How to get a Rotisserie Chicken for Half Price @ Walmart
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- Find out the roasting schedule at your local Wal-Mart. It can change from day-to-day, but usually doesn’t vary much. They cook new batches of birds every three hours. So, if you find out they started the first batch at 10:30 a.m., you can count on another batch coming out at 1:30 p.m.
- Be at the store during the third hour since the last batch was cooked. You can check the time-stamp on the container to see if you’re there at the right time. Using the example above, you would need to arrive at the store at 12:30 p.m.
- Pick up your two-hour-old chickens from the front of the store and walk to the deli counter where they’re made. (Usually in the back.)
- Ask the deli-counter worker to mark them down for you. (Mention that they’re in the third hour of life, of course.)
- The worker will print out a new price sticker and attach it to the container.
The price varies around the country, but here in Texas, chickens that sell for close to $5 (plus the premium chickens which sell for $7) are marked down to $1.99 each.
You can’t even buy fresh chickens for that price!