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WALMART has announced it will be offering customers a special Thanksgiving price deal to help families with raising costs.

The retailer said it will be offering “this year’s Thanksgiving meal at last year’s price” to help those struggling during the holidays.

Walmart guarantees that all Thanksgiving products will be offered at last year's prices

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Walmart guarantees that all Thanksgiving products will be offered at last year’s prices

The store said on its website: “Saving money is a top priority for our customers right now, so this year, we’re removing inflation on an entire basket containing traditional Thanksgiving items.

“We made significant investments on top of our everyday low prices so customers can get a traditional Thanksgiving meal at last year’s price at Walmart.”

Walmart describes its traditional Thanksgiving items as the following: turkey, ham, potatoes, and stuffing.

Under this discount, a frozen turkey will go for $13.82 with elbow macaroni and a can of green beans priced at 92 cents and 58 cents respectively.

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But it’s also offering convenience items at these more affordable prices, like ready-to-heat mac and cheese and freshly made pumpkin pie.

All of these items have been price checked to ensure they do not cost more than last year’s offerings.

Walmart lets you choose if you’d like to take advantage of this no-inflation deal through ingredients you’ll whip together from scratch, like onions, carrots, sharp cheddar and pie crusts.

Or you can use the lower price on pre-made products like frozen turkeys, Stovetop stuffing, canned green beans and pumpkin and pecan pies.

For example, Bob Evans’ prepared mac and cheese is available at $3.87 alongside Stovetop stuffing at $2.28.

Walmart has also stated it’s been working with suppliers for months to ensure a strong supply for holiday meats like ham and turkey.

Whole turkeys are already available at the retailer for under $1 per pound.

The store added: “The past couple of years have shown us that how our customers gather during the holidays is changing, with celebrations big and small.

“To best serve our customers all the ways they holiday, we offer an expanded selection of turkey offerings, from traditional whole turkeys of all sizes to bone-in breasts, boneless roasts and smoked turkeys.”

Walmart said the savings for holiday meals runs now through December 26, 2022.

Walmart targets Gen Z customers

According to Walmart’s website, they’ve also changed some product offerings to target an increasingly vital type of shopper in the market.

“We pride ourselves on listening to and learning from our customers, and we are constantly adapting our assortment to meet their preferences,” the website said.

“We also expect that more Gen Z customers will be first-time turkey buyers this year, and our Gen Z customers like having easy, convenient meal options,” the retailer’s statement continued on its site.

To meet those demands, boneless turkey breasts, which are generally easier to cook, as well as ready-to-make sides and prepared desserts will be in high supply at Walmart this year.

Ways to save at Walmart this holiday season

While Walmart boasts lower prices on average compared to other retailers, there are even more ways to save while shopping.

By joining the Walmart Plus and Walmart Rewards program, shoppers will get access to more than $1,000 in Walmart Reward offers on hundreds of items.

These include everything from grocery to household essentials for either online or in-store purchases.

“Our approach this holiday helps make sure customers don’t have to compromise on what matters,” Walmart said in a statement. “We’re keeping prices low and our assortment strong to serve them all season long.”

Other Thanksgiving deals

Bargain retailer Aldi made similar news this year for discounting Thanksgiving staples to 2019 levels as well.

Holiday food items like appetizers, desserts, sides and beverages will be lowered up to 30 percent as part of a Thanksgiving Price Rewind promotion.

The cost of food rose 11.2 percent in September compared to a year ago, according to the consumer price index.

Specifically, food in the food at home category rose 13 percent, so these discounts are happening at the perfect time for shoppers.

BJ’s Wholesale Club is also offering free turkeys to select shoppers.

To qualify, you must have a digital account on BJs.com.

If you spend $150 online or in store through November 10, you will get a digital coupon for a free Butterball whole turkey. 

This deal is of course only while supplies last.

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