Families across the country are beginning to prepare for the Thanksgiving season, in search of the best deals during their holiday shopping.
Last year, a survey from the American Farm Bureau Federation found the average cost of a Thanksgiving Day dinner for 10 people averaged about $49.00, which was a 75-cents decrease from 2016.
One local grocery store in Bluefield, West Virginia wants to help keep your costs down this season.
Grants Supermarket is preparing for the holiday traffic, stocking up on food items that are in high demand.
Alex Browning manages the Grants Supermarket in Bluefield, West Virginia. His store stocks up on two popular items during Thanksgiving season, turkey and ham.
Browning says the store has already offered temporary deals to help keep your cost down.
“We actually had turkey on sale for 70-cents,” said Browning. “But that was a one day thing.”
Although that sale is over, there are ways to keep your costs down. Browning says the best way to ensure you have everything you need while staying on budget for Thanksgiving is to make a grocery list.
Customers can contact a Grants location, to learn about any future deals on popular holiday items.