If You Shop at Walmart, Here's How You Can Get a Free Thanksgiving Meal

Nov 21, 2020 09:59 PM EST | By Kristine M. (staff@foodworldnews.com)

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Big food brands teamed up with Walmart to roll out free Thanksgiving dinners for their customers amid the pandemic.

The most awaited festivities of the year for many is the Thanksgiving season. It is the time when we can indulge in heart-warming dishes.

However, this year it got even better as Walmart offers free Thanksgiving dinner for their customers. According to Fox Business, Walmart has decided to team up with several brands to provide a free Thanksgiving dinner.

The big brand names include Coca-Cola, Butterball, Campbell's, and Ibotta. The Thanksgiving surprise is a 100% cash-back offer, which is redeemable only via the Ibotta app.

Related reports from USA Today say that Walmart highlighted the said promotion on Instagram. Families can participate until Thanksgiving, November 26.

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This Free Thanksgiving Dinner program is a way to make the already tough holiday season more enjoyable for families everywhere by giving them a delicious meal without any financial burden.

Those who would like to participate, download the Ibotta app or download Ibotta's web browser extension. Click on the "Free Thanksgiving Dinner" offer and follow the succeeding instructions. Shop for your Thanksgiving items at any Walmart or at Walmart.com to get the cashback offers.

Additionally, according to Ibotta, the offer is good only while supplies last. The Walmart-exclusive selections included in the Free Thanksgiving Dinner are the following:

  • Butterball turkey breast roast
  • 0.87 oz. pouch of McCormick gravy
  • 6 oz. of Great Value stuffing mix
  • 8 oz. pouch of Idahoan mashed potatoes
  • 10.5 oz. can of Campbell's condensed cream of mushroom soup
  • 14 oz. of Great Value cranberry sauce
  • 12 oz. or Great Value green beans
  • 2.8 oz. of French's crispy fried onions
  • 2-liter bottle Coca-Cola

Similarly, many local grocery stores and supermarkets also have their Thanksgiving food deals that can score you a free turkey or Thanksgiving dinner.

Read also: McDonald's Employee Reveals How to Score Free Food in Viral TikTok

Acme Market offers a FREE Signature Farms frozen turkey for purchases of $300 or more. Meanwhile, at Safeway, you can receive one FREE Honeysuckle White Frozen Turkey for every purchase amounting to $100 to $149 in a single transaction.

The Thanksgiving season is indeed filled with surprises for everyone. In addition to the Free Thanksgiving Dinner, let us not forget that Black Friday Sale is also just around the corner. A parade of food discounts and other freebies will soon come our way.

Fleet Farm announced that they would be giving away a plush toy to the first 500 customers during its Black Friday sale. Meanwhile, Corner Bakery will be giving away free coffee until December 31. Godiva offers a free 30-piece Goldmark kit when you spend at least $150 at their website from November 25-28.

In addition, Purecane will be offering a 45% discount on all your Black Friday purchases, which run from November 26 to 29. From November 26 until December 2, Outer Aisle will give you 20% off its Sandwich Thins, and Pizza Crusts for every order made through Amazon.

On the other hand, Buffalo Wings offers BOGO boneless wings every Thursday for orders of B-Dubs. Dine-in options are available at all sports bar locations, and take-outs are available at select locations.

Related article: Have a Stress-free Celebration Brought By These Best Thanksgiving Meal Deliveries

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