Ways to Save Money

Want to Save 50% on Your Thanksgiving Dinner? (You Need to Print These 6 Coupons…)

Updated March 20, 2016
by Kyle Taylor
Founder

Man, where did this month go. Can you believe that Thanksgiving is next week??

If you’re in charge of cooking this year, we’ve got you covered. We’re putting together tips all week on how to save money during Thanksgiving week and today we’re sharing the hottest Thanksgiving coupons you can to print to help will the grocery bill.

We’ve done the math and these 6 coupons could help you save 50% or more on Thanksgiving dinner….

1. Save $10 on food at Target

Target is offering a $10 Gift Card when you purchase $50 worth of groceries. There are three ways you can get this coupon:

This coupon is valid through November 22, 2014, and excludes alcohol, baby food, nutrition shakes & bars, pet food, cafe purchases, and Starbucks kiosk items.

Also, remember that a lot of grocery stores (like Publix) accept competitor coupons, so you don’t necessarily have to use this one at Target.

2. Save $3 on Your Turkey with this Coupon

The folks over at Butterball have a pretty awesome coupon this year. They’ll let you save $3 on your Turkey when you buy 3 related items (print coupon here).

It’s a pretty long list that includes vegetables, stuffing, and gravy.

3. Save up to $250 on Betty Crocker Products

Join the Betty Crocker email list here and they’ll instantly send you a ton of freaking coupons that you can use on everything from stuffing to chicken broth.

Because of the high value of these coupons, they’ve limited it to one set of coupons per person. So get your spouse to sign up if you need more coupons. :)

4. Save up to $250 on Pillsbury Products

Same thing here. Give Pillsbury your email address and they’ll send you a bunch of coupons that can help you get nearly free crescent rolls, biscuits, and more….

5. Get a High-Value Coupon on Ham, Cool Whip, Paper Towels & More

The folks over at Coupons.com have put together a pretty good list of high-value coupons you can use this week. I see a coupon for $2 off ham, .25 on a roll of paper towels, $1 off Cool Whip, plus a ton of others. Visit the full list here.

6. Print this Coupon & Make .54 for buying Glade Candles

Want your house to smell nice when the family arrives? Here’s a clever way to get free Glade candles & make .54 cents.

First, print two of these $1.00 coupons and then take them to your local Walmart, where the regular price of a Glade candle is $2.98 each & a package of Glade wax melts are $2.98. You’ll pay $3.96 at the register.

Then, submit your receipt to Checkout 51 for a $0.50 rebate on the candle and a $1.00 rebate on the Wax Melts. Finally, submit the receipt to Ibotta for a $3.00 rebate. The final price? A $0.54 moneymaker! Sweet.

We hope this list helps! Have a great Thanksgiving! 

by Kyle Taylor
Kyle is the founder of ThePennyHoarder.com

Share Your Thoughts

Top Articles