I picked up our turkey the other night at Giant Eagle. Giant Eagle brand turkeys are 29 cents per pound and last year the butcher at Giant Eagle told me that Honeysuckle White packages the turkeys under the GE label (don't forget to grab one or two the day after Thanksgiving). My 20-plus pound turkey was $5.88. I almost felt bad paying such a low price. But, I was grateful.
Today, I stopped in at our local natural foods store (because food at the grocery store is not natural) to pick up some yeast (yeast is much cheaper in bulk -- I buy a quarter pound of baking yeast for $1.00). I was near the checkout when I noticed a sign advertising their (frozen) organic, free-range turkeys. They are $4.07 per pound. That would make my 20-plus pound turkey over $80.
Even if it was the best-tasting turkey in the world, could it be worth the difference of $75? I say, no way. With gravy and cranberry sauce and a bite of stuffing, I can't imagine we would even know the difference.