Walmart's Thanksgiving Meal with Trimmings!
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Walmart’s $20 Thanksgiving Meal with Trimmings!

Posted on Saturday, November 14th, 2009 at 1:34 pm
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Can it get any better than this?  Walmart has officially announced their $20 Thanksgiving meal for 8 people. 

Starting today, Walmart will have rollback items on select items, including 12 pound turkeys for $5.  Other turkeys will be on sale for .40 a pound.  Can you say “yesterday’s prices”? 

The total plan for the $20 Thanksgiving meal includes the following:
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

There will be a limit of two turkeys per customer. 

Walmart is also featuring deals on Electronics.  THere ill be a 298 HP notebook available in store and on line.  There are also other cincredible electronic deals on HDTVs, Xbox, and a $148 Sony Blu-Ray Player. 

Walmart wants to avoid the crush that happened last year at one Long Island store on Black Friday, when an employee was trampled by a stampeding crowd.  Like many retailers, they are not waiting for Black Friday this year to jump start the holiday shopping season.  The careful timing and planning means better savings for all, over a period of time. 

And we haven’t even arrived at Black Friday yet.  These are just the sales up until Black Friday. 

Coupon matchups for the Walmart Thanksgiving sale include these:

Stove Top Stuffing Mix
$1/2  exp 1/31/2010 (Winetag)
B4G1 up to $1.63 exp 5/1/2010 Tearpad

Sara Lee Buns
.55/1 (Insert, RP 10/25) Exp 12/11/2009

Our preview of this week’s Sunday insert coupons is here.  Plan all your holiday shoppingwith our lists!

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