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It's Almost Thanksgiving And Whole Foods Just Started A Huge Sale

It's still no Aldi, but Whole Foods is offering discounts on Thanksgiving staples ahead of our massive national food orgy.

Posted on November 16, 2017, at 11:13 a.m. ET

Whole Foods has been running splashy sales on all of its excessively pricey foods since it was acquired by ruthless price-chopping overlord Amazon earlier this year, and never has this been bigger news than the week before Thanksgiving. It's still not Aldi-level cheap, but shopping at Whole Foods may no longer require your whole paycheck, as Amazon sets out to erase its new plaything's evil nickname.

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Let's start with the main event — turkeys, which are now $2.49 a pound, or $3.49 if you want an organic bird. This means you can get a 12-pound turkey at Whole Foods for the low LOW price of $30 to $42. (FWIW, Kroger is selling turkeys for $0.59 per pound for loyalty card shoppers, and Butterballs at Aldi are $0.99 per pound.)

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Chicken breast is $3.99 a pound at Whole Foods, or $5.99 per pound for the organic variety.

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This organic stuffing is $0.99 cheaper this week, at $3 per bag.

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While a bag of gluten-free stuffing is now $6.99 at Whole Foods, after the $2 discount. Aldi has a gluten-free stuffing for $2.89 per bag.

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Locally grown cranberries are 15% off in a New York Whole Foods.

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And turkey gravy is $0.49 off at $2.50 per box.

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Cornbread mix at $2 per bag is discounted by 33%.

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Now, let's talk potatoes, Thanksgiving's glorious side dish. Russets are about half off at $0.59 per pound.

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Sweet potatoes are 10% less than normal at $0.89 per pound. (They're $0.38 per pound at Kroger.)

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And these organic yams at Whole Foods are 25% off at $1.49 per pound.

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Pumpkin and sweet potato purees are two for $5.

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Bags of green beans are $4.99 each, a buck less than normal.

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While broccoli is half off at $1.49 per pound and organic broccoli is 38% off at $2.49 per pound.

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The organic sparkling cider is $0.50 less than normal at Whole Foods, which is probably a better deal than the liquor store will give you.

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