Local Grocer Slashes Turkey Prices Ahead of Christmas Holiday

Sharee B.

As the Thanksgiving holiday weekend has come and gone many families are traveling back to their homes and readying to return to work on Monday.

Grocery stores are also preparing by rearranging store shelves, bulking up inventory, and trying to keep prices competitive as shortages continue across the country. Texas residents, who are in need of a bargain just in time for the upcoming Christmas holiday, can take advantage of a special deal at their local grocers.

Butterball Turkey - Joe V's Smart ShopAuthors image

Joe V's Smart Shop, a subsidiary of the HEB chain of grocery outlets, is currently giving its shoppers the turkey deal of a lifetime. Butterball Turkeys, which typically go for around $2 to $3 per pound, have been marked down dramatically for a limited time.

Shoppers at one of their nine locations throughout the Houston metropolitan area can stock up on the delicious, butter-infused family staples for under $10 dollars as of this weekend. The price reduction is in addition to their already low prices which have remained cost-friendly all year round.

The grocery store chain, which opened several stores over the last few years, is an effort by parent company HEB to increase its retail footprint by bringing affordable prices to many Texas residents.

However, turkeys aren't the only bargains you will find to fill up your pantry or stock your shelves this holiday season. You can also snap up deals out the following brands:

  • Post
  • Hill Country
  • Yoplait
  • HEB

The store also features over fifty-one other brands to bring you the best prices and work SNAP or WIC programs created by the USDA for families who qualify. As prices are expected to rise across the country in the coming weeks, this is a deal that will surely stretch your dollar further.

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