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Where will you save the most on your groceries

Posted at 5:50 AM, Nov 13, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-13 09:25:01-05

Whether you're preparing for Thanksgiving or stocking up your shelves, there are some great selections at Valley grocery stores this week!

Bashas’ is helping out with the turkey! Their deal is 69 cents per pound for a frozen Grade A Norbest turkey.

Bashas’, Safeway and Albertsons will price match among each other, and Fry’son Grade A turkeys.

Fry's has a turkey deal too -- buy a spiral ham for $2.99 per pound and get a free frozen 10- to 16-pound Kroger turkey. It's not the best price for that ham, but the free turkey makes up for it!

At Safeway, if you spend $150 in a single transaction, you’ll get a free Grade A Signature Farms turkey.

Shop Food City on Thursday and get boneless skinless chicken breast for 97 cents per pound.

For sides, Bashas’ has a 10-pound bag of Russet potatoes on sale, just 98 cents with their digital coupon.

Albertsons has a good deal on Russet potatoes too -- five-pound bags for 59 cents each.

Fry's has asparagus for $1.47 per pound.

While you're there, grab a five-pound bag of California clementines for $3.99.

Shop Food City on Wednesday and get three mangoes for 99 cents. Normally you'll pay that price for just one.

At Safeway, use your digital coupon to get an 18 count of Lucerne AA Eggs for $1.47.

You’ll pay 77 cents for a dozen large Lucerne eggs at Albertsons.

Food City also has you covered for drinks; Monday through Thursday you can get two-liter bottles of Pepsi products for just 79 cents.

Safeway will keep you up with their coffee deal; pay $4.99 for Folgers, Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks and Peet’s Coffee. After you buy two, it goes back to the regular price of $6.99.

Safeway and Albertsons have a gallon of Shamrock Milk, 52 ounces of Simple Orange Juice and 32 ounces of Coffeemate Flavored Creamer for $1.67 each.

All of these ads, excluding Albertsons and Safeway, are valid through Thanksgiving Day, so whatever you're shopping for, it's sure to be a sale somewhere.