We are grateful for a good deal.
Feeding a crowd at Thanksgiving isn’t always easy. From menu planning to overspending on groceries, a holiday meal can be downright stressful. However, some retail chains and grocery stores are trying to help us save money and time with discounted Thanksgiving items and meal kits.
Lidl, a discount grocery store, is joining others by offering an inexpensive Thanksgiving basket to feed a crowd without costing a fortune.
Lidl's Thanksgiving Dinner Basket
Lidl is helping to make the holidays a little more affordable with its Thanksgiving dinner basket that costs less than $30. The basket serves up to 10 people and will include a turkey and all the traditional sides, such as stuffing, cranberries, and everything needed to bake a pumpkin pie.
"Families can always rely on Lidl for the best deal during the holiday season," said Joel Rampoldt, CEO of Lidl U.S. "We are proud to offer shoppers a delicious Thanksgiving dinner with all the seasonal fixings for less than $30, especially as inflation continues to hit pocketbooks. We hope these savings provide relief so families can come together to give thanks and enjoy their holiday meal.”
The Lidl Thanksgiving basket includes the following:
Frozen Turkey, 13 pounds
Pumpkin Pie Mix, 30 ounces
Pie Crusts, 2 count
Whole Milk, 1 gallon
Celery, 1 stalk
Baby Carrots, 16 ounces
Sweet Peas, 16 ounces
Fresh Cranberries, 12 ounces
Sweet Potatoes, 3 pounds
Heavy Whipping Cream, 1 pint
Turkey Stuffing Mix, 18 ounces
Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, 12 count
You can enjoy this Thanksgiving deal at all Lidl stores starting Nov. 15 (while supplies last). On average, a frozen turkey will cost you about $1.79 per pound this year. Lidl’s Thanksgiving basket includes a turkey at just 49 cents per pound, which is a pretty solid deal.
Plus, when you have a basket full of everything you need for your Thanksgiving meal, you don’t have to worry about doing all the shopping on your own. We are thankful for the discount and the ability to skip the crowds this year!
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