Thanksgiving is the biggest feast of the year! And, more than likely, one of the most expensive for many families. That’s why bargain hunters are quick to gobble up any savings they can find on all of the holiday meal’s necessary dishes. Target is helping customers serve up an effortlessly delicious Thanksgiving meal that won’t stretch their budgets.
Now available, Target is offering a Thanksgiving meal that serves four (4) for under $25, online and in-store.
The Thanksgiving meal deal includes the following:
Good & Gather premium basted young turkey (frozen) – 10-lb.
Good & Gather Russet potatoes – 5-lb.
Good & Gather cut green beans – 14.5-oz.
Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup – 10.5-oz.
Ocean Spray jellied cranberry sauce – 14-oz.
Stove Top turkey stuffing mix – 6-oz.
Heinz HomeStyle roasted turkey gravy – 12-oz.
And, if you’re hosting a larger feast, simply double the list to serve eight guests.
Find everything for the $25 feast in one place on Target.com, making it easy to simply “add to cart” and take the guesswork out of planning and prep.
And with Target’s convenient same-day Drive Up and delivery options, customers can have their entire Thanksgiving meal delivered to their trunk in minutes upon arriving in the parking lot or to their home in as soon as one hour.
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For those looking to round out their Thanksgiving meal, Target is also offering a wide range of affordable fixings and activities.
Turkey for less than $1 per pound.
Sides for under $5: With Good & Gather finds from Caesar salad and seasoned sweet potato and vegetables to lemon basil rice and macaroni and cheese, it’s easy to grab a side for your meal at a value price.
Dessert for under $5: Add a little sweetness to the celebration with Favorite Day apple crisp ice cream, pumpkin spice soft sandwich cookies or mini pecan pies.
Adult beverages at $5: Target offers an assortment of adult beverages, including California Roots cabernet sauvignon red wine and chardonnay white wine, at $5.
If you prefer Walmart, they’re also offering a Thanksgiving feast for less than last year.