Walmart, Aldi Cut Prices For Thanksgiving Meals

Walmart and Aldi plan to make Thanksgiving dinner a little cheaper this year.

Both retailers have announced plans to drop the price of Thanksgiving meals starting Nov. 1st, to help customers struggling with inflation.

Walmart says its Thanksgiving meal baskets will be cheaper than they were last year.

Aldi plans to cut prices for over 70 ‘holiday classics’ like potatoes, gravy, cranberries, and pumpkin pie.

How much do you spend on Thanksgiving dinner?  When do you get your turkey?

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