The U.S. Department of Agriculture approximates 248 million turkeys graced the Thanksgiving tables of Americans in 2011. Frozen turkeys are a big money saver in the first place, but look for additional savings if you purchase a certain amount of groceries at the same store. Check the supermarket circulars for discount prices on turkeys. Some people may be able to exchange labor on a turkey farm for a free bird. Clipping coupons certainly seems an easier option than chopping turkey necks so look for coupons in the Sunday paper. Once you have saved big on the bird, look for frugal options on the trimmings, too.
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