Even though Halloween is Tuesday, it seems grocery stores have their minds on Thanksgiving.
We got the ads early, so I have the scoop on where you want to buy your turkey this year!
Turkeys are going to be flying out of grocery stores this week because there are too many deals to pass up.
Fry's Food has a deal, if you buy Smithfield spiral sliced ham for $2.99 per pound, you'll get a free 10 to 16 pound Grade A frozen turkey.
While you're there, don't forget the fruit!
Get 16 ounces of strawberries or six ounces of raspberries and blueberries for a deal, four for five bucks.
Bashas’ will price match any Grade A frozen turkey from Fry's Food, Albertsons, and Safeway.
They are also having a lightning sale on Friday focused on Thanksgiving deals, like their Norbest turkey breast for 97 cents per pound.
Make apple pie with Honeycrisp apples; they're 75 cents per pound.
And shop any day this week and get 40 percent off the Oscar Meyer brand.
Safeway and Albertsons will price match a frozen Grade A turkey from Fry's Food and Bashas’.
Safeway and Albertsons also have five-pound bags of russet potatoes on sale for $2.47 each.
Shop Food City on Wednesday and pay 99 cents for three pounds of Roma tomatoes, limes, green cabbage and Mexican squash.
Go back on Thursday and spend $1.27 per pound for boneless chicken leg meat.