Whole Foods Is Making Thanksgiving Dinner Cheaper

Whole Foods Is Making Thanksgiving Dinner Cheaper

If you still haven’t finished (or started) your Thanksgiving shopping, we have good news and bad news. Let’s start with the bad news: I mean, the crowds. It’s the weekend before the biggest food holiday of the year, people, so brace yourselves. The good news: Whole Foods just lowered its prices on some of your Turkey-Day favorites.

So you may have to fight someone for the last can of pumpkin, but at least it’ll be on sale.

The rollbacks include lots of holiday essentials, like sweet and russet potatoes, canned pumpkin, broccoli, eggs, milk, broths and olive oil.

And if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can also save on the main event — turkey. With a printable coupon you can get 20% off whole turkeys (now $1.99 per pound, down from $2.49) or 14% off whole organic turkeys (down to $2.99 per pound from $3.49).

Of course, if your Thanksgiving shopping has been long completed (seriously, what’s your secret?), you can still get the savings, at least on turkey. According to the site’s FAQs, you can take your receipt of the full-priced turkey and coupon to the store where you purchased it, and you’ll receive a store credit for the difference.

It seems these price cuts, a result from Amazon’s acquisition of the popular grocer, won’t be the last.

“These are the latest new lower prices in our ongoing integration and innovation with Amazon, and we’re just getting started,” said John Mackey, Whole Foods Market co-founder and CEO in a statement. “We’ll continue to work closely together to ensure we’re consistently surprising and delighting our customers.”

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