FORT WORTH (CBS 11 NEWS) – Thanksgiving dinner can be stressful, but no matter how many you feed the holiday doesn’t have to break the bank.READ MORE: AMC Theatres To Offer Open Caption Showtimes In More Than 100 U.S. Markets
Let’s talk turkey. This week’s cheapest turkey is at Target. It’s going for 89 cents a pound.
“Their Stovetop stuffing is just a $1.25,” says Dian Farmer of groceryshopforfree.com. “I know a lot of people like to use Stovetop stuffing.”
She says people can save big bucks if they spend a few minutes looking through the sales papers for each store and clip coupons of products they use.
“You want to find the best deal of the product and find a coupon to go with that,” she told CBS 11 News.
This week at Walmart, Swanson’s broth is at 96 cents and with a coupon from this week’s sale paper will cut it down to 88 cents per box.READ MORE: Republicans In Texas Advance New Congressional Map That Would Tighten Their Slipping Grip
“Delmonte veggies are 78 cents, but a coupon from this week makes it 68 cents,” says Farmer.
And what’s Thanksgiving without a green bean casserole? French’s French Fried Onions are $1.42 with a coupon at Walmart. Plus, the quintessential Cranberry sauce is on sale for $1.38.
For more deals, check out Farmer’s website.
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