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BOTTOM DOLLAR FOOD PROVIDES CUSTOMERS WITH TOP WAYS TO SAVE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

Unbelievably Low Holiday Prices Kick Off with Early Turkey Sale Now through Nov. 3

Nov. 1, 2013

SALISBURY, N.C. – According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, in 2012, the average cost of a Thanksgiving meal for 10 was $49.48, with the turkey accounting for nearly half of that total. Discount grocer Bottom Dollar Food won’t be beat when it comes to offering customers unbelievably low prices, and is working to give that average a run for its money.

To jumpstart the savings, the discount grocer is offering customers an early turkey sale and the top five ways to save this holiday season:

  1. Shop Early: Typically, customers have to wait until the last minute for a great deal on a Thanksgiving bird, but Bottom Dollar Food is rewarding customers who shop early with an unbelievable price on frozen turkeys today through Sunday, Nov. 3. At these prices, customers can buy one to eat now and one to save for later.
  2. Take Advantage of “Special Buys:” Every week, Bottom Dollar Food offers “Special Buys” in its weekly flyer on the products that matter most to shoppers. Customers can view the weekly flyer online for their closest store for the latest special buys on products from fresh meats and produce to their favorite snacks and holiday sides.
  3. Consider “While Supplies Last” Items: When Bottom Dollar Food finds a great deal on items it doesn’t typically carry, the discount grocer purchases them and passes the savings on to customers. These quantities are limited and usually sell out within the week, but offer some of the most unbelievable prices in the store.
  4. Try A New Brand: Bottom Dollar Food is so sure customers and their families will love the grocer’s private brands, they’re guaranteed. Customers can shop low prices on private brand items for holiday meals, and if they’re not satisfied, Bottom Dollar Food will refund their money.
  5. Don’t Forget Your Coupons: Bottom Dollar Food accepts all manufacturer coupons and has coupons readily available on its website, www.bottomdollarfood.com, that customers can print or load to their Membership Card.


Bottom Dollar Food now operates 62 stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio. The discount grocer offers customers everyday low prices throughout the store, and will beat any competitor’s price by a penny.



About Bottom Dollar Food

Bottom Dollar Food, based in Salisbury, N.C., is redefining the discount grocery model by offering private brands and the national brands that matter most to customers, in addition to fresh produce and quality meats, at discount prices and in an energetic shopping environment. Bottom Dollar Food operates 62 stores in three states – Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio. For more information, visit www.bottomdollarfood.com.