Need a Turkey for Thanksgiving in the Capital Region? Be Thankful For This Deal
With Halloween officially in the rear-view window, the next major holiday on the calendar is Thanksgiving.
For sports fans, Thanksgiving is a top-tier holiday. You can gather with family and friends, and have an excuse to eat, drink and watch football all day. It's encouraged that you mix a nap into the proceedings at some point, and when it's all over, you can eat the leftovers the next day.
It's paradise on Earth, and if you're still in the midst of planning your Turkey Day party, we may have the perfect deal for you.
BJ's Wholesale Club Locations Offering Turkey Day Deal to Members
As reported in a story by ABC News 10 in Albany, BJ's Wholesale Club locations are set to offer a huge Thanksgiving deal to its members, one that could give you and your family a free turkey for Turkey Day 2022.
Since I'm a sports writer and fan, I'm going to break down the details as if it were a trade. The specifics of the trade are as follows:
- OUT: $150 (or more) singular transaction online or in-store from November 1 to November 10
- IN: a digital coupon for a free Butterball Turkey
- CONDITIONS: members must create an account of BJs.com so they can get the coupon delivered to them in a digital format.
- RESULT: pick up your turkey, fresh or frozen, from November 12 to November 23
This trade seems like a no-brainer for the "General Manager" in your household, so if you're a member at a local BJ's Club, it may be worth checking out.
If you're looking to take advantage of this deal, here are the closest locations to the Albany metropolitan area:
- Albany: 01440 Central Ave. Albany, NY 12205
- Rotterdam: 70 W Campbell Rd. Rotterdam, NY 12306
- Saratoga Springs: 3067 Route 50 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
- Pittsfield (MA): 495 Hubbard Ave. Pittsfield, MA 01201
This isn't an advertisement for BJ's; it's simply a shout-out to them for a good-hearted deal during an economic time in which people could use a break. As a holiday, Thanksgiving has its purpose written within its name: it's an opportunity to give thanks for the things you have.
If you're able to take advantage of this deal, then it's one more thing you can be thankful *not* to have to think about ahead of Turkey Day.