Walmart Dropping Inflated Prices for Thanksgiving Meals
WZTV - October 23, 2023 6:38 am
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Retail chain Walmart is planning to cut inflation for Thanksgiving meals this holiday season.
Beginning Nov. 1, Walmart will remove inflation to offer a traditional meal on favorite brands of turkey, ham, stuffing, pumpkin pie, and more. Savings will last until Dec. 26.
The store says 92% of their customers have expressed concern about inflation impacting the holidays. Walmart President and CEO John Furner says saving money remains a “top priority” for customers.
“We’re better positioned than ever before to deliver on our purpose, to help customers save money and live better, especially during the most exciting time of the year,” Furner said in a press release. “We’re ready to deliver the omni shopping experience we know our customers want and need; it’s going to be a great holiday season at Walmart.”
Walmart will also offer a Thanksgiving basket including ingredients to make a meal for up to 10 people and will sell at just over $70.
The baskets are available for online orders, pickup and delivery and in-store.
Don’t wait until the last minute to shop because Walmart stores will be closed on Thanksgiving to allow employees time with family on the holiday.