Shopping for a Thanksgiving meal can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you’re on a budget. Even in the years of spending Thanksgiving alone, I’ve had a hard time deciding what to make for myself while keeping it all under a certain amount. Between the higher price of turkey and making sure you have your ideal variety of fixings, spending Thanksgiving on a budget isn’t always easy. Fortunately, Lidl supermarkets are here to change that idea with a deal you just can’t beat: Thanksgiving meal for less than $30.
Bringing the savings back another year, Lidl allows customers to put together a traditional Thanksgiving meal that feeds up to 10 people for just under $30. Now, if you think the turkey can’t get into the deal, you might be surprised to learn that a whopping 13-pound bird is also in the deal. Shocked? Don’t worry, I was too!
The German discounter prices each frozen turkey at $0.49 per pound, which is $1.50 less than the national average, giving customers the greatest bang for their buck. Also included in the deal? All the ingredients for a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, including a pumpkin pie mix, two pie crusts, a quart of milk, a celery stick, carrot sticks, sweet peas, fresh cranberries, a 3-pound bag of sweet potatoes, heavy whipping cream, turkey stuffing mix, and Hawaiian Sweet Rolls.
“We are proud to be able to offer shoppers at Lidl a delicious Thanksgiving dinner with all ingredients for less than $30,” said Stefan Schwarz, Lidl US Chief Product Officer. “We hope our low prices give families some financial relief as they get together this holiday season.”
This one terribly sweet Thanksgiving deal is all available through Lidl’s free-to-use loyalty program, myLidl. Currently available at all Lidl stores in the US, the deal – which was valued at more than $53 by the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) – can be purchased until November 24 (the day before Thanksgiving) or until your local store closes on is.
When you’re done grocery shopping for your Thanksgiving performance, be sure to check out this method for the easiest way to cook a turkey. And when Thanksgiving is all said and done, this recipe uses all of your leftovers to make a delicious turkey pot pie. Because who can For real do you say no to that?