Posted: Mon 19th Dec 2022

Aldi slashes price of Turkeys just ahead of Christmas

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Dec 19th, 2022

Aldi has cut the price of its fresh turkeys, “to remain the cheapest of all supermarkets” this Christmas.

Landing in stores today – Monday 19th December) – shoppers can pick up a fresh, whole bird for as little as £7.98.

Aldi’s Ashfields British Whole Turkeys are now just £3.99 per kg and available in three sizes; Small (2kg – 4.49kg, serves 6-11), Medium (4.5kg – 5.99kg, serves 11-14), and Large (6kg – 8kg, serves 15-18).

The supermarket’s whole turkeys are 100% British and packed full of flavour, making them the perfect Christmas dinner centerpiece.

The supermarket is also slashing the price of its Ashfields Fresh Turkey Crown to just £8.49 per kg.

Available in a range of sizes (from 0.9kg to 4.5kg, serving 3-15), shoppers can purchase a fresh, Class A British turkey breast crown for as little as £7.64.

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