Aldi, Walmart cutting costs for Thanksgiving meals
Walmart and Aldi will be lowering costs for holiday meals this year to help shoppers across the country struggling with rising prices.
In an attempt to combat rising inflation, Aldi and Walmart plan to reduce the price of Thanksgiving and Christmas meal costs Starting November 1, continuing throughout the Holiday season.
Aldi announced Wednesday that the store is reducing prices up to 50% on "over 70 holiday classics" items like gravy, potatoes, green beans, cranberries and pumpkin pie, as well as staples such as butter and flour.
"With inflation still looming, we're providing shoppers extra relief to make the holidays a time for celebration, not stress," said Dave Rinaldo, President of Aldi in a statement.
Price reductions at Aldi will continue until the end of the year.
Walmart is offering two different Thanksgiving meal options this year, one aimed at customers who like to cook from scratch, and one for customers who like convenient, ready-to-bake options. Both options include turkey for under $1 a pound.
Walmart customers can take advantage of the lower prices until December 26.