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Compare Thanksgiving Turkey Prices Around McLean

Where are you buying your gobbler this holiday?

It's just about turkey time, but how much are you willing to spend on this year's Thanksgiving bird? 

Expect turkey prices to be slightly higher this year, reports the American Farm Bureau Federation, rising from $21.57 to $22.23 for the average 16-pound turkey. The 66-cent price increase is attributed to a slight rise in demand, rather than a supply shortage.

For most American families, the turkey remains the main attraction and most expensive part of the meal, according to the AFBF.

Check out our roundup of turkey prices at stores in and around McLean.

Prices were gathered from the store's weekly circulars and calls to sales associates. Some prices require minimum purchases and quantities are limited. Contact store for details.

Giant, 1454 Chain Bridge Road, McLean

  • Fresh Grade A Turkey: 99 cents per pound
  • Frozen Grade A Turkey: 59 cents per pound

Safeway, 1330 Chain Bridge Road, McLean

  • Safeway Turkey: 59 cents per pound
  • Shadybrook Farms Fresh Turkey: 99 cents per pound
  • Butterball Turkey: 88 cents per pound

Whole Foods, 7511 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church

  • Fresh Organic Turkey: $3.99 per pound
  • Fresh Brined Turkey: $2.99 per pound
  • Fresh Heirloom Turkey: $3.49 per pound
  • Fresh Free Range Turkey: $2.49 per pound
  • Fresh Boneless Turkey Breast: $6.99 per pound

Balducci's, 6655 Old Dominion Dr., McLean

  • Fresh Natural Turkey: $2.99 per pound
  • Fresh Organic Turkey: $3.99 per pound

8200 Crestwood Heights Dr., McLean

  • Fresh Turkey: $1.29 per pound

Check out Patch's Grocery Specials page for more local deals. 

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