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Turkey Day

We’re happy to announce that Thanksgiving is pushing through despite the budget deficit deadlock in Congress. But you need not throw away the hard-earned dollars; just enough will do for the family to enjoy a nice get-together feast. We scoured the Internet for some of the best budgeted preparations. So here’s
to life, and here are the tips arranged by dollar allowance.

$80 (for 8 people) Epicurious

With the economy still slumping, a lavish Thanksgiving might not be on the table this year. But we can still—and should—feast. We just have to squeeze our fistful of dollars a little harder. Our menu and six creative and practical tips will help you extract the most from your money and feed eight very, very well.

$50 Scary Mommy

In light of our awesome Thanksgiving help campaign, I’d like you all to share with us your best tips for stretching your food budget. Thanksgiving, for most families, centers around a large, delicious meal and preparing for a feast can add up fast…

$10 (meal box) The Dollar Stretcher

Let’s say you are in charge of creating Thankgiving meal boxes. You have $10 to spend to make each box and they will be sold to low income families (who have kitchen access to cook) so they can enjoy a nice holiday meal and not miss out because they don’t have the funds to put on a big or fancy spread.

$7 EatingWell

Thanksgiving is all about abundance, and we want to keep it that way—without breaking the bank. So we’ve carefully selected this menu of Thanksgiving recipes that are affordable and delicious.

What about you? How do you plan to tame the budget come Thanksgiving? 

Category: Saving Money


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