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    Loblaw's has Butterball turkeys @1.39 per pound plus a $3 off coupon. Dec 11- Dec 13
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    Does anyone know the average size or cost of one? Thanks!

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    I just found the $3 coupon in the ClipNSave booklet (think it came with Can. Living mag)...coupon says Butterball Stuffed Turkey upc 06004981 exp 31dec09..
    Hope these are part of the sale too!

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    Be careful which coupon you have, some are for the stuffed ones only, and they always cost more.

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    The ones on sale are the stuffed ones and the coupon is on the flyer

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    I was going to use the store coupon with my manufactures coupon to get $6.00 off. My store allows both.

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    Is $1.39lb a good price? Do you think they might come on sale cheaper closer to Christmas? I have a $25 butterball coupon and was wondering what the best price for these. I have never tried one before they are always more expensive than the regular turkeys

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    walmart has turkey for $0.88 a lb.

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    I just got back from No Frills on Erin Mills Parkway in Mississauga and bought a frozen young turkey, grain-fed, for 89 cents a pound.

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    Its not the greatest price, but it is a stuffed Butterball turkey and can be cooked from frozen which I like, plus $6.00 off is worth my checking it out tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellcalm View Post
    I was going to use the store coupon with my manufactures coupon to get $6.00 off. My store allows both.
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    I'm gonna try using both here too! Mom got her turkey in the states, but will pick one up for New Years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp37 View Post
    Is $1.39lb a good price? Do you think they might come on sale cheaper closer to Christmas? I have a $25 butterball coupon and was wondering what the best price for these. I have never tried one before they are always more expensive than the regular turkeys
    For Butterball, yes it's a good price!
    Where I am, regular turkeys usually go on sale for .99/lb through the season. Lucky those who get .88!
    However, I'd sure buy one without stuffing. You have to cook the pre-stuffed ones from frozen, and cooking time is way longer. Also there's just that bigger chance of contamination...
    http://www.butterball.ca/english/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniffasale View Post
    I just got back from No Frills on Erin Mills Parkway in Mississauga and bought a frozen young turkey, grain-fed, for 89 cents a pound.
    I bought one there, too! Lilydale grain fed... good deal! 7-9kg for $16.61

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    I have my turkey but will pick up the smallest I can as we cook a turkey about once a month as we love them. Zehrs has the coupon as well for the stuffed this is an awesome price I believe it's usually around $1.99-$2.19 per lb

    I think I just BZZZZZ turkey
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    Quote Originally Posted by 23edge View Post
    walmart has turkey for $0.88 a lb.
    im going to no frills tmmrw to get them to match it plus give me 10% off

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