Turkeys are surprisingly expensive.
Buying one big enough to feed the whole family can set you back a fair amount. And with all the other Christmas costs piling up, things can start to get out of hand.
Luckily, budget supermarket Lidl is offering this seasons cheapest bird – at just £3.95 per kg.
Which is great news for our hungry family and even better news for our long-suffering bank balances.
The whole fresh British turkey will be available to buy from 19 December, and will be the perfect centrepiece for your festive feast this year.
When you compare it to other supermarkets, you can see just how much of a bargain youll be getting.
Waitrose appear to be selling their turkey for £5 per kg, while Tescos are just behind Lidl at £4 per kg and Morrison are marketing theirs at £4.92 per kg.
So for seasonal savers, the choice couldnt be clearer.
The German grocers are also offering an exclusive, free range Deluxe Silver Slate Turkey – a rare breed of bird reared on RSPCA assured farms.
Its more than double the price, at £8.99 per kg, but its claimed to boast a rich and succulent flavour – perfect for the more discerning turkey lover.