Get a Cheaper Turkey From Whole Foods With This Amazon Prime Coupon

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The Amazon-Whole Foods merger means more than being able to pick up an Echo next time you’re looking for organic sunflower seeds or whatever people buy at Whole Foods.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can also pick up some savings for your Thanksgiving table.

Amazon Prime members can log in and print a coupon to save on turkey at Whole Foods through Nov. 26. “These turkeys are animal welfare rated, sourced from farms Whole Foods Market knows, and raised with no antibiotics, ever,” the company stated in a news release.

The coupon drops the price for whole organic turkeys from $3.49 per pound to $2.99 per pound. If you want a regular whole turkey — what does a non-organic turkey eat during its brief lifetime? Doritos? Twinkies? — that’ll cost you $1.99 per pound with the coupon instead of the usual $2.49 per pound.

The USDA shows recent per-pound prices at around 85 cents for frozen turkey and around $1.67 for fresh turkey.

Whole Foods has also lowered prices on additional ingredients you might need for your Thanksgiving spread, including eggs, potatoes, canned pumpkin and olive oil.

Lisa Rowan is a senior writer and producer at The Penny Hoarder, who begs you not to try going to Whole Foods on Thanksgiving Eve. Spare yourselves.