Turkeys gobble, but they don’t go cheap: Thanksgiving meal costs skyrocket

Turkeys in Arizona were expected to cost almost 65% more than they did last year, when this picture was taken. Turkey was the biggest cost increase in the ingredients for a traditional Thanksgiving meal, which was expected to be up 45% over last year, according to the Arizona Farm Bureau. (Nam Y Huh/AP/Shutterstock)

Turkeys in Arizona were expected to cost almost 65% more than they did last year, when this picture was taken. Turkey was the biggest cost increase in the ingredients for a traditional Thanksgiving meal, which was expected to be up 45% over last year, according to the Arizona Farm Bureau. (Nam Y Huh/AP/Shutterstock)

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