It's the holidays. You can't rule anything out – even not having a turkey a day before Thanksgiving.
So if that's you, we're here to help. We visited Ferndale Foods, Save-A-Lot and Western Market to get their prices for turkeys and a few other things.
At , you can get a Honeysuckle turkey for 99 cents a pound and a Butterball for $1.99/pound.
At , you can pick up a Honeysuckle turkey for 79 cents a pound and a Butterball for $1.49/pound.
We also popped into and spoke with market owners Virginia and Steve Selvaggio about the holidays.
"We see about 1,500 patrons a day during the holidays," Steve Selvaggio said.
Western Market sells Amish brand turkeys for $1.99 a pound but you also can buy the individual parts of the turkey if you're looking for a smaller-style Thanksgiving dinner. The turkey wings and legs are $1.69 per pound, also Amish brand.
Selvaggio said a big seller during the holiday season, which starts for him right about now, are the poinsettias. "We sell about 400 or 500 of these a season," he said.
Poinsettias range from $4.99 for the small ones to $34.99 for the monster ones.
What is something that might not generally be an item for a Thanksgiving feast? Oysters.
"It's something I never really thought about but we sell a lot of oysters during Thanksgiving," Selvaggio said. "People put them in the stuffing for richness I heard."
Oysters, however, aren't the cheapest things around. For 8 ounces, they come in at $7.99.
So, there's no need to go turkeyless this Thanksgiving, unless that's your diet. And, you might as well as a few oysters to the stuffing while you're at it.