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Butterball or Frozen Turkeys $1.47lb (Grade A, all available sizes) October 1-7 in Ontario

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[Metro] Butterball or Frozen Turkeys $1.47lb (Grade A, all available sizes) October 1-7 in Ontario

Butterball or Frozen Turkeys $1.67lb (Grade A, all available sizes)
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Fortino's has Butterball on for $1.49 / LB and frozen grad A for $1.29 / LB
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Add Ontario to title. Metro Quebec stores have different flyers $1.44 LB for utility turkeys.
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King31 wrote: Fortino's has Butterball on for $1.49 / LB and frozen grad A for $1.29 / LB
Yeah, I saw that last week. Great deal. Some might be able to price match at other stores.
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If you want to get ahead of the crowd, there's a flash sale going on Today + Tomorrow at Loblaw/Zehrs/Independent on PC and Butterball Turkeys. Fixed Price + Points depending on the size. The smaller ones (3-5kg) are an okay deal, but the larger sizes are pretty smoking (In the 1.30-1.60/LB range, depending on what size you can get).
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Free turkey at RCSS if spending over $250. FYI. Not for everybody, but if you shop there anyway,
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Correction $1.47lb, not $1.67lb.
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After you've tried DIY brining at home there's no going back to Butterball/PC Butter infused, they just taste weird/inferior.

But If you're not into home brining, the Butterball "Naturally Inspired" raised without antibiotics is very good, by far the best tasting of the pre-brined, On sale for $1.77LB at Sobey's Oct 1-7 (ad says they are under 7kg)
https://www.butterball.ca/naturally-ins ... 12955-90a3
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In No frills flyer ending today they had Utility Turkeys advertised $12 for 3-5kg, $18 for 5-7kg, $24 for 7-9kg, $30 for 9-11kg, HOWEVER at my NF in Toronto all the birds were actually GRADE A at the same price as advertised for the utility. Picked up a 6.5kg for $18 = $1.26/LB. I expect the prices will not change going into this new week
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Have a feeling there will be a lot of turkey specials coming, I know I won't be getting a big turkey cuz of lockdown.. Id be eating leftovers for a month.
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The days of $0.94-0.99 per lb for turkey ended. No frills is following the walmart model of a fixed price for a range of weights, but the best scenario is still more expensive than last year.
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Fortino's has frozen Grade A for $1.29LB again this week

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