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Aldi Reveals Turkey Prices for Christmas

December 16, 2017, 12:00 PM

Budget supermarket Aldi has released its price list for turkeys this Christmas.

There are four kinds available.

The range of birds will be available from Tuesday 19th December, so you’ll have time to get one in before the big day.

Aldi said, “On the day when only the best will do, choose from our selection of exceptional turkeys.

“From free range, hand-reared birds to turkey parcels glazed with orange and prosecco, all are prized for their flavour and succulence, and all at an unbeatable price.”

Here’s a look at what birds are on offer.

1. Specially Selected Exquisite Rumburg Hand Finished Free Range Bronze Whole Turkey

This free range turkey was a won the title of Best Turkey at the 2017 Supermeat and Fish Christmas awards.

It costs £8.99 per kilo, and serves 11-13 people.

2. Specially Selected Exquisite Free Range Bronze Turkey Crown

This free range turkey was the Runner-up for Best Turkey at the 2017 Supermeat and Fish Christmas Awards.

It costs £14.99 per kilo and serves 7-11 people.

3. Specially Selected Fresh British Free Range Pure Bred Poly Bronze Turkey

This free range turkey was reared to high standards on farms in East Anglia.

It is £6.29 per kilo, and serves 6-12, depending on size.

4. Specially Selected Stuffed Turkey Parcel

This Christmas special is a turkey topped with bacon, and wrapped around parcels of either sage and shallot stuffing, or cranberry and thyme stuffing, topped with an orange prosecco glaze.

The turkey is £8.99, and serves 6-8 people, it is also on sale now.

Also in Aldi are the Kevin and Katie carrot soft toys. Selling out across the country, they're proving hard to find and being flogged on ebay for TEN TIMES the price. We've created a free stock informer to help.

However, you may want to avoid December 22nd and 23rd. New research from Kantar Worldpanel suggests it'll be the busiest time to shop. A record number of people are expected in supermarkets.

AgnesFaludiover a year ago

It is still expensive when u buy a whole TURKEY...than u roast it for hours and than u have a huge leftover. I would prefer just the breast...

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