Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Walmart: $20 Thanksgiving Dinner for 8!

Looking to save on Turkey this year? Well, you may be able to do just that! Beginning today, 11/4, Walmart will be selling turkeys for just $0.40 per pound... yes, you heard me right--$0.40 per pound!

They're also dropping prices on other Thanksgiving staples--guaranteeing a Thanksgiving family feast for just $20!

Walmart’s $20 Thanksgiving feast includes:
* One 12-pound Grade A turkey
* Three 11 to 15.5-ounce cans Green Giant vegetables
* Two 14-ounce cans Ocean Spray cranberry sauce
* Three 6-ounce boxes of Stove Top stuffing
* One 5-pound bag of red potatoes
* One 12-count package of Sara Lee dinner rolls
* One 22-ounce pumpkin roll cake

**You can check out the Walmart press release for more details here.

(Thanks, MoneySavingMadness & CouponingToDisney!)


For more Walmart Deals and Walmart Coupons visit the new Hip2Save.com

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

combine that list with some coupons and us frugal friends will have a Thanksgiving for cheaper that $20 :)

Anonymous said...

There is a coupon for 2.00 off Butterball turkey when you purchase 5 boxes of stove top and there is also a coupon out for a free box when you buy four boxes of stove top.These were on a tear pad in local grocery stores by the stove top display.

Rhonda said...

Is this promotion going on at every Wal-Mart?

kara said...

butterball is offering a free turkey(mail-in) with purchase of a movie. I think 'UP' movie. I cannot remember where I saw this. Maybe Butterball.com

kara said...

santa buddies is the movie. it's on butterball promotions webpage.

Kathy said...

For anyone near a Bi-Lo they are priced at $.69lb. but will meet the price of their competitiors. So they should meet this price.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for finding this great deal!

Kristin said...

Yes, it is at every Walmart company wide.

Thanks for linking me Collin!

Anonymous said...

WOOOHOOO! Just got back from Walmart and I was just breezing by and saw the freezer full of Jennie-O Turkeys with a big ol' sign that said .40 a #!! Grabbed my cell and called my mother in law to see if she wanted them! There is a limit of 2, and I got 2 over 23#'s each and they were both under $10.00 each. About $9.58 each or so.

Butterball is at .98# and there is a limit of 2 there also.


StoveTop stuffings (Turkey, Chicken, cornbread) at at .78 a box if you want that this holiday :)

Anonymous said...

For those of you near WinCo, last year they had name brand turkeys for .25 a pound! We had a huge turkey for $5! Hoping they will do the same this year!

Stephanie said...

The $.40/lb turkeys are the Jennie O brand turkeys at our local stores. There is a 2 per customer limit, but I got one 25 lb and one 14 lb bird for $14.72 TOTAL!

Lori said...

Thanks so much for posting this! I posted about it on my blog and gave you credit of course. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I know someone that works at our local Walmart and she tipped me off when they put them out Monday night. I ran over and got two. They are already out of them today!

Nicole said...

In the 10/25 RP there was a coupon for .55/1 Sara Lee any bread, bun or roll. Nothing else has a coupon attached to it.... go figure :)

Anonymous said...

The Walmart in Thomson Georgia is totally oblivious about the deal. (not unusual) I only heard the highlights of it and was inquiring about the details

Jennifer Parris said...

Would Target price match this? Archer Farms turkeys are the best!!!

frugalmom5 said...

I live in Shawnee, Oklahoma and customer service just told my dad and I that Oklahoma Wal-Marts are not participating in the $20 turkey dinner. I am soooo mad. How can I dispute this?

kimeve said...

call customer service, if local store claims to not be a part of the 20 dollar thanksgiving.

kimeve said...

Frugalmom5,

The link to the promotion found in the hip to safe post actually does says "Prices and availability may vary in AK, HI, OK, NM, WI and at Walmart.com. " Sorry

Anonymous said...

Was this deal only good on Nov 4th or is it for the entire month of Nov? I live in OH and I was at my local Super Walmart last night, they didn't even have a SPOT for the .40/lb turkeys?! The cheapest turkeys they had were Butterball for .98/lb???

Anonymous said...

Anonymous---I'm in Ohio too (dayton area) and they have the Honeysuckle Whites for $0.60/lb---if you're in Dayton area, the Dayton Mall Walmart and the Moraine Walmart both have them.

BookingAlong said...

I heard that Safeway is offering to beat Walmart's prices and have a similar deal for $10. Anyone know he details?

Anonymous said...

good luck finding this deal. No walmarts in my area have had turkeys for .40c. None of them plan to either. This clearly is NOT at every walmart. Don't count on finding it near you.