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    Got the Kroger ad via email this morning. $0.49/pound turkeys with Kroger card.
    with purchase of $20 or more..yadda yadda yadda... you know how the ads read.
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    I bought a turkey at Kroger here last week for $.37/lb with $10 purchase.
    I'm not even cooking turkey for Thanksgiving - going to my father's that day.
    I just went ahead and bought one for Christmas and put it in the freezer.
    They only had 2 sizes - 13 lbs (smaller than I wanted) and 20 lbs (larger than I needed).
    Since the limit was 1 turkey per customer, I bought a 20 pounder.
    Lots of leftover turkey for sandwiches, soups, etc.

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    we got ours on saturday at .39/lb with $20 purchase. I did a order and dh did an order. We both got 25lb turkeys The turkeys were $30(regular price) and we spent $29(even with the min $20 and the turkey..lol) per order...lol

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    Safeway (East Coast version of Krogers) offers the same sale. I purchased 2, my Mom purchased 2 (she's supplying our turkey this year). So I have 2 stuffed in my freezer for future use.

    They also had a sale of london broils for $1.99/lb so I got 4 beautiful ones for the freezer as well.

    Needless to say... my grocery budget is .... empty.

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    We're in the .39 Kroger tier. I don't usually buy one because I don't like the dark meat, but I'm thinking of getting one this year. I could cut off the legs and thighs for a pot of turkey broth some day. But maybe not. I'm thinking about it.

    I'm still loading up on their canned goods sale, and want to get a spiral ham. My grocery budget will be empty by the end of the day too!

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    We do not have a Kroger in our area.

    Tops has them for .38 a pound with a $ 25 purchase.
    Limit 1. Frozen 10 to 20 pounders.

    Price Chopper has a coupon for a FREE turkey with a
    $ 50 purchase. Limit 1. Bird can weigh up to 20 pounds.
    I am thinking of checking out this deal this week, but if I can't
    find items I am happy with the price on, then it won't be the
    best deal. But it might be. So I will visit the store later this week.

    Super Walmart has them for .68 a pound. No limit. No
    minimum purchase. I did buy a nice one there last week.
    Just under $ 10.

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    my kroger advertised $.37lba but when i got there it was .29lb and so was martins both had a minimum $25 purchase and one turkey per transaction

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