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Have a Plan – Having both a Thanksgiving meal plan and budget will keep you from over-spending and over-stressing. Plan early so you don’t make regretful last minute decisions later that could cost you big. Pay close attention to the weekly sales and coupons early.
Clip those Coupons! – After you put together a budget and meal plan you’ll want to clip coupons to save big on all those thanksgiving essentials. Check your grocery store circulars to see what Thanksgiving food items are on sale or buy one get one free. Check your Sunday newspaper inserts for coupons that match the items you need or print from our coupon portal.
Treat your coupons like money and you’ll always save big.
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Don’t Forget the Rebates – After you complete your shopping, hold on to your receipts! You can earn cash back for your purchases with Ibotta and Checkout 51. When shopping online be sure to shop through Ebates to earn a percent back on your online purchases.
Join the Club – The Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club has money-saving party ideas, craft and frugal recipes to help you get through the Thanksgiving Holiday!
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Free Turkeys? – Be on the look out for free turkey promotions at your local grocery stores. Many stores have sales that will include a free turkey if you spend a certain amount or for purchasing specific products.