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Thanksgiving is right around the corner. And that means your turkey-time list is getting longer. Like just about every other mama, you’re totally into saving money. And you’re going to do that at…Whole Foods? Yep. At Whole Foods. Hey, when Amazon took over the formerly high-priced grocery store we all marveled at the less expensive avocados and sales on whole roasted chickens. Well, Amazon is back at it again. And here’s how it can help your Thanksgiving meal out.
Amazon wants to save you money — just about all the time. It’s kind of their thing. But you keep forgetting that Whole Foods is now an Amazon store. That is, until you see how the formerly online-only retailer is slashing prices.
Whole Foods recent price cuts include Thanksgiving fixings galore. You’ll see lower prices on sweet potatoes, canned pumpkin and (most importantly) turkey. So what do these discounts look like? Organic turkeys are now $3.49 per pound and non-antibiotic turkeys are down to $2.49 per pound. Oh, and if you’re a Prime member, you get an even deeper discount.
That’s right, Amazon Prime members can save an extra $0.50 on both types of turkeys. Yay!
Will Amazon’s new prices at Whole Foods get you to shop at the store? Share your thoughts in the comments below.