BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Thanksgiving is just one week away and families across the country are getting ready for their annual feasts. But according to the American Farm Bureau’s 37th annual survey, you should expect to pay a little extra for the turkey and all the trimmings this year. The average cost of this year’s classic Thanksgiving feast for 10 people has increased by 20 percent from last year. Grocery stores like Aldi and Safeway are pushing some deals to get you the best bang for your buck.
We want to know: Has inflation affected your thanksgiving plans?
No it hasn’t
We are serving turkey and all the trimmings!! I shop bargainsKaren Sullivan, Facebook User
No, not really, deals are out there if you look. Costco still has those large bottles of Cook’s Champagne, cheap. I’m good.Jeff Woods, Facebook User
This is a non-scientific poll conducted by 17 News. It is posted to KGET’s social media sites daily for varying amounts of time at varying times of day. Viewers can vote more than once. It is not representative of Kern County as a whole.