As Thanksgiving rapidly approaches, it’s time to get serious about preparations. Buying a giant turkey is always a huge part of the holiday’s expense, but members of Amazon Prime will be able to save a chunk of change this year.
As Amazon and Whole Foods recently teamed up, Amazon Prime members enjoy many sales and deals at Whole Foods throughout the year, but as Turkey Day rolls around, they’ll be able to save 50 cents per pound of turkey. So how much will that save you exactly?
With both organic and regular options available, without the discount these will cost $3.49 per pound and $2.49 per pound. With the Amazon Prime membership, these will cost $2.99 per pound and $1.99 per pound, respectively. These may seem like small savings, but the more turkey you have to buy, the more savings you accrue.
The deal started on November 13th and will continue on through Thanksgiving Day, November 28th (while supplies last!). You can even reserve a turkey online in advance, with the ability to pick it up in-store at your convenience.
For many, every dollar saved counts, and can even go towards Black Friday shopping and early Christmas shopping.
Will you be buying a turkey from Whole Foods this year?