Shoppers Can Get Free Thanksgiving Dinners Through Walmart
This is just a great story all the way around as we tread through 2020. Walmart has gone from an evil corporate giant to the place so many Americans want to work. We see the millions in pay raises over the last few years and they're giving back to customers this year.
Walmart plans to pay back its loyal consumers this year without any questions asked. Walmart is kind of playing a secret Santa but for Thanksgiving.
I was working on my show when an alert came through regarding free Thanksgiving on Walmart. How does that work? The part that caught my attention was this simple phrase, "No questions asked." People are proud and continue to struggle. Asking for help isn't the first thing on someone's mind so when you see something like this it's important to share.
Walmart announced that customers will be reimbursed for specific Thanksgiving meal items. The Rollback chain is teaming up with some of its major suppliers to give back this year. Butterball, Campbell's, Coca-Cola, and app creator Ibotta, will reimburse shoppers starting now through November 26, 2020. The items include:
- Campbell's condensed cream of mushroom soup (10.5-ounce can)
- 2-liter bottle of Coke.
- Butterball 3-pound turkey roasts or $9.98 cashback on all Butterball whole turkeys.
- Idahoan instant mashed potatoes (8-ounce package)
- McCormick turkey gravy seasoning packet
- French's crispy onions
- Great Value stuffing
- Great Value cranberry sauce
- Great Value frozen green beans
Like with most free opportunities there is an app element to receive your items.
- Download the Ibotta app
- Click on Free Thanksgiving Offer
I love that Idahoan mashed potatoes will go out to everyone across the country as a staple Thanksgiving item. Happy Thanksgiving and take advantage of these items. I was talking to the teams at the Idaho Food Bank who have been giving out boxes of food during the pandemic. She told me that even if you're not in extreme desperation to take the food and spend that money somewhere else. Every penny counts. I hope this helps. The Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls Press has more below.