Also, through Nov. 14, BJs is having a super sale on Thanksgiving turkey, for just 89 cents a pound.
The 60-Day Trial Membership offer is for new members only, which you can activate through December 30, 2015. The trial membership includes full member benefits with no surcharge.
Download and print a free 60-day membership card here, then present it at the member services desk at their local club to activate. With your card, you’ll be able to buy a Butterball Turkey for about 50 cents a pound less than the going rate.
Last year, the average price of a frozen whole turkey between 8-16 pounds was nearly $1.19 per pound, up from about $1.03 in 2013. According to the USDA, the current national average cost that same size frozen turkey this year is $1.37 per pound. So you can save nearly 50 cents a pound at BJ’s, while supplies last.
These are top quality Butterball Turkeys, all natural, gluten free and raised without hormones on American farms.
- Turkey tip: Frozen turkeys need several days to thaw. A week before the family gathering, take the turkey out of the freezer. Leave the turkey in the packaging and rest it breast side up on a sheet pan. Place the sheet pan in the refrigerator and allow one day of thawing for every four pounds of turkey.
BJ’s Wholesale Club is the only warehouse club to accept manufacturers’ coupons from newspapers and online. In addition, BJ’s issues its own coupons, and you can combine both types of coupons to maximize savings.