftovers for sandwiches, etc...next week.

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    I got mine at Kroger for .57cents a pound...19lb Turkey for around 12 bucks or so...actually 6$ cause me and my Mom split the cost.

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    .98 a pound here in nebraska

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    Originally posted by favesis37
    .98 a pound here in nebraska
    Is that regular price or Thanksgiving prices?

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    .69 a pound, frozen with 20.00 additional purchase.

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    We just got back from Sam's Club and they were 77 cents/lb.....dh wanted me to get one and I said no because they are usually much cheaper than that!

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