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Free Turkey and Walmart and Aldi Price Rollbacks

November 4th, 2022 at 04:59 pm

Today I went to my Weis grocery store and redeemed 400 club card points for a free turkey. I take advantage of this promotion every year. I got a 13.47 lb. turkey regularly priced at $25.46 for free. The quality is always very good. I don't host Thanksgiving, or serve it for my Christams Eve meal so this goes into the freezer for future use!

Walmart put out a press release that they were rolling back prices on certain food items to last year's prices to help customers afford holiday meals. Aldi also announced rolling back prices on some items to 2019 prices. I don't shop at the Walmart that is closest to me, but I was curious so I drove over to the nearest Aldi and oh my goodness the place was packed! I didn't stay. 

Safeway had a sale on boneless, skinless chicken breasts at $2.99 a pound. My family has requested that I make my BBQ pulled chicken for Christmas Eve so I went to buy a few packs as this is the best price I have seen lately. It was flying out of the case so I snagged 2 value packs. I spent $22.09 and saved $7.39. This spend comes out of my Christmas fund. 

I also bought the half gallon size of my creamer, it was on sale for $5.99 (regular price was $6.99). This hardly ever goes on sale, and they have been out of it the last few times I went in. I may go back and get another one to stock up. 

I am glad to be finding some sales and promotions on food items to help make the holidays a bit more affordable!

3 Responses to “Free Turkey and Walmart and Aldi Price Rollbacks”

  1. Lots of Ideas Says:

    Last week my grocery store, which is part of Albertson’s family of stores, had 5 lb of potatoes, 3 pounds of onions, 2 pounds of baby carrots each for $1.47. They also had eye of the round roasts, which is my favorite cut, and I got a 3 lb roast for $8.00. Original price was $20!
    I cut it in half, and the half I cooked I got 5 meals from (I just feed me, I varied the veggies) The clincher was butter for $3.49 per pound! I bought three pounds, which will last months in the freezer.

    I don’t have a car so I walk everywhere. I’ll avoid the long explanation, but I decided to try delivery, which I found was the same cost as taking a taxi home from the store. I bought other things that were on sale and some things I can’t get at stores that are closer to me.

    I was nervous about it but it went really well. A few things weren’t available but nothing I was counting on so no big deal. They kept me informed of progress via text.

    All this to say that there are sales out there. I expect a sale on sugar and flour in the next few weeks and I hope it pairs with chicken breasts because I can’t justify the delivery expense every week.

  2. Amber Says:

    Way to go on the Turkey.
    I didn’t see the Walmart announcement, thanks.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Well done on the turkey! I didn't see the announcement for Walmart or Aldi either. It would be nice if more stores did some promotions as well. I hope Lots of Ideas is right about the sugar and baking things because I will be baking cookies for our Christmas bazaar.

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