Sunday, April 15, 2012

What do you pay for Ground Beef?

Please respond to this post. I have always paid as little as possible for ground beef. As prices have risen, we switched to ground turkey because I could buy that at .99 cents a pound. Now that company was bought out and I could no longer get it. I found a new supplier and I am paying $1.55 a pound for my ground turkey. Today, at Walmart, they have ground beef on sale for $2.10 a pound. Would you pay that much? What do you typically pay? How much do you buy at one time? Do  you buy the large packages and freeze some?

I want to hear your comments and then I will tell you how much I bought at $2.09 a pound. :)

Thanks!

2 comments:

Laura said...

The cheapest I can find is $2.49 a lb.

Pennyscents said...

I bought the 3 # tubes at Pick N Save this week for $2.29 a lb, and get free buns. $2.49 a lb is the cheapest I can get ground chuck at. I know that ground beef is cheaper at Aldi's too, but I still think that is $2...twenty something there too.

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