Winco Free Turkey
WinCo Free Turkey is giving away a turkey when you purchase $100 worth of groceries. There isn’t a size restriction on the turkey. Chances are you will be spending a lot of money on groceries this week, so this is a good way to save money.
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All stores in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Utah will be giving away free Turkey with a $100 purchase from now through Thanksgiving Day 2019. Premium and fresh are not included in the grade A frozen turkey. Limit 1 per family, displayed marked cases only, brands may vary; limited to stock on hand, not valid on previous purchases Select turkey from marked cases if you want to bring your purchase to the check stand. Purchase requirement must be met after all other discounts and before taxes or fees, the price of turkey does not count.
We have been gathering the best turkey prices to help you save the most money this holiday. We have information about the WinCo free turkey deal.
Starting Monday, November 14th, you can get a free turkey with a $125 purchase through Thanksgiving. This year, it’s up $25 compared to last year.
Stores are limited to stock on hand and there is a limit on how many a family can have. WinCo Foods locations are participating in the event.
Pick your turkey and bring it to the checkout along with the rest of your order in order to get your free turkey. After all discounts, taxes and fees must be met before the $125 threshold is met. The price of a turkey does not count.
Holiday Dinner Made Easy
WinCo Foods is bringing back the Thanksgiving Dinner offer this year, another way to save money on your meal.
You will pay $59.98 for a dinner that will serve 4 – 6 people.
- Butterball Whole Cooked Turkey (10-12 lb)
- Homestyle Stuffing (22 oz)
- Green Bean Casserole (22 oz)
- Creamy Mashed Potatoes (32 oz)
- Homestyle Gravy (24 oz)
- Cranberry Orange Relish (12 oz)
- 8 inch Pumpkin Pie
- 12 ct King’s Hawaiian Rolls
- Reusable WinCo Foods Bag
The turkey and sides are already prepared so all you need to do is reheat them.
You can also get a butter sculpture of a turkey.
If you scroll down the list, you can see more details about your favorite store, but here are the best prices we are seeing at a quick glance.
The prices and offers may vary by region.
Amazon Fresh – $.99 per pound (Butterball)
Pick N Save – $1.79 per pound
Trader Joe’s – $1.99 per pound
Meijer – $0.59 per pound
Kroger – Free with $100 purchase
Acme – FREE with $300 purchase
Albertsons/Safeway – $1.29 per pound with additional $25 purchase
Weis – $0.59 per pound with 200 rewards points
QFC – $0.99 per pound with additional $25 purchase
Save A Lot – $1.69 per pound
Aldi – $1.07 per pound (Butterball)
Walmart – $0.98 per pound
Fareway – FREE with $50 meat purchase
H-E-B – FREE with purchase of ham or
H-E-B – $0.45 with $20 purchase
Hy-Vee – FREE with purchase of ham
ShopRite – FREE with $400 purchase
WinCo – FREE with $125 purchase
Lidl – $0.49 per pound with additional $35 purchase
Food Lion – $1.86 per pound with additional $35 purchase
Giant – $0.37 per pound with additional $25 purchase
Fred Meyer – $0.59 per pound with additional $50 purchase
Publix – $0.49 per pound
Winn-Dixie – $0.49 per pound
Grocery Outlet – $0.53 per pound
Target – $0.99 per pound
Costco – $0.99 per pound
Fresh Thyme – $1.49 per pound with additional $20 purchase
Whole Foods – $1.49 per pound
Cub Foods – $1.99 per pound
Sam’s Club – $1.19 per pound
If you are on a tight budget and don’t want to spend $200-$300 on a turkey this year, the Winco Free Turkey is a great deal. The price of the turkey will vary by store but it won’t be higher than $1.19 per pound. There are several other stores that offer the same deal, but some may not be as generous with the extra sides. I have been shopping at Kroger for years now and I have never seen a free turkey Sale, so I am not sure that this is a great deal.
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