Get a FREE Thanksgiving Dinner at Walmart With Ibotta!!2 min read
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Chances are Thanksgiving is going to look very different for many of us this year. Maybe you’re looking at downsizing your gathering due to social distancing. Or perhaps you’re considering eliminating guests altogether because finances are just too tight…
Either way, Ibotta wants to help you put a delicious Thanksgiving dinner on your family table! They’ve teamed up with Walmart and Feeding America to not only give FREE Thanksgiving dinners to all Americans, but they’re also donating to Feeding America to help provide food across their network of food banks and pantries.
Just head to Walmart and purchase the following items:
- Butterball Boneless Turkey Roast
- Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom Soup
- French’s Crispy Onions
- McCormick Gravy
- Great Value Green Beans
- Idahoan Mashed Potatoes
- Great Value Cranberry Sauce
- Great Value Stuffing
- 2-liter of Coke
Then upload your receipt via the Ibotta cash back on groceries app to receive 100% cash back on these items. How awesome is that?!?
Even better? Ibotta just introduced a new browser extension for cash back on online grocery pick-up and delivery orders, which means you can skip shopping in store and just place a Walmart pickup or delivery order for everything. So easy!
All together, this is everything needed to prepare a Thanksgiving meal for a family of 5. And it can all be ready to serve in about 2 hours!
Just make sure to thaw your turkey breast for at least a day ahead of time in the refrigerator. Since it’s already pre-brined, it doesn’t need a lot of extra prep. Just roast it for about 2 hours, and it’s ready to serve. In the meantime, you can make the green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and gravy, and the stuffing.
Might I recommend this 3-ingredient easy green bean casserole recipe? Everything you need to make it is already included in the free Ibotta Thanksgiving bundle. Frozen green beans are a simple substitute in this recipe — you may just have to bake it a little longer. Roughly an hour at 325 degrees (same as the turkey breast) should do it.
The mashed potatoes and gravy take almost no time to prepare, and just require water. So I’d wait to start them until the turkey breast is just about finished. Same with the stuffing, which just requires water and 1/4 cup of butter or margarine.
Slice up the cranberry sauce, pour the Coke, and you’re ready to serve your feast!
So what are you waiting for? Download the Ibotta app or browser extension now to get your FREE Thanksgiving dinner (while supplies last).
All offers are available starting in November, while supplies last. Check your app for details.