As a vegetarian, eggs make up the main source of my protein.
Yes, I can have eggs and milk as a vegetarian.
That’s veganism you’re thinking of.
Lately, a trip to the grocery store to get my protein source of choice has just about ended in tears.
A few weeks ago, I spent TEN BUCKS on 18 eggs. That’s ridiculous.
If I had the time (and money) I’d be raising my own chickens by now.
They are blaming egg prices on inflation and that pesky bird flu that’s affecting hundreds of coops.
But who knows if that’s really true, am I right?!
THANKFULLY, the price of eggs has gone down just a little bit over the last couple of weeks, but we are still spending a pretty penny for something that a chicken poops out.
According to Yahoo, the price of eggs is “70.1% higher than they were a little over a year ago in January 2022.”
That adds up to a chunk of change over time, right?
Well, we’ve gathered a list of places you can find cheap eggs right now and you can thank me later…
Here’s Where You Can Find The Cheapest Eggs
Now, keep in mind that egg prices can fluctuate in different markets.
These prices are just an example of one specific area of the country.
However, if you’re lucky enough, you will see cheaper egg prices now or even soon!
I will say this, I’ve noticed that my Trader Joe’s has offered cheap eggs this entire time but getting them is another story because they typically sell out fast.
- Aldi $2.59 per dozen
- Dollar General $3.50 per dozen
- Sam’s Club $3.72 per dozen
- Whole Foods $3.79 per dozen
- Trader Joe’s $4.49 per dozen
- Food Lion $2.29 per dozen
- Costco $6.71 per 2 dozen
- Harris Teeter $2.69 per dozen
- Safeway $4.89 per dozen