Walmart Is Lowering Thanksgiving Prices To Pre-Inflation Levels

The holidays are almost approaching, but with inflation continuing on the increase, this wonderful time of year may be a little taxing on the budget. 

Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the table for a great dinner with those we care about, but that feast may be costly these days. Fortunately, a big retail retailer is discounting typical Thanksgiving dinner goods.  

Walmart revealed that 92 percent of its customers are concerned about how inflation and increasing food prices would affect their Christmas shopping, and the business intends to take action.

Last year, Walmart shoppers saved more over $1 billion on seasonal baskets and Rollbacks, and this season, they will be able to save even more.

Last year, Walmart provided a Thanksgiving feast for the price of 2021 and cut costs on Thanksgiving mainstays like Stove Top Stuffing Mix and Marie Callender's Pumpkin Pie to around $10 apiece. 

This year, the company is erasing inflation once again, but with bigger reductions on two kinds of Thanksgiving dinner alternatives.

Customers may select between meal baskets with supplies to prepare their own Thanksgiving feasts and ready-to-bake foods beginning Nov. 1. 

Walmart hasn't disclosed the whole list of reduced items, but we do know that they include ham, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. You may also get your Thanksgiving turkey for less than $1 per pound.

To make things even easier, you can purchase everything online or via the Walmart app and have your groceries delivered to your door within an hour or picked up at your leisure. 

These discounts are not just accessible during the Thanksgiving season. You may take advantage of these deals until December 26, 2023, to help you save money over the Christmas season. That is something we can all be happy about.  

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