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    Default Thanksgiving Bird Prices

    How much are turkeys going for this year in DR? Im sure they have went up with everything else.

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    The last time I checked in el Supermercado Nacional and this was about 2 months ago
    it was a little more than $1000 pesos.That was for a 10 pounder,so you can imagine
    what a bigger one will cost.

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    Butterall Turkeys are 89 rd per lb. in Nacional and a bit less in Pola.

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    i saw turkey in jose luis in POP, 1500 pesos. imported too because it still had a sticker with an american price: 10 dollars....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    i saw turkey in jose luis in POP, 1500 pesos. imported too because it still had a sticker with an american price: 10 dollars....
    I bought a whole pig for 4000 pesos one day before Christmas eve 2011.
    The whole street enjoyed the party roasting it and eating the next day.

    Of course we had to kill it first

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    Pricey. You might be better off going to Rocky's for 599RD, much of which goes to children's charities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRob View Post
    Pricey. You might be better off going to Rocky's for 599RD, much of which goes to children's charities.
    Don't start about charities with me !
    A lot of you gringo's come to support the single mothers for a day.
    And then make remarks like yours!

    And you're damn right that's pricey!
    Pigs are a lot cheaper when you buy a few days ahead. About 2500 pesos a pig.
    I didn't mind though.
    The whole neighbourhood was helping killing the pig.
    We danced and laughed through the night.
    Having a party outside your house in the barrio cannot compare to anything!
    Even Haitianos and Dominicans come together.

    Eso es mi cualto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Como_un_cameron View Post
    Don't start about charities with me !
    A lot of you gringo's come to support the single mothers for a day.
    And then make remarks like yours!

    And you're damn right that's pricey!
    Pigs are a lot cheaper when you buy a few days ahead. About 2500 pesos a pig.
    I didn't mind though.
    The whole neighbourhood was helping killing the pig.
    We danced and laughed through the night.
    Having a party outside your house in the barrio cannot compare to anything!
    Even Haitianos and Dominicans come together.

    Eso es mi cualto
    Hey Shrimp Gumbo,

    This thread was about the price of turkey, not a pig roast in the barrio.

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    Ooooh

    Just wanted to pount to the opportunity of fresh pig meat that's extremely more cheaper per libra.
    Last edited by Como_un_cameron; 11-21-2012 at 06:29 PM. Reason: explanation

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    la sirena, shurfresh brand full turkey was about 1200, butter ball turkey was like 1500-1700, didnt look at price per pound, i just randomly checked turkey prices.

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