Whole Foods and Amazon are offering special deals on turkeys, sweet potatoes, cranberries, broths and more through Thanksgiving Day for Prime members.

Lauren Wicks
November 15, 2019

It's time to start planning your Turkey Day menu, and the earlier you can shop, the better. Most of us know what it feels like to show up to the supermarket a day or two before Thanksgiving, only to discover half of our grocery list is completely out of stock. Now's the perfect time to start doing your Thanksgiving shopping at Whole Foods, as they are offering some pretty impressive deals right now—especially for Amazon Prime members.

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Amazon and Whole Foods Market are running Thanksgiving specials through November 28 on Turkey Day essentials—and their organic turkey prices are pretty unbeatable. Prime members save biggest on turkeys—a classic bird costs $1.99 per pound, while organic costs $2.99. This deal is even better than Trader Joe's, which sells organic turkeys for $3.49 per pound.

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Non-Prime members will still get to join in on the holiday savings at Whole Foods, as organic turkeys cost $3.49 per pound and classic turkeys cost $2.49 per pound without a membership. Customers can reserve their turkeys in advance at holiday.wholefoodsmarket.com and pick up their turkey in store to be eligible for these savings.

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According to a press release, all turkeys sold at Whole Foods Market must meet the grocer's strict quality standards. All turkeys are free of antibiotics, fed a diet without any animal byproducts and have passed animal welfare audits by third-party certifier programs like Global Animal Partnership.

And the best part? The Thanksgiving savings don't stop there for Prime members. You can also save big on other Turkey Day must-haves, like sweet potatoes, broths and soups, ready-to-bake biscuits and rolls, fresh cranberries and pie crusts.

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