We’re interrupting our regularly scheduled holiday gift guide series to bring you a reminder of all things frugal: the Festival of Frugality!
And there’s no better time to focus on frugality than just before your spending kicks into high gear with the holiday season upon us. (Don’t worry, we’ll be back tomorrow to continue the gift guide series.) And now:
Festival of Frugality: Thanksgiving Grocery Price Edition
In the spirit of Kate’s Editors pick, 8 Ways to Save Money on Thanksgiving Dinner from Budgeting in the Fun Stuff, the theme of this week’s Festival of Frugality is Thanksgiving grocery prices. Rock bottom Thanksgiving grocery prices.
Since I’m carefully tracking prices in my once a month shopping/cooking adventure, I thought it would be fun to share the lowest prices I bought our Thanksgiving groceries for this year. Check out the prices throughout the festival of frugal articles and let me know if you’re finding something lower!
Holiday Money-Saving Tips
Turkey: $0.58 per pound
- Flexo presents 20+ Christmas Gift Ideas Under $100 posted at Consumerism Commentary.
- Dough Roller presents How to Buy Gift Cards Online at a Big Discount posted at Dough Roller.
- Fanny presents 10 Ways to Save Money on Holiday Shopping posted at Living Richly on a Budget.
- Melissa presents Six Inexpensive Ways to Buy Toys for the Holidays posted at Mom’s Plans.
Chicken Broth: $0.33 for 14 oz
- Peter presents 100 Frugal Gifts You Can Give This Christmas: The Expanded Great Big List of Homemade, Creative and Frugal Gifts posted at Bible Money Matters.
- Marie presents How to Have a Cash Only Christmas – No Credit, No Debt posted at Money Spending Mommy.
Sweet Potatoes: $0.99 for 3 pounds ($0.33 per pound)
- Brian presents Saving on Energy Costs: Simple Ways to Save posted at Wallet Watcher.
- Squirrelers presents My Starbucks Customer Experience: Loopholes and Deals are Fun! posted at Squirrelers.
- FMF presents Six Unusual Ways to Save at Club Stores posted at Free Money Finance.
Russet Potatoes: $1.49 for 10 pounds ($0.15 per pound)
- Beating Broke presents Couponing Doesn’t Need to Be Extreme posted at Beating Broke.
- Sustainable PF presents Like the Latte Factor Only Better posted at Sustainable Personal Finance.
Pumpkin in the can: $0.99 for 15 oz
- SB presents Living Well on Less Than $10,000 a Year: Habits of Skilled Visa Workers posted at One Cent at a Time.
- Kelsey presents Waste Not, Want Not: Part Two posted at Money Mum.
- Pam presents Swap and Save posted at Frugal Living.
Butter: $1.99 for 16 oz
- Paul Vachon presents How to be Healthy and Lower Your Healthcare Costs posted at The Frugal Toad.
- D.J. presents Pack Your Own Lunch and Save Money posted at The Family Wallet.
Cream of Mushroom Soup: $0.59 per can
- Aloysa presents When Not to Go Cheap posted at My Broken Coin.
- Miranda @ Financial Highway presents 45 Ways to Save Money posted at Financial Highway.
- Darwin presents MAJOR Financial Miscalculations We’re All Making posted at Darwin’s Money.
- Money Beagle presents I Saved Three Cents Per Gallon At Speedway And I Have No Idea Why!!!! posted at Money Beagle.
Cranberries: $0.99 for 12 oz
- Evan presents Don’t Assume Your Time Is Worth a Monetary Amount posted at My Journey to Millions.
- Ashley presents Cities Turn Off Street Lights to Save Money posted at Money Talks Coaching.
What are the lowest prices you are finding for Thanksgiving groceries?