Walmart declares free Thanksgiving supper for everybody

Through a selective promotion with Walmart, leading mobile prizes platform Ibotta, Campbell’s, Butterball and Coca-Cola have collaborated to launch the Free Thanksgiving Dinner program with an end goal to take care of millions of American families this Thanksgiving.

Ibotta’s 2020 Thanksgiving Survey found that more than 33% of Americans will save on Thanksgiving this year because of fixed financial plans. In any case, in spite of the budget limitations, enthusiasm for Thanksgiving supper remains sky-high.

The Free Thanksgiving Dinner program wants to make a troublesome Christmas season additionally remunerating for families wherever by giving them a delightful supper without the financial burden.

The Walmart-elite things remembered for the Free Thanksgiving Dinner program are:

Campbell’s condensed cream of mushroom soup (10.5-ounce can)
2-liter bottle of Coke
All varieties of Butterball 3-pound turkey roast or $9.98 cash back on all Butterball whole turkeys
McCormick turkey gravy seasoning packet (0.87-ounce package)
French’s crispy onions (2.8-ounce package)
Idahoan instant mashed potatoes (8-ounce package)
Great Value stuffing (6-ounce package)
Great Value cranberry sauce (14-ounce can)
Great Value frozen green beans (12-ounce bag)

Essentially download the Ibotta application or download Ibotta’s internet browser expansion, click on the Free Thanksgiving Dinner offer and shop for your Thanksgiving things at any Walmart or at Once bought, filter your receipt into the Ibotta or connection your Walmart Grocery record to check the buys, and you’ll procure cashback for the whole buy (approx. $20.27).

“Walmart is proud to team up with Ibotta this Thanksgiving to put meals on the tables of thousands of families across the U.S. at a time when they may need it most,” said Sarah Henry, Walmart Sr. Director, Content & Influencer Marketing.

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