WHEN looking for deals this Thanksgiving, it’s important to read the fine print on exclusive offers so you can maximize your savings.
The piece of advice comes from TikTok user chelsssfarmer, who often shares her couponing journey with her thousands of followers.
What you need to know
If you are shopping at Kroger, you may want to consider downloading the app.
This gives you exclusive access to deals, discounts and digital coupons.
In chelsssfarmer’s case, she found a $3 cash back deal under the savings tab that featured a picture of King’s Hawaiian Rolls and a bottle of wine.
Oftentimes, it’s common for consumers to think to qualify that they need to purchase both items.
However, that’s not necessary if you read the exact offer details.
“Buy one pack of King’s Hawaiian Rolls, get $3 cash back,” chelsssfarmer said while reading the fine print.
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She added, “no wine purchase required.”
Also, keep in mind that the offer is only valid in Georgia and Tennessee until January 28, 2023.
A 12-count of the Hawaiian Rolls costs $4.99, meaning it is brought down to $1 after applying the cash back coupon.
As always, keep in mind that prices can vary by location.
The following three varieties of the rolls qualify for the cash back offer:
- Original sweet
- Honey wheat
- Savory butter
Additionally, chelsssfarmer claimed it would be free if you have another $1 digital coupon to attach.
Other Thanksgiving deals
Meanwhile, the average Thanksgiving feast will cost a total of $64.05 this year, up 20 percent from 2021, according to a survey from the Farm Bureau Federation.
But with demand slowing down in the economy, major retailers are countering by offering some deals.
For example, Kroger announced that it’s offering a $50 meal for 10 people.
It includes the following 11 items:
- Green bean casserole
- Sweet potatoes
- Mac & cheese
- Pumpkin pie
- Mashed potatoes
- Cranberry sauce
It includes the following dozen items:
- A 13-pound frozen turkey
- Pumpkin pie mix – 30 oz
- Two pie crusts
- One gallon of whole milk
- One stalk of celery
- Baby carrots – 16 oz
- Sweet peas – 16 oz
- Fresh cranberries – 12 oz
- Three-pound bag of sweet potatoes
- One pint of heavy whipping cream
- Three boxes of turkey stuffing mix – 18 oz
- Hawaiian Sweet Rolls – 12 count
Even department stores including Target and Walmart have gotten in on the action.
Target is selling six items for $25 to go with your feast.
This includes turkey breast from five to nine pounds, stuffing mix, russet potatoes, corn, gravy and cranberry sauce.
As for Walmart, the retail giant said it will be offering “this year’s Thanksgiving meal at last year’s price” to help those struggling during the holidays.
Each item offered has been price checked to ensure they do not cost more than last year.
Walmart describes its traditional Thanksgiving items as the following: turkey, ham, potatoes and stuffing.
Additionally, Aldi will be selling Thanksgiving staples at 2019 levels.
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