Butterball Turkey Coupon November 2013 - New $3/1 Butterball TurkeyLiving Rich With Coupons®

New $3/1 Butterball Whole Turkey Coupon + Saving Star Offer + Rebates!

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Butterball Turkey Coupon

There is an awesome new coupon available to print!  The coupon is for $3.00 off on any fresh or frozen Butterball Whole Turkey when you buy ANY combination of FOUR packages of: Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls, Green Giant Canned Vegetables, Betty Crocker Stuffing OR Betty Crocker boxed potatoes (except Potato Buds or Betty Crock Pouch).

Print: Butterball Turkey Coupon

There is also a Butterball Saving Star eCoupon available:

We should start seeing some great deals on Turkeys in the upcoming weeks as the holidays approach.  Plus if you get a free turkey and “upgrade” to a Butterball, you can use this coupon to reduce the price even more which is what I love to do.

I love this time of the year :)

There are also a couple of Butterball Turkey Rebates available if you are interested:

  • Save $5.00 with a mail in rebate when you purchase a Butterball® Fresh or Frozen Whole Turkey and a Masterbuilt® Indoor Electric Fryer or Oil-free Electric Fryer.
  • Save $2.00 on any Butterball® Whole Turkey or Whole Turkey Breast when you buy a bottle of Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi.

Print: Butterball Turkey Rebate


  • Eileen Burke

    Quick question (I always get confused about this): When using a coupon like this, can you also use a coupon on the required items? For example, could I use coupons specifically for crescent rolls and this $3/1 butterball coupon at the same time or does it have to be one or the other? Thanks.

    • Laura D.

      That always depends on your store and what they allow. One store will allow me to do that all the time, the other will not. HTH!

  • whithanna07

    How in the world.would you be able to get a “free” turkey and then “upgrade”? Im confused…

    • http://livingrichwithcoupons.com/ Cindy Livesey

      At ShopRite, for instance, you get a FREE ShopRite Frozen Turkey which is, let’s say for this example, $0.99/lb. If you prefer a fresh ShopRite brand or say a Butterball Turkey instead you can get that and pay the difference. So, say the Butterball Turkey is $1.59/lb (just an example). You would have to pay the difference of $0.60/lb.

  • Just Me

    No bar code on my coupon each time I print it out. My Java is updated to the latest version.

  • hmorin07

    Hi, would you mind confirming if I could buy say 4 crescent rolls vs a combination of 4 of the products?

    Thanks so much.










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